Nuclear Work Week Planner
Contract Length: 12-months with scope for extension
Location: Remote / site -BLEND. Cumbria
Pay Rate to Candidate: £20.10 PAYE or £27.14 UMBRELLA
Role and Responsibilities
*Providing leadership and chairing all work management meetings, ensuring communication of standards for performance to achieve established goals.
*Supporting the review of work order backlog and making independent decisions on additions and deletions and understanding of the impact on the facility and business objectives and strategies to ensure logical selection of work.
*Performing the final review of scheduled work prior to scope freeze
*Controlling the addition and deletion of work to the facility integrated schedule between the scope freeze milestone at T-4 and end of T-0.
*Coordinating and resolving issues that present a schedule delay or conflict.
*Coordinating and integrating efforts of internal and external work groups.
*Initiating revisions to resource loading and schedule content based on input from the performing organisation and other organisations based on progress on at-risk tasks (exceptions).
*Preparing information for and chairing the T+1 work week critique, and producing and distributing performance reports with a goal of achieving improved performance within the OU.
PERSON SPECIFICATION / SKILLS
*Experience in work planning functions
*Demonstrable experience in problem solving
*Demonstrable skills in organising and controlling work.
*Demonstrable evidence of leadership skills and holding to account.
*Demonstrable communication skills with dealing with variety of stakeholders.
*Working knowledge of operations and maintenance standards.
*Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
*Experience of driving improvements within the business.
*Working knowledge of scheduling tools (e.g. Primavera, Project)
*Knowledge of the principles and concepts of the Integrated Work Management process
We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure. It is our policy that there should be equal opportunity for and no discrimination against applicants on the grounds of gender, race, religion or belief, nationality, colour, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, disability, age, marriage and civil partnership, union or non-union membership, socio-economic background or being a part-time or fixed term worker.