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