OGE Energy Corp Project Manager Staff in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Project Manager Staff
Manages the design and construction of generation, transmission, substation, and distribution projects to ensure adherence to budget, schedule, and scope. Performs project management activities including managing project budgets, creating and maintaining project schedules, managing project scopes, managing project risks, monitoring and tracking projects, and reporting project status. Ensures project safety, compliance with the AFE policy, and effective communications and coordination with customers, key stakeholders, and management.
Responsible for the oversight of design, construction, and commissioning of small to moderate projects. Typically manage projects up to $2M with lower complexity and risk (A projects). Lower complexity projects could include quality/reliability issues to customers, some financial risk, some self-perform/oversight required, some siting and land acquisition, minimal environmental/regulatory permitting, and/or multiple configuration changes. Projects typically involve 1-2 disciplines or asset types (e.g. distribution, transmission, substation, controls, communication, boiler, turbine, etc.).
Ensures compliance with AFE policy. Provide input and feedback for funding, financial analysis, and reporting status on each project.
May develop project management plans that include project scope verification, project schedules, timelines, milestones, budget estimates, cash flows, work breakdown structures, and resource requirements.
Develops timetables and priorities for the execution of all design and construction activities of the project.
Coordinates various OG&E and contractor activities to complete projects on time and within budget.
Collaborates with project management, planning, land management, design, construction, operations, resource coordination, and supply chain personnel.
Ensures resource requirements are organized to facilitate efficient utilization and capacity planning.
Evaluates need for contract assistance.
Ensures complete and timely project closeout including after-action reviews to achieve continuous improvement.
May assist project manager on large projects.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, or Construction Management combined with Two (2) years' Project Manager experience. or
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, or Construction Management combined with Three (3) years of related experience (e.g., Project Management, Utility Engineering, Utility Construction, or Utility Operations). or
Associate's Degree in Construction Management, Engineering Technology or other related technical degree combined with Six (6) years of related experience (e.g., Project Management, Utility Engineering, Utility Construction, or Utility Operations). or
High school diploma or GED equivalent combined with Eight (8) years of related experience (e.g., Project Management, Utility Engineering, Utility Construction, or Utility Operations).
Valid State Driver's License.
Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Demonstrated commitment to IIF (Incident and Injury Free) workplace.
Demonstrated leadership skills including ability to influence others and achieve measurable results.
Demonstrated ability to interact effectively and professionally with customers, team members, and leaders.
Demonstrated strong verbal, written, and negotiation skills.
Demonstrated desire to meet and exceed customer expectations.
Demonstrated ability to oversee, plan, coordinate, track, and complete small to moderate size projects meeting desired project outcomes within specified time and budget constraints.
Demonstrated ability to apply Project Management Standard Operating Procedures (SOP's).
Demonstrated organizational, prioritization, and time management skills with ability to meet deadlines.
Demonstrated excellent problem solving and decision making skills.
Knowledge of OG&E electrical system (generation, transmission, substation, distribution including design, construction, maintenance, and operations.
Computer skills with ability to use application software including SAP, CCS, CRTS, ArcFM, and MS Office Suite.
Ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple prots.
Office environment including computer work.
Outdoor work environment requiring ability to traverse rough terrain, be exposed to inclement weather, and wear PPE.
Required to work non-standard (evenings & weekend) hours to accommodate customers and extensive hours to meet deadlines.
Required to travel to Company offices and work sites including overnight trips.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States