Parsons Corporation Port Project Manager - Saudi National in Jizan, Saudi Arabia
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The Ports Project Manager is a qualified project management level and will manage the port’s project management plan. Will be responsible for project management phases of assigned projects from authorization to proceed to user acceptance ensuring completion within the established budget, schedule in accordance with specified contractual obligations. Coordinates with all stakeholders during handover stage and project initiation stage and getting projects approval from JCPDI Management. Supervises all pre-award phases from initiation to Notice of Award of Royal Commission design, studies, and construction projects to ensure award of projects on schedule.
Coordinates with all stakeholders during projects handover and initiation stage for preparation of preliminary scope of work, cost estimates, schedule and getting projects approval from JCPDI Management.
Supervise and coordinate the preparation of Request for Proposal (RFP). Coordinates definition of detailed scope of work, determines major milestones, and recommends appropriate pricing policy for projects. Coordinates RFP preparation with departments associated with the projects, reviewing inputs and making necessary amendments.
Perform technical evaluation of potential companies for Consultancy, Architectural / Engineering (A/E) and Construction contracts and recommends short-lists of qualified companies. Obtains Royal Commission approval for completed RFPs and bidder shortlists. Participate in bids evaluation the recommending selection of contractor.
Join pre-bid meeting and introduce project’s scope of work to the bidders.
Coordinates with concerned department in obtaining clarifications on bidders’ queries and issuance of addendum.
Participates in final negotiations to determine final terms of contract. Represents Royal Commission in signing Summary Memorandum of Negotiations and obtains approved Notice to Proceed. Participate in port award meeting.
Coordinates with concerned departments and dedicated personnel in providing technical information regarding progress, schedule and cost performance. Reports on major problem situations which could result in cost overruns or delays in schedules.
Advises concerned departments of any changes (design or construction) requested by Royal Commission Port Authority and coordinate in implementation of those changes.
Performs similar pre-award activities for construction portion of the project as were done for the design portion.
Ensuring all pre-award activities to be completed and projects awarded on RC Port Authority scheduled date.
Make presentations on assigned projects to upper management, when required.
Work At A Human Pace
Leave the hustle and bustle to your commute. Here, the even-paced. predictable workflow is bound to increase the productivity, comfort, and morale of both you and the people you manage. We work at a human pace, knowing that stress is counterproductive to quality. We also welcome a diverse workforce, glad for the fresh perspectives of skilled people from all backgrounds, and ready to reward all for their excellent work.
Experience and Qualifications
B. Sc. Degree in Civil Engineering or related discipline with minimum of 10 years of directly related experience. At least 3 years’ experience in project management with Client/Owner and a good understanding of all the phases of Projects Management such as planning, initiation, design and bidding.
A Certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP) or 6 Sigma black belt is preferred.
Familiar with industry procedures, specifications and best practices.
Familiar with planning and scheduling methods such as CPM, project accountability, budgeting and the expenditure and financial of the project.
Excellent commands on English language.
Knowledge of computers and basic software applications: MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point).
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