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Fire Alarm Systems Associate Project Manager – Norcross, GA

  • Norcross, USA
  • Sales

Job description

Here at Siemens, we take pride in enabling sustainable progress through technology. We do this through empowering customers by combining the real and digital worlds. Improving how we live, work, and move today and for the next generation! We know that the only way a business thrives is if our people are thriving. That is why we always put our people first. Our global, diverse team would be happy to support you and challenge you to grow in new ways. Who knows where our shared journey will take you? 

Our Smart Buildings help to create efficient, safe, adaptable, and responsible environments. Our aim isn’t just about improving buildings; it’s about creating perfect places that improve people’s lives.  

Our Associate Project Managers are responsible for supporting the Project Management team with the successful execution of projects, from project initiation through final closeout. You will work in a matrix style organization requiring excellent coordination skills and the ability to manage competing priorities. The Associate Project Manager role comes with ample opportunities for growth, reflective of Siemens mission to empower people with a growth mindset. As a customer-facing team, we keep customer satisfaction at the forefront as we manage large projects in a fast-paced environment.

As an Associate Project Manager, you will:

  • Support the project manager during all phases of the project including milestone deliverables, documentation, case management, and financial aspects.
  • Develop and deliver monthly status reports, customer progress reports, customer change proposals, and presentations to management and internal/external stakeholders on an as-needed basis and drive final customer acceptance milestones including completion of all documentation requirements, including commissioning, acceptance, and closing financial documentation.
  • Organize and deliver small-scale projects while being responsible for managing the finance, schedule, change orders, and customers and coordinate to develop and maintain a project schedule and coordinate needs with the project and site teams. Identify time-sensitive project needs.
  • Track resources and project progress. Participate in customer meetings, drive them on behalf of project managers as needed and capture notes during all phases of the project: from project start to close and punch list meetings and capture punch list from site commissioning and drive closure through close coordination with Siemens field service technicians, customer care team, project managers, factory personnel and vendors. Attend meetings with customer and Siemens site team to update on progress site punch list.
  • Document project events that impact the acceptance schedule, scope of work, and project efficiency, identify solutions and review with project manager to drive actions to minimize schedule and cost impact to the project and orientate for project field service technicians and provide all necessary project documentation, including scope of work, drawings, applicable specifications, application-engineered drawings, project contacts, etc.
  • Schedule project-specific commissioning resources and provide commissioning documentation and ensure field service personnel scheduled to visit project sites have reviewed project documentation ahead of site visit.
  • Expedite the return of project-specific mark-ups during project development and support completion of project-specific close-out documentation and own and drive all aspects of the close milestone processing to achieve timely and clean project quality gates.
  • Work in a team environment providing dedicated support to our customers.

You will make an impact with these qualifications:  

Basic Qualifications:  

  • High School Diploma or state-recognized GED
  • Project management or engineering internship or related work experience
  • Basic knowledge and understanding of fire alarm systems or related; ability to read and understand basic electrical drawings and customer specifications.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and Microsoft Project
  • Legally authorized to work in the United States on a continual and permanent basis without company sponsorship
  • Must be 21 years of age and possess a valid driver's license with limited violations 
  • This position supports a Siemens customer that requires all employees and vendors to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 where permitted by applicable law and in accordance with an accommodation based on legally protected reasons

Preferred Qualifications:  

  • Construction industry experience
  • Associate degree in engineering or related field
  • Technical experience in the commercial fire industry
  • Knowledgeable in local and national (NFPA) fire alarm codes and regulations; ability to read and understand drawings and specifications, and electrical, network, and control wiring diagrams

You’ll benefit from: 

  • Siemens offers a variety of health and wellness benefits to our employees. Details regarding our benefits can be found here:
  • The pay range for this position is $48,650 - $83,400 and the annual incentive target is 5% of the base salary. The actual wage offered may be lower or higher depending on budget and candidate experience, knowledge, skills, qualifications and premium geographic location.  

Ready to create your own journey? Join us today and help create a better #TomorrowWithUs! 

About Siemens: 

We are a global technology company focused on industry, infrastructure, transport, and healthcare. From more resource-efficient factories, resilient supply chains, and smarter buildings and grids, to sustainable transportation as well as advanced healthcare, we create technology with purpose adding real value for customers.  

Our Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:   

We value your unique identity and perspective. We are fully committed to providing equitable opportunities and building a workplace that reflects the diversity of society. Come bring your authentic self and create a better tomorrow with us.  Learn more about our commitment to DEI here.  

Protecting the environment, conserving our natural resources, fostering the health and performance of our people as well as safeguarding their working conditions are core to our social and business commitment at Siemens. They are an integral part of our Business Conduct Guidelines and our corporate strategy.   


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