Jacobs Planning Engineer / Senior Planning Engineer in Barton Upon Humber, United Kingdom
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About the Opportunity:
UK Field Solutions has over 50 years’ experience working in the construction industry. Our core business is the delivery of projects and programmes in partnership with our clients. We have a wide and diverse pool of experienced resources using proven delivery systems and processes that are benchmarked as best in class.
This is a role for an experienced planning engineer/senior planner working across the business unit. It presents an exciting opportunity for someone to join a growing team focused on excellence within the project control’s function.
We are looking for a talented and enthusiastic individual who are keen to cement our existing expertise in delivering projects to our key clients and driving the growth of our business in this sector.
Reporting to the Group Head of Planning, responsible at tender stage for the range of activities involved in the project planning life cycle, which include:
Identifying planning scope, working with all disciplines to ensure the full project scope is captured within the programme
Building the programme from first principles, ensuring that programme content is functionally compliant with the planning procedures and guidance
Establishing and agreeing with Operations key methods of construction, sequencing, installation, and commissioning
Producing and documenting the planning deliverables including programmes, basis of schedule, presentations, and reports
Developing overall programmes, issuing to all parties for review and implementing recommendations, innovation, and best practice as applicable
Cost and resource loading, plus resource levelling techniques as required
Interfacing with third parties to identify and resolve issues
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Experienced with Primavera P6
An ability to travel to project sites on a regular frequency and or as determined by project requirements
Experience within the water industry or process engineering would be advantageous and experience across all stages of the project life cycle in medium to large sized projects within the construction industry 1m – 20m
Substantial experience of planning service
Good understanding of the various forms of tender documents, contract documents and specifications
Good understanding of the various methods of planning, programme, and progress monitoring, risk and opportunity management with reference to planning & programming
Good understanding of the construction market, methods of construction, plant, equipment, and labour requirements
Strong communication skills, including writing reports & presenting
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