1230 River Bend Drive Suite 215 Allentown, PA | Exempt Contract
50% -- in office at PA
50% -- in the field, wearing hard hat
Right now, they are projecting through the end of this year. Based on workload as we get closer to the 4th quarter, may extend it another 3 months or so.
Responsible for ensuring that all construction requirements and intelligence are integrated into the conceptual design throughout the development phase of a project. He / she will be responsible for performing the initial constructability review which will include the creation of the preliminary construction work outage sequence (CWOS) and site risk identification and mitigation. Must be a team player capable of working with management, project managers, engineering, project controls and contractors. Must be capable of coordinating and influencing a wide range of functional organizational leads and subject matter experts through the development phase to accomplish the goals and objectives of the organization. Must be goal oriented, action-focused, pragmatic and self-disciplined.
Research, analyze, and understand the scope of work for transmission line and substation projects and develop a preliminary constructability assessment and execution strategy for inclusion into conceptual design.
Develop a preliminary CWOS and identify any potential outage restrictions that may affect execution.
Identify potential risks to execution and develop a mitigation plan to reduce or eliminate the risks.
Work with other client EU functional groups such as Siting / Permitting, Right of Way, Environmental and Transmission and Distribution Operations to identify and incorporate requirements in the project.
Participate in field walk downs, design reviews and site access / environmental reviews.
Provides regular project status reports to the Manager and Project Manager of Development.
Sets priorities to ensure task completion and coordinates work activities with other team members to ensure delivery dates are met.
Minimum of 5 years of transmission line and substation experience.
Experience with outage planning, construction planning and electric utilities equipment and processes.
Organizational skills, communication and people skills required. The ability to communicate with internal and external customers.
Required to submit to a background check in order to be NERC CIP cleared.