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New Center Development Manager

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Domino's Pizza Ann Arbor , MI 48103

Posted 4 months ago

This position is responsible for the overall successful management of the construction and completion of new supply chain centers within the Supply Chain Division. This position will be responsible for creating a project plan template for new center roles and managing individual center construction projects.

Project Planning and Process Improvement

  • Collaborate with internal stakeholders to create a feasible project plan template applicable to all new center builds by aligning with Dominos new center business plans.

  • Communicate and seek feedback from various Dominos departments such as procurement, legal, people first and finance to complete successful and timely builds of new Supply Chain Centers.

  • Define the project's scope, analyzing resources, estimating time and financial commitment.

  • Develop criteria and participate in the hiring of site specific construction management personnel

  • Understand external factors that may impact the project time line by researching local, state and federal ordinances and collaborating with departments within Dominos.

  • Assemble and lead a project team (both internal and external) and ensure accountability of tasks by team members.

  • Define, schedule and accurately estimate project task durations to develop and maintain a realistic schedule.

  • Ensure general contractor adherence to published timelines help formulate plans to course correct if necessary.

  • Partner with Finance and Supply Chain Services to create an estimate of cost, monitor the actual spend, adjust budget accordingly and keep stakeholders informed.

  • Maintain open lines of dialog between all stakeholders, vendors and other various entities by creating a constant stream of communication.

  • Seek feedback from stakeholders and team members regarding the project plan and progress.

  • Determine potential risks and threats by analyzing local conditions and unplanned delays. Prepare for outlying situations by creating contingency plans.

  • Constantly measure plan progress and communicate progress effectively to senior leadership.

  • Accurately document project plans using PM tools.

  • Develop a system to memorialize all plans, communications, change orders, Etc. so information is accessible in the future.

Construction Management

  • Manage the flow of communication and messaging regarding new center builds by including key stakeholders

  • Work with site coordinators and general contractors to plan and coordinate all phases and aspects of the construction process including working with various Dominos Departments including but not limited to hiring contractors, resolving issues, working with engineers, architects, vendors and local building authorities.

  • Manage the time line of all new center builds ensuring that internal stakeholders are looped in at appropriate times.

  • Work with procurement to establish negotiated rates for building equipment, furnishings etc.

  • Issue project reports and construction status updates on a set cadence to appropriate levels of the organization

  • Ensure that all local, state and federal ordinances are adhered to throughout all phases of the project.

  • Oversee Field Contractors assigned to each new center site.

  • Review expectations and criteria for new center builds gain alignment with key stakeholders document alignment and differences of expectations.

  • Continuously review design documents and ensure that all project timelines are met, and contingency plans are in place.

  • Collaborate with various internal departments to develop site utilization plan, project staffing requirements.

  • As necessary, collaborate with various departments on the coordination of permitting from federal, state and local entities.

  • Anticipate regional concerns/issues and potential roadblocks.

  • Maintain continuous knowledge of job site expenditures/back charges/change orders.

  • Conduct trade pre-construction meetings by coordinating with vendors, key stakeholders and Supply Chain leadership.

  • Ensure job completion by developing punch lists from all stakeholders, verify document remediation of punch list items.

  • Ensure that each site obtains a certificate of occupancy and other government approvals.

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New Center Development Manager

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