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Planning and Scheduling Engineer

  • Job reference: 924369
  • Location: New Forest, Hampshire
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Chemical Engineering, Oil & Gas
  • Date posted: 14/03/2019

The Planning and Scheduling Engineer is responsible for the Project Schedule and all aspects of the Progress Measurement System.

Day to day activities for the development, maintaining, monitoring, controlling and integrating of the overall Project schedule including putting in place the progress measurement system, verification and reporting.

Review Contractor Schedules for usefulness, logic, level of detail, input sources, timing, lines of communication, and interfaces with other project elements and consistency with Current Control Estimate, Work Breakdown Structure and the Project Plan.

Establish the schedule requirements and frequencies of issue for all of the contractor schedule deliverables. Provide overall project schedule, progress measurement, and change management expertise.

Review project changes to evaluate detail schedule impact; responsible for quantifying and incorporating the effect and impact of approved changes in the overall schedule and reporting.

Provides guidance on, corrective action and measures to mitigate any adverse trends.

Assist the Planning Lead and Project Controls Lead in developing and reviewing schedule corrective actions and recovery plans, and verifies the action plans are implemented.

Monitor and appraise the performance of the Contractor compared to the agreed control plans in the areas of progress and schedule control.

Review Contractor's project control procedures to ensure that Company's and Contract requirements are met. Review and checks Contractor's progress reports for accuracy of progress measurement and when necessary, review and endorses claimed progress reported by Contractor.

Analyse the planned quantity metrics projections for all home office and site disciplines Piping, Civil & Electrical and monitor actual metrics are completed against the plan.

Support the Project Team with ongoing project schedule analysis, reporting, and forecasting activities.

Develop and document Schedules annual and multi-year, and ensure these reflect the approved project design scope.

Prepare and compile weekly and monthly Reports schedule & progress as required.

Participate in developing Contract Control Schedules and Milestones.

Participate in contract bid evaluations.

Bachelors of Science Degree Engineering, Engineering Technology or Construction Management.

5 years of project controls experience focused on planning and schedule control Technical discipline.


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