Project Manager I
Generation utility projects
The PM would work in tandem with another PM to focus ensuring RFI’s and PREQ’s.
Project Managers spend the majority of time managing, coordinating and/or supporting activities related to the execution of major company projects.
Project Managers accomplish work through matrixed employees/teams/vendors who are not direct reports but for whom the incumbent has direct accountability to lead and achieve project objectives.
Project Managers coordinate activities, resources, equipment, and information necessary for project completion, maintaining project plans, reports, and technical documents, and serving as a point of contact for the project team ensuring effective communication and team coordination.
Project managers lead planning, monitoring, and management of internal projects including complex, multi-year initiatives within and across OUs such as Finance, Regulatory, HR, Engineering, Transmission & Distribution, Legal, Customer Support, and Administrative Services as well as construction projects, infrastructure investment, and new facilities from initiation through completion.
They lead development of project, resource, and staffing plans, secure required resources, track and report on progress, troubleshoot issues and ensure project results meet requirements regarding technical quality, reliability, schedule, cost and regulatory requirements.
They monitor performance and recommend schedule changes, cost adjustments or resource additions including determining how changes will impact status, budget and timeline.
Bachelor Degree in applicable profession, business, or technical discipline or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Work Experiences (Years):
Typically possess five years of project management and/or project support experience.