What you will do
Support our Fire Domain electronic systems sales team as a local market technical asset. As a resident subject matter expert you will evaluate opportunities to develop/suggest appropriate bills of material, strategy, and course of action. You will conduct site surveys comparing and revising both floor and site plans to suggest equipment and originate system layouts. You will interact with design professionals and contractors to explain and suggest our material, method, and offerings. You will serve as a local market industry relations technical leader applying your prior experience, skills, and intimate knowledge of people, product, and process to successfully navigate local market conditions to winnable outcomes.
How you will do it
Securing and or originate initial project documentation and tracking updates/addenda
Downloading and saving specifications and drawing sets. Compare addenda specifications and drawings to original sets to identify changes in scope
Developing specifications and drawing sets to quote opportunities lacking an identifiable design professional in responsible charge
Developing project scope of work
Conducting project take-offs to determine equipment counts based upon project specifications and drawings
Authoring documents that clearly describe the project scale and scope for the Sales Executive to be delivered with the JCI bid documents. These are typically Word documents, but may also include control system, and network riser drawings that include the systems to be controlled, quantities of controlled devices, and scope exclusions.
Creating systems layouts and quoting scope where opportunities lack an identifiable design professional in responsible charge
Soliciting electrical installation quotes from local subcontractors
Authoring of pre-contract RFPs, including scopes of work as above, project scheduling, bonding requirements, etc.
Continual communication between JCI and 3 to 5 subcontractors, including answering questions and clarifying scope information requests.
Assuring initial and any updated scope is shared equally between all subcontractors
Soliciting vendor quotes for non-JCI material
Identification from the specifications and drawings which required material must be purchased externally.
Identifying representatives or distributors of the required material and soliciting pricing accordingly.
As needed, share specification sections, and develop material schedules for vendors to use as scope guidance.
Creating and managing project risk logs
Identifying scope items from the specifications and drawings offering potential to add or remove costs from the project bid price.
Identifying scope items from the specifications and drawings that do not add or remove costs from the project bid price, but may influence the way the project is sold and managed.
Clearly identify the risk management strategy for each item identifying necessary costs associated with each item as needed.
Conducting management pricing reviews
Developing strategically appropriate Bills of Material tailored to each project opportunity
Clear communication of the project scope, pricing approaches, risk, and unusual job characteristics for differing management audiences.
Maintaining agenda, topic, and time discipline to assure all relevant discussion items are covered and discussed.
Track, maintain, analyze, and report your daily activities to document productivity for senior management on a weekly, monthly, and annual basis
Research, acquire, organize, and maintain the local markets technical resource library of Codes, Standards, Product Literature, and Estimating Tools
Actively engage and assist your local markets building design community (Architectural, MEP, and Contracting Firms) championing our Products and Services to influence specification share favorable to JCI
Subject Matter Expert mastery of applicable Codes, Standards, Material, and Methods of your specialty
Calling on Architectural, MEP, and Contracting firms to educate, answer questions, and author project specifications
Actively engage and assist your local markets industry relations activities (Inspection/AHJ/ Industry Groups) championing our Products and Services to influence favorable opinion of JCI
Subject Matter Expert mastery of applicable Codes, Standards, Material and Methods of your specialty
Maintaining professional licenses, intervention in disputes / de-conflicting situations, and participating in/hosting industry events
What we look for
The following skills/experience are expected for consideration:
Strong familiarity with project specifications
Familiarity with project bidding practices
Basic field drafting / floor plan editing skills
Subject matter experience at an expert level
Knowledge of applicable Codes and Standards
Excellent organizational skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Excellent presentation skills
Authoritative public speaking experience
Excellent ability to document project tasks, decisions, and steps taken for future reference
Strong ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously without delay to the project schedule or confusion between projects
Emotional maturity and professional behavior on job sites and during review meetings
Strong ability to self-manage day-to-day workload and project tasks
Ability to be managed by a remotely located manager
Meet expectations of performance management, including volume of projects supported, maintaining average team efficiencies of hours spent per dollar of sell price, and mitigating installed project slippage through strong estimating processes.
Ability to conduct on-site retrofit surveys with self-scheduled light regional travel.
College Degree Associates minimum, Bachelor's preferred in Engineering, Construction related, or Business major
Relevant NICET Certification at LEVEL IV in your assigned area of expertise
Applicable Professional Trade License/s and/or Industry Certifications awarded at a senior level
Established professionals currently serving in a complementary capacity within the JCI organization
Who we are:
Johnson Controls is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. For more information, please view EEO is the Law. If you are an individual with a disability and you require an accommodation during the application process, please visit www.johnsoncontrols.com/tomorrowneedsyou.
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