Overview

Roles and Responsibilities:
 Responsible to apply best practices from the PMI Body of Knowledge:
 PMI knowledge areas: Management Integration, Scope, Time, Cost, Human Resources, Risk, Procurement and Stakeholder Management.
 PMI Project Management process groups: Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring and Controlling and Closing.
 The Project Manager is responsible for both capital and non-capital projects.
 Manages projects, which includes influencing objectives, timelines, project tasks, and leading communications within the plant; projects are moderate to large in scope, receives little guidance or direction.
 Applies broad or specialized engineering principles and practices while performing research on new or updated equipment, processes, and other areas as required within the scope of the project.
 Incorporate engineering, best practices, RAGAGEP standards.
 Incorporate safety focus including improved safety designs.
 Uses work processes to design, build, start-up projects.
 Lead or patriciate Process Hazard Analysis (PHA), Pre-Startup Safety Reviews (PSSR’s), and management of change (MOC’s) related to their projects.
 Reviews or completes documents and forms required for financial, operational, or process completion and to close out the projects; approves projects under span of control.
 Responsible to work with outside engineering firms for assistance in engineering design, project management and project facilitation.
 Responsible for Scoping the Project:
 Define the scope of the project in collaboration with management and other engineering functions ( process, production, automation and reliability).
 Determine the resources (time, money, equipment, etc) required to complete the project
 Develop a schedule for project completion that effectively allocates the resources to the activities.
 Review the project schedule with management and all other staff that will be affected by the project activities; revise the schedule as required.
 Provide scheduling tool support (resource leveling, reporting).
 Complete communication plans
 Responsible for Project Planning and Detailed Planning activities:
 Create a detailed work plan which identifies and sequences the activities needed to successfully complete the project
 Responsible to determine and manage to the critical path.
 Determine the objectives and measures upon which the project will be evaluated at its completion