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Job Description

Provides experience and leadership in the project management or program management discipline
Identifies, hires, develops, mentors, coaches, and retains project management talent to cultivate the next level of project management leaders
Coordinates with multiple departments, including sales, delivery, engineering, manufacturing, and service, to supply superior solutions and ensure total customer satisfaction and MCFI profitability
Coordinates with technical resources and vendors to budget, sell, and implement multiple systems in various applications for a customer(s) at multiple locations. At times, for strategic customer projects or programs, acts in a direct execution role, acting as the primary customer interface, responsible for financial and commercial decisions
Responsible for financial negotiations with the customer and developing long-term joint goals and objectives for both organizations

BSEE or BSME Engineering degree or equivalent work experience or educational background
At least 15+ years in the industry, with 10 years in a PM role
PMP Qualified required
PMI Certified preferred
Excellent interpersonal skills for collaboration and teamwork
Proven project leadership on demanding applications and solutions
Proven performance in stressful environments
Excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills are required
Proven and recognized project management leader in specific technologies and/or solutions
Work duties could be performed on weekends or holidays to fulfill customer commitments
Willing to address conflicts in a timely and professional manner
Duties will require travel and physical work such as climbing and carrying heavy loads
Duties in industrial facilities with harsh environments will be required

Required Leadership, Interpersonal, Business and Technical Skills/Abilities:
Must work well within a team environment and provide input and feedback to both associates and customers for activity planning and technical solutions
Must be able to lead the planned activities for multiple projects and be accountable for the success or failure of the solution
Strong ability to proactively identify, mitigate, and resolve complex execution risks and project issues
Lead team of 2-20 technical associates for the delivery of multiple applications or solutions
Must adapt to dramatic changes in customer requirements and be flexible to accommodate changes without impacting financials or employee morale
Must be seen as a direct communicator, listing financial and time impacts to management and the customer
Must be able to identify, understand, and communicate customer goals at the following levels: corporate, business unit, plant, process and system
Must be able to identify customer pain and opportunity and match specific technical resources, products and solutions to customer needs
Must be able to think consequentially in all aspects of the significant customer relationship, including the ability to identify issues, whether commercial, technical, or schedule-related, before they occur
Requires the ability to present project activity and financial updates on projects/applications to a large audience of customers and/or associates

High level of project team interaction
Must provide practical and positive feedback based on listening skills focused on successful project/customer systems and take ownership of project success
Requires collaboration and teamwork with vendors, other engineering locations, design, manufacturing and management
Requires the ability to communicate customer feedback to management and be willing to take risks on specific technical/commercial investments to further MCFI’s capabilities in an industry or application
Requires a high level of conflict resolution skills and is willing to make difficult decisions specific to resource planning and/or utilization of associates
Motivate and engage customers and MCFI resources in achieving required goals
High desire to coach, mentor and develop less experienced talent

The role requires complete project ownership of applications ranging from $50K to $20M+, including activity planning, scheduling, technical reviews, time management of resources, purchasing, invoicing, change order management, and financial success of the application.
Subcontractor selection and management required
Expense management required
This role requires a high-level understanding of the Percentage of Complete Accounting (Earned Revenue) based financials.
Ability to work in a Matrix Leadership environment, as project activity will span multiple MCFI locations and resources
Must be able to clearly define, resource, and execute an account strategy that increases the existing revenue delivered to multi-million dollar annual revenue of the assigned customer(s) to target margins and profitability
Complete ownership, understanding, and growth of the customer relationships that provide revenue within the assigned area
Develop and manage key and strategic partnerships with vendors and/or subcontractors as required
Establish and be responsible for achieving an annual new order bookings target for the assigned primary customer relationship(s), including maintaining a specified “As Bid” margin level(s) and labor-to-buyout bookings mix

Leadership and overall responsibility for the execution of activities required for project delivery excellence, including technical, financial and commercial aspects of projects
Proven ability to create, implement, monitor, and improve Project Management Institute (PMI) or equivalent Project Management methodologies, standards and systems
The focal point for the implementation and creation of new project management tools that will be utilized across the enterprise
Expert level of understanding of MCFI’s systems
Should have expert-level competency for extracting the maximum value for MCFI products and services within assigned major customer relationships
Responsible for tracking active project pursuits and proposals with the assigned customer relationship(s)

About Mission Critical Facilities International (MCFI):
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, Mission Critical Facilities International (MCFI)is a global leader in critical infrastructure solutions for telecom, data center, power & utilities, manufacturing, oil & gas, healthcare, government, gaming, emergency operations and enterprises. Our experts have decades of experience in power generation maintenance, repair, project management and turnkey projects. Additionally, we provide GENIUS solutions, which include our GENIUS modular data center as well as our MicroGENIUS microgrid. MCFI has a proven work ethic, with hundreds of projects completed in various industries worldwide. www.missioncriticalgroup.com
Company Offers
Competitive salary and excellent benefits package
Opportunity to advance career with a rapidly growing company
Private Equity exposure


Director of Project Management
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Mission Critical Group (MCG) is a leading provider of power solutions for customers who require power reliability and efficiency. MCG offers:

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