Installation Project Manager

Toshiba Medical Systems
Oct 06, 2016
Oct 19, 2016
Employer Type
Direct Employer
Employment Type
Full Time
Toshiba America Medical Systems, Inc., a world leader in diagnostic imaging, is in search of qualified candidates to fill our open positions. Toshiba offers a competitive salary and benefits package, we support a diverse workplace and are an equal opportunity employer. We invite you to join TAMS and become part of our Toshiba family. In this position you will serve as the key interface for planning and managing the customer preparation process for all equipment. Manage each new equipment installation or relocation in relation to planning, construction and equipment deliveries as well as providing on going projections for site ready date; Request TAMS equipment Preliminary site drawings and Final site drawings in accordance with the published Site Planning Department process. Ensure proper turnaround time expectations are set with both external customer and internal customer; Forecast revenue timing for assigned projects. Ensure the site readiness for equipment deliveries and installations. Obtain Customer and Contractor acceptance of TAMS Site readiness criteria. Ensure equipment is not delivered until the site meets minimum site readiness standards. Escalate all non compliance to TAMS equipment siting specifications to Zone Sales & Service Management prior to equipment delivery; Manage equipment backlog to accelerate the order to cash cycle of the backlog while maintaining a high level of customer satisfaction. Notify Regional Director of Operations of equipment backlog without clear path to installation and revenue and coordinate and participate in internal pre- and post-installation meetings to ensure all sales order issues are identified and site preparation is completed to TAMS specifications. Resolve issues encountered and implement corrective actions while communicating to all parties affected. You will also Initiate, lead, and document communication with customer/customer's agents and TAMS Sales and Service personnel involved in each new equipment installation or relocation. Includes written concurrence relative to milestones and timelines; Travel to equipment installation locations; manage meetings and survey sites to ensure proposed equipment location will meet Toshiba specifications and regulatory compliance; Direct and lead the customer through the site drawing, equipment delivery and installation process. Make appropriate suggestions / recommendations with respect to equipment location to ensure clinical functionally of the equipment as well as serviceability. Includes obtaining customer agreement and signature on all drawings before construction start; Responsible to meet or exceed overall project timelines while maximizing installation efficiencies and customer satisfaction; Review and/or facilitate coordination of Turnkey opportunities (e.g. review Scope of Works/Divisions); Provide mentoring and leadership for fellow project managers as needed for projects in each modality and general knowledge of local and federal codes relating to the installation of medical imaging equipment. Qualifications Position Requisites Degree in Project Management or equivalent experience. 5+ years coordinating installation projects within the diagnostic imaging industry. Working knowledge of construction documents and site development preferred. Able to understand site and equipment technical requirements (HVAC, electrical, mechanical, environmental) to include reading of site specific floor plans, drawings, specifications and working knowledge of CAD. Able to manage own work and accomplish objectives through others without supervision. Successfully completed all certification training and CBT for product and planning on all modalities. General knowledge of diagnostic imaging equipment with emphasis on CT, MR and Vascular. General experience using Microsoft applications (e.g., Word, MS Projects, Excel). Familiarity with Gant charts and other project tracking methods. Proven ability in developing and maintaining effective internal and external working relationships. Strong working knowledge of installation process and equipment application. Proven ability in project management with excellent organizational and communication skills. Working Conditions Working environment has an element of disagreeableness such as noise, heat cold or dust which is not continuous but is fairly frequent. Occasional exposure to serious potential injury or health hazard such as severe burns, fractures or similar disablement's. Significant travel required as well as overnight stays. Requires repetitive, continuous physical activity requiring the handling of light to medium weight materials, tools or equipment to 25 pounds. Apply to Job Email A Friend Apply to Job [ back to top ]