• Consultant (Incorporated Contractor)
  • Darlington

500-1971

We are currently requesting resumes for the following position:  Project Controls Officer

Resume Due Date: Wednesday, May 1st, 2024  (5:00PM EST)                                           

Number of Vacancies: 1

Level:  MP4

Duration: 12 months

Hours of work:  35  

Location: Darlington – RPO (Hybrid, 2 days remote)

Job Overview

1. Front End Planning (FEP): Project team member responsible for coordinating, facilitating and driving the

Front End Planning processes. Initiate and facilitate Risk Profiling, Project Breakdown Structure development.

Review and provide input into project scoping and Basis of Estimates. Initiate and co-ordinate scoping, and risk

workshops. Obtain labour estimates from resource providers. With support of project team members develop

integrated, logically tied, resource loaded project schedules (Primavera P6) which incorporate identified scope, risks,

estimates/budgets and constraints to the individual task level for field execution. With support of project team

members, establish project plans, schedules and milestones. Preparation of Project Execution Plan Obtain

concurrence on project plan from applicable stakeholders (eg. Engineering, Design, CMO etc). Support and author

Business Case Summary development. Ensure detail, accuracy and quality is adequate to allow monitoring and

control of project to ensure successful completion of cost, schedule and scope commitments.

2. Project Monitoring & Control: Develop and maintain updated and accurate conceptual phase schedule.

Load approved project plan/schedule into applicable project control systems (eg AS7, P6, etc). Maintain alignment

between source systems and project control systems throughout project life cycle. Perform weekly schedule updates.

Perform weekly schedule analysis. Update schedule forecasts accordingly. Facilitate project metrics reporting and

variance analysis. Identify actual and potential deviations from the approved annual, release or life cycle schedules

to the Project Manager. Recommend corrective actions. With support of project team members, monitor project

risks against Risk Management Plan and update as required. Recommend corrective actions. Provide Project team

with specific project information as required.

3. Change Management: Ensure approved change control processes are followed. Prepare and obtain approval

of applicable change control documentation. Timely update of project schedule once change approval or direction

has been approved. Perform “What if” analysis for project team. Maintain project baseline integrity.

Ensure all baseline changes are documented, appropriately approved and auditable. Maintain accurate historical project

performance throughout change control process.

4. Cost & Schedule Quality: Maintain the project schedule such that it accurately reflects the current project

plan, including field execution. Remediate any discrepancies and maintain alignment. Ensure accurate schedule

updating/statusing. Maintain project schedule quality and accuracy. Critical path, float, predecessor and successor

tasks identified, activities logically tied, minimal restraints etc. Monitor/verify standard project reports for accuracy.

5. Interface with Cross Functional Groups: Interface with all stakeholders to ensure project plans are accurately

updated and maintained. Interface with station work control for execution of field work. Obtaining cost and

schedule commitments from applicable resource providers (eg. CMO, Design , FE). Obtaining cost and schedule

status and forecasts from resource providers.

6. Purchase Order Analysis & Reporting: Ensure applicable source systems are set up correctly to maintain

alignment between forecasts and budgeted labour. Populate project control systems to accurately capture and allow

monitoring of schedules and project deliverables. Monitor contractor schedule performance against project plan and

identify actual or potential discrepancies to Project Manager. Recommend corrective actions. Monitor project PO’s

(actuals, forecasts, payment status) and identify actual or potential issues to Project Manager. Recommend corrective

actions. Liaise with Contractors’ project controls function to obtain project control information.

7. Closeout Phase: Facilitate and support project financial close out process. Final reconciliation and

finalize/close out project controls and source systems (AS7, P6, SAP, etc).

8. Miscellaneous: Assist with continuous improvement of PMO processes and procedures. Assist in the

development and continuous improvement of the project controls information system. Maintain document project

file which provides an auditable trail throughout the project lifecycle including project approvals (ie BCS &PEP),

change control (ie PCRAF, SSBCS, Baseline Change forms) and close out.

Qualifications

EDUCATION

Requires knowledge of engineering/science encompassing subject area relevant to the project planning, scheduling,

risk management, and control service needs of the division. Requires strong interpersonal and communication skills,

including relevant business and computer applications knowledge, to develop and maintain computerized project

information, costs and forecasts. This knowledge is considered to be normally acquired through the successful

completion of a four-year university education in an appropriate field such as Business, Finance or Engineering, or by

having the equivalent level of education.

EXPERIENCE

Requires experience to become familiar with project controls principles, theories, and concepts such as project

scoping, risk management, estimating, budgeting and scheduling. Requires experience of project management within

a Nuclear, Hydroelectric or Thermal generating facility within a project management support capacity. Requires

experience to become familiar with engineering and construction management concepts, methods and techniques.

Requires experience to become familiar with the development and operation of various computerized systems and

databases, including business unit financial and work management systems, including scheduling systems such as

Primavera P6. Requires experience to become familiar with corporate financial processes. Requires experience to

become familiar with departmental and divisional interfaces with other areas of the Corporation. A period of over 6

years is considered necessary to gain this experience.

To apply for this job email your details to lnewman@cpus.ca

All applicants are required to complete a CSIS Security Clearance to be considered for employment in the Nuclear sector.
Failure to initiate/apply for a CSIS Security Clearance will result in your application being rejected.

Job Details

  • Job ID: 500-1971
  • Job Type: Consultant (Incorporated Contractor)
  • Number of Vacancies: 1
  • Level: MP4
  • Location: Darlington
  • Duration: 12 months
  • Closing Date: Wednesday, May 1st, 2024 (5:00PM EST)