The Project Manager (PM) in New York West (NYW) will be responsible, in this area, for implementing the CAPEX for Preventive Maintenance, some of the actions for Reactive Maintenance (above $50,000 or more than 4 weeks of time reaction) and New Investments in the buildings.The PM will be the person in charge for any work done under its responsibilities. This role will be managed through Projects.This position will lead the projects in New York West, and this PM will be in constant contact with the Supervisor/Manager (Operations Area) of NYW in order to organize the Preventive and Reactive Action. The PM will also be responsible to measure and control the metrics and KPIs defined by the Analytics (Support Area) for this role in NYW.
Reports to the Manager of Projects.
Analyze, defines, proposes, coordinates, develops and controls replacements for Preventive Maintenance
Analyzes, defines, coordinates and control any repair needed for Reactive Maintenance action under his duties
Defines, coordinates and controls any work needed for moves.
Control any change in the buildings in its Area (NYW)
Coordinate all the actions needed in the buildings with the Supervisor of NYW
Estimate and propose the annual budget for Projects Area of Building Asset Management Department in NYW.
Leads direct reports and project team members on projects to accomplish day to day goals and provide expertise and immediacy of decision making. As required, secures necessary resources (internal and/or external) to complete the assigned project.
Control of the Scope, Financial and Schedule of the projects
Leads the Procurement processes
Implements the Official Standards of the Department in any of his projects.
Implements the Environmental and Health & Safety Policies in all his projects.
Skills and Requirements
Education & Experience Required :
Technical Bachelor's degree with three (3) years relevant experience required; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Minimum of three (3) years of experience in program or project management.
Experience as a team member or team lead role on at least two (2) major projects or programs.
Commitment. Ability to follow through and meet project deadlines and achieve the goals.
Ability to work per objectives
Presentation and communication skills.
Customer service skills.
Flexibility and adaptation. Ability to drive and sustain change
Ability to perform global benchmarking, estimate budgets and make cost benefits analyses.
Technical skills. Ability to understand technical problems of the facilities and global knowledge to find solutions.
Emotionally intelligent. Ability to deal with people, guiding them to a goal.
Team player. Ability to work as a member of a team.
Develop Self & Others
Empower to grow
Collaborate and Share
Be a role model
Focus to achieve results
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