20-084 Cost & Schedule Analyst

Category:
Engineering
Industry:
Nuclear
Type:
Full-time
Location:
,
Job ID:
#166913

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position: Cost & Scheduling Analyst

Resume Due Date: Thursday, September 24, 2020 (5:00PM EST)

Number of Vacancies: 1

Duration: 12 months

Location: Darlington

 

Job Overview

  • Reports to the Project Controls Section Manager (or Manager, Project Controls where no Section Manager is in role)
  • Supports the Planning & Controls Lead in ensuring effective cost data management and process control in order to enable performance reporting and forecasting.
  • Performs analytics of results and predicts outcomes as part of forecasting process.
  • Prepares documents/records as part of project controls processes, including Change Control Forms (CCFs).
  • Reviews weekly actual costs, accruals and earned value to ensure accurate progress reporting.
  • Resolve any coding issues in source systems to ensure accurate reporting.
  • Supports the Planning & Controls Lead in ensuring effective schedule data management and process control in order to enable performance reporting and forecasting, including schedule progression and baselining
  • Performs analytics of results and predicts outcomes as part of forecasting process.
  • Prepares documents/records as part of project controls processes, including Change Control Forms (CCFs)
  • Reviews weekly actual hours, accruals and earned value to ensure accurate progress reporting.
  • Resolve any coding issues in source systems to ensure accurate reporting.

 

Qualifications

This role requires the following:

  • Knowledge of engineering principles and concepts, probability and statistics, industrial management, industrial processes, management information systems, economics and accounting practices to understand and assess numerous interdependencies of engineering, resource acquisition, installation, commissioning and operating a nuclear power generation facility;
  • Effective communication skills, both written and verbal;
  • Experience working within work groups to achieve a level of proficiency sufficient to perform all aspects of the Work Control, Cost Control or Programming function;
  • A thorough understanding of the interrelationships and role of organizational units, interrelationships between work groups, external contractors and consultants involved, and the mechanics of resolving any controversial issues;
  • Practical experience in the appropriate line function (e.g., generation facility, Engineering, Waste Operations, etc.) to understand aspects of work programs and projects associated with cost engineering, work program planning and program performance analysis;
  • Experience in the application of work method, resourcing of work, logical sequencing of events and resolution of common problems in these areas;
  • Experience in the application of various computer systems and software;
  • A period of over 6 years and up to and including 8 years is considered necessary to gain this experience.

 

Preferred:

  • A four-year University Degree in an appropriate field (e.g. engineering, business administration, computer science).