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Lancium is dedicated to accelerating the energy transition. We create technologies and build infrastructure that balances and stabilizes the power grid while encouraging more clean energy production.

Lancium is seeking a Senior level Project-Managers to join our expanding team. We are constructing power campuses in west Texas, and other locations in North America. A power campus consists of High Voltage (HV) connection to Transmission voltage, HV to Medium Voltage (MV) Substation, and MV to Low Voltage (LV) power distribution to inside the Data Center. Each campus can have several Data Centers or similar large loads or generation, often with varying complexity. Each campus is managing between 200 MW and 1000 MW, delivering MV electricity to our own or customer loads and balancing the operational electrical load between the need of the Grid and our customer.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • The Project Manager represents the company as the main point of contact for internal and external stakeholders, customers, subcontractors and site trades. This includes communicating in a professional manner both verbally and in writing.
  • Ensure compliance with all local, state, and federal regulations and codes.
  • Proactively support and enforce the Environmental, Safety, and Health regulations.
  • Organize and maintain project reporting (project financials, billing schedule, forecast, etc) in compliance with internal and external stakeholders needs, and in partnership with commercial project managers.
  • Complete the assigned work scope on time, safely, within budget, in compliance with quality requirements, and assuring the needed resources are available and have the required skill set.
  • Continually assess the risk within a project environment and prepare mitigation plans accordingly.
  • Responsible for maintaining effective working relationships in all interpersonal communication, including compliance with the HR requirements and reporting.
  • Responsible for timely daily review and recommendation of project engineering and project management documentation
  • Manage change within the project environment.
  • Will create and utilize lesson learned to improve the company’s standards and designs, and find long term opportunities to lower costs and deliver faster execution.
  • Participate in development of company documentation and procedures, with specific attention to transitioning the project from construction phase to MRO operation for the life cycle of the facility.
  • Responsible to update progress in weekly structured meetings
  • Establish and work with a departmental budget
  • Supervise any direct reports and provide proactive collaboration across the company.
  • At times may be asked to resolve conflict within teams or discuss confrontational issues internally or externally in a professional manner.
  • Perform all other related and compatible duties as assigned.

Required Skills

  • Must be able to work with confidential information in a professional manner.
  • Excellent computer skills in all Microsoft and Google Suite applications, and project document control, and often with daily video conferencing.
  • Ability to create and manage multiple projects and schedules in parallel.
  • Knowledge of PM software such as Primavera, MS Project or Smartsheet.
  • Able to identify deliverables and commercial issues by reviewing project information, and working with execution team members to develop most effective execution model, including aspects of Project Change Management.
  • May at times may be trusted to make decisions based on vague sets of information, lack of information and ambiguity with best professional judgement to achieve project success, never compromising safety.
  • Best-in-class verbal and written communication skills.
  • Understanding of all codes and regulations associated with Campus construction activities
  • Familiar with common forms and commercial requirements of construction and engineering contracting, and able to create budgets for new work.
  • Ability to communicate, build relationships, and achieve buy-in with all levels of the organization
  • Ability to complete the pre-employment process and able to work in the United States.
  • Ability to work very effectively without direct daily supervision

Preferred Skills and Experience

  • PMI PMP Certification for Project Management or documented equivalent experience.
  • Experience in bringing best practices to a rapidly developing PMO
  • Demonstrated success in the feedback loop of communicating execution experience into future project conceptual efforts.
  • Site Management, Field service and/or Commissioning background a plus
  • Working knowledge of Electrical Substation Protection and Control concepts are preferred.
  • Experience in Construction Management for the understanding how the Electrical Concepts and Designs have physical mechanical and civil implications.
  • Knowledge of Construction Law not required but helpful.
  • Demonstrated experience in leading edge fields and industries where there is not a wealth of experience to pull from. Candidate able to work in a pathfinding environment.
  • Experience in Solar and Wind Renewables, Cryptocurrency Mining, High Throughput Computing, Hydrogen Production, Carbon capture and/or sustainable topics preferred.

Work Environment

The Project-Manager will work in an office environment and at construction sites at a data center with both climate-controlled and non-climate-controlled conditions. There may be exposure to extreme temperatures, noise and vibration, inspection of work at above ground level, and mechanical, electrical (HV/MV/LV), or plant and animal hazards.

Education (Required)

  • Four (4) year degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering, with practical work experience in electrical and electro-mechanical applications.

Experience (Required)

  • Ten (10) to Fifteen (15) Years previous electrical power engineering and project management experience

Work authorization

  • United States (Required)

Job Type:

  • Full-time

Benefits:

  • Dental insurance
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off, Compensatory time off
  • Vision insurance
  • 401K Plan

Work Location:

  • Work in our Headquarters in The Woodlands, TX with frequent travel to our facilities in West Texas (Remote work available)

 

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