Controls Project Manager I


A Controls Project Manager I is responsible for leading a team of professionals in completing projects by a set deadline to uphold business initiatives. They will be responsible for planning and delivering projects of medium to large size and complexity, developing budgets hands-on, and providing leadership to the project team. Their duties include monitoring and controlling the budget for the project and advocating for additional funding when necessary, contracting professionals, or selecting project team members from existing departments, and setting, or adjusting, project schedules to adhere to deadlines. Additionally, they will allocate project resources with the assistance of a Team Lead, establish subcontract agreements, monitor for contractual risk mitigations as it adheres to the stakeholders, and ensure delivery of controls systems that meets, or exceeds, TGW quality standards and processes.

What you’ll be handling

•    Creating long- and short-term plans, including setting targets for milestones and adhering to deadlines within scope.
•    Work closely with Program Managers, Controls Engineers, and cross-functional teams to plan and drive the execution of engineering activities.
•    Manage contracts with vendors and suppliers by assigning tasks and communicating expected deliverables.
•    Monitor and analyze project metrics to identify weaknesses or problems and to propose operational improvements and cost savings for future projects.
•    Coordinate with all Functional Project Managers to ensure a functioning cross-departmental schedule and testing plan is developed.
•    Ability to acquire OSHA 10 Certification within first 6 months.

What you’ll need

•    Bachelor's Degree in the engineering field of study preferred, or equivalent work experience with knowledge of electronic, electrical, and automation engineering.
•    Proven working experience in project management and experience with project management software tools (Visio, MS Project, etc.).
•    Passionate for team-based planning, problem-solving, and wholehearted commitment to building strong partnerships to support project goals.
•    Excellent client-facing and internal communication skills as well as written and verbal communication skills.
•    Experience working directly with clients on business development as well as project management, requiring credible negotiation, analytical, and leadership skills.
•    Willingness to travel (30-50%) and/or relocate.

What you'll receive

TGW offers full medical, dental, and vision benefits, 401K with company match, tuition reimbursement, competitive pay with PTO package offerings, along with safety shoe, protective eyewear, and fitness reimbursement. 


TGW is an equal opportunity employer.

Lauren Soderberg
In this position, you can expect the following benefits, among others.


*TGW is an employer that promotes equal opportunities. We invite everybody interested in this job to apply.