Project Manager Offshore
Have you got excellent communication and organizational skills?
Do you love collaborating and solving problems?
Have you managed a subcontract package related to the offshore industry?
If any of the above is you, read on…
Siemens Energy have an exciting new opportunity for a Project Manager offshore for the construction of a number of offshore substations for new Offshore Wind Farm in the UK and internationally.
The PM Offshore manages - with responsibility for results - the offshore part (platform) of Grid Access projects in the context of Grid access stipulations and regulations with the objective of:
· executing the project within the defined requirements (e.g. cost, time, functionality, customer satisfaction)
· ensuring business success and satisfaction of the customer
· ensuring professional stakeholder management
· ensuring timely decisions on open issues, escalating if necessary
As Project Manager Offshore, you will be reporting to the overall Project Director. Your principal role will be the management of subcontract packages ranging from Offshore Platforms, Offshore Containers to Platform Ancillary systems. Furthermore, you will be responsible for the hook up campaign and commissioning of the offshore asset. You should have previously managed a medium sized project preferably in the offshore construction industry and be able to demonstrate your success in delivery but more importantly how you overcame various hurdles. The role will also require heavy interaction with and involvement of lead design engineers as part of the team or as an interface. Apart from engineers, internal stakeholder management will include procurement, quality, health and safety and senior managers. From an external point of view, clients, certification bodies and various marine insuring stakeholders will naturally be an intrinsic element of the project.
Ideally you have an advanced knowledge of Siemens Business Conduct Guidelines (e.g. EHS, Compliance Regulations), Rules and regulations for PM@Siemens
You should have advanced knowledge of internal and international rules (ZRG, AWV, INCOTERMS), Fundamentals of Supply Chain Management, Asset Management, Global Procurement Policy: Rules, structures and processes. Ideally you are aware of Siemens-specific: Knowledge and interrelation of the project environment with e.g. context, strategy, targets, processes, rules, decision-makers and stakeholders, platforms, IT systems and tools.
Pivotal for this role are Leadership methodologies e.g. for personnel management and development, team development, motivation, conflict management.
You should have a track record of Knowledge of economics in project business: Established procedures for monitoring and control of financial aspects of project (e.g. project costing and reviewing).
Your knowledge of project management tools enables you to use the PM methods concerning efficient project organization including roles and responsibilities, duties and collaboration (also with customers and partners)
Siemens look for these to be long term staff positions with a promising career opportunity in Project Management or other options within the business or within Siemens itself.
The role is predominantly Manchester based however as project life goes, there is an expectation of extensive amount of travel. During the construction period of the project which may be from 9 to 12 months, for example, it will not be unusual for you to be at the construction site (possibly overseas) for 3-4 days weekly.
Job ID: 93238
Organisation: Energy Management
Experience Level: not defined
Job Type: Full-time