The Productivity Manager III will be responsible for driving outage productivity through technology improvement, schedule optimization, logistics, vendors, project management, productivity metrics, and early adoption of best practices at the site level.
The Service Manager plans, prepares, and manages projects from beginning to end in order to maximize productivity and meet customer requirements. Review revenue pacing and billing and approve supplier invoices.
The Project Controls Advisor will develop project control programs for cost and schedule analysis and tracking. Serve as advisor to assigned project managers, TFAs, and other site representatives to achieve on-time and on-budget goals.
The Region Productivity Specialist will drive cost out targets across the assigned projects including but not limited to contractual and transactional portfolios, by partnering with Service Managers and GE Ops team.
The HR Manager will develop and deliver on a challenging agenda with key areas of focus to include timely resolution of employee relations matters, the development and implementation of company policies and procedures, compliance, working time regulations, contracts management, talent development, coaching, performance, compensation management, and labor relations strategies.
The Resource Operations Director I will integrate and develop processes that meet resource needs across the segment, manage complex issues, be involved in long - term planning, and contribute to the overall business strategy.
Responsible for reviewing plant engineering documents and P & ID's, troubleshooting of plant systems and equipment, planning, organizing, integrating and direction of resources such as labor, tools and materials as required to complete the work scope according to contractual requirements.