Senior Project Manager
Location São PauloFULL_TIME
Consultant Sam Gallagher
Date posted 18 de Abril de 20192019-05-03 2019-06-17 engineering Rua do Rócio, 350 Vila Olímpia - São Paulo - SP Robert Walters
Great opportunity to join a well funced and growing International Solar business in Sao Paulo managing EPC contractors.
Senior Project Manager – Distributed Solar
Great opportunity to join an International Solar business in Sao Paulo managing EPC contractors.
The PM is overall responsible for planning and executing operations pertaining to solar installations. This includes project-specific construction management and oversight as well as all project planning to maintain readiness and to promote efficiency.
Experience / Responsibilities
• Project Development - Lead development process for awarded solar PV projects from off-taker contract through construction start. Responsible for managing internal and external resources to execute development phase tasks including site due diligence and site design, utility interconnection, engineering, permitting, stakeholder outreach, real estate agreements, and structured tax agreements
• Project Coordination - Coordinate with all contractors to ensure critical path construction activities are managed on budget and that all work on each jobsite gets completed in accordance with the overall project schedule.
• Contractor Management – Actively manage contractors to ensure compliance with contract terms and performance guarantees
• Project Budget and Labor Tracking - weekly P/L meetings with COO
• Installation Quality – the PM must have a definite idea of what the quality standards should be across the company and help promote them.
• WHSE – the PM must have a definite idea of what the work health and safety standards should be across the company and help promote them.
• Installation Efficiency as Measured by the Installation Cost per Watt OR per Sq Ft— Actively engaged in month-to-month monitoring of the installation cost per watt and actively identify measures to reduce these costs where practical and so long as it does not conflict with safety or installation quality.