Massachusetts: 781-224-3870 | Washington, DC: 202-715-1255

Construction Scheduler

Location: Norwalk, Ct, United States
Date Posted: 06-18-2018
Construction Project Scheduler
Owner’s representative company is looking for a specialized Construction Project Scheduler for Higher Education Projects.

Responsibilities:
  • Develop, monitor and update integrated project plans and schedules so that projects can be executed in the most efficient manner possible
  • Prepare baseline schedules and schedule basis documents for approval by project teams
  • Assess impacts to the critical path and near-critical activities and report to the project team
  • Monitor schedule deviations and variances and assist in the developing of alternative methods for corrective action
  • Prepare and provide schedule progress reports, trending charts and schedule analysis on a periodic basis
  • Maintain record of scope changes, trends and variances that potentially affect schedule performance
  • Assure credibility of the information contained in the schedule
  • Review schedules with project team members on a regular basis to ensure that accurate and timely data is incorporated in the schedule
  • Facilitate project scheduling meetings and/or interactive planning meetings as required by the project team
  • Participate in project meetings at the discretion of the project manager
  • Upon completion of each project, develop and record the project’s historical schedule information and lessons learned, for future use
Technical Requirements:
Competency using Primavera P6 or later, Microsoft Project, Excel, Word, PowerPoint

Educational and Professional Qualifications:
  • Bachelor Degree (preferably Engineering, Architecture, Construction Management or related field)
  • 5+ years as a planner/scheduler on capital projects, including design, commissioning, validation, qualification, regulatory and construction phases
  • Demonstrated expertise in the use of modern planning and scheduling principals, methodologies, techniques and tools
  • Proficiency using Primavera version 6 and Microsoft Project
  • Industry certification a plus
Coast and Harbor Associates, Inc., is an equal opportunity employer and follows a policy of administering all employment compensation, promotions and other personnel actions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other category protected under applicable federal or state laws.

It is the policy of Coast and Harbor Associates Inc., to take all reasonable measures to hire the best qualified individuals regardless of race, color creed, national origins, age or gender preference.
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