|部署・役職名||Project Manager – Supercharging|
We are looking for an excellent Project ＆ Business Manager that can autonomously drive all phases of our charging programs, including discovery, diligence, negotiation, closeout of projects, including technical management of installation － feasibility, layout utility design, easements, permitting, construction, and site commissioning.
The ideal candidate comes with strong personal drive, commercial acumen, curiosity and creativity to drive business and customer experience forward. You are expected to hit the ground running, influence cross－functional project teams, deliver through and motivate internal and external stakeholders. You have high standards, possesses self－belief to work through ambiguity and a fast－paced dynamic environment with multiple and changing priorities.
The candidate is also preferred to have solid hands－on experience managing infrastructure projects （up to thirty at a time across multiple prefectures, demonstrates initiative, clear－headed problem solving, and mastery of the tactical details for each project.
You will tirelessly create opportunities, adapt to external factors and internal guidance, build and nurture relationships with stakeholders bringing high energy aggressively driving each project to completion.
• Develop and manage pipeline of charging opportunities that will serve current and future customers
• Develop and maintain relationships with key stakeholders
• Select location and do the feasibility analyses as per program strategy
• Develop and refine proposals with property owners, grid operators, governmental bodies and other key partners; Negotiate win－win solutions and close deals
• Work closely with internal and external stakeholders to improve customer experience, cost efficiency and timelines
• Work with internal legal counsel to draft, negotiate and close agreements
• Manages all phases of design, entitlement, and construction of our charging stand sites within a given territory. Success is measured by the number of sites successfully opened for public use.
• Attends field site visits for construction, engineering, utility, and cost viability. Provides site reports and sketches as needed.
• Reviews title reports for ownership, encumbrances, easements, and provides recommendation for construction viability.
• Plans, coordinates, approves, and reviews legal documents and plans for right－of－way/easement/property acquisitions.
• Serves as the liaison with utility company personnel to determine the best routing of primary electrical service.
• Meets with zoning/permitting personnel to understand jurisdictional approval requirements and opportunities for timeline reduction. Represents us and our charging stand program at public meetings. Tracks and manages status of all needed approvals.
• Reviews and approves construction bids and change orders. Provides support as needed to the general contractor during all phases of construction.
【必須（MUST）】• Highly organized, able to manage 20＋ projects in various phases simultaneously
• Internal communication and teamwork
• Native level of Japanese and proficient written and spoken English are required.
• Minimum 5 years project management, site acquisition, and/or site development experience. Prior work in telecom/solar/retail development as a project manager or electrical/utility installation manager is a plus.
• Ability to digest legal contract and suggest alternative path
• Aptitude in communicating and building B2B/G relationships with landlords, local jurisdictions, utility companies and other stakeholders throughout the project cycle.
• Autonomous, high－motor approach to execution and achievement
• Self－motivated and outspoken about what is needed to get a job done
• Excellent communicator, able to persuade and impact people from a wide range of roles and backgrounds
• Ability to think from both the customer’s perspective and the site host’s perspective
• Proven track record of developing, driving and closing business opportunities
• Working knowledge of power integration and utility design process.
• Skilled in reading, understanding and red－lining zoning and construction drawings, including utility designs and power distribution details. Cognizant of cost implications and able to make recommendations which benefit the bottom line.
• Ability to function autonomously, working independent of a support staff, without formal requirements documentation, in a fast－paced environment, ability to manage changing priorities.
• Acts in a scrappy and entrepreneurial manner to accomplish tasks with far fewer resources than a big company would have.
• Takes initiative; doesn’t accept the status quo, comes up with good ideas that improve the company as a whole, or our designs, processes, assemblies and/or results in cost reductions.
• Ability to identify the critical path issues and institute remedies.
• Ability to travel 50－75％ of the time required.