Business Unit: Service Distributed Generation and Oil & Gas
Requisition Number: 243965
Primary Location: United States-Pennsylvania-Horsham
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Mid level
Education Required Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: 30%
As the Field Service Project Manager (“FSM”) you will support the Sub-Regional Director to ensure efficient management of project Field Service resources. The position has capacity to significantly drive business results through safe, high quality, timely delivery of service that generates high customer and employee satisfaction. This demanding role requires commitment and flexibility to support a 24/7 service model. In addition, you will be responsible for employing salesforce.com and other data to aid determining Field Service loading forecast and dynamically “right sizing” the Field Service organization headcount, competence and training to meet current and future business needs.
- Field Service Management
- Directs Activities of Sub-Region Admin/Coordinator
- Support Branch Manager and Project Manager to provide complete project resourcing, contract review and implementation.
- Conduct process and site audits for compliance.
- Plans and implements appropriate training for resources
- Assist with Bundled/Complex Projects
- Assist with obtaining bids, reviewing specs and SOW
- Attends Bid Meetings as needed to support PM’s and Sales efforts
- Assist with the development risk assessments.
- Assists with the development and maintenance of processes.
- Monitors and records FSRW documentation ensures the documentation.
- Prepares Regional Monthly FS Reports including accomplishments, challenges & opportunities, and key initiatives.
- Compile necessary data and provide accurate field services hours forecast.
- Coordinate excess availability with Service Center requirements
- Craft Labor – Directs day to day activities of Resource Manager
- Union Relations
- Responsible to ensure the hiring of field crews as required for the region and / or location.
- Ensures proper Dispatch of Labor & Tooling, PM Training, MS Project Training, PM Certification
- Implement and monitor all EHS policies and procedures to drive the safest working environment.
- Direct and monitor quality policies and procedures to drive highest quality in all deliverables and field service projects.
- Other task and activities directed by the regional management
- Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent years of experience
- 10 years of experience in field service and related business
- 5 years within a project management leading role
- 2-3 years of team management up to 20 team members
- Strong forecasting and analysis capabilities within field service environment
- Strong business relations within internal/external client groups
- Knowledge of union organization and procedures
- Strong communications skills at all levels
- Proficient in Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, Power Point)
- Microsoft Project/Scheduling Capability
- Lean manufacturing/Six Sigma Certifications
- EHS qualifications (OSHA 30, etc.)
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.
Siemens Gas and Power (GP) is a global pacesetter in energy, helping customers to meet the evolving demands of today’s industries and societies. GP comprises broad competencies across the entire energy value chain and offers a uniquely comprehensive portfolio for utilities, independent power producers, transmission system operators and the oil and gas industry. Products, solutions and services address the extraction, processing and the transport of oil and gas as well as power generation in central and distributed thermal power plants and power transmission in grids. With global headquarters in Houston in the U.S. and more than 64,000 employees in over 80 countries, Siemens Gas and Power has a presence across the globe and is a leading innovator for the energy systems of today and tomorrow, as it has been for more than 150 years.