A U.S. Energy Recovery Project Manager is a team player with an awareness of the technical needs of facility interior and exterior lighting strategies and lighting controls system integration and programming. This role requires the employee to be responsible for the accuracy of the scope of work, the schedule and budget of all assigned projects and tasks.
A successful Project Manager shall act as the lead in order to accomplish objectives on multiple projects within various phases, from estimating to project planning to project completion.
He or she shall accomplish this through diligent planning, evaluation of risks, taking on and/or delegating project tasks and activities, and ultimately closing the project with a happy customer, happy subcontractor, within schedule and under budget.
• Minimum of high school diploma
• Minimum of (2) years industry experience
• Preferred four-year degree in Project Management, Mechanical, HVAC, or Electrical/Electronic studies. Other technical experience such as military, on the job training programs, level/length of experience, etc. may meet this requirement as determined by management
• Be able to lift and carry ladders, boxes, drawings, personal computers, briefcase, materials, etc.
• Be able to safely and comfortably work at heights via aerial lift equipment, scaffolding, etc.
• Be able to spend significant time standing and walking indoors and outdoors, within commercial, industrial, retail, office, parking and construction site settings.
• Be able to climb flights of stairs or ladders throughout a typical day in the field.
• Be physically able to kneel, stoop and/or crawl.
• Maintain a satisfactory driving record.
• Must be able to pass a drug test and criminal background check
• Typical travel ranges from 0 - 60% of the workweek but can and will fluctuate as new business is developed.
Majority of travel will be within the state and would not require overnight stays. However, travel can and will occasionally include overnight stays in surrounding states in addition to regional travel.
Travel will be based on the current workload of the project manager and of overall project management team.