you have a passion to learn? Do you
pride yourself in being able to read technical documents and drawings and make
a system work? If so, then this Project Control Specialist Intern position
is for you.
Building Solutions (HBS) is part of Honeywell Building Technologies (HBT), a $9
billion strategic business group of Honeywell. HBS installs, integrates and maintains systems
that keep government, education, commercial and industrial facilities safe,
secure, comfortable, productive and efficient. HBS is also a global leader in energy
services, working with organizations and power providers to conserve energy,
optimize building operations and leverage renewable energy sources. Our expertise is found in a wide range of
services from maintaining building automation technology to building advanced
microgrids that provide onsite generation and energy security to delivering
comprehensive programs to help utilities and the electrical grid operate smarter. To learn more about Honeywell Building
Solutions, please visit https://buildingsolutions.honeywell.com.
Project Control Specialist Intern is responsible for assisting the Honeywell
Project Managers (PM) in the successful implementation of Energy Projects by
coordinating and monitoring on-site work activities performed primarily through
subcontractors. This position will
assist with the management of the overall relationship with the customer
including technical or logistical issues that may arise with the implementation
of the project plan. Primary function will be to interface with the Project
Manager and customer to manage subcontractors efficiently and effectively to complete
the project on time and with a satisfied customer. Good communication skills
are required as this individual will have interaction with the Project Manager,
subcontractors, the owner’s representative and ultimately the facility
operators. This position will require a foundational
knowledge of construction and construction activities. This person will be required to read and
interpret blueprints and understand trade terms and industry standards. Microsoft Project will be utilized to track
construction progress and to accurately forecast revenue for the job.
Assist with keeping projects on schedule
Assist in the review of all job contract documents for requirements and flow downs
Assist in the implementing and monitoring project schedules
Maintaining project meeting minutes and distribution
Reporting project progress to the Project Manager
Assist in the evaluation of subcontractor performance against requirements
Assist with commissioning and record keeping of Energy Control Measures
Assemble project closeout documents and warranties
Assist in the review of witness pre and post-test measurements
In progress to complete a 4-year Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical, Electrical or Energy systems Engineering
This role is suitable for rising seniors who will complete their degree between December 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022.
Must have US Citizenship or permanent residency (Green card) at the time of application
Valid Driver’s license with a clean driving record and access to a car to be able and willing to travel to local sites (will be reimbursed for mileage)
Relocation is not available for this role, so local candidates are preferred
Must possess strong communications skills to be able to successfully work with and balance the demands and needs of internal and external stakeholders including customers, trades people and Honeywell Project Managers
Some expertise with Microsoft Office including Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience with Microsoft project would be advantageous
Ability to convey technical ideas and concepts through team discussions, presentations and in writing.
Ability to work with cross-functional teams to meet expectations of internal and external customers
Willingness to learn and become familiar with different types of energy and water consuming systems and their efficient use
Honeywell is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants will be considered without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, nationality, sex, religion, or veteran status.