AECOM Project Controls Engineer in Richland, Washington
TitleProject Controls Engineer
CompanyWA River Protection Solutions
Project Controls Engineer, support to the Production Operations Project Controls organization.
Prepares, maintains, reviews and revises baseline schedules and budgets for programmatic/project activities and/or line-item construction project activities. Work will be performed per applicable DOE and WRPS orders, standards, procedures and guidelines using established DOE and industry methodologies and techniques. Reviews work for completeness as required by project specifications and scope definition. Applies standard cost and/or scheduling data to departmental programs or systems. Responsible for utilizing the tools and systems necessary to effectively and proactively manage and control concurrent projects throughout the organization from proposal through execution and completion. Tasks may include the preparation, monitoring and control of baseline detailed and integrated master summary schedules and milestones; preparation, monitoring and control of baseline time-phased budgets; cost control and earned value performance measurement including the Budgeted Cost for Work Scheduled (BCWS), Budgeted Cost for Work Performed (BCWP), Actual Cost of Work Performed (ACWP), and Schedule Variance (SV)/Cost Variance (CV); and associated reporting and information distribution internally and externally to key stakeholders.
Project Controls Engineer Associate II, responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Under general supervision, responsible for preparing and coordinating estimating, cost engineering, schedule engineering data and resources for the purpose of providing high quality estimates, budgets, cost and schedule analysis and timely, accurate reports for measuring the performance and progress of projects.
*Monitors and analyzes direct labor including craft, material, subcontracts and indirect costs by utilizing cost reports.
*Reviews and establishes requirements for cost control data and collects information for specific functions and disciplines
*Develops requirements for cost recording, reporting and analyzing processes and programs.
*Coordinates and ensures the timeliness and accuracy of forecasts relative to the scope planned based on historical data, industry standard rates and/or parametric calculations.
*Provides analysis and recommendations for corrective actions regarding cost and schedule performance problems to managers and engineers.
*Analyzes and recommends corrections to the cost and schedule systems.
*Performs assigned Project Controls tasks for establishing and/or implementing cost and schedule processes in accordance with approved procedures and guidance documents.
*Works with multiple disciplines to develop and maintain integrated schedules requiring simple to moderately complex logic ties to a high quality standard. Ensures high data quality.
*Develops and applies unit rates and costing rates to quantified estimates to revise forecasts.
*Develops Baseline Change Proposals (BCP) based on interpretive input from others.
*Establishes and maintains trend program and appropriate periodic reporting.
*Prepares forecast of final costs based on available data and input from others.
*Develops knowledge and experience of the following scheduling activities: coding structures, WBS's, performing organizations, filters, sorts and report formatting. Also, gains knowledge of electronic uploading/downloading, from P6 to other software, of large amounts of data.
*Other duties as assigned.
*Comply with WRPS policies and procedures.
*Ensure ISMS principles are incorporated into organization's activities.
*Ability to manage a change in priorities.
Bachelor's degree (BA/BS) in project management, construction management, engineering, business or other related discipline and 2 years related experience, or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
*Experience with earned value systems utilized at WRPS, including but not limited to cost analysis, EAC development, schedule development and maintenance, earned value reporting systems, subcontract management, estimating, and Primavera P6 knowledge.
*Good interpersonal and communications skills needed to be able to communicate with personnel, management, and support organizations.
*Frequent use and general knowledge of Project Controls practices, techniques, and standards.
*General application of concepts and principles.
Relocation Funding ProvidedYes
U.S. Citizenship RequiredYes
Shift Work RequiredNo
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