The Balance of Plant group is a regional based business unit under the Service Operations Support division in North America. The teams focus is to lead and coordinate all activities both with internal or external resources to deliver all contractual responsibilities under the BOP contracts. BOP contracts include operations and maintenance of the wind farms’ HV substation equipment, NERC compliance activities, and infrastructure maintenance. This is a project manager role instrumental to ensure all BOP activities and compliance requirements are executed in a timely manner and meet internal and external customer expectations.
· Support all Balance of Plant (BOP) and compliance activities in support of the BOP & Compliance Project manager by maintaining a master Balance of Plant schedule.
· Work in support of the Balance of Plant Project Manager to schedule and monitor BOP tasks on a day to day basis.
· Define project scope, goals, and deliverables that support the project initiative in collaboration with BOP team and additional stakeholders.
· Liaise with project stakeholders on an ongoing basis.
· Manage schedules from conception of planned work, execution and completion while providing updates throughout the life of each project.
· Gather quotes from contractors, timelines and other requirements.
· Provide regular updates to team and SGRE management, on work performed, schedule, budget, and overall status.
· Monitor project performance and advise of deviations from schedule, communicate potential risks and opportunities to improve schedule timeline to meet deadlines.
· Gather NERC compliance evidence from each BOP NERC registered site to meet compliance requirements and communicate areas of concern.
· Be self-motivated, able to think quickly and address problems as they arise.
· Ability to multi-task.
· Drive a high-performance culture through strong leadership, and effective team management using varied resources across multiple geographical departmental, and organizational silos.
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
· 2 - 5 years of successful experience in project management, planning or execution of projects.
· Bachelor’s degree (Engineering (Electrical, Industrial preferred), Project Management, other).
· Experience with Substation and High Voltage equipment a plus
· Team skills and ability to collaboratively work with peers across all levels of the business both local and international.
· A passion for key performance metrics, using them to communicate status and demonstrate improvements.
· Ability to analyze and resolve problems independently and efficiently.
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Low to moderate travel.
· Project budgeting, scheduling, risk analysis, etc.
· MS Office & products (Excel, Word, Outlook, Projects & Visio)
· Subcontractor and vendor management
· PMP Cert. preferred or equivalent experience
Organization: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
Company: Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Inc.
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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