Overview

Job summaryLeading independent cost and project management consultancy require a Senior Planner with experience of working in highly regulated industries (water, nuclear, rail etc) who have experience of working with P6 and the NEC form of contract.Key skills required for this role
Senior Planner
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Senior Planner
Job descriptionLeading independent cost and project management consultancy require a Senior Planner with experience of working in highly regulated industries (water, nuclear, rail etc) who have experience of working with P6 and the NEC form of contract to join their team. This leading brand offers a hybrid working model but will require candidates to work from their client’s office just outside Reading 3 days a week.This is a fantastic opportunity to join a leading brand who are focused on developing successful and rewarding careers for their staff. With a core value of giving back to communities around the world, over the past two years they have donated 7.5million to local charities.As Senior Planner you will join a project team and report to the Head of Planning, and be responsible at tender stage onwards for the range of planning and scheduling activities involved throughout the project life cycle. You will act a technical expert and have an awareness of schedule quality metrics, quantitative schedule risk analyst on large construction projectsResponsibilities: Working with all disciplines to identify planning scope, constraints, and contract requirements including quantities required and other factors affecting the programme.Building the programme from first principles, ensuring that programme content is functionally compliant with the planning procedures and guidance, and contains key methods of construction, sequencing, installation, and commissioning activities.Producing and documenting the planning deliverables including programme copies, basis of schedule, presentations, and reports.Developing integrated programmes, issuing to all parties for review and implementing recommendations, innovation, and best practice as applicable.Reconciling company and sub-contract plant/labour and major materials elements in conjunction where appropriate.Cost and resource loading to support Earned Value Management and resource levelling.Working with the Risk Management team Identifying and applying time risk allowance, terminal float etc in line with the risk identification and management process.Maintaining and updating the programme according to the monthly update and reporting cycle, keeping the client informed of any programme changes, and ensuring on time submission of programmes according to NEC requirements.Here’s What You’ll Need: Experienced user of Primavera P6 across all stages of the project life cycle.Awareness of schedule quality metrics such as DCMA 14-point, and associated tools.Experience of Quantitative Schedule Risk Analysis, and associated tools.Substantial experience of projects within the construction industry worth 1m – 100m, with an understanding of the construction market, methods of construction, plant, equipment, and labour requirements.Experience in working with NEC contracts, including strong understanding of the various forms of tender documents, contract documents and specifications.Able to mentor or act as a technical expert within a team of planners at various competency levels.Degree or equivalent qualification in an engineering, construction or project management related discipline.Industry qualifications such as APM. In return you will be offered an attractive starting salary of 70,000 (dependant on experience) accompanied with 30 days holiday plus Bank Holidays and other benefits.

Ref no.

BHN564957

Location

Reading, England

Start date
ASAP

Job type
Permanent

Job status
Closed

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