Project Manager - Marine Repair Division

Company Name:
Acadian Contractors, Inc.
Marine Repair Project Manager Job Description
Marine Repair Division

Experience Required:
5-10 years in Marine industry
1-3 years in Project Management
USCG and Classification Society inspection experience (owner/operator, shipyard, or inspector)
Marine Vessel repair experience
Project Management experience

Additional Preferred Experience
3+ years in Marine Vessel Repair Management
Marine Vessel Inspection experience
Knowledge of 46 CFR Subchapter L and Proposed 46 CFR Subchapter M
Lift-boat repair experience
Vessel stability knowledge
USCG or licensed Mariner experience
Safety Management Systems

Expected Job Duties:
Customer interface for duration of project regarding technical, scheduling, and financial discussions
Development / maintenance of project schedule (via dedicated company provided scheduler)
Ensure tasks / equipment completed on time and in accordance with estimated budgets
Provide cost / budget feedback to accounting via monthly closeout spreadsheets
Provide customer with progress reporting updates as required
Interface with production shop(s) and designated personnel on site to resolve issues with regards to materials, fit-ups, assemblies, and revisions / changes required
Coordination of third party contractors for specific tasks as required
Interface with estimating department during project bid development, project handovers, and throughout project execution as required
Change Order / Cost Adder recognition and development with assistance of estimating department in a timely manner to facilitate accurate schedule and financial updates to customer
Management of required Project Document submittals and tracking
Management / tracking of receipt of drawing packages from contracted Engineering firms and / or customer and distribution of drawing packages to applicable production shop(s) on site
Ability to decipher requirements for valves and instrumentation from Customer supplied specifications
Ability to determine / set manpower requirements and setting of priorities to achieve overall expected production and delivery requirements

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