New York Power Authority Planner in Lewiston, New York
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.
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.
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
Lewiston, New York, United States