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Project Manager

Position Summary

Working within the NCI Project Management Department and reporting to the Director of Project Management the Project Manager is responsible for full life cycle project management for a variety of customers.  The Project Manager ensures project scope is established and resources are properly allocated so that complete customer satisfaction is achieved and project deliverables are met within budget in a timely manner.

 

Essential Functions

  • Identify project stakeholders and determine their needs and expectations
  • Coordination of all project management activities on assigned projects with focus on managing schedule, budget, and risks and their mitigations
  • Plans, schedules, conducts, and coordinates assigned project work; monitors work to ensure on-time release and delivery
  • Cost accounting, Risk/Opportunity management
  • Requires extensive regular contact with assigned project Clients and equipment vendors
  • Participating in Client/Contractor meetings and resolving project management issues
  • Ensures project documentation is complete, current, and stored appropriately
  • Ensures effective communication and coordination of project requirements pertaining to assigned projects between all Nikkiso disciplines and all other project participants
  • Generate project schedules, project budgets,  statement of works, and customer status reports
  • Generate project status updates monthly and manage day-to-day project communication to clients
  • Implementing and tracking project budgets and schedules
  • Creates and executes project work plans and revises as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements
  • Effectively applies NCI methodology and enforces project standards
  • Creates and executes project work plans
  • Communicates with customers and internal team, revising work plans  to meet changing needs and/or requirements

 

Knowledge and Critical Skills/Expertise

  • Must possess exceptional communication and presentation skills
  • Advanced knowledge of project management standards and best practices
  • Data management skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Experience with performance management and ability to evaluate situations quickly and accurately
  • Skilled in motivating fellow team members to excel
  • Experience resolving conflicts and promoting  organizational effectiveness
  • problem solving
  • Change management experience
  • Customer relations management
  • Negotiation skills

 

Work Environmental and Physical Demands

In order to perform the duties of this job, the employee may be required to stand, walk, sit, reach with hands and arms, climb or balance, stoop or kneel, talk and hear, and use fingers and hands to feel objects, tools or controls

Overtime may be necessary as the workload dictates. This may include week days, weekends, nights and/or holidays

Job will generally be performed in an office environment, but may require travel to a Client's office, production facility or industrial/construction job site.  Conditions will vary at each location, but the conditions listed above will generally apply

Travel between the NCI facility locations as required.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the employer will provide reasonable accommodations to meet the work environmental and physical demands listed above.

 

Experience and Education

  • 2-5 years’ of relevant experience is required
  • Bachelor’s degree is preferred
  • PMP certification is preferred
  • Experience with Microsoft Project and Crystal Reports is preferred
  • Equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be accepted

 

The knowledge, skills and abilities listed above are typically acquired through the levels of education and experience listed.  An equivalent combination of education and/or experience that provides an applicant with the listed knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the essential duties and responsibilities of the job, may be accepted. 

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