|Location:||Toledo, OH||Country:||United States||Job Code:||2623||Position Type:||Salary|
Founded in 1847,
Cleveland-Cliffs Inc. is the largest and oldest independent iron ore mining company in the United States. We are a
major supplier of iron ore pellets to the North American steel industry from our mines and pellet plants located
in Michigan and Minnesota. Additionally, we operate an iron ore mining complex in Western Australia. By 2020,
Cliffs expects to be the sole producer of hot briquetted iron (HBI) in the Great Lakes region with the development
of its first production plant in Toledo, OH. Driven by the core values of safety, social, environmental and
capital stewardship, our employees endeavor to provide all stakeholders with operating and financial transparency.
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The Project Controls Lead is responsible for
executing all project controls processes and developing systems in support of the IronUnits LLC (Toledo HBI
Operations) controls function. This role interfaces with the project team to define scope of work, need for change
to budgets and schedules, and identification of variances from the original plan. Additional responsibilities
include working closely with contractors to ensure established requisitions, contracts and agreed requirements are
- Completely performs all
aspects of project control activities with overlying objective to ensure project is completed on-time and on
direction, guidance and oversight to project contractors regarding project controls activities and
and consistently communicate to leadership areas of concern related to cost controls, change orders, and
contractor cooperation throughout project.
- Develop variance analysis models
that are easily interpreted by non-financial team members.
- May be required to develop
databases, systems and processes in support of the project controls function.
- Collects, interprets, validates,
and inputs data into the project control tracker and provides output to the project team.
- Work closely with project
director andcontrollerto develop the controls structure, Ellipse/Hyperion set-up, and provide cost analysis and
control during the engineering, pre-construction, construction and commissioning activities.
- Develop and maintain positive,
cooperative, team oriented relationships with co-workers, managers, clients, contractors, and others in contact
with the job.
continuity of all contracts and purchase orders.
- Review and provide analysis of
engineering, vendor and contractor’s resource budgets and forecasts. Coordinate with project team on all
cost control activities.
- Deliver reporting/ progress
measurement per contract and internal requirements. Provide schedule and financial visibility to the project
- Assists in managing
and maximizing project cost savings.
- Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance, or may consider a
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering with strong financial acumen.
- 1-5 years of related experience
- Industrial/petrochemical processing experience desired
- Exceptional analytical skills and the ability to perform ad hoc
project data analysis to effectively evaluate project performance, diagnose project issues and use of recovery
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
to interface with and relate complex concepts/issues with all levels
- Ability to work under minimal supervision and effectively manage
- Proficiency in financial
databases and software.
- Teamwork- Insures Leader Standard work practices in work area are well understood and direct
reports work together to carry the specific tasks out. Participates on teams as a leader or team member.
Demonstrates cooperation with all departments during planning sessions and provides resources to other areas when
- Integrity- Is known for honesty with
team and management. Follows through answering questions and requests. Does not dodge or ignore issues. Acts on
outstanding and poor performance. Does not "walk by" uncomfortable situations.
- Trust, Respect, and Open
Communications- Treats fellow employees and subordinates with
respect; willing to actively listen to others. Follows through on your promises, or explains when cannot do so.
Does not ignore problems, is clear in expectations. Seeks honest input subordinates, allows decision making
authority whenever possible, and explains to others the basis for decisions affecting them.
- Thinks and Acts
Strategically-Takes time to step back and look at big picture
before taking action. Develops 1-year plans to produce results. Able to simplify issues and implement a plan to
- Change and
Adaptability-Strives for continuous improvements in processes.
Constantly challenges current thinking regarding people and processes and recommends changes to improve. Treats
change as an opportunity for learning and growth.