New York Power Authority Planner in Lewiston, New York


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Job Description

  • Support the development and implementation of construction and maintenance work plans to support annual portfolio ranging from $50M - $150M annually (capital and O&M approximate).

  • Plan work tasks utilizing established methods, policies and procedures, ensure resources are provided in a timely manner so that work can be performed effectively, minimizing delays, increasing resource utilization within the budgetary constraints while improving quality.

  • Prepare the overall project plan and project schedule to establish milestone compliance measures and ensure project completion on time and within budget.

  • Contribute to creating and maintaining a master schedule

  • Interface with other departments for the planning and scheduling of work. These interfaces include but are not limited to Environmental Health and Safety, Procurement, Engineering, Quality Assurance, Site Craft, Contractors.

  • Integrate contractors’ construction schedules and site craft labor schedules into the overall project schedules.

  • Update schedules as often as weekly depending on the project.

  • Include resource and budget allocations in the schedules to allow for tracking and reporting of resource availability and cash flow.

  • Create and issue milestone, resource, cashflow and EVM reports.

  • Utilize the Maximo System to the fullest extent possible, documenting the performance of equipment and maintenance work.

  • Analyze workforce performance and, in conjunction with Maintenance Departments, recommended workforce method improvements.

Required Skills

  • Knowledge of and proficiency in computer systems and software applications, including but not limited to: Maximo, Microsoft office products, (Excel, Project, Word, Access and Outlook), Primavera, Project View. Experience with the Work Management Systems and Scheduling Desired utility industry preferred.

  • Ability to interface and coordinate work on a daily basis with other Authority divisions and external organizations.

  • Effective communication skills.

  • Demonstrated ability to view tasks logically, break them down into essential requirements, and generate a solution to meet the project goals.

  • Ability to handle projects from start to finish.

  • Ability to work independently and with minimal daily supervision.

  • Ability to identify and solve problems.

  • Knowledge of OSHA guidelines and Construction Standard Practices.

  • Ability to create and maintain schedules in MS Project to track milestones and resources.

Required Experience

  • 2 year AAS degree in a technical discipline

  • 5-7 years related utility, construction management or planning experience, is essential in the development , evaluation and presentation of materials to employees in mandated technical areas

Job Location

Lewiston, New York, United States

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