Requisition # 2017-7996 Department PPPL NSTX Category Project Management Date Posted 3 weeks ago Full-Time / Part-Time Full-Time Application Deadline
The Princeton University Plasma Physics Laboratory, a world-leading fusion energy research center under contract with the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE), invites applications for a NSTX-U Recovery Project Manager. Reporting to the NSTX-U Director, the NSTX-U Recovery Project Manager will provide Project Management (PM) leadership for the planning and execution of the NSTX-U Recovery Project.
Ensure Recovery Project ES&H policies and procedures are followed and implemented.
Ensure Recovery Project and Laboratory quality assurance and reliability requirements are met.
Provide executive-level management of R&D, design, fabrication, testing, and installation of Recovery Project hardware and software with assistance from Engineering Director.
Ensure project deliverables are being met on cost, schedule and with particular attention that the technical scope meets its objectives.
Assign staff within the project to ensure the goals are met
Communicate accurate and reliable project status and performance issues to internal stakeholders (Project and PPPL staff) and external stakeholders (PPPL Director, Princeton University, and DOE/FES).
Achieve the Recovery Project Key Performance Parameters (KPPs) within targeted baseline completion schedules and total project costs (TPCs).
The Project Manager will be a key participant in developing the cost and schedule baseline.
Implement an approved EVMS, oversee project performance measurements reported from Control Account Managers (CAMS), and provide monthly progress reports to stakeholders.
Manage and direct procurements, subcontracts, services, and other financial obligations necessary for completion of the Recovery Project.
Utilize project management processes consistent with DOE.
Identify and proactively manage project risks utilizing the Risk Management Plan and develop cost and schedule contingency estimates and update the relevant stakeholders
Provide input on project documentation (e.g., the PEP and subproject PEPs) and on developing and maintaining contractor project documentation.
Maintain overall responsibility for identifying the human resources necessary to complete the Recovery Project including direct and matrix assignment of PPPL staff.
Master's Degree in Engineering or Physics.
Minimum 20 years relevant experience.
Experience in relevant Office of Science project environment or closely affiliated technical projects.
10 years relevant experience managing DOE Office of Science projects.
Project Management Professional Certification.
Professional Engineer Certification.
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