Requisition # 2017-8205 Department PPPL Office of the Director Category Project Management Date Posted 8 hours 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), is seeking applications for a Project Manager (PM) for Integrated Corrective Action Plan Execution. The position reports to the Deputy Director of Operations. PPPL's Project Manager owns the timely effective delivery of the actions in the Integrated Corrective Action Plan Execution (ICAP). The PM is PPPL's point of contact for ICAP execution and is accountable for effectively coordinating PPPL and non-PPPL resources in completing the ICAP mission. The Project Manager collaborates with corrective action assignees, PPPL and DOE stakeholders in managing timely and effective ICAP execution in accordance with PPPL policies, programs and procedures.
Collaborates with Laboratory management in establishing a formal ICAP charter articulating key personnel and organizational roles, and guides ICAP execution accordingly.
Establishes a budget.
Collaborates with action assignees to ensure corrective action (CA) objectives and requirements are understood.
Works with action assignees and stakeholders to select the best PPPL or non-PPPL resources needed for effective CA execution and assists in their timely acquisition.
Develops and maintains detailed CA implementation milestone logs and an integrated ICAP resource loaded schedule.
Oversees, facilitates and assists action assignees in timey and effective CA execution in accordance with established plans.
Personally executes assigned/delegated CAs.
Performs or arranges for timely in-process reviews to ensure CA execution is on path for successful completion.
Identifies and facilitates the timely resolution of barriers, issues, etc. potentially impacting successful CA execution.
Issues timely and accurate ICAP project reports and communicates progress and issues PPPL and DOE stakeholders.
Reviews or coordinates external reviews of completed work to ensure CA objectives are met.
Approves completed CAs in addition to approvals required by PPPL policies, programs and procedures.
Oversees CA closeout including engagement of DOE stakeholders.
Plans, coordinates and oversees ICAP effectiveness reviews including the closeout of resulting findings and deficiencies.
Collaborates with Laboratory management and communication staff in the planning and execution of a comprehensive plan for communicating and engaging PPPL staff and DOE stakeholders on ICAP progress and developments including the maintenance of an ICAP website.
B.S. degree in engineering or science.
Minimum of 12 years experience in managing projects in the DOE complex.
Experience in managing performance transformation projects.
Knowledge, skills and experience with formulating and implementing broad range of management systems needed for laboratory operations and managing projects in the DOE complex.
Strong foundation in project management principles and techniques.
Use of strong oral and written communication, presentation and facilitation skills required.
Demonstrated supervisory skills.
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