Substation Construction Manager

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Boston, MA

Industry: Energy / Utilities

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5 - 7 years

Posted 273 days ago

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Construction Manager - Substation

?                    $100,000-$130,000

?                    10%-15% annual Bonus

?                    Potential for more based on metrics

?                    Potential sign-on bonus

?                    Relocation policy is replaced by sign-on bonus

Responsible for a wide range of key aspects important to department leadership, compliance and improvement through planning, facilitation, communications, project management and other task specific activities that impact and contribute to the success of all parts of Project Management and Complex Construction. Work closely and collaboratively with VP of function, department directors, and stakeholders across the business as appropriate to execute tasks and projects. 

 

Position Responsibilities (including but not limited to):

?      Develop a detailed construction plan that involves planned outages, construction phases, construction steps, material, and equipment requirements, lay down areas, and overall time schedule with final ready for load dates that align with the project plan.

?      Review of Project construction drawings and provide details or corrections as they apply from Engineering design standards and EOPs.

?      Translate business objectives into clearly defined work plans to support achievement of PM&CC goals

?      In partnership with project managers, materials management, control centers, project estimators, and resource planners, monitor and control allocated human and material resources, maintaining financial and progress forecasting to ensure projects are delivered according to schedule and within budget. Ensure resource availability.

?      Translate functional policy into processes and procedures that drive greater efficiencies for National Grid and ensure compliance with Safety, Health, and Environmental regulatory standards/ legislation/governance. Understand collective bargaining agreements that could impact work plan delivery.

?      Challenge existing ways of working and continuously seek ways to do things better to drive greater efficiencies within assigned area.

Knowledge & ExperienceRequired:

?                    A Bachelor?s degree, preferably in an engineering or business disciplines and/or significant relevant project management, engineering and constructionexperience in utility construction and operations.

?                    5+ years?experience with demonstrated ability to manage / integrate the project related work and ability to provide direction, the appropriate structure and effective resourcing to enable the team to deliver high performance.

?                    In-depth knowledge and deep operational experience in the utility business and demonstrates deep understanding of the issues impacting the energy industry sector.

Strong demonstrated skills in the following areas:

?                    Written and oral communications, including developing and executing communications through various mediums including verbal presentations, emails, PowerPoint, conference calls, and other appropriate methods

?                    Organization and management of multiple tasks/priorities to deliver high results

?                    Foster a collaborative environment focused on achieving outcomes

?                    Build and design appropriate solutions/approaches based on customer needs to result in an optimal solution

?                    Experience of managing relationships and project teams with PMCC employees, National Grid stakeholders, contractors and members of the public.

?                    Displays commitment to safe and productive work environment through consistent actions, beliefs and personal conduct.     

 

$120K - $156K