The Site Manager works in an interdisciplinary project team in the automotive industry and will be responsible for the onshore electrical installation team. The candidate may work in with similar technologies with other industries like Industry logistic.
Tasks include temporary project-relevant leadership of internal and external site team members and the role as the Project Manager's chief functional support person during the course of projects.
This position takes care for the realization of customer specifications and will be monitoring compliance with these standards during installation implementation.
The Site Manager also bears a shared responsibility for compliance with relevant installation project budget targets as well as EHS (Environment, Health and Safety).
Installation and labor budgeting based on experience and site activity overview
Installation Planning & Controlling, task completion and documentation
Coordination of manpower resources in the project in alignment with the project management - Temporary technical team leadership for installation including safety relevant aspects
Shared responsibility for the installation and material project budget
Installation Customer Management which involves the customer in decision-making processes and keeps the `project manager regularly informed about the site progress
Develops additional business opportunities out of the current project based on contract and change management
The candidate would support during the offer phase with budgeting and scope description based on the customer specifications.
Risk & Opportunity Management where the candidate identifies and evaluates all possibilities to improve the results of the current project. This includes proactive participation in identification processes of possibilities to improve the business opportunities together with the avoidance of risks in the project execution
Claim Management in support of the project manager for identifying site claims based on schedule and contractual obligations.
Hands on proficiency with Automotive customers/suppliers of 5-8 years in planning, organizing, delivering and completing responsibilities as listed above in a project-based work site.
Working knowledge of Electrical Site Management (schedule, progress evaluation, manpower planning, etc.) is required.
Management skills including Team Development, Motivation including Safety Management
Installation experience of knowledge of Body shops, Conveyors, Storage and Retrieval systems (including :Technologies, Processes, Procedures, Regulation) with automobile producer or supplier.
Industrial safety regulations: knowledge of area-specific industrial safety and regulations with respect to the project-specific implementation
Familiarity with developing a Site Safety plan
MS-Office Applications: Excel, Word, MS-Project
Product knowledge of Siemens hardware
Eplan and CAD drawing reading analysis, Revision capabilities (red lines) for engineering department.
Mechanical knowledge is a plus.
Must be eligible to work in the U.S. without the current or future need of sponsorship.
Qualified Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States.
Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now or in the future for employment in the United States.
Individual must possess a valid Driver’s license in good standing
Willingness to work a flexible schedule (nights and weekends, as needed)
Education: High school diploma required; Associate degree or equivalent from two-year college or vocational school
Organization: Digital Industries
Company: Siemens Industry, Inc.
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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