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Project Engineer II

Location: 

Shanghai, SH, CN, 201814

Req ID 23232
     

Overall Purpose of Job

This should be a broad overview of this position’s function. Include the overall scope of the position and the authority this position possesses in terms of programs/ projects/ operations and establishing policy.

 

  1. In accordance with PMI standards, the project manager is responsible for managing all aspects of a project over the entire life of the project as shown by the following Project Phases:  Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling, and Closing.
  2. Translated to ZF standards, further detail follows:
  • The program manager will be involved with the project from GDPEP 1-8. 
  • The program manager is responsible to support / manage acquisition activities during GDPEP 1 and 2 phases on a case-by-case basis as agreed with program management director and/or sales management lead. 
  • The program manager is responsible to manage the customer interface from GDPEP Phases 3-8. 
  1. The program manager is responsible to interface with all areas affected by the project, ensuring successful integration of all project work products
  2. The program manager is responsible to balance the competing demands of scope, time, and cost (also known as the “triple constraint”)

 

Major Responsibilities 

List the major responsibilities and accountabilities of this position. Include quantifiable data where appropriate (i.e. budget dollars, etc.)

 

  •  As mentioned in the overall purpose above, the project manager is responsible for managing all aspects of a project over the entire life of the project as shown by the following Project Phases:  Initiating, Planning, Executing, Monitoring & Controlling, and Closing.  A

 

 

brief overview is provided below for the five key project phases, while Appendix A provides definitions for each of the work products

 

 Initiating Process

  • The program manager is responsible to manage the Initiating Phase, the key deliverables being the receipt and approval of the Handover Package and the development and management of the Preliminary Scope Statement.  These documents formally sanction the project and documents project characteristics, respectively

 

Planning Process

  • The program manager is responsible to manage the Planning Phase, the key deliverable being an approved Project Management Plan which integrates all subsidiary plans to create one coherent document
  •  The program manager will integrate and manage all of the following work products into the Project Management Plan, ensuring that lessons learned are incorporated:

 

Scope Management:

  • Scope Planning
  • Scope Definition
  • Creation of WBS

Time Management:

  • Activity Definition
  • Activity Sequencing
  • Activity Resource Estimating
  • Activy Duration Estimating
  • Schedule Development

Cost Management:

  • Cost Estimating (both project and product)
  • Cost Budgeting (both project and project)

Quality Management:

  • Quality Planning

HR Management:

  • Human Resource Planning

Communications Management:

  • Communications Planning

Risk Management:

  • Risk Management Planning
  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Response Planning

Procurement Management:

  • Plan Purchases and Acquisitions
  • Plan Contracting

 

Executing Process

  • The program manager is responsible to manage the Executing Phase, the key deliverable being work results.
  • A focus on integration management continues to be an important element for the successful program manager, who is responsible to direct and manage project execution.  The following areas are of particular focus during the Executing Phase:

 

 

 

Quality Management:

  • Perform Quality Assurance

Human Resources Management:

  • Acquire the Project Team
  • Develop the Project Team

Communications Management:

  • Distribute Information

Procurement Management:

  • Request Vendor Responses
  • Select Vendors

 

Monitoring & Controlling Process

  • The program manager is responsible to manage the Monitoring & Controlling Phase, the key deliverable being accepted deliverables.
  • A focus on integration management continues to be an important element for the successful program manager, who is responsible to monitor and control project’s work and ensure integrated change control and project change management.  The following areas are of particular focus during the Monitoring & Controlling Phase:

 

Scope Management:

  • Scope Verification
  • Scope Control

Time Management:

  • Schedule Control

Cost Management (both project and project):

  • Cost Control 

Quality Management:

  • Quality Control

Human Resources Management:

  • Manage the Project Team

Communications Management:

  • Performance Reporting
  • Management of Stakeholders

Risk Management:

  • Risk Monitoring & Controlling

Procurement Management:

  • Contract Administration

 

Closing Process

  • The program manager is responsible to manage the Closing Phase, the key deliverable being a successfully delivered product.
  • The program manager is responsible to close any contracts and formally close the project, and ensure that lessons learned and best practices are appropriately stored and/or disseminated

 

Be part of our ZF team as Project Engineer II and apply now!

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Ling Yan

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