Vanderlande North America

Electrical Site Supervisor

Job ID
2017-3238
Category
Site Management

Overview

The Electrical Site Supervisor is responsible for leading large installation projects. This includes drawing up the installation project plan, containing objectives, project organization, planning & cost calculations, in consultation with the Project Manager. The Electrical Site Supervisor reports directly to the Project Manager.

Responsibilities

  • Play a leading role in the realization of the installation project plan which includes managing quality, time, costs, & provision of information.
  • Developing & executing a project safety plan.
  • Providing input and support to the Site Manager and the Commissioning & Testing team.
  • Create daily, weekly and monthly project status reports.
  • Managing the electrical activities including sub-contractors.
  • Understanding & managing the interests & expectations of all stakeholders.
  • Assure site quality.
  • Acquire commissioning support.
  • Coordinate electrical field change orders/estimates.
  • Coordinate punch list.
  • Oversee receiving, distribution and documentation of materials.
  • Create supply chain status report.
  • Oversee site warehouse and procurement.
  • Troubleshooting site installation issues.

Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:

 

  • Completion of a one or two- year college program in electrical or electronics engineering technology.
  • 10+ years of experience in material handling or baggage handling projects.
  • Experience with installing Siemens controls systems is a must have, including working with distributed controls systems and Local Motor Starters (LMS) driven systems.
  • Experience with installing, testing and troubleshooting ProfiNet, ProfiBus, ASi and ControlNet industrial networks.
  • Experience with installation and commissioning of Individual Carrier Systems (ICS) in automation systems, preferably baggage handling.
  • Detailed knowledge of general construction practices.
  • Proven ability to develop and understand detailed schedules Worker’s Compensation Board (WCB) 30-hour certified or equivalent (e.g. Standard First Aid).
  • Must be able to obtain a security clearance pass.

 

Knowledge-Skills-Abilities:     

 

  • Track record of excellent leadership capability to create a unified and motivated project team.
  • Excellent verbal & written communication skills.
  • Must be able to lift, push, pull or carry objects (50 lbs.), use abdominal & lower back muscles to provide support over time without fatigue & to readily walk back & forth across the project; climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crunch, &/or crawl & climb and maneuver narrow stairs.

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