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Cost Controller

  • Job reference: 922796
  • Location: Edmonton, Alberta
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Oil & Gas, Project Controls
  • Date posted: 05/12/2018

Roles and Responsibilities as Major Maintenance Cost Controller

  • Track and analysis of actual cost and accrued cost daily by Purchase Order for all Major Maintenance jobs against Control Budget
  • Embed and maintain in Company and Contractor processes; Commitment capture, VOWD (Value of Work Done), Cost forecasting/phasing and Earned Value consistent with the company procedures
  • Provide cost input to the Change Management process and prepare/track/log project change notices. Review change conditions in order to quantify the impact and communicate to Major Maintenance supervisor of cost impact of proposed design or construction changes
  • Finalize monthly Latest Estimate for Major Maintenance NECC and Added jobs. Submit monthly report to Finance to align forecasting cash flow and project Estimate At Completion
  • Assist in summarizing and preparation of lessons learned and communicating to Major Maintenance Group
  • Prepare, monitor and analyze weekly PF report for major contractors
  • Prepare monthly Labor Force Report for Track and non-Track vendors
  • Updated weekly one-pager for Major Maintenance jobs for management review
  • Assist in WO closeout tasks; conducting post project analysis and preparing final cost summary to planners for future reference
  • Develop and update work flow diagrams and procedures as needed
  • Coordinate with Major Maintenance Manager, Finance, CP, Scheduler, Planner and Field Leads for any critical issue with project cost, scope and physical progress
  • Participate in kickoff meetings to understand budget breakdown, schedule and execution strategy
  • Review monthly cost reports and progress updates provided by contractors. Coordinate monthly meetings to review Purchase Order status and change notices
  • Participate in the continuous improvement and implementation of standardized work processes for effective cost control


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