Project Controls Officer

Project Controls Officer, National Grid, N/A

START Date: 
January, 2018

Project Controls Officer

This role primarily involves the production of a range of executive reports on behalf of Ian Cartwright, Capital Delivery Director.  The reports are:

1. Exec Headlines (produced monthly for Nicola Shaw, UK Executive Director)

2. Monthly Performance Report (produced monthly for Alan Foster, UK Chief Finance Officer)

3. Capital Delivery Scorecard (produced monthly, incorporated into the MPR)

4. Quarterly Performance Review (produced quarterly for Nicola Shaw, UK Executive Director)

Project Controls Officer, United Nations, Projects Under USAID

START Date: 
September, 2004
END Date: 
March, 2008

Under direct supervision of Country Director / Chief Technical Advisor of Programs; I was responsible for assisting UNOPS in the Programme planning, Programs budgets preparation and Financial Management & Controls set up for the projects across the Afghanistan.

Budgets & Programme Planning

• Programme Management with relation of budget, milestones/targets achieved and comparison with Plan Vs Actual expenditures. • Participate in meetings with donors on EOT claims and budgetary issues. Contracts Management, Cost plans and prepares budget performance reports.

Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
2400
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
1400
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
1000

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