Washington River Protection Solutions Project Controls Engr in Richland, Washington

TitleProject Controls Engr

Position Number29440

CompanyWA River Protection Solutions





Job Responsibilities/Duties

This position is responsible for a Senior Project Control Engineering functions for the Maintenance Organization.Function as the Lead Project Cost Analyst and Baseline Change Request Coordinator. Responsibilities will include provide support in the development of the Work Breakdown Structure, work authorizations, performance measurement and analysis, funds management, spend forecasts, performance forecast, estimates to complete, cost control and earned value performance measurement including the Budgeted Cost for Work Scheduled (BCWS), Budgeted Cost for Work Performed (BCWP), Actual Cost of Work Performed (ACWP), and Schedule Variance (SV)/Cost Variance (CV); and associated reporting and information distribution internally and to DOE-ORP and stakeholders. Provides senior level mentoring and engagement with other Project Control Engineers (PCE) and sets example for the team. Responsibilities: * Comply with WRPS policies and procedures. * Ensure ISMS Principles are incorporated into the organization's activities. * Demonstrate commitment to the WRPS Vision and its core values* Accountability for safety based on the principle of no injuries to anyone* Make customers and their needs a primary focus* Accept stretch assignments for personal development* Set challenging goals for personal and group accomplishment* Displays the aptitude and ability to support the development, implementation and maintenance of effective cost control programs. * Requires strong knowledge of accounting principles.* Prepares revised cost forecast for select accounts.* Prepares analysis of progress trends and cost impact. May participate in reviewing and approving contractor invoices. * Works hands on with earned value monitoring.* Evaluates manpower, labor hour, and labor cost requirements versus budget limitations including preparation of variance analysis. * Compares actual cost to funding limitations. Prepares expenditure forecasts to identify critical points in project funding. * Reviews purchase order and subcontract commitments and expenditures. Maintains tracking database to insure that subcontractor funding is aligned with work authorization and expenditures. * Understands the manner in which profits on projects are budgeted and the extent to which the budget value is achieved. * Creates and assists with cost/schedule baseline budgets. * Demonstrates knowledge of basic cost/schedule integration and basic critical path analysis and other rescheduling concepts. * Conducts or assists in performance measurement and associated cost trending.* Prepares and assists in various levels of project reporting. * Participates in and may lead project cost review meetings. * Assists in procedure development and implementation. * 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 systems. * Demonstrates ability to use drawings and specifications for schedule development. * Ability to develop CPM schedule logic for engineering, procurement and construction as well as command of cornerstone scheduling system. * Able to resource load schedule and perform remedial schedule risk analysis. * Responsible for assembling data for schedule updating. * Familiar with construction contracting and the scheduling implications of contract terms. * Measures progress and reviews invoices of contractors. * Possesses strong understanding of scope control and change management and has demonstrated ability to incorporate directed changes into schedule baseline. * Demonstrates strong knowledgeable in earned value methodology. * Assumes responsibility for some elements of baseline schedule and associated maintenance. * Demonstrates strong cost analysis and forecasting as it relates to planning and scheduling. * Assists in procedure development and implementation. * Proven written and verbal communication skills in large projects across a wide variety of management levels from Individual contributors to Senior Management.

Required Qualifications

Bachelor's degree in engineering, construction, business or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. A minimum of 7 years Project Controls experience in engineering, procurement and construction projects or operating industrial facilities.

Desired Qualifications

Pursuit of the CCC (Certified Cost Consultant), CCE (Certified Cost Engineer), PSP (Planning and scheduling Professional) or EVP (Earned Value Professional) and/or PMP (Project Management Professional) certification is encouraged. Demonstrated ability to effectively lead and mentor othersKnowledgeable and have experience with Hanford's mission strategy, TPA/CD milestones, and environmental regulatory issues and requirements. Knowledgeable of scope control and change management. Ability to communicate understanding and knowledge of all aspects of the Project Controls scope, services, deliverables, customer needs, tools/systems, and processes and requirements. Demonstrated highly motivated self-starter. Highly organized analytical thinker with creative problem solving skills and strong attention to detail. Demonstrated ability to quickly understand and convey new and complex business process requirements and specifications. Ability to quickly identify, analyze, and plan resolution of emerging complex issues. Must seek creative and innovative solutions to existing future challenges for WRPS. Ability to delegate responsibility to staff to ensure completion of multiple deliverables. Proven ability to lead a team on critical projects.

Relocation Funding ProvidedYes

U.S. Citizenship RequiredYes

Clearance RequiredNo

Job ClassificationExempt

Shift Work RequiredNo

This contractor shall abide by the requirements of 41 CFR §§ 60-1.4(a), 60-300.5(a) and 60-741.5(a). These regulations prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals based on their status as protected veterans or individuals with disabilities, and prohibit discrimination against all individuals based on their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. Moreover, these regulations require that covered prime contractors and subcontractors take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status or disability.

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