BP Americas, Inc. Lead Planner in Houston, Texas
The lead planner is accountable for all project planning activities and processes, production of all consolidated planning reports and provides assurance that the planning process is carried out in accordance with GPO project planning and scheduling procedure, project performance management plan, and related guidance documents.
The lead planner position will be based in Trinidad and will report to the Project Services Manager (PSM).
United States - Texas - Houston
Is this a part time position?:
Yes - Domestic (In country) only
Work closely with planners in project deployed teams, and GOO organizations in producing integrated and consolidated project plans and schedule reports.
Monitor project control deliverables generated by Contractor for compliance with their respective contract Project Coordination Procedures (PCP’s). Validate Contractor reported progress.
Provide planning tools and reports to project management to facilitate decision making processes; keeping project management informed of schedule issues that have potential to impact FM Targets. Proactively work schedule issues with other team members.
Develop and maintain Master Control Schedule (MCS), including establishment of work breakdown structure (WBS), key project milestones, interface milestones, and process for schedule contingency management.
Lead development of overall progress measurement systems, weightings, and validation of contractor progress measurement systems.
Maintain Schedule Basis and Assumptions document including coordination of benchmarking information with the BP central benchmarking team.
Work closely with the project Lead Cost Engineer to ensure costs phasing and forecasting aligns with the current control schedule.
Work with Activity Planning team to ensure key interfaces Operations are adequately represented.
Interface with the Operations Organization to ensure the Master Control Schedule reflects summary of GOO tasks as appropriate.
Develop schedule risk model for Cost Schedule Review (CSR) verification process. Maintain risk model throughout execution in support of MCE’s.
Develop project close out schedule and track close out progress.
Supervise the Field Quantity Surveyor
Coordinate input to benchmarking database, IPA close out report, lessons captured and project close-out report.
Conduct hands-on site visits as required to verify schedule and progress reporting.
B.S. Degree in Engineering or Project Management related field.
Desirable criteria and qualifications:
Project Management PMP certification.
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United States - Texas
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Essential experience and job requirements:
Experienced (10 years) in oil & gas, preferably on large scale, complex projects
Experienced (10 years) in project control on major projects
Experienced (10 years) in Primavera & MS Project software
Fully conversant with Primavera P6, Microsoft Project Scheduling Tools and Schedule Risk Analysis methods & programs
Self-motivation and a high level of individual initiative and self-reliance will be required
Strong written & verbal communication skills
Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
Other Requirements (eg Travel, Location):
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