Project Scheduler

  • Contract
  • Cork

Website TPM04536

Summary:
Our client is a Cork pharmaceutical company with a rapidly growing site. There is now an available position for a Project Scheduler. In this role, you will provide effective and innovative schedule solutions for our business partners to maximize their value and for our teams to ensure successful project execution.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensure minimum essential planning/scheduling, managing and controlling elements are in place for projects in their assigned portfolio.
  • Establish and implement Project Control execution plans in respect of schedule.
  • Develop, monitor and maintain overall Monthly Project Reports including forecasting/reporting, progress measurement/schedule status, change management, risk management, and early warning of issues.
  • Develop and maintain overall Project End to end schedule.
  • Interface with the teams to ensure timely communication and support of project scheduling, control and reporting requirements.
  • Support interactive planning sessions for project schedules.
  • Working knowledge of progress measurement methods and understanding of earned value systems.
  • Coach teams, suppliers, specialists on implementation of new best practice techniques.
  • Monitor leading indicators and trends to provide early warning of issues to project teams.
  • Collaborate with teams to solve problems before they become overruns or missed deadlines.
  • Focus on control and continuous improvement.
  • Review engineering partners project staffing plans for new projects and ongoing projects.
  • Understanding and implementation of Change Management and Schedule Risk Management.

Qualifications & Experience:

  • Bachelor Degree in relevant engineering discipline.
  • 3 years’ relevant experience.
  • Proficient user of Primavera / P6 or Microsoft Project is essential for this role.
  • Project Management, Construction Management and/or Estimating experience and Trade Partner experience would be helpful.

To apply for this job email your details to patricia.arrue-elorza@tandempm.ie.