Project Manager III – Electrical
The Area Manager (AM) – Electrical will report to the ADP Terminal Project Manager. The position’s scope includes all ADP projects within assigned functional area (Electrical Power and Lighting). In general, the Area Manager’s focus for the Program Team is to work with a Design-Build and field Inspection teams to deliver the respective program functional area within schedule and within budget. This includes coordinating logistics issues, change management issues, schedule issues, technical issues, and various stakeholder issues. This role requires coordination primarily with the Design-Build and Inspection teams, but also the various groups with interests in the functional area including airport operations, 3rd-party stakeholders, maintenance personnel, subcontractors, commissioning teams, activation teams, and subject matter experts. The role requires technical knowledge, ability to manage scope, schedule and budget, a diplomatic demeanor, and a proactive approach to problem solving. Duties include, but are not limited to:
- Be familiar with scope and schedule for all projects occurring within the AM’s area of responsibility that are slated for construction within next four to six years.
- Understand Validated Project Definition Document, Owner Design and Construction Standards, Project Performance Specifications, and the related plans and specifications issued by the Design Build Team.
- Identify areas of potential conflict between scopes of work and facilitate coordination sessions between individual project participants. Similarly, identify areas of potential gaps and/or overlaps of work and make recommendations concerning opportunities for more efficient (less disruptive) packaging and/or procurement of the work.
- In conjunction with Subject Matter Experts and Inspectors, identify scope elements that are not within standards (PDD, D&C Standards, Performance Specs), and alert Project Manager and others as may be appropriate.
- Proactively look for logistics issues, quality issues, scope issues, and other issues that, if not resolved, will impede progress of the field work of the respective area. Proactively collaborate with teams in the Area to find solutions to issues and provide recommendations.
- Participate in Change Management of the elements related to AM respective area. Provide recommendations to Project Manager related to merit of requested changes and follow-up with necessary change management documentation.
- Participate in schedule evaluation related to AM respective area.
- Provide recommendations to Project Manager related to schedule and validity of potential schedule as well as be knowledgeable about current ongoing progress.
- Attend weekly project meetings run by the individual Project
- Managers or Inspectors throughout the life of the program.
- Meet regularly with stakeholders (Operations, Tenants, etc.) to inform them of upcoming work and get input from them on potential impacts.
- Work with utility shut-down expert and engineering technical support and make recommendations for timing of utility shutdowns. Draft Disruption Advisory Notices and Impact Statements.
- Act as responsible party to ensure that all construction in existing operating utility rooms is coordinated with maintenance staff and stakeholders.
- Maintain and update appropriate tracking and record keeping tools.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture, construction management or equivalent experience
- Minimum 10 years of experience in design and/or construction of large infrastructure projects.
- Minimum of five years of experience with electrical power / lighting systems and dry utilities.
- Must have field work experience on minimum of one operating airport.
- Must be able to work under pressure on high-profile complicated assignments.