Massachusetts, United States of America
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Posting Start Date:
November 5, 2022
What's the role -
Shell's Powering Progress strategy includes developing renewable energy generation to unlock value and anchor integrated energy basins.
Mayflower Wind is a flagship project in renewable generation and as one of the first offshore wind projects to be developed in the US.
Mayflower Offshore Wind is a 50:50 partnership between Shell New Energies US LLC and Ocean Winds. The joint-venture (JV) company was formed to co-develop a lease area on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf. The lease area (OCS-A-0521) is located south of Cape Cod, Nantucket, and Martha's Vineyard.
Scope of Job:
The Cables Package Manager is responsible for delivery of either the InterArray Cable package or the Export Cable package for the Mayflower Wind SouthCoast Project. The Package Manager will manage the time, budget, scope, quality, risk, interfaces, safety and resources within the package. The Cables package scope will be >$50MM and the package is a key interface that puts it on critical path at various times for the overall Mayflower Wind SouthCoast Project (Mega project sized).
During the delivery phase, the Package Manager will be responsible for the design, procurement, and delivery of fully commissioned and documented Cable package for the Project. He/she will oversee the design, manufacturing and implementation. There is currently a package manager overseeing both the export cables and inter array cables. Based on suitability of candidates, this successful candidate will take over one of the packages and the current package manager will shift to manage the other.
Direct and manage work coordination within the package team members on a day-to-day basis.
Ensure that change request and interfaces coordination with other packages are handled properly.
Hand-over package to customer and close-down of all package activities.
Responsible for the cable package design
Lead the design team and ensure that the design is carried out in compliance with the company best practice, cross portfolio strategy, good industry practices, applicable codes and standards.
Responsible for the execution of the feed design of the cable package.
Responsible for the design interfaces.
Develop the design basis to ensure certification of the cable package.
Scope Management: Collect requirements, define scope and define work-breakdown-structure for the package.
Human Resource Management: Ensure that the individual project members possess the competences and experience to perform their job effectively and supply relevant training if required. Ensure that the members of the package groups are given the necessary basic knowledge (area of responsibility, hourly budget, quality requirements, time schedule, etc.) and have the necessary tools, procedures and project material from similar projects available that enables them to do their work. Responsible for good team cooperation and a high spirit.
Time Management: Manage overall package time schedule, including key milestones. Detailed planning of activities and develop schedule. Continuously ensure that package is progressing in accordance with schedule.
Cost Management: Document CAPEX and OPEX budget for package. Continuously control of package budget.
Risk Management: Help ensure HAZID/HAZOP and risk assessments are carried out to identify risk and mitigation actions are plan accordingly.
Procurement: Support preparation & evaluate of RFIs, tenders, contract negotiations/signing, etc., in cooperation with the Procurement Team.
HSSE: Work with HSE Manager, Site Managers, employees and contractors to perform work within safety management plan, proactively contribute to updating the safety management plan as required.
Quality management: Works with the Quality Manager to develop quality management plan for package. Ensure that both team members and contractors comply with the QM-plan and ensure that specifications are met both on products and processes. Collect lessons learnt and ensure implementation of department best practices and company standards. Review of key-deliveries from package groups. Ensure that expert knowledge and peer reviews are used to the extent necessary. Ensure compliance with internal quality standards for project execution.
Skills & Requirements
What we need from you -
Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis.
Recommended 5 years of relevant work experience within wind and/or other high voltage, transmission electrical cables or transmission sectors.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering; Electrical Engineer, Power Engineering, Master's Degree or other advanced degree desired.
Project Practitioner or PMP Certification is a plus.
Knowledge of cost control philosophy and methodologies, estimating, change management, and document controls procedures required.
Knowledge of the interconnection process and a desire to continue to learn as tariffs and RTOs change procedures.
Advanced knowledge of MS Project application, Visio, MS Access, Word, Excel, SharePoint and PowerPoint.
Extensive experience with budgets/scheduling, risk evaluation is a plus.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple primes and subcontractor RFPs and relationships simultaneously.
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple people from all types of fields of expertise.
Outstanding interpersonal oral and written communication skills required.
Outstanding presentation skills.
Ability to work in a multi-cultural context.
High energy, self-motivated, client focused individual.
Good analytical skills.
Creative and innovative.
Ability to travel every month to contractor or parent offices for 3-5 days at a time and to various manufacturing, construction, and operating electrical generation and transmission sites on a regular basis.
75% of time is spent in the office environment, utilizing computers (frequent use of various Microsoft software/programs), phones, and general office equipment. 25% of time is spent outside of the office visiting subsuppliers and project stakeholders. At least monthly travel to project site(s) is required.
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