£35000.00 - £45000.00 per annum
about 1 month ago
We are currently looking to recruit Project Planners to undertake duties on a number of high profile Nuclear projects.
The role is to join our expanding South West team on some of the regions most exciting projects.
Create and maintain project schedules that support and align with project requirements
Develop the project schedules in conjunction with the project manager and project team
Interact with project team to define scope of work to develop and update detailed schedules, cost information and identification of variances from original plan
Interact with and assist project team to schedule work and coordinate assignments
Evaluate project schedule progress and performance and identify developing problem areas
Analyse critical path and constraints to determine effect of changes to schedule and recommend work-around
Support project team to maintain timely and effective change management processes and procedures
Adherence to contract processes for management of schedule data and submissions (e.g. NEC, FIDIC or similar)
Assist project team to develop status reports to keep management informed on project progress
Conduct analysis to determine alternative courses of action or recovery on slipped schedules
Undertake Project Reviews
Monitor and consolidate the overall project plans
Monitor the project managers reporting system summarising the progress status of all projects
Monitor and advise on status of project KPIs.
Computer literacy in Microsoft applications, including Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint
Knowledge and Proficiency with multiple discipline specific software applications such as Primavera (P6) and/or other planning and resourcing software
Demonstrable Project management and planning techniques
Able to coordinate and work with other teams and have basic multi-disciplinary knowledge
Good research and analytical skills, as well as excellent oral and written communication skills
Excellent communication and organisation skills
Candidates are expected to have excellent communication skills (oral and written) and be genuinely committed to finding new and more effective ways of working.