Responsible for driving day-to-day new Equipment Project Management operations from order intake (OI) to project closing (CP), including on-site activities management. Ensure deliverables are being achieved at the expected cost and to stakeholders’ satisfaction.
Accountable for S-Q-C-D Projects deliverables for the assigned new Equipment Projects:
■ (S) H&SE - Required Health & Safety, Environmental standards are being met. H&SE plan in place prior to the start of project;
■(Q) Quality - Deliverables are being met to defined specifications from the first time. Project scope and specifications are clearly defined;
■(C) Cost - Project deliverables, including on-site activities are being completed within the project baselined cost;
■(D) Delivery - Deliverables are being completed within the project schedule timelines;
■Ensure all required statutory and regulatory conditions are being met, including Sidel corporate values, governance and processes;
■Ensure risk assessment and response plan are in place for critical projects. Accountable to drive risk management and mitigation;
■Manage, support and coach the assigned team, driving the relevant competence development & utilisation. Eliminate roadblocks for team;
■Support the Team in managing scope changes without affecting the baseline objectives and benefits, resolve conflicts;
■Regular and timely reporting to the Stakeholders. Drive Technical issues escalation follow up calls with Global Product Support;
■Monitor and ensure all Sidel Project systems are regularly updated, such as SAP milestones, GIB, SINCRO and OPD.
■ PMP Certification is a plus.
■ French and English;
■ Foreign language as per regional allocation is a plus.
Professional Qualifications and Experience:
■ 5 years experience and proven track record in Project Management of capital projects;
■ Experience in the beverage industry is a plus;
■ Knowledge of Sidel Portfolio and Systems design is a plus;
■ Knowledge of installation and commissioning scope and challenges;
■ Knowledge of project financials;
■ Able to travel (up to 40%).
Key Leadership Behaviour:
■ Managing and measuring work;
■ Directing Others;
■ Conflict Management;
■ Drive for Results;
■ Process Management.