Senior Scheduling Engineer, JAL International Co. Ltd, Communication & Security systems, Refineries, Plants, Pipeline

START Date: 
October, 2011
END Date: 
November, 2014
Working for Saudi Aramco Saudi Aramco is a global petroleum enterprise with Exploration, Production, Refining, Distribution operations. • Review the contractor’s project schedule and make sure it satisfies contract requirements such as scope of work, major milestones, Work Breakdown Structure (WBS), manpower loading, progress S-curve, major work sequence, material procurement, etc. and recommend approval to the Division Manager. • Review the contractor’s Scheduling & Reporting Plan indicating procedures and guidelines on the subject. • Prepare a summarized Project Completion Schedule (PCS) showing Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Commissioning, & Close-out phases of the project based on the approved contractor’s schedule for the Department Manager’s approval. • Review contractor’s weekly progress report including look-ahead schedule and analyze the impact on the Baseline schedule. Advise the senior engineers on the schedule variance and recommend a recovery action plan in case of negative variances. • Coordinate with Cost Engineers in the preparation of Monthly Project Update (MPU) Report condensing Cost & Schedule status of all projects assigned to our Division. • Participate in the Early Planning of incoming projects and study the contract strategy to be implemented. Create a Baseline schedule using benchmark data from previous similar projects. • Conduct schedule delay analysis and identify time and cost impacts. This also includes gathering of historical data significant to the delay and then prepare a Project Change Request (PCR) for Management’s approval. • Conduct in-house training sessions on Planning & Scheduling including Primavera P6 to familiarize the concerned engineers on this aspect. • Mentor/ guide junior Planners/ Schedulers and supervise their work
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