Stantec Project Controls Team Lead in Anchorage, Alaska
Finding efficient, safe, and economical ways to develop and deliver oil and gas is an ongoing challenge. From the Arctic to the Canadian oil sands and the US shale plays, our Oil & Gas team partners with clients to provide engineering, procurement, construction management (EPCM), permitting, survey, and environmental services across the upstream, midstream, and downstream oil and gas industry.
We design facilities, pipelines and terminals, as well as critical infrastructure like processing plants. Through our partnerships, industry experience, and use of technology, we develop new and inventive ways to solve emerging issues, meet regulations, and increase productivity. Explore your career options with us.
We are currently seeking a Project Controls Lead to join the team in our Anchorage, Alaska office . The successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of contract project controls deliverables and regular cost and schedule status reporting.
Provide guidance to project management on matters relating to project controls.
Implement project control processes and procedures established for project functions, including management of change, delegation of authority, cash flow projections.
Support development of PEP, CEP and PCP.
Liaising with Project Management Team and Client to establish an approved project control and reporting methodology.
Prepare and establish baseline and controls budgets and schedule in conjunction with Engineering Team Members.
Prepare and maintain schedules using Primavera software.
Incorporates KPIs and EVM to track schedule and cost in a mutually beneficial way
Liaising with clients to clarify cost and schedule related issues.
Define critical path.
Validate schedule slips.
Assume responsibility for preparation, quality, accuracy and timeliness of project reports.
Establish and apply Rules of Credit to establish progress, calculate earned value, cost and schedule performance indices and forecast.
Review, assess and analyze contractor progress and performance during engineering, procurement and construction through to the commissioning phase of the project as required.
Coordinate cost estimate reports for proposals and throughout project phases.
Perform risk analysis with project management.
Support department initiatives.
Participate in development of proposals.
Your Capabilities and Credentials
Bachelor’s degree in appropriate curriculum (Project Management, Finance, or Engineering).
Minimum 7 years of experience in performing cost management, scheduling and other project controls functions over engineering, procurement, and construction of large capital projects.
Excellent knowledge in project cost control fundamentals (AACE) with superior analytical skills and expertise in financial analysis, modeling and budgeting methodologies.
Experience in developing/enhancing and implementing cost standards.
Advanced MS Office skills, proficient in Excel.
Detailed knowledge of and proficiency with Primavera scheduling software, Oracle, and total installed cost estimatingAACE designation an asset.
Strong communication skills: verbal, business writing, electronic communications and presentations.
Ability to multi-task, work on 20 or more projects or tasks at once, manage time, organize, and set priorities.
Business awareness and acumen: knowledge of project costs, time and resource availability.
Possess strong problem-solving skills.
Ability to make timely decisions.
Positive attitude with strong relationship building skills.
Job ID 34057
# of Openings Remaining 1
Experience (Years) 7
Discipline Oil and Gas EPCM Services