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[Scheduler] Outage Critical Path Scheduler


Posted by: Engstrom Inc. <engstrom3inc@aol.com> on November 04, 2018 at 00:04:01. Click here to reply to this post via Email.Click here for help with email link

Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
City: Two Rivers
State: Virginia
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 23883
Reply to Recruiter via Text Msg: 9206861910

7 month duration with per diem offered in Surry, VA.
Qualifications:
This is for a position of an Outage scheduler. Associate degree or completion of technical program in craft discipline (mechanical, electrical, instrument and controls, etc.) or nuclear operations desired.
Prior work experience demonstrating working knowledge of craft specialty/nuclear operations; related work experience preparing maintenance (PM/CM/Outage) schedules required. Considerable knowledge and work experience in project planning and work management. Knowledge of company software and systems used for scheduling outages. Proficiency in Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule analysis, with considerable experience in the use of a computer, spreadsheet applications and on-line scheduling software. Proven ability to prepare and present technical information and data in a variety of formats. Previous experience working with LAN-based project scheduling tools. Excellent organizational skills, ability to prioritize work of self and others, work in a fast paced environment. Excellent communication skills and demonstrated experience through effective interaction with various levels of employees and management. Demonstrates strong analytical and abstract thinking skills, good problem solving skills, skill in determining the impact of changing variables on plant operations. Ability to process information and make decisions quickly in a fast paced environment. Must be detailed oriented. Must have working knowledge of P3e and P6 software.

Responsibilities:
Serves as the principle or lead scheduler in the review of station logs, reports, plant issues in helping to provide a broad overview of plant maintenance, operations focus, emergent work and outage scheduling activities. Performs a variety of tasks associated with the development, scheduling, and coordination of project schedules, daily, on-line maintenance and outage schedules. Coordinates and integrates all outage and/or on-line schedules to include the scheduling of process controls and updates for future schedules. Determines outage scope, duration and provides this information to support shutdown risk reviews. Establishes, adapts and prepares monthly station key performance indicators, monitors/graphs work order or outage completions. Provides data to management and analyzes the impact of prior forced and refuel outages. Works closely with Unit Outage Coordinators, Work Week Coordinators, and operations management to update, modify, maintain and prepare an integrated online maintenance and/or outage schedule. Updates the daily or outage schedule, including daily and weekly status reports. Continuously monitors and revises scheduled activities. Utilizes scheduling techniques, practices and established criteria. Develops and implements trending of critical and near critical path activities and making recommendations. Produce resource histograms as required. Analyzes critical path impacts based on schedule changes. Supports operations by creating and updating time scaled logic and bar chart diagrams, customized schedules and reports. Provides data needed to support Fleet and station performance indicators.







      

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