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Kennesaw, Georgia Selectek
We are currently working with a client to find a Project Controls Specialist in Kennesaw, GA.

We are looking for a qualified and committed candidate who is willing to research and embrace new technology and processes and integrate them with our existing departmental workflow for continuous improvement as we strive to remain at the spearhead of innovation within the industry.

Kennesaw / Acworth, Georgia area 30144
$50 - $60/hr
Contract to Direct-Hire

Job Details:

Work with design, supply-chain, manufacturing and construction teams to optimize end-to-end project schedules
Work with business intelligence team to use productivity data to drive schedule durations
Update project schedules weekly
Lead monthly update meetings and review sessions
Review and verify information from project team via phone conference and potential site visits as needed
Work with the sales engineers to develop study and proposal schedules quickly and effectively
Provide support to teams in assessing/documenting delays and impacts, alternate work plans and methods of construction
Prepare a schedule update report narrative for each schedule update which describes the status of project milestones, describes any deviations from a previous update and identifies any critical schedule issues
Develop earned value, manpower and commodity installation reports
Create reports and layouts which meet specific reporting requirements
Provide scheduling assistance and education to project team members and direction to scheduling engineers
Review, monitor and critique the accuracy and realism of all schedules utilizing several tools including Acumen Fuse
Utilize available databases to monitor, track and report on project status from cost, manpower and schedule metrics
Track onsite job performance for all construction projects and determine best practices for reporting leading indicators of critical areas prior to major issues arising
Establish and maintain positive and effective working relationships with department, employees, clients, architects, subcontractors and vendors
Participate in process improvement and lessons learned process
Suggest corrective actions and/or develop recovery plans when delays are anticipated or occur
Perform schedule claims analysis including creating an as-built schedule, identifying concurrent delays, abnormal weather delays, etc. to assist the PM in preparing a response to the contractors request for a time extension
Conduct a detailed review of the Engineer' s and Contractor' s CPM schedule submission each month and provide a written report to the PM on all significant variances
Prepare post construction as-built schedules and lessons learned reports
Travel to the field as needed throughout the duration of the project


Bachelors of Science in Engineering/Construction or equivalent experience in the design and construction of steam and power generation plants
5+ years' experience in Project Controls
Experience managing schedules with Primavera P6
Self-starter with a track record of meeting deadlines
Experience with 4D scheduling, Ineight Estimating (formally Hard Dollar), SQL, Power BI and Acumen Fuse are a PLUS

For immediate assistance please send an updated Word version of your resume to Aaron Tibbetts at .

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