Chief Manager – Projects

Sterlite Power Transmission Limited

  • Neemrana, India
Chief Manager – Projects
Job Posted : Jan 15th, 2024

Job Description

Responsible for planning and execution of Project within budget cost and time in accordance with norms/regulations; Provide guidance/suggest corrective actions to the respective team for operational excellence. Leading for obtaining the Statutory clearances of project and Right of Way Clearance for execution of Project.


  • Lead the Statutory clearances like PLC, Railway, NH, SH, Forest, PTCC and other statutory clearance required for construction of transmission line. Leading the Right of Way Clearance with ground team within budgeted cost.
  • Monitoring the Project Execution in consultation with Reporting Manager to get the required output form EPC. Planning and Monitoring of Supply and inventory of materials required to complete the project on time.
  • Lead profitable, on-time and within budget execution of a portfolio of power transmission projects spanning several states and across customer segments comprising EPC and PPP projects.
  • Direct, Develop and Build capabilities for the Projects Organization across specialized capabilities related to Project Management, Execution, Front Creation (Regulatory/ROW /Forest clearances), Quality/Safety/Health & Environment and Contracting.

Position Demands:-

  • Travel to Project Sites


  • Behavioural – Achievement Orientation
  • Behavioural – Altrocentric Leadership
  • Behavioural – Initiative
  • Behavioural – Innovative Thinking
  • Functional – Financial
  • Functional – Operational
  • Functional – People
  • Functional – Strategic


  • Neemrana, India.

Company Overview:-

A business partnership born out of friendship and mutual respect in the 1920s between Shapoorji Mistry Sr. and Mehervan Daruvala, the latter’s company Wilson Electric Works served as an electrical contractor for Shapoorji Pallonji Construction, working on some of India’s biggest commercial and residential projects.

As the relationship blossomed, Wilson Electric Works joined forces with Sterling Investments of the SP Group in the year 1973, to form the engineering behemoth that is Sterling and Wilson.

Starting from delivering large-scale projects in the middle-east in the 1970s, we quickly expanded our presence across Asia and subsequently across the globe, our projects spanning 8 different verticals.