The role of the Scheduling Manager is to provide overall scheduling support and technical direction for projects in the Civil & Utility, act as a BOND Champion supporting project teams with construction efforts, support the business development efforts on project proposals, assist in the scheduling support for all project claims, and assist and audit ongoing projects for compliance to scheduling standards.
Core Responsibilities – Immediate
❖ Refine and maintain scheduling standards and revise as necessary to remain current with industry best practices and company initiatives for operational excellence
❖ Develop training program for Project Team member that focuses on scheduling best practices and for using schedules as a management tool.
❖ Work collaboratively with proposal team(s) to create proposal-level schedules for pursuits and RFPs for Civil & Utility
❖ Manage technical components of schedule and provide guidance to project teams on project schedule updates, requisition development, claims management
❖ Maintenance of the EPS structure within P6.
❖ Assess current practices and collaborate with leadership on development tools to enhance BOND’s scheduling initiative
❖ Assess organizational scheduling requirements, how and when consultants are procured.
❖ B.S. in Engineering, Construction Management, or related discipline. Extensive project experience may be substituted for degree.
❖ Expert in Oracle/Primavera P6 and Microsoft Project software
❖ Broad construction experience and technical skills
❖ Demonstrated management of large high-risk projects or multiple projects
❖ Excellent written and verbal communication skills and proven client relationship skills.
❖ The ability to implement, analyze and explain the Critical Path Method. Needs to know proper use of durations, scheduling logic, lags, float, constraints, etc. that drive critical path
❖ Knowledge of calendars and code structures
❖ Knows what to ask and how to ask for creation of schedule and subsequent updates
❖ Capable of using the schedule as a requisition tool
❖ The ability to understand and sequence work in the most efficient manner
❖ Solid communication and presentation skills
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