Project Controls Lead (Nuclear), Sizewell, Suffolk
Project Controls Lead (Nuclear)
2nd July 2008 at 14:10 BST by Simon Turner. Permalink.
Project Controls Lead Engineer, ideally with a Nuclear industry background (preferred but not essential) Must have a good working knowledge of P3e Must have a working knowledge of the auditing process Must have a detailed working knowledge of engineering change.
Nuclear industry background (preferred but not essential) Must have a good working knowledge of P3e Must have a working knowledge of the auditing process.Must have a detailed working knowledge of engineering change.
PC literate, with experience in the use of windows packages (word, Excel etc.) with suitable compensatory skills in adjusting to new IT applications HNC level or relevant experience 5 to 10 years experience in project controls or project delivery, preferably in the nuclear industry although not essential
Control, monitor, analyse and report for projects within a portfolio Establishment of a cost and resource loaded, logic linked and base lined P3e plan for the project in accordance with PPC and control processes.
Establishing Work Breakdown Strcuture/Cost Breakdown Structure in terms of project scope, taking cognisance of API and CES processes and templates.
Liaising with Project Estimator, Supply Chain, Project Manager and Task leaders to establish the project activities, costs and durations and ensuring that these reflect project scope, constraints and commitments. Challenging as necessary to ensure compatibility and compliance Interfacing of the project’s activities with outside interface departments or processes which have an impact on the project and ensuring that these are correctly captured.
Ensuring that the total project budget so established, is compatible with the capital amounts approved for the project, e.g. as per the Company’s capital approval process – RIRM’s etc.
Capturing the project plan in P3e using the established Work Breakdown Structure/Cost Breakdown Structure and ensuring that the logic is embraced through correct logic linking of activities.
Capturing project budgetary costs and resources in the P3e plan to determine time phasing of expenditure plus the total project budget. Manhours and costs to be captured by activity Facilitating acceptance of, plus ensuring that, the project plan embraces the full project work scope, is fit for purpose and is achievable. This to be done in collaboration with the Project Manager and the project’s Key Team Members/Task Managers.
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