Senior Project Manager

Albireo Energy   •  

Crofton, MD

Industry: Energy & Utilities


11 - 15 years

Posted 46 days ago


A key member of the Albireo team, the Senior Project Manager will be responsible for providing execution for complex controls projects for key accounts, to include:

  • Working with owners, contractors, and other suppliers including, but not limited to, lighting, HVAC, access security, electri cal switchgear, and other developing building technologies.
  • Updating decision makers at high-profile customers, often using these projects as energy
  • services or integration “show pieces” throughout their organization
  • Developing Sub-Contractor scope of work documentation on items such as electrical subs during installation of product
  • Coordination with internal and external resources with the ordering and tracking of materials and sub-contractors
  • Manage As-Built documentation throughout project lifecycle. Coordinate final Turnover Package to Owner to include, Design documentations, System Backup, Recover and General Use Training, Warranty and Service Department turnover.
  • Responsible for all Project Related and Customer Required Documentation, to include at a minimum; Submittals, RFI’s, Schedule, Safety Compliance, Commissioning and/or Validation
  • Developing detailed project schedules and reporting status on items such as status of equipment and points databases as a source to overall system
  • Responsibility for Monthly Invoicing and Project Forecasting to senior management on high visibility projects
  • Working with internal resources for Materials Specification, Ordering, Tracking and Installation support


  • Minimum of 10 years Construction Project Management.
  • Strong computer skills required.
  • Understanding of new and retro fit construction.
  • Systems knowledge and keeping up to date with trends in building automation.
  • Ability to interpret design documentation.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products to include Project
  • Effective communication skills both written and verbal.