Assist in definition of project scope and objectives involving all relevant stakeholders and ensuring technical feasibility.
Develop a detailed project plan to monitor and track progress.
Coordinate (either directly or via the customer) the involvement of any necessary outside agencies. This involvement would include receipt of any necessary document approvals, coordination of on-site inspection visits, etc.
Monitor and report status of project from inception to shipment. Additionally, any delays shall be reported to the Engineering Manager, regardless of what department they may involve.
Coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for flawless execution of projects.
Assist Engineering Manager with special projects including Engineering process improvements, customer design services, etc.
Manage changes to project scope, project schedule and project costs using appropriate verification techniques.
This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive, and the employee will also perform other reasonably related business duties as assigned by immediate supervisor and other management, as required. Staffing of positions to be determined by Company, as requirements warrant.
As a SPVG employee, you are required to understand the ISO system and the elements that affect your job.
Must have knowledge of Microsoft Project, PC-based word processing, spreadsheet, and vessel calculation software.
Effective use of IFS company-wide computer is also required.
Should have basic understanding of shop equipment and machinery capabilities.
2+ years manufacturing floor experience
Highly skilled with Microsoft excel
Must be very proficient working with computers
2+ years post graduate degree in Industrial Engineering or similar field
Ability to manage a schedule to ensure critical path activities are moving forward
Time management and organization to handle multiple tasks at once.
Welding: Should have a basic understanding of the welding processes utilized at SPVG. This would include application of processes, process characteristics, ability to weld proposed designs, and representation of necessary welds with weld symbols.
Materials: Must have solid knowledge of materials utilized at SPVG.
Fabrication: A fundamental knowledge of SPVG's fabrication methods is required. Basic capabilities and limitations of shop equipment should be utilized to determine to most effective means of product fabrication.
Code Requirements: Continued emphasis shall be placed on the development of ASME Section VIII-1 Code knowledge. From this fundamental base, the Project Manager must be able to accurately interpret and comply with a wide variety of customer and outside agency specifications.