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Project Manager (PMP)

Location: Mount Pleasant, Pennsylvania, United States
Job ID: US54383051
Date Posted: Feb 27, 2024
Segment: Green Energy & Mobility
Business Unit: Hitachi Energy
Profession (Job Category): Project/Program Management
Job Type (Experience Level): Experienced
Job Schedule: Full time
Remote: No

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General information: Hitachi Energy is seeking a Project Manager (PMP) for its Mount Pleasant, PA location. This role is responsible to ensure contract and risk management activities are timely and accurately executed protecting PGHV-C&F's interests throughout project(s) lifecycle, especially in regards to, but not limited, to terms and conditions review and negotiation, main risks and opportunities identification and management, variations claim strategy and contract closure; leading, developing and supporting also major strategic variations and claims in full coordination with project teams, Legal and Contract Management, always in accordance with relevant PG directives, processes and the PGHV-C&F Contract Management Instruction. Responsibilities: Ensure the portfolio of contracts (Owner/Customer, Consortium and Major Subcontracts) in the business, and follow contract and claim management methodologies in accordance with the PGHV-C&F Contract Management Instruction. Review and comment on commercial and technical tender terms and requirements, and the overall execution strategy considering risk, pricing, scope, and schedule. Participate and support PGHV-C&F throughout contract life cycle: proposal, formation, administration, and closeout. Ensure timely and accurate execution of commercial aspects in portfolio of contracts (i.e. claims, variation orders, warranties, provisions, guarantees, etc.). Managing claims, developing claim strategies, preparing notifications/correspondence and related documentation (amendments, change orders, and other contract related documents). Enforce and defend PGHV-C&F's contractual interests throughout the project's lifecycle, including monitoring and assessment of changes and deviations in accordance with contract requirements and the PGHV-C&F Contract Management Instruction. In cooperation with Legal, develop negotiation strategies, support negotiations, and handle formal dispute resolution (mediation, litigation, arbitration, or others). Notify and liaise with Legal to report major claims and keep them updated on any critical developments during project execution. Preparation of risks and opportunities analysis/presentations, kick-off meetings, strategy papers, definition of overall project claim strategies, etc. Leading contract and claims negotiations and settlements together with project management and Legal where appropriate. General advice and support to project management, site management, procurement/supply department and other project team members in the execution of customer contracts, consortium agreements, subcontracts/supply contracts to secure PGHV-C&F's contractual rights and entitlements. Working with Legal and Supply Chain/Subcontracts to define customer contract flow downs to subcontracts, supply contracts and consortium agreements. Support and participation in weekly and monthly project status meetings with project team, customers, subcontractors, and suppliers. Coaching project team members in commercial awareness, contract and claims management topics. Maintaining claims logs and preparing monthly reporting on overall additional costs and claim status for sites under execution. The company will not consider any applicant based in Colorado and this job may not be performed from Colorado. Your background: Bachelor's degree and at least 8 years or more experience in EPC power generation, substations, converter stations, grid integration, offshore/onshore wind, transmission, or similar industrial plant Contract Management functions (w/ emphasis on civil and electrical installations desired), processes and management/administration of varying sizes and types of contractual agreements. Candidate must already have a work authorization that would permit them to work for Hitachi Energy in the United States. Juris Doctor / law degree beneficial, but not required. Solid experience in change request preparation, commercial correspondence, claim management and contract-related legal issues and the possible effects in the relevant areas of responsibility regarding proposal stage and/or project execution. Ability to interface with the customer and subcontractors regarding all matters related to contracts and projects including those related to the review and process of changes. Commercial acumen, skilled negotiator with a proactive approach to problem solving. Excellent leadership and interpersonal skills. Great attention to detail. Highly professional and able to work with minimal supervision. Results oriented. Able to work cooperatively across all levels delivering on commitments. Ability to work within internationally staffed teams and with international contractual partners.Ability to work effectively under pressure, meet deadlines, and adjust to changing priorities. Willingness to potentially work at or visit project sites. High degree of inter-cultural sensitivity and integrity. Systematic and structured work style. Ability to read, write, speak, and negotiate in English.

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