AECOM Senior Project Controls Planning & Scheduling Analyst in Denver, Colorado
Business Line Government
Position Title Senior Project Controls Planning & Scheduling Analyst
United States of America - Colorado
AECOM is seeking an experienced Senior Project Controls Planning & Scheduling Analyst to work in our Denver, CO office.
This position is for a government project in the preliminary design phase of an Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management contract. This position will require coordination and input from multiple offices across the continental US into one integrated Project Control System, with strong baseline management skills. Candidates must be US Citizens without Dual Citizenship.
Maintains configuration control of schedule baseline.
Provides analysis of schedule data to identify key project issues.
Supports the development of schedules for proposals and baseline change control.
May assist in leading and coaching staff through assignment tasks.
Assists in tracking corrective actions.
Assists in coordination of schedule input from all parts of the organization.
Able to identify and assist in analysis of project schedule variances. Identifies and analyzes schedule variances and recommends associated corrective action.
Updates and produces scheduling management reports.
Assists in the development and maintenance of WBS and helps insure that project coding is effectively used for all cornerstone applications.
Maintains the Integrated Master Schedule (IMS) Data Dictionary and schedule assumptions.
Expert ability to develop CPM schedule logic for engineering, procurement and construction as well as command of cornerstone scheduling system.
Assists in quantifiable earned value and physical percent completes.
Able to resource load schedule and perform schedule risk analysis.
Supports the project risk management process.
Performs system data traces to reconcile Project Controls System, including cost integration.
Ensure integrity and quality of schedules or project controls data and compliance with processes and procedures.
Support Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) requirements in accordance to the DOE EVMS Interpretation Handbook (EVMSIH) 2.0.
Be assertive with excellent communication skills, written and verbal.
Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested.
- Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction, business or related field, or demonstrated equivalentand related experience.
Entrants to this position require at least 10 years of experience in engineering, procurement or construction projects in a planning and scheduling position.
Must be able to apply knowledge of planning & scheduling, cost analysis, progress measurement, earned value, baseline management & change control fundamentals.
Proficiency in Primavera (P6) software is required.
Due to the nature of the work, candidates must be US Citizens without Dual Citizenship.
Project experience with DOE 413.3B/EIA-748 EVMS preferred.
Project experience with Prism G2 cost processor or similar cost tools a plus
EVP Certified recommended.
This position is eligible for relocation.
Position may require the ability to pass and maintain a Security Clearance.
Qualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse test and background.
Occasional travel may be required.
What We Offer
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Job Category Program and Project Management
Country United States of America
Position Status Full-Time
Requisition/Vacancy No. 168514BR