Work as

Project Manager

at AWL!

United States
40 hours
Higher professional education (Bachelor)

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What do we expect?

  • A Bachelor’s degree, preferably in the field of Mechanical a/o Electrical Engineering, preferably with project management certifications such as; PMA-C or PMP
  • Minimum of 5 to a maximum of 10 years of related experience as a Project Manager in capital goods (machines and installations)
  • Agility, self-reflection, responsibility, drive, team-player
  • Willing to travel and work abroad if necessary for approx. 25 of your time

What do we offer:

  • A challenging workplace that encourages your creativity and development so that you can continuously grow as a professional
  • Autonomy and responsibility
  • The ability to work flexibly
  • Benefit package: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, 401K, STD, LTD and Life Insurance

Questions?

Bianca de Vries

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Working as a Project Manager at AWL means working in a dynamic, competitive, international environment with high-end production solutions and demanding customers. As a Project Manager, you are part of an enthusiastic global team and a peer group of approximately 20 project management professionals worldwide.  

Responsibilities:

  • The management of multiple projects (2 to 4) simultaneously (scope from 1 to 10 Million USD each), from project kick-off to final acceptance and everything in between!  
  • Make it happen, get it done! 
  • Exchange with, inform and report to internal and external stakeholders; 
  • Manage the customers, expectations, volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and the contract; 
  • Anticipate on and solve issues, seek and find the assistance you need from your professional colleagues and you will get consequentially;  
  • Evaluate and learn, develop yourself and your stakeholders.

This will be your day

8:00 Review project status with team during assembly phase on the shop floor
10:00 Lead Engineering meetings with internal team or customer
13:00 Coordinate internal activities and review task lists
15:00 Discuss upcoming challenges with customer and create change order calculations
16:45 Review task list and review activities for next day/week

Your tasks:

50% Managing projects
30% Traveling / on customer site
10% Solving challenges
10% Evaluate and improve
Your choice: Your strenghts: Introduction