Tool Install PM
Responsible for delivering Tool Install construction projects using multiple project delivery and execution strategies at a competitive advantage. Responsibilities include planning, directing, and coordinating activities pertaining to production tools installation related construction projects. Responsibilities may include development of the contracting strategy, project scope, schedules, approval requirements, project budgets, quality and change controls. Develops timeline of project approval requirements. Interacts with customer staff, coordinates resources and schedule. Manages design output, design budgets, and performance management of the architectural and engineering vendor. Assures accuracy of financial forecasts with tie-in to project schedules. Manages the indirect budget, forecasts trades resources, resolves resource conflicts, and coordinates trades mobilization. Engaged in contract and legal negotiations, incident investigation, staff safety training, and project assessment. Ensures projects are completed according to project plans. Plan/manage programs and/or projects to meet specific objectives or goals. Identify tasks, determine dependencies, identify and assign specific resources, communicate expectations to team members, review scope and duration estimates from team members, and create/track the project schedule, scope and budget. Use judgment in data analysis to develop and design solutions for moderately complex processes. Maintain installation schedule for responsible functional areas as well controlling schedule duration changes Assess problem/task risk and identify issues. Monitor/report out progress against schedule and develop resolution for schedule impacts Coordinate resources with other functions. Review user and technical requirements for completeness and clarity. Create plans and schedule work to meet schedule milestones and deadlines to ensure the completion of several related tasks.
Inside this Business Group
Prefer a BS in Engineering, Project Management or Equivalent over 5 years project management experience. Semiconductor facilities background is preferred. Be very familiar with project management process including positioning, design, bidding and contracting, construction, testing and commissioning, project close out. Detailed Planning, Scheduling and strong written/verbal communication skills. Construction along with Process and/or Factory Operations knowledge would be an added advantage. Knowledge of semiconductor facilities processes, systems and technical challenges. Knowledge of Construction materials properties, use, and installation .Flexibility and adaptability to changing environment conditions. Good time management skills. Proactive and cooperative approach. Computer literate with knowledge of Microsoft Office products. English language skills. Good verbal and written communications skills .Excellent interpersonal skills .Able to read and understand P&ID, shop drawings and cut sheets .Establish the ability to execute successfully. Demonstrate a commitment to Intel and Construction group objectives. Show experience in successfully working through difficult situations in a team environment.
Non-Volatile Solutions Memory Group: The Non-Volatile Memory Solutions Group is a worldwide organization that delivers NAND flash memory products for use in Solid State Drives (SSDs), portable memory storage devices, digital camera memory cards, and other devices. The group is responsible for NVM technology design and development, complete Solid State Drive (SSD) system hardware and firmware development, as well as wafer and SSD manufacturing.