CONTRACT: 6+ Months
Assists in managing medium to large scale projects in Connecticut, Massachusetts or New Hampshire
Manages smaller scale projects of nominal complexity or assists in supporting specific project management responsibilities of a medium to large complex project.
When assigned projects:
Manages all phases of projects (planning, executing, controlling and close out using stand templates and project management processes.
Secures approval for permits and licenses, budgets, materials, contractors and other resources for assigned projects
Using standard formats, monitors and reports out on project management metrics concerning quality technical specifications, reliability, schedule and budget.
Plans work to ensure optimal integration and coordination of both internal and external resources and the timely delivery of material and equipment.
Determines project assignments, timetables and responsibilities of project team members.
Maintains and monitors project progress via reporting of schedule milestones, and changes, cost and resource adjustments.
Provides clear concise and comprehensive project status reports, and ensures that all aspects of the project are documented and completed in accordance with company policies and all regulations and laws.
When assigned segments or task of a medium to large project:
Manages assigned segments or task of a medium to large project as directed by the Project Manager/Project Director
Communicates and provides clear, concise and comprehensive status reports on assigned tasks or project segments to the Project Manager as required.
Requires preliminary knowledge in the theoretical and practical application of project management technique and tools including project management software.
Requires preliminary knowledge of design and construction of electric transmission and distribution facilities and equipment.
Effective written and oral communication skills
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering (preferred); Business, related discipline or equivalent experience
Zero to three years of experience
Preferred one (1) year in electric utility construction or project management experience
Licenses & Certifications:
Valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s License required
Must be available to work emergency restoration assignment as required.
Must be available to travel between MA/CT/NH as necessary.
Work is performed primarily in an office environment which requires sitting, standing and general movement throughout the office area.
Limited travel will be required between office, project sites, and stakeholder locations.
Work will require visiting field construction sites including high voltage substations and utility Rights-of-Way.
Attends to problems in off-hours and for extended periods, if necessary.
Work involves calculating, comparing, technical writing, editing, planning, evaluating, interpreting, organizing, consulting, analyzing, designing, documenting, specifying, coordinating, implementing and presenting.
This role works in an environment that often requires the performance of multiple simultaneous activities, where deadlines need to be met and work is performed under pressure while involving significant business commitments and results.
Demonstrates self-assurance in one’s ideas, judgments and capabilities and takes clear timely action as required.