Siemens Service District Manager in Dallas, Texas
Service District Manager
Multiple Locations:Dallas, Texas; Hutchinson, Kansas; Woodward, Oklahoma; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Job Family: Project Management
Division: Wind Power and Renewables
Business Unit: Wind Power and Renewables
Requisition Number: 210979
Primary Location: United States-Texas-Dallas
Other Locations: United States-Oklahoma-Oklahoma City, United States-Oklahoma-Woodward, United States-Kansas-Hutchinson
Assignment Category: Full-time regular
Experience Level: Mid level
Education Required Level: Bachelor's Degree
Travel Required: 70%
About Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy
With a worldwide installed capacity of 75 GW, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has a presence in more than 90 countries and a team of 27,000 employees worldwide. Its end-to-end value chain presence encompasses onshore and offshores wind turbines design, manufacturing, installation as well as cutting-edge service solutions. The global headquarters and legal domicile of the company is located in Zamudio, Spain. The company is listed on the Spanish stock exchange
Job Description: District Manager – Wind Power Services
Drive the business performance of wind farms:
- Deliver profits equal to or exceeding original contract values by developing or implementing
VGPs or other process improvements, ensuring responsible operational expenses, and other
- Provide structured reporting on both operational and financial performance, at both prescheduled
project reviews and ad-hoc requests. Understand the financial system, and
therefore the impact and value of decision making on financial performance. Perform
independent and undirected analysis of sites’ metrics to ensure highest level of
- Deliver the on time completion of all scheduled services and retrofits, and the timely repair
of malfunctioning turbines, by ensuring adequate resources (people, tools, parts) are
available when needed.
Manage the relationship with customers:
- Perform as the customer’s Point Of Contact to Siemens, interacting in a congenial and
productive way. Ease our customers’ lives by making their dealings with Siemens simple
- Ensure the highest level of customer satisfaction, while still preserving the interests and
reputation of Siemens (e.g., financial performance).
- Drive rapid and satisfactory responses to customer inquiries, through independent research,
delegation of tasks to staff members, and/or collaboration with other organizations within
- Promote the services available through Siemens, to include contract extensions, parts sales,
modification/upgrade sales, etc., as available.
Lead and manage staff:
- Act as a model for the safety culture, ensuring:
oThe safety of our workforce is the highest priority,
oNo intentional or unintentional pressure is applied to bypass or minimize safetyrelated
oSafety equipment is always available, or work is stopped,
oAll components of the safety programs are supported (e.g., observations, risk
oEmployees are held accountable for their actions.
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- Constantly increase engagement of workforce by proactively addressing emerging concerns,
constant and complete communications at all levels, ensuring fairness in all matters.
- Ensure that the performance management process is adhered to for all staff in a fair and
timely manner. Promote employee development opportunities. Identify and
promote/progress staff members to ensure maximum benefit to the individual and the
business utilizing HR and Management approval processes.
- Carry out corrective action and the progressive discipline process when and where needed.
Holding all employees consistently accountable to the Siemens Standards of Conduct.
- Interact with all levels of the organization in a respectful and collaborative way.
This role is strongly focused on leadership. The individual must be capable of inspiring performance of
employees (within and without his/her organization) through both formal and informal means.
District managers must navigate through ambiguous situations that lack precedent, and deliver
outcomes that are favorable for both customers and Siemens, with minimal supervisory input.
District managers must be effective communicators, able to create compelling written documents and
make convincing presentations, to staff members, peers, and executives, as well as customers. This also
includes ensuring that the manager is kept informed of all necessary matters.
District managers must be able to work irregular hours and travel as required.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
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