The Advanced Light Source (ALS) has been a global leader in soft x-ray science for more than two decades and an upgrade project (ALS-U) is currently underway, that will endow the facility with state-of-the-art x-ray capabilities and ensure future leadership. Within ALS-U, the Technical Project Manager is primarily responsible for the management of the technical, cost and scheduling activities of one area of the project, which can involve multiple subsystems. https://als.lbl.gov/als-u/overview/
You will work on complex issues where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. You will oversee the planning, coordination, and achievement of all work within a Control Account and will provide a single authority for scope, technical and cost issues.
Furthermore, you will fulfill a critical role in day-to-day project management and follow earned value methods that ensure timely and accurate earned value reporting. You lead all activities of your assigned project scope from initiation through completion. To accomplish this, you review, evaluate, approve, and monitor cost, schedule, and technical scope baselines. You determine methods and procedures for new assignments and coordinate the activities of other personnel (Team Lead).
The position will be hired at a level commensurate with the business needs, skills and experience of the candidate, knowledge, and abilities of the successful candidate.
Manage the technical, cost and scheduling activities of one area of the project.
Consult with managers, engineers and scientific personnel as necessary to understand project requirements and needs. Direct the work of engineering staff as required during the progression of the project.
Identify the tasks required and their sequence for the control account statement of work. Develop detailed schedules that will depict horizontal dependency, float, and the critical path. Develop supplemental schedules for use in day-to-day operational planning and management.
Integrate the project work scope, schedule and cost objectives into a performance measurement baseline against which accomplishments may be measured.
Use Earned Value Management System (EVMS) information in developing and carrying out management processes. Objectively assess monthly cost and schedule status at the work performance level. Analyze significant variances from the plans and impacts on the control account.
Develop variance reports and corrective action plans for management review and approval.
Monitor, draft and present Budget Change Requests (BCRs) for management approval.
Act as the primary technical interface for subcontractors and approve invoices, verifying work
Identify potential technical, schedule and cost risks for tracking in a Risk Registry. Actively manage those risks within the project risk management process.
Specify the opening and closing of projects and activities to the designated Finance Officer.
Create material necessary for project reporting purposes.
Additional Desired Responsibilities:
May assume responsibility for specific subtasks within the project.
BS degree, or equivalent in engineering or a related field and 6 years of relevant experience; or equivalent experience.
Project management or related management experience.
Demonstrated experience managing to budget and schedule.
Relevant knowledge and experience in Earned Value Management System (EVMS) concepts, practices, and tools.
Experience developing control account status reports, variance reports, and Estimate at Completion.
Ability to lead the work of others and give work direction.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to work effectively in a team environment.
Additional Desired Qualifications:
Experience with management of scientific construction projects.
Familiarity with policies and procedures at the Department of Energy (DOE) National Labs.
Experience using EVMS software tools such as Oracle Primavera P6.
Prior experience working in engineering, operations, supply chain or quality assurance.
Knowledge of and experience with DOE Order 413.3B: Program and Project Management for the
Acquisition of Capital Assets.
Knowledge of and experience with the American National Standards Institute Electronic Industries
Alliance (EIA) Standard 748-C.
The posting shall remain open until the position is filled.
This is a full time, Career appointment
Full-time, M-F, exempt (monthly paid) from overtime pay.
Salary is commensurate with experience.
This position may be subject to a background check. Any convictions will be evaluated to determine if they directly relate to the responsibilities and requirements of the position. Having a conviction history will not automatically disqualify an applicant from being considered for employment.
Work will be primarily performed at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, 1 Cyclotron Road, Berkeley, CA.
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