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Energy Northwest Information Services Project Manager I/Lead/Coordinator - 6935 in Richland, Washington

Job Title

Information Services Project Manager I/Lead/Coordinator

Job ID

6935

Location

Energy Northwest

Full/Part Time

Full-Time

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Regular/Temporary

Regular

General Summary

GENERAL SUMMARY

This position is responsible for professional level planning and coordinating medium scale projects with some supervision and in compliance with EN procedures and standard processes. Maintains detailed documentation in an organized manner and provides periodic status updates as defined. Maintains a broad knowledge base of new developments and technology. Monitors processes and projects and recommends changes to improve operating efficiency. Establishes priorities within projects and maintains a general knowledge of all aspects of the projects within responsible scope. Directs the activities of the project teams. Manages project budgets. Coordinates with other project and line managers.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

Managing – Establishes contracts, procurements and coordinates activities using established Energy Northwest policies, procedures and practices. Coordinates the completion and close out of identified deliverables. Interfaces and coordinates with the project team and EN stakeholders.

Leading – Motivates the project team by establishing and communicating a common vision. Provides leadership through the application of established Energy Northwest leadership techniques.

Developing – Given a concept for a project, establishes the project problem statement, vision, and mission statement. Through a participative process develops strategies to achieve the project mission. Planning – Establishes an implementation plan and obtains approval from impacted groups to signify support for the plan.

Scheduling – Assures resource loaded project schedules are developed and maintained. Assures proper progress and focus through frequent interface with functional managers and supervision.

Evaluating – Establishes methods and processes to monitor and communicate project progress, and uses these indicators to pinpoint areas that require additional attention. Performs intermediate and post project reviews to identify lessons learned and uses this information to achieve continuous improvement for both internal and external organizations.

Controlling – Conducts periodic project reviews which compare current project status to the project plan. When a deviation occurs the PM I establishes and implements corrective actions.

Project Manager

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a technology or business discipline and 5 years of progressively increasing responsibility in a professional environment, which includes at least 1 years of project management/program oversight experience OR at least 1 year of budget management OR 1 year in a technical position

OR

An Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university and 7 years of progressively increasing responsibility in a professional environment, which includes at least 2 years of project management/program oversight experience AND at least 2 years of budget management AND 2 years in a technical position

OR

In lieu of degree, 10 years of progressively increasing responsibility in a professional environment, which includes at least 3 years of project management/program oversight experience AND at least 3 years of budget management AND 2 years in a technical position

A high school diploma or GED is required.

DESIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Work experience in the role of project manager/project coordinator in the commercial nuclear industry environment, focused on maintenance, operations, or construction.

  • PMI Project Management Professional Certification highly desired.

Project Lead

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a technology or business discipline and 5 years of progressively increasing responsibility in a professional environment, which includes at least 1 years of project management/program oversight experience OR at least 1 year of budget management OR 1 year in a technical position

OR

an Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university and 7 years of progressively increasing responsibility in a professional environment, which includes at least 2 years of project management/program oversight experience AND at least 2 years of budget management AND 2 years in a technical position

OR

in lieu of degree, 10 years of progressively increasing responsibility in a professional environment, which includes at least 3 years of project management/program oversight experience AND at least 3 years of budget management AND 2 years in a technical position

A high school diploma or GED is required.

DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

  • Work experience in the role of project manager/project coordinator in the commercial nuclear industry environment, focused on maintenance, operations, or construction.

  • PMI Project Management Professional Certification highly desired.

Project Coordinator

Requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a technology or business discipline and at least one year of responsibility in a professional environment

OR

Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university and three years of progressively increasing responsibility in a professional environment, which includes two years of project management/program oversight, budget responsibility, or a technical position

OR

High School Diploma/GED and five years of experience in a professional environment, which includes three years of project management/program oversight, budget responsibility, or a technical position

DESIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Project Management Institute (PMI) Project Certification (PMP or CAPM) highly desired.

BENEFITS

We offer relocation assistance and substantial benefits which include medical, dental, vision and disability insurances and 4 weeks of personal time. We have three retirement programs available including a matching 401k and the Washington State Pension Plan. An at-risk compensation program and other voluntary benefits include flexible spending accounts, tuition reimbursement, credit monitoring, and identity theft coverage.

Salary Range

Project Manager I Salary: $103,123 minimum to $128,904 midpoint

Project Lead Salary: $89,665 minimum to $112,081 midpoint

Project Coordinator Salary: $77,963 minimum to $97,454 midpoint

Typically, selected candidates are hired at a salary rate between the minimum and midpoint of the range, based on applicable experience and qualifications, market rate, internal equity, and budgetary allowances.

Equal Employment Opportunity

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate due to race, color, age, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, national origin, veteran status or on the basis of disability.

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