PlannerContract : Duration 6 Months (Renewable)
Day Rate £ 325 per day
Date Posted 18th Aug 2017
Our Ref TUSP/PLN/1808
Our client is a major UK Contracting Group. They currently have immediate opportunities available for experienced Planners to work on an exciting, major road development programme in Scotland
Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route and The Balmedie to Tipperty Upgrade. The major programme of works consists of the construction of 58km of dual carriageway,
local Access Roads and associated Bridges, Structures and Underpasses.
• Implementing the requirements of the tender and / or project planning procedures, in respect of the pavement works, ensuring compliance with the business management system.
• Identifying planning scope, major constraints and contract requirements
• Producing and documenting the planning deliverables including programmes, planning philosophy, presentations and reports.
• Developing overall programmes, issuing to all parties for review and implementing recommendations, innovation and best practice as applicable
• Set up appropriate lean visual programme to assist the Project Team to timely deliver projects and improve productivity, performance and safety of projects
• 3/5 years Previous experience in planning within construction industry
• OND/HND is desirable, as is Professional membership of one or more of the following: RICS/CIOB/RIBA/ICE/CIBSE.
• An understanding of various forms of tender documents, contract documents and specifications
• An understanding of risk and opportunity management with particular reference to planning/programming.
If this role sounds like something of interest and you would like to know more, please get in touch with our Recruitment Team on 01233 640 257 or apply online.
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