Project Manager - Aftermarket

Project Manager - Aftermarket

  • Location

    South Africa

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  • Contact:

    Nicole Hancock

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  • Job ref:

    JN -102018-90832

  • Published:

    6 months ago

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A leading oil and gas services company is currently looking for a seasoned Project Manager with customer service experience to join their team in Port Elizabeth. 


  • Create and document required work scopes of the project such as quotations, proposals, purchase orders and change orders as required through the duration of the project.
  • Responsible for all project planning activities including scope identification, creation of the Project Execution Plan (PEP) and documentation gathering.
  • Issue and track purchase orders for parts and services for internal and 3rd party requirements.
  • Responsible for project execution including scope execution and issuance of project certifications.
  • Maximize financial results by monitoring / reporting all activities to ensure
  • accurate costing and forecasting of gross margins.
  • Maintain awareness of critical path activities affecting customer sensitive
  • project deadlines; build contingency plans and implement recovery plans.
  • Collaborate with both regional and local Aftermarket representatives (Service, Spares, Repair, Engineering, Sales, Accounting/Finance, etc) to maximise support, planning, project execution and customer experience.
  • Build and strengthen relationships with customer, suppliers and vendors.
  • Responsible for monitoring and controlling projects which includes risk
  • management, change management and progress management, reporting and project close out.


  • Project Management is essential for this position! 
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering and/ or Business Management 
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification would be preferred 
  • Customer experience and internal stakeholder experience throughout the project lifecycle is needed.