Planning Engineer - HVAC
Location: Hinkley Point (Flexible working arrangements available)
Salary: £40k to £70k (based on experience, negotiable)
Start Date: ASAP
My client is looking for an experience Planning Engineer who has experience related to planning large scale infrastructure/industrial projects.
Working in the Scheduling Discipline of Project Controls, under the direction and leadership of the IPC Scheduling Manager, to establish, develop and maintain Project schedules / plans for either the Central Controls Team or one of the Programme Controls Teams. This will include the timely and accurate maintenance of the Integrated Work Schedule (IWS) in adherence with HPC processes, management of Level 3 (contract) schedules, and provision of time-related data and analysis. To assist and support the Central Controls Team when required to ensure alignment with the Level 2 (client) IWS. To support clients in making informed decisions to support the efficient and timely delivery of work scope.
It is the overarching objective of the Integrated Project Controls (IPC) Function to act as a centre of excellence: the intelligent owners of the single source of delivery performance information, operating as an integrated enabler for the successful delivery of the Project.
·Produce and maintain the schedule baseline IWS in Primavera 6 (P6), with fully logic-linked work plans aligned to the Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) and utilising approved construction techniques;
·Ensure the Level 2 IWS is updated to an agreed time frame for monthly reporting;
·Ensure the HPC Level 3 schedules are updated when required to reflect work progress and performance, to an agreed time frame defined by the Central Controls Team;
·Ensure that contractor schedules are produced in accordance with HPC processes and ensure that they align to the IWS forecast position;
·Maintain daily and weekly work planning in 4D model;
·Provide quality checks on the Scheduling data;
·Identify, analyse and provide solutions to time-related issues;
·Co-ordinate and produce schedule reports to a defined reporting cycle;
·Assist in the Trend & Change process, including analysis of schedule impact, generating performance indicators and providing feedback on areas of risk and opportunities;
·Adhere to Project governance and Scheduling standards and procedures;
·Ensure all Project documents, in particular Sensitive Nuclear Information, are correctly protectively marked, and protected in accordance with EDF policies and procedures.
Skills and experience:
·Minimum 10 years' MEH experience working on large scale infrastructure/ industrial projects
·Qualificaiton in Mechanical Engineering (preferred)
• Good communicator both verbal and written
• Minimum 5 years' experience as a planner
• Able to extract/compare/analyse data
• Evidence of ability to develop scenario (what if) schedules
• Evidence of issue identification - resolution and mitigation
• Appropriate sustained experience over project lifecycle
• General understanding of Project Controls and the link between Schedule, Cost & Risk
• Knowledge of NEC (Preferred)
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