Audi is currently looking for a Project Leader who will be responsible for the management of the High Voltage Electrical Infrastructure of Audi Brussels production site.
Design and implement new construction, transformation or renovation projects, including (technical) variants while taking into account maintenance, energy and management costs and Audi’s current standards .
Lead and follow-up these projects on the electrical level within a project team; from design to delivery, including deadlines follow-up.
Supervise, coordinate and evaluate the design offices and suppliers, while ensuring an efficient communication.
Define the requirements, assess and compare the offers and give the right recommendations.
Examine technical problems and provide appropriate support, also to technicians.
Financial monitoring of the projects, approving invoices and ensuring the progress.
Draft specifications (procedures, regulations) for the low and high voltage components and installations.
Supervise the construction site, while ensuring compliance with the safety rules and procedures.
Knowledge of the legislation in force.
You have a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering or Electronics or equivalent experience.
You have 5 to 8 years of relevant professional experience in an industrial environment, in the implementation/management of electrical projects within a multidisciplinary team and with focus on high voltage (11KV / 36kV).
A thorough knowledge of high voltage networks is an asset; you follow high voltage trends, but also have knowledge in the field of low voltage.
You have good communication skills and enjoy working in a team.
You demonstrate assertiveness and diplomacy in negotiations with suppliers and internal customers.
You are result-oriented, while respecting the deadlines.
You have strong analytical skills.
You have strong computer skills (advanced command of MS Office, MS Project, Excel) and good knowledge of CAD / CAE (Microstation, Eplan).
You are fluent in Dutch and/or French and have a good knowledge of English and/or German.