Senior Project Scheduling Lead
Understand and implement accepted Planning & Scheduling Best Practices.
Create and update master project schedule that integrates the work of principal subcontractors and owner’s activities.
Review Contractor’s construction update schedule and perform comparison with baseline schedule.
Review Contractor’s proposed revised schedules and proposed mitigation schedules.
Interact with the Owner’s team and stakeholders in a professional manner.
Prepare weekly/bi-weekly/monthly reports to project management team/stakeholders.
Perform critical path analysis and making recommendations.
Utilize analytics to identify and report on project trends.
Effectively cost load schedules for use during the execution of the project.
Evaluate the actual construction status relative to proposed plan.
Apply Earned Value Management (EVM) techniques for the monitoring, measurement, and management of project performance.
Use standard metrics applied to scope, cost and schedule.
Support project risk analyst in identifying, resolving, and tracking risks.
Support contracts administration in evaluation of Change Orders, creation of fragnets, etc.
Analyze and communicate the impact of changes to the schedule.
Organize and maintaining all project documentation.
Conduct schedule meetings, phone calls, site visits, etc.
Prepare Time Impact Analyses per recommended practices by commonly accepted standards.
Develop and deliver specialized Planning, Scheduling and other Project Controls training for junior staff.
Critique, create, and recommend improvements to departmental policies and procedures.
Be responsible for special projects and other departmental duties as necessary.
Report to project controls manager – prepare and present timely updates.
Software used in duties include but not limited to: Primavera p6, Microsoft office suite (excel, outlook, etc.), PeopleSoft, EcoSys.
10+ years scheduling experience on large-scale construction projects involving multiple trades.
Advanced proficiency in Primavera (P6) software.
Team player, treat others with respect and be accountable for actions.
Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work.
Attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Strong organizational and planning skills.
Ability to learn organization’s software, programs, and processes in a timely manner.
Ability to work independently and complete daily activities according to work schedule.
Ability to understand, follow and transmit written and verbal instructions.
Skilled at developing and maintaining relationships with engineering, contracts administration, contractors, operations staff, and other stakeholders.
Undergraduate degree in Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management, or a related discipline.
In lieu of Bachelor’s degree at least two years of significant project management experience/2-3 years’ experience providing direct project coordination support to Program or Project Managers.