PMO – Pump Hydro

Sterlite Power Transmission Limited

  • Gurugram, India
PMO – Pump Hydro
Job Posted : Apr 22nd, 2024

Job Description


  • Define detailed project plan and critical path for various levels of plans (monthly, weekly, & daily).
  • Continuously monitor and report to Project Manager project development in terms of time and cost, in particular on deviations (actual, expected), including lead time for critical procurement items.
  • Monitor and communicate key financials and cash flows of project to leadership
  • Co-ordinate with concerned departments and show implications of delays in sub-functions to overall project schedule and budget (e.g., supply scheduling delay impact on billed values)
  • Continuously monitor potential risks in predefined risk register and define risk mitigation approach
  • Develop and implement systems (including technical/IT), controls and processes to monitor key metrics
  • Develop basis for schedule development and schedule controls and maintain overall program schedule
  • Develop basis for budgeting and maintain overall budget
  • Maintain control of all drawings and documentations for project including oversight of the management of reports

Critical Success Factors – Desirable:-

  • Have sound knowledge of project management tools (Primavera, MSP).
  • BE (Core branch)

Critical Success Factors – Essential:-

  • 6 ~ 8 years of experience
  • (Exp. in project management / controls)
  • Worked on Pump Storage


  • Behavioural – Achievement Orientation
  • Behavioural – Altrocentric Leadership
  • Behavioural – Analytical Decision Making
  • Behavioural – Impact and Influence
  • Functional – Financial
  • Functional – Operational
  • Functional – People
  • Functional – Strategic


  • Gurugram, 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.