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Project Planning Manager, General Electric Company (GE), Lead time reduction of 660 MW Boiler Island platform

START Date: 
August, 2010
The key job responsibilities include:
  1. Project controlling of assigned projects with overall accountability for project execution in accordance with contract requirements, schedule, project performance goals (including cash flow and P&L performance) and customer acceptance / satisfaction.
  2. ŸClosely review project DOW with both Onshore and Offshore teams for the respective scope and progressively elaborate WBS for better cost control, risk identification and mitigation strategies.
  3. ŸDevelop a well-grounded Master Time Schedule that will guide and drive predictable results-oriented performance in accordance with contract requirements, project goals and customer satisfaction.
  4. ŸManage and update Master Time Schedule during execution to achieve Project performance indicators (such as CPI, SPI).
  5. ŸPreparation of financial progress against physical progress (Cash Flow index).
  6. ŸMonitoring & controlling of detailed EPC schedule & preparation of S-Curves.
  7. ŸMonitoring and controlling the work progress to achieve package work completion within allocated time and budget.
  8. ŸResource load analysis for current and future projects and cross project analysis of ex-works for capacity planning.
  9. ŸAssists in preparing work program, cash flow and manpower histogram for tenders.
  10. ŸKeep management informed on a timely regular basis of on critical activities, project execution status, early identification of risks and opportunities, recommended mitigating actions and grounded assessment of forecasted performance.
  11. ŸPrepares and submit updated work program and cash flow curve showing actual progress and identify areas of weakness and establishes means and methods for recovery, if any, as well as new critical activities.
  12. Participate in project meetings and discussions with the various stakeholders as and when required.
  13. ŸPerforms other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned from time to time.
Experience Hours (Planning & Scheduling): 
8000
Experience Hours (Cost Management): 
3000
Experience Hours (Forensic Analysis): 
1500