Interior Project Engineer

MSB Global Resources Seattle , WA 98164

Posted 3 weeks ago

What Intrigues you about Interiors Project Engineer?

  • Establishing and track KPIs that highlight bottlenecks,
  • Identifying performance concerns against a plan.
  • Maintaining Risks & Opportunity register on Sharepoint ,
  • Resourcing plan monitoring loading,
  • Providing support to PM /GL tasks as necessary
  • Supporting Microsoft Project Updates and weekly reports
  • Preparation of material and facilities for Engineering Meetings.
  • Governance reporting work for PMO/EMO, Daily/ Weekly/monthly.
  • Chase Stakeholders and hold accountable for information’s provided.
  • Keeping JCAB test schedule Topical for CMO before submission.
  • Prepping IPT PM reviews.
  • Supporting Budget Planning and tracking.
Still Excited? Here's what it takes to catch our attention.
  • + 5 years of Aerospace Project experience, with aircraft Interiors knowledge preferred.
  • Fluent in English, with Japanese language skills desirable.
  • Good computer skills (MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Microsoft Propject) .
  • Attention to Detail and Organized.
  • Ability to interact respectfully with others.
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Interior Project Engineer

MSB Global Resources