Senior Planning Engineer

Recruiter
CARMICHAEL UK
Location
Norwich
Salary
£52000 - £55000 per annum
Posted
15 Apr 2017
Closes
15 May 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
An exciting opportunity has arise for a Senior Planning Engineer to join a tier one contractor that has recently been awarded the Norwich Rail Depot upgrade project.

Project value circa £35m

As the Senior Planning Engineer, you will take the planning lead on small to medium size projects or support Planning or Project Control Managers on major project or work programmes.

You will develop the tender programme to comply with the Contract and Works Information, and to reflect the most efficient and effective sequence to deliver a project, or section of works.

You will contribute to the development of the control methods to monitor progress and productivity, and implement Earned Value Analysis to support the project team in assessing achieved and predicted performance against time and budget, and reporting this to the project

You will have an Engineering background, and must be degree educated. HND Minimum.
If you have been working as a Sub Agent or Agent and want to get into planning then look no further.
P6 training will be provided.
You must have worked within a rail environment previously.
PTS required
CSCS

Do you have the relevant experience and skills for this position? If so, please submit your CV and apply to register your interest. Alternatively, if the role is not for you but you know someone who may be interested, we offer a £300 referral fee for every successful referred placement! Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK to apply for this position and CarmichaelUK is an equal opportunities employer and agency and welcomes applications from all.

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