Contract position: Engineering & Construction client in San Diego, CA is looking for a Project Scheduler with 7-15+ years of experience in project planning, scheduling, & progress measurement for engineering or construction projects. The ideal candidate will have specific project scheduling experience supporting large T&D, Substation or Power Plant EPC projects, but any background will be considered. Client prefers candidate that are local to the Southern California area but will consider candidates that need a per diem.Responsibilities for the Scheduler
Requirements for the Scheduler
- Create and maintain engineering & construction schedules in support of T&D and Power Generation EPC projects
- Review third party schedules
- Coordinate project reporting to clients
- Identify critical and near-critical paths as well as trends to help project team stay on track
- Manage manpower requirements for projects
- Monitor deliverables and BOQ (bill of quantities)
- 7-15 years of project scheduling experience as a Project Scheduler supporting heavy industrial construction projects
- The ideal candidate has experience with electric transmission line projects or similar linear construction projects, but all industries will be considered
- Proficient with creating and maintaining schedules in Primavera P6 software
- BS degree (preferably in Construction or Engineering) is highly preferred
- Familiar with Critical Path Method (CPM) Scheduling
- PTO program
- Health Insurance available, and more...
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