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Construction Manager

The Construction Manager (CM)has overall accountability for the management and administration of construction contracts in the achievement of both functional goals and project success.  The CM applies functional knowledge and skills throughout the project to achieve these goals.  The CM has the primary accountability to ensure that construction of facilities meet EH&S, quality, and business requirements. Key Responsibilities: Champion the use of construction safety best practices with a particular focus on contractor EH&S. Lead the Construction Management staff on a particular project, including visible, proactive leadership in all matters related to safety. Serve as part of the Project Steering Team. Develop a Construction Management plan to identify construction resource needs for a specific project.  Ensure that the budget reflects the plan and work with the Project Manager if discrepancies arise.  Work with the Construction/ Engineering Leader to resolve any resources gaps related to Construction. Provide the Construction expertise in the Front End Loading (FEL) of a project.  Minimize Construction costs through proper planning, technology application and constructability techniques. Provide input to the Contract Labor Strategy.  Administer the Construction contracts.  Understand and utilize the Global Construction Cost Tracking System (GCCTS).  Understand and utilize the Construction Work Process discipline.  Utilize the Construction networks. Assist in the development of effective construction integrated schedules. Ensure that Construction schedules are met or that discrepancies are communicated in a timely manner. Minimize start-up and operability issues through the use of Quality Plans. Coach and mentor less experienced Construction personnel. Intervene in unsafe behaviors at all levels and across all business and functional boundaries. Accountable for reporting EH&S performance, functional performance and administration to the Engineering Leader.  Critical Success Factors: A passion for driving outstanding EH&S performance and developing a zero-incident culture. Participate and facilitate site construction safety programs and site walks. Excellent working knowledge of global work processes and functional work process discipline. Effective interpersonal and communication skills. Competent in conflict resolution. In depth knowledge of internal and external standards and practices. The level of competencies, the size of the project and the degree of complexity differentiates the job level. Qualifications Required Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Construction Management or a technical discipline  6 years Construction Management experience on capital projects and FEL A minimum requirement for this U.S. based position is the ability to work legally in the United States.  No visa sponsorship/support is available for this position, including for any type of U.S. permanent residency (green card) process. Preferred Qualifications: Experience in the petro/chemical industry Job Number: 1811613
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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