The Project Controls Engineer will provide technical/analytical and functional support in the area of project controls (cost and scheduling).
The Project Controls Engineer will possess skills and expertise in the following areas: Project Scope coordination and analysis; coordination, & monitoring, project schedule development; critical path analysis; project management assistance; integrated cost and scheduling; total project & annual budget development; financial analysis; cost accounting and forecasting; variance analysis; performance reporting; project change management; risk & contingency planning and root cause analysis.
Develop, coordinate and maintain financial, schedule, estimate, budget, resource, procurement, risk and other data within Primavera P6 and other databases and query tools for individual projects and for the Project Controls Group.
Coordinate and maintain status reporting and executive dashboards for the financial aspects and schedules within Primavera P6, including performance indices such as CPI, SPI, Earned Value, and other Key Performance Indices (KPI’s).
Analyze schedule information and provide project teams with recommended corrective action to ensure projects meet required in service dates.
Coordinate and maintain financial, schedule, estimating, work/resource management, procurement and document management methods and databases.
Bachelor's degree in engineering or finance, or equivalent experience and experience with project controls for the power industry.
Experience working directly with designing and maintaining cost and construction schedules for the power industry.