Senior P6 PlannerContract: 3 – 6 months
Day Rate £ Negotiable (DoE)
Date Posted 31st Aug 2017
Our Ref TUSP/SP/3108
Our client is a highly reputable UK company within a unique and innovative environment. They currently have an immediate opportunity for an experienced Senior P6 planner who can help to deliver an integrated programme across multi disciplines to include civils, new build, fit outs and M & E services.
• Play an active role within the planning / project teams to help support the achievement of business goals and objectives
• Ensure that planning programmes are developed, monitored and reported on through all stages of the project planning cycle using company standard software
• Work closely with operational and estimating to achieve business outcomes
• Liaise with Operations, Contract and Site Managers to successfully plan the sequence of work, key dates and resourcing of projects
• Ensure programme risks are identified and communicated to the Project Team
• Responsible for ensuring progress and productivity is effectively monitored against the project plan, and that reports are produced in a concise and timely manner
• Provide monthly earned value reports for cost value reconciliation reports
• Construction experience, gained within nuclear environment
• Ideally Security Cleared
• Educated to Degree level / HNC or equivalent
• Proficient in the use of P6 planning software
• Excellent communication skills
• Good negotiation skills
• Commercially focused with good knowledge of finance and estimating
• Good at identifying problems and developing effective timely solutions
If this role sounds like something of interest and you would like to know more, please contact our recruitment team on 01233 640257 or apply online.
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