Job Title: Project Controls Engineer
Duration: Direct Hire
Rate: $80k – $120k depending on experience. $120k would be senior level
Hours: Mon-Friday 40 hours week
Target start date / availability: ASAP
The Project Controls Engineer is responsible for the planning, scheduling, progress measurement, and analysis of either a single major project or a portfolio of several smaller projects. By utilizing and understanding the policies, methods, and procedures of Project Controls Best Practices this position will contribute to the completion of a project on time, on budget, and a quality that meets or exceeds expectations, helping to ensure the company’s success and establishment of a loyal customer.
Working with the project team, the Project Controls Group will lead the effort of generating the baseline schedule in P6 as well as setting up the resource loading of the schedule when required. This effort is accomplished by collaborative scheduling and facilitating pull-planning sessions that are attended by all stakeholders.
- Develop, monitor, and update integrated project plans and schedules so that projects can be executed in the most efficient manner possible.
- Monitor schedule deviations and variances and assist in the developing alternate methods for corrective action.
- Review schedules with project team members on a regular basis to ensure that accurate and timely data is incorporated in the schedule.
- Analyze schedules from A/E firms, Vendors and General Contractors.
- Verify schedule integrity and evaluate logic and float paths.
- Analyze change orders for schedule impacts.
- Perform jobsite walks to verify physical progress of scheduled activities.
- Work closely with various disciplines in project teams to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the schedules produced without compromising your independence as a planning engineer so you’re in a position to advise project management on issues requiring judgment.
- Candidate will need to balance multiple projects that will likely be executed in multiple locations and by multiple contractors. Candidate must be flexible and able to balance / prioritize multiple priorities.
- Provide interface and quality assurance to Project functional groups and contractors regarding the tracking and reporting of schedule performance.
- Regular and reliable attendance at work
- Other duties as assigned by the Director of Project Controls and Operation Team
- A thorough knowledge of company’s contracting, finance, purchasing, engineering, and controls procedures as well as advanced knowledge of equipment and construction techniques required
- Excellent verbal and written communication are a must
- Ability to communicate effectively with audiences that include but are not limited to management, coworkers, clients, vendors, contractors, and visitors
- Job related technical knowledge necessary to complete the job
- Ability to learn and apply knowledge of applicable local, state/province, and federal/national statutes and guidelines
- Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner
- Knowledge of Project Controls processes and best practices a plus.
- Basic working knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office (e.g. Excel, Word, and Outlook)
- Proficient with usage of scheduling/document management databases (e.g. P6, Procore)
- Advanced knowledge of all general construction methods including but not limited to concrete, ironwork, masonry, etc.
- Education: Accredited four (4) year degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Construction Science, or other related field
- Experience: Minimum of 5 years relevant work experience in the construction industry
- Due to varied conditions, workers must know the hazards and safety requirements of each job and must wear appropriate personal protective equipment as required by the company’s safety policies for every situation.