Georgia-Pacific is searching for a Capital Projects Manager to join the Dry End Center of Excellence team. This role will lead and manage the development and execution of large (>$20 million) capital projects within converting for the Tissue, Towel, Napkin and Dixie product streams.
The Georgia-Pacific Projects and Engineering Team consists of individuals across the United States working with our 22 continuous manufacturing facilities on capital project execution. We are engineers, project managers, subject matter experts, and designers focused on the completion of capital projects that deliver on the project bets while meeting or exceeding industry results for schedule and cost. We partner with our mills as one team, one vision, one result.
This is a remote based role that will support the southeast region, with up to 50% travel.
What You Will Do In Your Role
Develop and execute capital projects with full responsibility for managing scope, schedule, and estimates while applying judgment, initiative, economic and critical thinking skills
Develop and evaluate alternatives that provide the best long-term value creation solution, coordinating with the Facility, Business, Engineering, Sourcing and Legal teams
Coordinate comprehensive project execution plan, including but not limited to design, activities for partners, risk mitigation, budget and schedule planning
Partner with procurement and sourcing teams to align on project strategies for equipment, construction contracting strategies, including bidding, cost evaluation, selection, and award
Manage third parties including but not limited to outside consultants, contractors, and technical resources
Communicate with operating departments, capability groups, maintenance and engineering to determine opportunities to add value to the facility/company and recommend/implement solutions
Manage the execution of checkout and start-up activities and lead post completion project audits
Apply effective project controls in capital execution, including estimating, scheduling, cost engineering, forecasting, management of change (Including proper use of challenge process) and reporting
The Experience You Will Bring
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering with 7+ years of project management experience OR in lieu of a degree, 10+ years of project management experience
Project or operations work experience in the paper converting, food and beverage or a consumer products industry
Experience with executing large capital projects over $10 million (single or multiple projects)
What Will Put You Ahead
Process controls with material handling experience
Experience working in the pulp and paper industry
Salary and Benefits Commensurate with Experience. Equal Opportunity Employer. Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.