Junior Project Planner

Junior Project Planner, Bosch Projects, Maragra project

START Date: 
March, 2010
END Date: 
July, 2010
Assist project cost control officer with EPCM ProjectsAccounts for Maragra Project, Prepare payments process.

Junior Project Planner, Civil & Power (CPGP), Madupi Power Station Unit6

START Date: 
August, 2013
END Date: 
May, 2014
REPORTING:  ◘ Performance management on teams, middle management for exco review   ◘ Compiling tracking sheets to track progress through weighting system   ◘ Progress reporting  ◘ Daily performance and progress analysis through review of daily diaries GENERAL:  ◘ Compiling histograms on manpower allocations   ◘ Assisting senior planner on structuring of documentation work flow
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
1800
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
1050
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
400

Junior Project Planner, GTK Networking, Various Small Government Projects

START Date: 
August, 2004
END Date: 
November, 2008
      • Creating/Updating plan/program
      • Keeping Owner & client updated with status of plan/schedule
      • Look-aheads
      • Creating/Updating Matrix
      • Assisting with Procurement
      • Liaising with Client
      • Designing various forms for as per client’s needs

Junior Project Planner, TWP Projects, Konkola Copper Mine No. 4 Shaft

START Date: 
January, 2008
END Date: 
June, 2008

Konkola Copper Mine No. 4 Shaft (Zambia)– Design Project

This project consisted of the Sinking of a twin shaft next to Konkola No. 1 Shaft. The main designing revolved around mid-shaft and bottom-shaft loading. I set up the drawing office detailed schedules so as to meet construction milestones. *Record: Tallest Steel Headgear in 2009 (±80m).

Junior Project Planner, TWP Projects, Impala 17 Shaft

START Date: 
January, 2008
END Date: 
January, 2009

Impala Platinum No. 17 Shaft (RSA)- Full E.P.C.M. Project [Involvement: January 2008 to January 2009]

I was involved in the planning of the early works of the project: compromising of the Surface common and complex infrastructure works as well as the preparations for the Pre-Sinking, Slow-sinking and Normal sinking of three shafts (Main, Ventilation and Fridge). *Record: Tallest Steel Headgear in 2009 (±81m).

Lead planner / Planning Manager, Thiess Pty Ltd, Hunter River Remediation Project

START Date: 
April, 2006
END Date: 
April, 2007
    • Worked on site as the Project Planner;
      • Responsible for maintaining the Project Schedule & Contract Baseline
      • Assisted in Materials Tracking reporting
      • Reported Job Progress
      • Assisted in Latent Conditions Claim
      • Assisted in monthly reporting
      • Assisted in Forecasting
      • Made force reports, and weekly reports for client.
      • Responsible for weekly submi

Junior Project Planner, Wijaya Karya, 2x800MW Coal Fired Power Plant Eemshaven A+B

START Date: 
May, 2009

I am a junior project planner in process plant. I have experience in civil construction of Power Plant.

Junior Project Planner, S.M.E.I. Projects, Grootegeluk Medupi Expansion Project

START Date: 
June, 2010

Started working for SMEI Projects in June 2010 in the Civil, Mechanical and Electrical sector. This is a real tough and demanding industry to work for this is really pushing my experience into new hights and everyday is a challenge.

Junior Project Planner, ABB, POWER STATIONS

START Date: 
October, 2009

Responsible for managing projects at ABB around the world from Tender to Order and finalization of project. Mainly using Primavera P6 and sometimes Microsoft Projects. 

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