South San Francisco
California, United States of America
The Principal Project Controls Engineer assumes a governance role on the Project Review Committee and is responsible for ensuring all projects have an appropriate project controls plan, aligned with the risk profile for the project and with internal Roche guidelines. Ensures project goals are met using those established standards. Applies the broad principles and best practices of Total Cost Management in the planning, execution and management of each project. Establishes and sets objectives for project/cost controls on each project, ensuring sound financial stewardship by developing strategies, forecasting resource needs, and identifying needed resources. Supports annual and long range capital planning with cash flow projections etc. Manages bi-annual accrual process in collaboration with Roche finance groups. Provides strategic leadership to continual process improvements, and supports internal and external audits. The Principal Project Controls Engineer also assumes a leadership role in the management of the Design & Construction Group’s partnership with service providers and ensures the partnership provides optimal value to Site Services in project cost, risk management, schedule and overall delivery. Oversees 3-4 cost engineers and the coordination with scheduling activities.
The Principal Project Controls Engineer performs independently and without appreciable direction. Exercises independent judgment in methods and techniques for obtaining results. Serves as consultant and advisor to internal management and as an internal/external spokesperson for the Project Controls group on projects on matters pertaining to its policies, plans, objectives and business operations.
Qualifications: Education, Experience, Knowledge and Skills:
(Preferred experience and skills)
This position is based in South San Francisco, CA. Some travel may be required.
This position reports to the Director, Portfolio Management and Project Controls Groups.
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