Pharmaceutical

Planning and Project Controls, £130000 ++ Switzerland

Show Until: 
Sat, 2019-07-06

Based in Switzerland the Project Controls Manager will join an experienced team that are responsible for the construction of a complex pharmaceutical new build project.  The Project Controls Manager will lead the programme controls function for a programme, monitoring for accuracy and consistency of plans, cost, safety, environment and performance reporting, and deploying available controls team resources to best effect.

Salary: 
£120000 per annum + car, package

Abelardo (Abe) Perez

First Name: 
Abelardo (Abe)
Last Name: 
Perez

OBJECTIVE:

Director position working in a dynamic environment where work revolves around project teams and success is based on project results.

EXPERIENCE:

Twenty nine years of experience providing leadership to project teams and increasing organizational efficiency and effectiveness in capital projects. Diversified work experience in biotechnology, pharmaceutical, chemical, petroleum, nuclear and defense industries.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Professional Since: 
Dec-1996 (22.6 yrs experience)
Oldest experience: 
Mar 1981 (38.3 yrs experience, WARNING: 15.8 years variance with Professional Since)
Years Experience: 
38

Senior Planning and Scheduling Engineer, Promani Schweiz GmbH, (various projects)

START Date: 
December, 2017

Supporting an array of - mainly - Siwss customers with planning and scheduling support for brownfield and greenfield projects. Black/clean utilities, USP, DSP, fill/finish, CQV...

Senior Planning and Scheduling Engineer, Lonza, Gemini

START Date: 
January, 2019
END Date: 
May, 2019

Supporting the customer in 2 biopharmaceutical projects. One hibernating after concept design. The other one full GMP, with engineering just finished, and construction currently (04/2019) at full speed.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
650
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
0
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
150

Wilfred Richard

First Name: 
Wilfred
Last Name: 
Richard
Professional Since: 
Jan-2011 (8.5 yrs experience)
Years Experience: 
0

Craig McCormack

First Name: 
Craig
Last Name: 
McCormack
Professional Since: 
Jun-2009 (10.1 yrs experience)
Years Experience: 
0

Assistant Project Manager, Carlson Wagonlit Travel M&E, Pfizer Drug Company in France

START Date: 
June, 2017
END Date: 
December, 2017

6 months internship : Gestion of Different Projects from client demand to the end of the event

Planning Engineer, PROMATEC (Project Management Technologies), BUILDING DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM in VACSERA (The Holding Company for Biological Products & Vaccines)

START Date: 
August, 2001
END Date: 
December, 2001

    ·     Monitored and evaluated work progress for the projects.

    ·     Updated the projects schedule and prepared weekly/ monthly progress reports.

Prepared the presentation to client to show the project progress.

Planning Engineer, Integrated Project Management (IPM), (various projects)

START Date: 
November, 2002
END Date: 
August, 2004

    ·     Assisted project manager in the assembly of documentation for claims regarding an arbitration case.

    ·     Performed document control for all projects.

    ·     Monitored and evaluated work progress.

    ·     Updated periodically the projects schedules.

Ashutosh Tripathi

First Name: 
Ashutosh
Last Name: 
Tripathi
Professional Since: 
Jun-2013 (6.1 yrs experience)
Years Experience: 
0

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