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Working in Strategy and Transitions provides many opportunities to interact with all levels of leadership, across all functions, and all products lines in the Building Technology business, resulting with a direct impact to the Building Technology financial performance.
Project Management: The Project Manager leads cross function teams (IT, finance, materials management, engineering, quality, ISC, etc.) to create detailed project plans, followed by leading the project execution for sourcing transitions into/out of manufacturing and Distribution sites worldwide. Projects may be generated from company acquisitions, divestures, and/or consolidation opportunities. Key success criteria includes meeting / exceeding project schedules, meeting internal and external customer metrics, and meeting budget plans.
Project Planning and Execution: The Project Manager must have strong business acumen and teamwork skills to develop project budgets, schedules, risk assessments and mitigation plans for insourcing/outsourcing of manufacturing and distribution center transitions. The Project Manager is accountable to senior leadership that championed the project and to meet the financial targets and project schedules.
Leadership Communication: The Project Manager is responsible for timely leadership communication with functional leaders, status presentations, and in person presentations to the Building Technology Leadership Team. These communications include taking responsibility for the success of the project, identifying help needed, and creating confidence during difficult projects.