Project Scheduler

  • Contract
  • Cork

Website TPM05420

Summary:
Our client is a global pharmaceutical company in Cork requires an experienced Project Scheduler who will provide effective and innovative schedule solutions for the projects on site to ensure the 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 Architect Engineer & Construction Management Project Control personnel 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’s degree in relevant engineering discipline.
  • 10+ years applicable Project Control related experience.
  • Proficient user of Primavera / P6 is essential for this role.
  • Experience in Capital Project.
  • Working knowledge of project cost and financial management.
  • Pharmaceutical experience is essential.

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