Hargrove Engineers + Constructors

Education: None required.

Certification: None Required

Experience: This position requires 5 or more years of relevant experience in industrial outages as a logistics coordinator/planner.

Job Summary: Generally responsible for planning and scheduling heavy industrial engineering projects. Responsibilities:
Key Responsibilities and Duties:

Lead assigned portion of outage scope through planning and construction
Provide daily schedule updates during outage execution.
Experience managing logistics vendors including HW/FW, Laborers, Sanitation, Waste, Fuel
Experience developing and managing an outage plot plan
Experience developing rental equipment list and scheduling drop off and pick up or equipment
Collaborate with cross-functional teams ensuring service needs are fully covered: Demand Planning, Supply Planning, Inventory Management, Operations, Service Engineering.
Uphold and communicate high standards of housekeeping in assigned areas and on all job sites. Conduct frequent formal housekeeping inspections of plant areas.
Maintains good partnerships with customers by responding to their needs and requirements (internal and external).
May be required to perform duties outside of the above responsibilities from time to time, as needed.
Complete close out and documentation as required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

Strong organizational, interpersonal and planning skills.
Ability to juggle multiple projects simultaneously.
Understands outlined company quality standards.
Prior experience with reading and understanding contracts and contractual requirements.
Proficient in the use of computers and business software, including Microsoft (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook) OneNote, SAP.
Familiarity with My Buyer, Requisitioning and procurement processes.
Excellent project management skills with demonstrated ability to operate in a fast-paced environment and juggle ever-changing priorities and deadlines.
Willing to work a wide variety of scheduled days and hours, following strict fatigue management guidelines. Travel may be required as much as 25-45% depending on projects.
Ability to work without close supervision.
Works professionally and harmoniously with co-workers, supervisors, management, support personnel, program participants, and business-related persons.
Utilizes positive and constructive attitude toward resolution of problems and conflicts.
Accepts direction, criticism, and supervision.
Demonstrates ability to remain calm in demanding situations.
Ability to work within and promote a teamwork philosophy.
Makes good use of time, completing assigned tasks in a timely manner.
Able to achieve various State mandated certifications, TWIC, and other requirements as may be deemed necessary.
Prioritize “Zero is achievable” safety policy in words and actions to protect self, others and the environment.
High ethical standards – unwilling to compromise on worker safety and regulatory compliance requirements.
Demonstrates positive, supportive, and cooperative behavior in interacting with co-workers, supervisors and management.

Physical Requirements:

Ability to sit, stand or walk for long periods of time.
Work requires working from heights, climbing fixed ladders, and stairs, etc.

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