We are looking for a Field Cost Analyst/ P6 Scheduler on behalf of one of North America’s largest natural gas distributors
In this hybrid role, the individual will perform both cost and schedule analysis. This includes support related to construction contract management, forecast and budget analysis, schedule review, LEMS entry, reporting of incurred costs and earned value measurements using Project Controls Cost Management System (EcoSys). The focus of this position is Field-level controls to support construction.
• Review contractor-provided and P6 Master Schedules to ensure they are representative of the completed and planned work plans.
• Analyze and maintain the project contract(s) forecast and control budget at the WBS level with primary responsibility for field-level controls.
• Provide the project team with accurate and timely field cost information and reporting.
• Ensure contract Controls requirements are received timely and reviewed for accuracy.
• Liaise with other field stakeholders to ensure engagement with the construction progress, changes, highlights and issues.
• Communicate at a high level with central controls team for the project.
• Perform earned value measurements for the managed contracts per the PMO standards.
• LEMS entry, analysis and reconciliation.
• Vendor invoice reconciliation to LEM’s as assigned.
• Participate in update meetings in the field related to cost, schedule and progress.
• University degree or related construction or operational training and/or experience.
• Proficient in the use of PCMS system and MS office suite, to include proficiency in Excel.
• Ability to read and interpret work schedules.
• Demonstrated professional engagement at a high level with work group, stakeholders, and contractors in a team setting.
• Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
• Detail oriented and understands the importance of data reconciliation.
• Ability to effectively manage and prioritize workload, bring issues forward and develop working relationships at all levels of the organization.