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Planning and Controls Manager, Leighton Holdings, Not a Project

START Date: 
February, 2008
END Date: 
February, 2015

Planning and Time Controls specialist within Risk Management team of parent company. Responsibilities and achievements include:

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UK & Canada Planning Manager, Subsea 7, All UK & Canada Projects & Tenders

START Date: 
August, 2011
END Date: 
April, 2013

Line Management responsibility for twenty staff (at trainee, planner, senior & principle levels)
Redesign shape and personnel of planning department to meet current & future business requirements
Introduce, design & run new apprentice planner program
Raise profile of planning internally
Raise Client perception of planning competence
Produce and embed Standard Operating Procedure to planning
Produce and embed Planning Book of Knowledge for business

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Planning Team Leader, Aker Kvaerner, Multiple EPC Projects

START Date: 
August, 1996
END Date: 
September, 2004

Responsible for all planning within the organisation, supervising the planning department both internally and on all projects.  Also responsible for the recruitment of planning personnel, the development of corporate procedures and a member of the steering group responsible for the development of the Aker Kvaerner Integrated Management System (AKiMS).

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