Sr Project Engineer, Engineering Services PMO

Responsible for wide range of ES and possibly other RA program/project activities, including initiating, documenting, tracking and managing projects with medium to high complexity and scope.
Key contributor to the Engineering Services Program Management Office through project management, applying Lean principles, analyzing and resolving problems, managing data collection, performing data analysis and suggesting appropriate methods for displaying and reporting the data to show the message the data represents. The position requires the ability to prioritize, manage multiple priorities, provide deliverables, and manage projects to resolution within schedule. This person must be able to work independently as an individual contributor, put structure around vague concepts, and must be able to team well other OES functions and Product Business Units. Must be creative, attentive to detail, results-oriented, and have strong decision making and communication skills.
Skills/Knowledge, Experience and Education:
Knowledgeable in project management and Lean tools and techniques and applies as appropriate. Demonstrates the ability to successfully lead the implementation of multiple large scale projects & interface effectively to stakeholders.
Adapts to and influences change, has the ability to identify actions needed, creates plans and acts upon them. Embraces change; anticipates and/or responds quickly and constructively to changing market conditions, requirements and priorities; helps others do same.
Consistently moves problems towards resolution when encountering obstacles, uncertain conditions, or situations where lack of data or conflicting data means that there is no clear "right" choice. Drives successful execution of new initiatives and projects by fulfilling individual responsibilities related to the effort and obtaining valuable contributions from others.
Ability to investigate, learn and apply new things quickly, makes sense out of ambiguity & takes complex ideas and situations and put in a format for others to understand easily. Able to collect, organize and analyze information leading to an outcome, derive conclusions and make recommendations.
Sets example for team/peers by modeling and promoting Rockwell Automation values and ethical standards. Balances individual goals and team and/or business goals. Prioritizes and balances long-term, big-picture concerns and objectives with day-to-day activities and helps others do same. Aligns own actions and the actions of others with those priorities and plans. Addresses conflict and other barriers to collaboration directly and constructively and adapts to cultural norms and expectations when appropriate. Demonstrates confidence and maintains a positive demeanor during periods of uncertainty and conflict.
Communicates clearly and persuasively, in both oral and written form. Seeks and incorporates relevant perspectives when assessing a situation and/or making decisions. Helps others express their point of view clearly; demonstrates clear understanding of those viewpoints.
EOE, M/F/Disabled, Vet

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