PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
Responsible and accountable for overall project performance for projects including major transmission, substation, distribution, and gas construction, new technology programs, information technology and organizational initiatives.
2 Ensures project costs, schedule and scope are managed, including the development of recovery plans, to stay within approved limits.
3 Interface with external and internal stakeholders to coordinate project requirements.
4 Primary communicator with the sponsor and key stakeholders on project issues, including executive level and interdepartmental presentations.
5 Ensures a good working relationship between the project team, line managers, and interfacing organizations.
6 Coaches and leads team members to ensure completion of assigned tasks.
7 Identify and obtain project team resources.
8 Ensures project team members understand their respective responsibilities.
For construction project management: Bachelor's degree in
engineering or related field and 5 - 8 years relevant project
management or related experience, OR High School Diploma
and 9 – 12 years of relevant project management or related
For non-construction project management: Bachelor's
degree in business, engineering, or related field and 5 - 8
years relevant project management or related experience,
OR High School Diploma and 9 – 12 years of relevant project
management or related experience
Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) orachieve CAPM within two years of job entry (PMP certification will fulfill this requirement)
Demonstrated and documented success at managing projects
Ability to work independently and as a team leader including
the ability to handle conflicting priorities in a multi task
Demonstrated strong independent judgment skills
Demonstrated strong interpersonal and time management
Valid driver's license and access to an automobile
Master's degree in engineering (or advanced technical degree) or Business Administration
Project Management Professional (PMP)certification or Professional Engineer License
Experience or knowledge of the specific functional area or discipline (e.g., Utility design/planning/construction or Information Technology experience)
The Project Manager is an individual contributor accountable for project budgets, team performance and developing strategic plans to implement projects for various organizations. Responsibilities also include managing scope, budget and schedule within approved parameters and providing structured and detailed reports to the appropriate Management team. Tasks may include but are not limited to, ensuring the completion of business cases, budgetary approvals, project scheduling, requirements engineering, design and engineering tasks, vegetation management reviews, project reporting, project financial analysis, major equipment procurement, environmental analysis, obtaining real estate and relationship management with external customers, vendors, townships and regulatory agencies, project quality assurance, and change management. Interacts routinely with key internal and external stakeholders including senior management, the Utility's largest customers, and governmental and regulatory officials.