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Project Manager

Houston, TX 77056

Posted: 09/06/2019 Employment Type: Direct Hire Function: Engineering Job Number: 18869 Pay Rate: $98,400-$147,600

A growing oil and gas services company is looking for a Project Manager to join their team. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply!

Job Type: Direct Hire

Job Location: West Houston

Job Pay: $98,400 - $147,600 (Depending on Experience)

•    Under direct supervision, develop and deliver a project management plan encompassing all the details of a project to the team members
•    Set realistic and practical goals for the project and develop appropriate strategies for achieving these goals
•    Provide coaching and guidance to the team members about every aspect of the project so that the team members can understand their tasks fully and act on them efficiently
•    Identify all the internal and external resources whether financial or human resources required to complete the project successfully
•    Evaluate the progress of project on regular basis and identify risks to schedule, cost or quality of deliverables
•    Utilize the latest strategies, tools and terminologies used in project management worldwide so that he may also make adopt them to increase productivity
•    Build and implement or socialize the best practices for performing all the tasks; 
•    Develop and execute an efficient internal communication strategy for ensuring communication with all levels of management within the team
•    Utilize appropriate techniques for disturbing tasks according to the skills of every team member and also to evaluate the performance of all team members.
•    Plan, direct and coordinate the activities of Buyers and related workers involved in purchasing equipment, supplied, products and services for the company. 
•    Directs and monitors all activities related to purchasing activities, production planning, maintaining and analyzing production and sales requirements, comparing progress to schedule, resolving scheduling conflicts, assessing data and coordinating solutions 
•    Ensure the purchase, quality and timely delivery of required parts, services, final and subassemblies, raw materials, capital equipment and expenses. 
•    Identify and develop opportunities to reduce both operating and working capital costs. 
•    Develop and maintain strategic alliances with selected vendors for critical parts and participate in contract negotiations as needed. 
•    Measure vendor performance and address associated issues including late deliveries and cost recovery of vendor non-conformances. 
•    Lead quality audits of critical and other selected vendors. 
•    Provide procurement support for applicable parts to other company facilities located worldwide. 
•    Evaluate and develop employee skills in Supply Chain and Procurement. 
•    Actively support both the quote and order management processes. 
•    Support Corporate Supply Chain initiatives, as required. 
•    Support warehouse improvement initiatives to drive accuracy and timeliness in receiving, picking and inventory cycle counts within the facility. 
•    Establish and maintain purchasing practices and policies to ensure honest, fair and ethical relationships with vendors. 
•    Keep informed on legal matters affecting purchasing policies. 
•    Assess ongoing performance of Supply Chain and Procurement functions and communicate results to senior management on a regular basis. 
•    Know and understand the company Quality Policy and comply with all requirements of the Quality Systems Manual, Operating and Technical Procedures and Workplace Instructions. 
•    Must understand and comply with all safety rules and company policies of the company. 
•    Work assignments carried out to the highest quality level. 
•    Perform various other duties and activities as assigned by supervisor within the physical constraints of the job. 
•    Confer and coordinate with Buyers (Purchasing) on the status of purchase orders for parts being procured for assemblies to ensure timely release and completion of assembly production orders. 
•    Direct reports to action MRP messages in an effective and timely manner. 
•    Confer with Production leads and supervisors to determine status of production orders. 
•    Attend production meetings, to provide detailed updates on the plan and manage promise dates. 
•    Review open spare sales orders, verifying validity of product shortages/routings and prints. 

•    Adaptable to change and responsive to direction. Ability to effectively work with all levels of the organization, customers, and vendors. 
•    Experience with developing contracts and negotiations. Strong organizational and leadership skills with focus on continual improvement CPM or CPIM certification. 
•    10 Years’ experience in Procurement Management. 
•    Experienced in Material Resource Planning (MRP) 
•    The physical ability to immediately respond to emergency situations 
•    Knowledge of raw materials: pipe, tube, flat rolled steel, castings and rubber molded products. 
•    Knowledge of production processes, quality control, cost and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture of goods.

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Recruiter - Murray Technical

Specializing in matching talent with Light Industrial, General Labor, Manufacturing, Operations, and Customer Service roles.

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