Vice President, EPC Operations

Posted: 06/30/2021
Full Time
Los Angeles, CA
The responsibilities of the Vice President, EPC Operations, include the leadership, management, performance, and achievement of all EPC projects. Responsible for EPC projects’ P&L, cost center management, and operational efficiencies.
  • Provide strategic leadership for a portfolio of projects and mitigate potential risk by being proactive in assessing and addressing potential issues.
  • Ensure that site-level safety practices and protocols are implemented.
  • Establish project goals and provide direction for projects from development through the construction phase.
  • Provide input to the to the pre-engineering and constructability reviews.
  • Improve procurement of long-lead equipment.
  • Assist the pre-construction development team with contracting strategy.
  • Participate in the prequalification of all contractors to ensure the best opportunity for contract execution.
  • Ensure that safety, quality, cost, environmental, landowner, and legal requirements are achieved or exceeded while accomplishing project objectives.
  • Create and ensure that financial processes are in place to maximize project profitability.
  • Perform technical feasibility analysis of permitting, design and constructability to support underwriting and financing.
  • Provide tactical and strategic leadership to a staff of project managers and construction managers to ensure that scopes, schedules, and budgets are organized for the project.
  • Establish an effective, flexible, responsive field construction team.
  • Ensure that team utilizes project controls, scheduling, and planning to optimize project performance.
  • Ensure team’s compliance with governmental regulations and business practices.
  • Ensure team’s compliance with company policies and procedures.
  • Bachelor’s degree in business, real estate and/or finance, project management, or related major in a technical area of study preferred. Master’s degree preferred.
  • Minimum of 15 years’ work experience in infrastructure development-related fields including construction, finance, design, urban planning, government regulatory agencies, campus management, project management.
  • Relevant experience in renewable energy or renewable fuels, water and waste and communications infrastructure related fields.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of the market dynamics and real estate values in a given area/region.
  • Strong design and construction experience.
  • Ability to forecast cost at completions, schedule impacts, and possible mitigations.
  • Prior experience in a supervisory position (direct report responsibilities) required.
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