The project engineer is responsible for organizing and executing all the activities that will deliverthe project as defined in the scope and budget request. This includes design, construction/installation, commissioning, startup, and documentation activities. Further, this role provides the detailed technical documents for material and equipment procurement, fabrication and construction/installation. It will also encompass scheduling the project work, order the materials from company-approved suppliers, track timing and cost, manage the construction/installation group, and communicate project updates. Other Responsibilities include:
- Exercise 10,000% compliance to all environmental, safety, and business practices
- Understand and utilize the MBM Guiding Principles and Decision Making Framework
- Use Economic thinking and Cost-Value-Price triangle when evaluating equipment/vendors/contractors.
- Ensure projects adhere to standard company practices and expectations through all aspects ofproject life
- Form a complete project team as each project requires (including resources for accounting, receiving, construction, engineering, startup and training, process technical and operations)
- Develop projects by working individually or with a team to finalize scopes, estimates, and justification support for projects
- Ensure that projects have well defined scope and objectives up front.
- Manage multiple projects simultaneously
- Drive projects through all phases including startup and performance
- Insure that projects have been vetted with the Design for Reliability philosophy.
- Participate as needed and assigned on Reliability efforts
- Ensure that projects are installed in accordance with established schedule.
- Ensure that projects are installed within expected funding.
- Ensure that project spending projections and accruals are accurate within +/-10% overall.
- Ensure that all training is completed and documented prior to commercial operation Insure that all spare parts are on site prior to commercial operation of the project.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Civil Engineering
- At least five years' of mechanical project management experience that must include scope development, bidding/purchase, and installation/setup of heavy industrial and manufacturing equipment
- 7 + years’ mechanical project management experience in a manufacturing environment
- Large capital project management experience with budgets up to $ 5 million
- Experience in the paper industry