EPC Scheduler/Project Planner Turbine Air Systems
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The Project Planner is responsible for the creation and life-cycle maintenance of accurate, comprehensive, resource-loaded project schedules in a multi-project environment. They are also responsible for the reporting of schedule metrics and in supporting the Project Manager(s) and the Business Processes in determining the health of the Project(s).
Provide life-cycle management of the project schedule, from conception in the sales/applications phase through the customer hand over
Work with sales/applications engineering to create the sales-phase schedule, used for the purposes of bidding, negotiating and contract creation
At sales turnover to the project team, develop the comprehensive project-level baseline schedule to be used for control of the project
With input from the project team, perform weekly updates to the schedule
Identify and highlight to the Project Team:
Key project milestones
Project resource requirements
?Look-aheads? on upcoming due project tasks
Critical path activities
Assist and provide input to weekly project meetings with representatives from manufacturing, engineering, operations, project management, and purchasing
The Project Schedules in this environment typically have a strong Engineering Schedule component
Work in concert with Engineering to ensure that relevant engineering requirements are incorporated into the schedule
Ensure that weekly updates from Engineering are incorporated into the schedule
Modify and communicate schedule changes required to meet unforeseen conditions and expedite Engineering to meet shipping and/or start-up and commissioning requirements
The project schedulers in this environment typically have a strong operations schedule component
Establish sequence and lead-time of preparation of products to meet finished goods inventory requirements and shipping dates
Confer with the operations department supervisors to determine status of ongoing production requirements and assigned projects
Prepare production reports and graphs necessary for weekly project meetings
Ensure that weekly updates from operations are incorporated into the schedule modify and communicate schedule changes required to meet unforeseen conditions and expedite operations to meet shipping and/or start-up and commissioning requirements
The project schedules in this environment sometimes have a customer (field) service component
Work in concert with customer service to create and maintain a start-up and commissioning schedule
Ensure that weekly updates from customer service are incorporated in the schedule
Develop and report to the business, key project metrics showing the health of the project(s)
Ability to create comprehensive, resource-loaded schedules from start to finish in a dynamic manufacturing environment
Possess mechanical engineering knowledge or other technical knowledge to be able to translate engineering and construction requirements into the schedule
Advanced knowledge and understanding of flow manufacturing, manufacturing processes, manufacturing methods and procedures
Ability to translate general scheduling methodologies from manufacturing and other areas into an EPC Project environment
Strong knowledge of Microsoft Project, and MRP software
Intermediate to Advanced MS skills: specifically in Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Visio
Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical or industrial engineering, preferred
Minimum 5 years project scheduling experience in a manufacturing and/or project environment
Previous experience in working with Logistics, Purchasing, Engineering and Manufacturing/Operations
HVAC, Power Generation, or Central Refrigeration Plant experience
PMP or CAPM certification, a plus
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT:
Ability to exert up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Performs other physical activities including use of fingers, stooping, crouching, talking, hearing and performing repetitive motions. Visual acuity requirements include color, depth perception and field of vision necessary to prepare and analyze data and figures, operate a computer terminal and conduct extensive reading. The incumbent will be subject to inside environmental conditions.
Join a team driven to excel in all that we do! When you join TAS, you join a Houston-headquartered private company with a solid reputation built on outstanding value, integrity and customer focus. We offer our customers and employees the best of both worlds: a small company feel with the resources, talent, process and international reach of a large company.
TAS is a recognized leader in designing, packaging/manufacturing and servicing high efficiency cooling, heating and power systems for a broad variety of global energy, industrial, and commercial markets. We are a pioneer in creating repeatable modular energy efficient equipment solutions and provide systems for turbine inlet chilling, commercial cooling, geothermal, combined heat & power, waste heat recovery and other custom engineered applications.
The foundation of TAS? success lies within our experienced, customer focused, and highly technical teams. The combination of know-how in power generation, refrigeration, and engineered packaging has established us as the leader in our target markets. By utilizing highly engineered, repeatable, factory manufactured, modular designs, TAS is able to deliver systems with higher efficiency characteristics, at a lower total cost, and with shorter project durations than competing systems.
Founded in 1999, our headquarters and manufacturing operations are located on a single site in Houston, Texas. We operate out of a 275,000 square foot manufacturing facility with further sales and service offices located in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and throughout North America. TAS has achieved a record of consistent growth year after year. With our tremendous market potential, advanced technological systems, entrepreneurial culture as well as a talented and productive workforce we continue to set and exceed aggressive market penetration and financial goals. More information is available at the company website at: www.tas.com.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: TAS has implemented a non-smoking hiring policy effective February 1, 2012 under which individuals hired after such date will not be allowed to smoke on the TAS premises or take "smoking" breaks during working hours.
The above declarations are not intended to be an all-inclusive list of the duties and responsibilities of the job described, nor are they intended to be such a listing of the skills and abilities required to do the job. Rather, they are intended only to describe the general nature of the job.
Applications and resumes will be kept on file for a limited time and that the Company is under no duty or obligation to contact applicants if they are not selected for the job applied for or if other jobs become available in the future. Applicants that desire to apply for a job that becomes available at the Company in the future, should submit a new employment application or resume.
Turbine Air Systems guarantees equal employment opportunity to all qualified applicants. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment, without regard to sex, age, race, color, national origin, religion or disability.
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