Intel Progressive Build Construction Eng Design Manager in Santa Clara, California
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Job Responsibilities & Duties:
Owns the processes for project scope design development and reconciliation including keeping the entire project team aligned on basic project information and status. Management of the horizon list and change management is an ongoing responsibility.
Provides technical processes & resources to support the scope development for all phases in the Design Life Cycle.
Directs project engineering Discipline Leads in the use of schematic design, detailed design, construction document and IFC package analysis to reconcile both the budget and base scope of work documents prior to submission of the scope of work CPA request phased, interim, full-funding, etc. Analysis includes reviewing the current design package against the baseline scope of work document and any prior design release packages to date. All reconciled changes are incorporated into the budget and scope of work documents, including any schedule modification and / or changes if required
Responsible for the Design Components drawings, specs, details, equipment lists, etc... necessary to support procurement and construction in the execution phase including support of the funding process* Manages scope review process to address the following:
Layout releases - 3.0, 4.0 and future * Utility matrix changes - 2.5, 3.0, 4.0 and future * Value engineering - continuous process over the course of the project.
Schedule changes - review proposed changes against the current project schedule, reviewing A&E's contract schedule of deliverables against construction needs .
Transfer of POR documentation - ensures project engineering design team receives timely information as processes and systems are developed by PTD
Copy Exactly! / White Paper changes - Ensures Design scope and construction scope are in alignment with CE and Intel MDS and IMS requirements.
Changes due to field conditions - Provides necessary data, review, and feedback to all scope of work, logistics, and project specific conditions to assure alignment with site-specific requirements and the Design SOPs and CMP guidelines.
Coordinates Scope Demarcation process to align ownership for funding, design, and construction for Basebuild, Tool Install, AMHS, PSSS, and Flex "integrated" scope. The scope demarcation matrix is a tool to be utilized by project team to clearly define scope ownership for funding and delivering the project scope.
As the Design manager we need to drive consistent use of the scope demarcation matrix in the development of design to align VF performance benchmarks for schedule and cost. Incorporation of the scope demarcation will support design and procurement packaging strategies
Establishment and documentation of clear scope execution requirements for the project is essential. In the execution phase it is necessary to manage against the active scope of work, budget and schedule. Changes to the active scope documents throughout the execution phase must be reconciled against the "key" project triangle documents cost report, micro schedules, active scope of work
Develop RFP's for A&E work as needed by the Project. Request For Proposal RFP development for work packages narrative scope definition, detailed scope of work outlining constructability, milestone definitions, coordination, phases and site / existing conditions
Develop and track process for the following: Submittals, RFIs, Change Orders, Post IFC Design, Master Design Specs, Changes to Baseline IMDS/IMCS, Permitting Process, SDC, Facility Capability Gap Analysis Matrix, Design Closeout process including Red line monthly & final approval process, Record Drawing process & Closeout deliverables
Bachelor or Master preferred Degree in Engineering or Architecture
Minimum 7+ years of related work experience working in an architectural/engineering position with focus on industrial and the preferable semiconductor industry
This U.S. position is open to U.S. Workers Only. A U.S. Worker is someone who is either a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident, or a person granted Refugee or Asylum status by the U.S. Government. Intel will not sponsor a foreign national for this position.
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
Ability to work effectively as an individual with minimal direction, and as part of a larger team.
Ability to communicate strategic and tactical concepts across a wide range of employees engineering peers to operational technicians to management.
View Safety as a value and makes a commitment to establishing a safe work environment for self and others. Successful candidate must have a strong working knowledge of the IBC/IFC and other national codes and standards.
Significant experience in the design of industrial facilities with preference in semiconductor facilities.
Strong oral and written communication skills are a must.
The ability to manage multiple tasks, work independently, work effectively with different client groups and creatively solve problems a must.
Registered PE strongly preferred.
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