Baseline Change

Planner, Magnox, Sizewell A Power Station

START Date: 
April, 2005
END Date: 
April, 2008

Planner responsible for developing and reporting on full site plifecycle plans across Operations, Defuelling, Conventional decommissioning, ILW Management, Waste Retrieval & Processing

Head of Scheduling, Magnox, Sizewell A Power Station

START Date: 
April, 2008
END Date: 
March, 2010

Responsible for a team of 11 planners across four departments

Ensuring all scheduling carried out on site meets all the companies and customers standards and procedures.

Integrating project schedules with maintenance work week planning and all levels of schedule up to the site Milestone Sequence Chart

Head of Scheduling, Magnox, ILW Management

START Date: 
April, 2010
END Date: 
March, 2012

Head of Scheduling for the ILW Management Programme within Magnox Ltd.

Developed a business case and revised baseline for eight sites utilising new technologies.

Head of Scheduling, Strategic Programmes, Magnox, Magnox Optimised Decommissioning Plan

START Date: 
April, 2012
Head of Scheduling for Strategic Programmes within Magnox Ltd - assisted in developing our assurance model and carries out assurance reviews of all programme baseline changes prior to insertion. Currently leading transition to full managed service for Project Controls within Strategic Programmes Production of Milestone Sequence Charts for each individual programme, production of high level graphics for each individual programme. Resource management of all planning resource allocated to Strategic Programmes

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