Prepare and actively participate as operational lead in internal project review meetings. Depending on size and scope of project, this job duty may be performed in collaboration with a Project Director.
Prepares and present formal and informal presentations to clients, project team and groups outside the company in an interactive format or lecture style. Comfortable with longer presentations on complex topics to larger audiences.
Accountable for project profitability. Monitors, interprets and communicates project budget. Understands budget to actual variations for project phases, makes recommendations and adjustments. Ability to model out budget scenarios for stakeholders. Understands the economics of financial decisions across the portfolio within the client and its impact to CDW.
Work with other senior Water and Environment Business Unit (WEBU) Managers, Marketing, and Business Development Leaders to initiate, identify and support project pursuits and assist in project execution.
Manage all phases of the program(s) from conceptualization through completion, including acquisition, planning, and managing technical performance to ensure quality, business, and financial objectives are attained.
Leads the team to prepare for Phase Gate and other Go/No-Go decisions by executive leadership, ensuring that decisions are informed by a balanced and clearly articulated representation of the relevant data.
This position is responsible for overseeing and coordinating the operational aspects of one or more project(s) and serves as a liaison between project management and the project team, planning, engineering, line management, and the customer on issues such as operational and scheduling concerns.