Energy Northwest Project Controls Analyst II/III in Richland, Washington
Responsible for development, coordination, tracking and execution of Capital and Operations & Maintenance (O&M;) project controls and Earned Value Management System (EVMS) information. Provide technical direction and assistance to project managers and engineers in using the tools and processes for developing project scope, detailed project schedules, cost estimates, and perform financial analysis and control activities in support of the project manager. Monitor and report all project schedule/scope/cost changes to project managers and plant management in a timely manner, and recommend corrective action as appropriate to recover cost and schedule to established baselines.
Analytical: Assist with development of project scope, work with assigned project teams. Prepare level 1-4 detailed project implementation schedules using P6. Integrate project cost, estimates and schedule to produce a resource loaded cost flow projection.
Evaluation: Evaluate real-time cost data to determine the status and financial condition of a project. Evaluate schedule deviation to identify and report on activities with potential impact on cost/schedule. Evaluate and provide recommendations for corrective actions to mitigate cost/schedule overruns. Develop reports for project personnel and management, providing updates on the financial health of the project and projected changes in scope/funding requirements as they develop.
Administrative: Track changes to projected and actual project budgets as they are approved by the Plant Health Committee and Executive Authorization Committee. Record these changes in the appropriate software tool and communicate to the financial analyst for execution in the official projects budget. Review schedule data to ensure the correct scope of work is reflected on all schedules.
Systems Management: Enter data into various databases either through direct entry or the translation of electronic data prepared by client organizations. Ensure adequate configuration control of the data during the project approval process and project execution. Independently perform consistency reviews and provide and resolve findings for projects/schedules. Identify Lessons Learned from those reviews and use this information to achieve continuous improvement.
Other: Attend project challenge meetings, schedule meetings, safety meetings, and general staff meetings. Champion Energy Northwest core values in all interactions and activities while focusing on customer service. Perform tasks as delegated.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Level II: Requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and four years of experience working with multiple projects in a cost/schedule monitoring or project performance assessment role; OR
A High School diploma or GED and eight years of experience working with multiple projects in a cost/schedule monitoring or project performance assessment role. Formal training on Primavera Project Planner or another project management system is required.
Level III: Requires a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and five years of industrial level experience working with multiple projects in a cost/schedule monitoring or project performance assessment role including direct experience with EVMS applications in an industrial setting; OR
A High school diploma or GED and nine years of industrial level experience working with multiple projects in a cost/schedule monitoring or project performance assessment role including direct experience with EVMS applications in an industrial setting. Formal training on Primavera Project Planner is required.
PREFERRED SKILLS & EXPERIENCE
PMP Certification via the Project Management Institute
Experience working with Primavera P6 interface to Cost Manager for project cost reporting and EVMS
Knowledge of industrial plant, engineering, maintenance, and financial business processes
Knowledge of BWR plant systems and components, system interrelationships, design basis and regulatory requirements (FSAR, industry codes, etc.)
Intermediate to advanced knowledge of Crystal Report writer
Working knowledge of professional project management principles
Level II: $71,674 minimum to $89,593 midpoint
Level III: $82,432 minimum to $103,040 midpoint
Typically, selected candidates are hired at a salary rate between the minimum and midpoint of the range, based on applicable experience and qualifications, market rate, internal equity, and budgetary allowances.
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This posting is open through July 23, 2018.
Note: This is a repost of #6035. Position open until filled.
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Location: Energy Northwest
Job Title: Project Controls Analyst II/III
Job ID: 6092