Requisition # 2019-9810 Department PPPL Facilities Category Facilities Management and Physical Plant Full-Time / Part-Time Full-Time Application Deadline
The Princeton University Plasma Physics Laboratory, a world-leading fusion energy research center under contract with the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE), invites applications for a Facilities Project Manager. The Project Manager (PM) is responsible for the overall direction, coordination, implementation, execution, control, and completion of facility infrastructure projects, ensuring consistency with organizational strategy, commitments, and goals. This includes acquiring resources and coordinating the efforts of team members and third-party resources in order to deliver projects according to plan. The PM is expected to frequently engage with end user(s), PPPL, and DOE stakeholders to ensure timely and accurate awareness of project status and performance. The PM manages the full life cycle of assigned projects and assures that these projects are completed in accordance with PPPL and DOE policies, programs and procedures. The PM will provide expertise associated with their technical field to the Facilities and Site Services department contributing to departmental planning and daily operations.
The Project Manager will be a key participant in developing project scope in addition to the cost and schedule baseline in accordance with PPPL design standards and industry standards.
Ensure Laboratory ES&H policies and procedures are followed and implemented.
Ensure Laboratory quality assurance and reliability requirements are met.
Ensure project deliverables are being met on cost, schedule and with particular attention that the technical scope meets its objectives.
Coordinate staff within the project to ensure the goals are met.
Communicate accurate and reliable project status and performance issues to internal stakeholders.
Achieve the project key performance parameters within targeted baseline completion schedules and total project costs.
Identifies project issues and adverse trends and develops/implements timely and effective recovery plan(s) when needed.
Manage and direct procurements, subcontracts, services, and other financial obligations necessary for completion of the Project.
Identify and pro-actively manage project risks and develop cost and schedule contingency estimates and update the relevant stakeholders.
Provide input on project documentation and on developing and maintaining contractor project documentation.
Oversees project closeout including turnover to end user/operations and disposition of documents, records and materials/equipment.
Conducts evaluations and documents lessons learned that can be applied to future PPPL projects.
Develop and maintain a supportive work environment.
Provides technical expertise associated with departmental planning and daily operations.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (any discipline).
Minimum 5 years relevant experience.
Strong foundation in project management principles and techniques; and principles of contract management.
Demonstrated ability in cost estimating, tracking and scheduling techniques for capital projects.
Use of strong oral and written communication, presentation and facilitation skills required.
Demonstrated supervisory skills.
Licensed Professional Engineer.
Relevant experience managing government projects and contracts.
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Eligible for Overtime
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