Project Controls Specialist

Category:
Engineering
Industry:
Nuclear
Type:
Full-time
Location:
,
Job ID:
#166803

  • Develop and implement consistent methodologies for the following:
  • Standardization of schedule creation, WBS, activity ID, nomenclature, etc.
  • Schedule update methodology (gathering inputs from the team, inputting into P6 and disseminating).
  • Monitoring of SPI and CPI.
  • Collaborate with department team members to continuously improve our scheduling practices and resolve any technical snags.
  • Maintain the resource dictionary within P6 including vacation schedules.
  • Publish resource information to company management in an effort to assist with resource planning decisions.
  • Supporting evolving reporting requirements of our customer, vendors, partners and internal stakeholders.
  • As applicable, monitor project health and performance indicators using earned value methodologies including CPI and SPI.
  • Regularly update all schedules on a weekly frequency
  • Assist Project Managers in identifying schedule risks, critical path monitoring, float management and schedule recovery.
  • Ensure consistency of data between ERP system and P6 (budgeted, actual and remaining hours).
  • Assist in financial analysis as requested.

 

Qualifications:

  • Advanced skills in Primavera (P6), with a minimum of 2 years of experience with the software.
  • Advanced data analysis skills (MS Excel or Access).
  • Strong and effective communication techniques working with a multidisciplinary and multicultural team. 

 

Desired Characteristics:

  • Demonstrated ability to plan / schedule / manage large-scale projects.
  • Demonstrated ability in system design planning / execution, including development of processes / procedures and process improvements.
  • Experience in one or more of the following areas: Engineering design, team leadership, product design leadership, manufacturing team leadership, commercial operations, project coordination and / or project planning.
  • Experience in the nuclear industry is considered an asset but not required.