Entry level position within the Project Management department.
The position allows someone to develop their project management and leadership skills while studying under a seasoned project manager. The position will begin as support for other project managers in a way that allows learning of the water treatment industry, our different market segments, and our internal processes and procedures. The Associate Project Manager will help build O&M manuals, submittals, and other documents required for project execution. The position will not start as a customer facing position for the first 6 months to 1 year and will gradually help build the skills to allow the Associate Project Manager to take on smaller projects after the training period has ended.
Two-year degree or four-year degree, or equivalent experience.
Less than 1 year project management experience or other related position within the production or fabrication industries.
Experience with project management software tools for scheduling and budgeting. Familiar with project management requirements of managing budgets, schedule, and customer relationships.
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