The Project Manager is responsible for managing, coordinating, and administering the pipeline and/or facilities projects from the conceptual stages through planning, procurement, construction, start-up, performance testing, initial operations, and prime contract close-out. Project Manager will supervise the development of budgets and schedules, manage performance, report progress, and initiate action to assure program/project objectives and schedules are met and work is performed within budget and according to specifications.
Primary Job Function:
- Effectively plan, schedule, and manage large scale projects to meet customer’s needs and expectations, and ensure the target profit levels are met for the project.
- Define and communicate roles, responsibilities and authorities to project team members/partners and the customer to ensure project completion in a safe manner, within budget, on schedule, and in conformance with the appropriate standards, specifications and applicable regulatory requirements.
- Monitor all contractual commitments to ensure that all work is being performed in accordance with the specifications, drawings and terms of the contract, that a trend program is in place, that change orders and claims are processed in a timely manner.
- Approve bid tabulations for commitments on all major purchase orders, contracts, and sub-contracts, and approves critical changes to these documents in accordance with Strike procedures.
- Review invoices and applications for payment to assure accuracy of tabulations, accuracy of completion percentage, and recommend approval or disapproval.
- Conduct meetings with client to provide project status updates which can include, but not limited to, projected crew work schedules, revisions to scope (change control form) and schedule.
- Conduct internal company meetings to coordinate project administration, ROW issues, survey, permitting, engineering, material availability, construction activity and resolve project problems.
- Ensure construction activities are performed safely and effectively according to Strike’s EHS Policy.
- Monitor the material delivery effort to assure proper material order is met in regards to contract commitments.
- Ensure the following documents are completed with proper review: plans, permits, schedule, change control forms, weekly and monthly projection reports, project status reports and any other applicable documentation.
- Complete all items required to close out project and organize project post-job reviews to ensure that all Strike documents are complete.
- Minimum 3+ years of pipeline project management experience including project scoping and estimating, cost and schedule control, design and construction management, team building, resource planning, procurement, and permitting.
- Field experience in the construction of pipelines, compressor and pump stations, production facilities, measurement stations, and other upstream oil and gas facilities is desirable.
- Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or Engineering preferred.
- Proficient in Microsoft Project, Excel, Word, Outlook.
- Demonstrates flexibility to effectively deal with changing priorities and timelines through analytical problem-solving.
- Proven time management and follow-through skills with the ability to work on multiple tasks with tight deadlines.
- Works both independently and in a collaborative team-oriented environment.
- Displays superior written and oral communication skills and employs effective listening skills.
- Displays tactful, mature and professional demeanor with well developed interpersonal skills including the ability to work with diverse personnel.
- Requires willingness relocate for project demands and travel frequently.
- Complies with Strike’s policies and procedures.
- Complies with Strike’s Drug & Alcohol Policy maintaining favorable drug testing results throughout employment.
- Performs job safely with respect to others, property and individual safety.
- Works effectively with others to encourage teamwork and productivity.
- Eligible to work in the United States.
Strike is an equal opportunity employer
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