The successful candidate will be part of the EU Design and Construction team and will be responsible for actively coordinating, tracking and supporting our pan-
EU specialist logistics building program.
The role will be based in Luxembourg and will involve occasional travel to locations within EU.
Main responsibilities are :
Supervise and lead the Design & Construction Program, to ensure the team meets the goals and objectives of the wider program.
Oversees the establishment, creation and distribution or reports.
Provides verbal and written communication regarding project status, risks and opportunities. Responsible for presenting status information for all projects, in all activities performed by the team.
Responsible for collecting data from other systems, updating reports, releasing information to meet schedules, creating a proactive communication plan to track and manage stakeholder information.
Develop, implement and maintain unified platform tools, information systems and leverage analytics and data visualization to support reporting and decision making process.
Manages risks reports, and track the implementation of solutions. Support integration with other teams where needed.
Supports the team, in communicating program changes and other information.
Development and management of KPI’s, targeting continuous improvement.
Bachelor's degree in business management, engineering, architecture or construction management
5+ years of experience in business administration or program / project management
Strong verbal and written communication skills with effective communication across cultures. Fluency in English required.
Excellent working knowledge using MS Excel, MS Project
University Degree, Master in Engineering or Architecture (or science / technology) +MBA
5+ years of experience managing projects from ideation phase to implementation
Proficiency in Data management systems, CRM and Business Intelligence tools : Tableau, MS Project, Salesforce, SharePoint development, MS SQL, Etc
Didactic skills and experience
Speak other EU languages