Project Manager II - Process Automation & Controls
Lendlease corporation
West Point
5d ago

Job Summary The Project Manager II - Process Automation & Controls is responsible for the leading design of process automation and controls systems for pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Will drive design of innovative automation solutions in order to meet construction project objectives with respect to contracting, scheduling, estimating, bidding and contract administration functions.

The Project Manager II - IC is capable of simultaneously managing multiple less complex projects, or portions of one single large scale project.

Essential Job Functions, Duties and Responsibilities The following statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position.

They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required of personnel so classified.

Maintains a robust understanding of safety requirements for all aspects of the site, including pre-planning, monitoring of construction activities and site conditions, and taking corrective actions to non-compliant work.

Driving the Lendlease EHS initiatives on a daily basis with the trades / subcontractors. May instruct others on projects or assignments, without management responsibility for Lendlease employees.

Applies strong logic to identify the best approach and methodology. Diagnoses core issues and identifies a range of potential solutions, selecting the most appropriate course of action given the scenario.

Applies technical expertise to build credibility and shares best practice and key project learnings to ensure continual improvement in Lendlease capability.

Ensures that the Lendlease values are clearly explained to all employees including safety, sustainability and diversity, so that there is clarity regarding expectations.

Assists in establishing the design management process across the project. Understands the impact of current design-related issues on the overall project plan.

Understands the business drivers for accurate and timely documentation and takes personal responsibility for delivering this.

Manages contracts in accordance with the specific terms and conditions specified. Identifies and assesses commercial outcomes and executes to provide profitable results.

Understands and applies Lendlease commercial policy and leads resolution of potential contractual risk exposure. Understands the importance of timely and accurate project and business reporting, and ensures that all documentation required by Lendlease, stakeholders and the project team is available and correct.

Takes personal accountability for project governance. Takes personal accountability for raising any concerns relating to compliance implications for the team or project.

Ensures key stakeholders are adequately briefed and engaged, and regularly updates them on progress and issues. Delivers to quality expectations by understanding their own and others’ deliverables, consistently monitoring and testing quality of work in progress.

Adjusts priorities and approach in response to changing drivers to ensure on time, cost effective and high quality delivery.

Translates head contract provisions into specific project subcontractor and supplier contracts. Understands the cost interdependencies of the project and how best to manage these e.

g. attendance costs for contractors, financial implication of overlapping work. Quickly identifies and manages financial risks and opportunities, including variations against budget and forecast.

Has detailed awareness of the terms of any client / subcontractor contract and is able to assess and identify the risks associated with a contract.

Identifies shared objectives and uses this understanding to create common objectives with operational customers and stakeholders.

General Background and Minimum Requirements 4-year degree in an accredited industry-related curriculum, or experience equivalent to a 4-year degree Three to five years’ experience as Project Manager or at least Ten years industry related experience, specifically in the Life Science, Pharma or Biotech industry Demonstrated proficiency in estimating, scheduling, budgeting / cost control, field supervision, financial reporting and client relationships Prior success managing safety and insurance risks Demonstrated success in the simultaneous management of multiple small scale construction projects or single individual construction projects Generally understands the essential job functions, duties and responsibilities of other operational positions Proficient in computer applications and software such as MS Office and construction scheduling programs as used by the company Ability to safely navigate conditions present at a construction site, including climbing ladders, cluttered areas, working in bad weather, hazardous areas, dark conditions, and maneuvering uneven surfaces etc.

for the purpose of inspecting progress Key Capability Listing Conveys thoughts and information, both verbal and written, in a clear, concise manner.

Uses multiple platforms for communication and demonstrates a range of interpersonal skills and approaches, knowing when to use what with whom.

Commands attention and relates well to all individuals, internally and externally. Builds relationships based on trust and respect.

Remains productive and positive in the face of challenges and pressure. Demonstrates a continuous improvement mindset with a focus on enhancing outcomes and efficiencies.

Engages with new processes and practices and takes advantage of emerging technologies, systems and initiatives. Learns from experience and setbacks, looks for ways to do things better’ and capitalises on the opportunities offered by change and new approaches.

Balances customer service, technical excellence and commercial imperatives to reliably deliver quality outcomes, first time, to agreed timeframes, and within agreed budget.

Delivers to commitments and consistently produces high quality work, in line with project goals / specifications. Lendlease is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

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