|Location||London, England/London All|
|Career Level||Mid-Senior Level|
|Salary||£45,000 - £55,000 per year|
|Company Size||Large (1000+ employees)|
|Posted Date||August 7th 2012|
Our client, a global rail and rolling stock specialist are currently recruiting for a Senior Planner to join their Project Delivery team based in London. The role will involve global travel. Reporting to the Programme and Test Manager, the Senior Planner will be responsible for developing and maintaining integrated project delivery programmes for train manufacture, depot construction and maintenance.
The Senior Planner will be responsible for:
• Project planning, update analysis and reporting.
• Delivering information regarding changes and delays that have impacted the programme on a period by period basis, including necessary reports to allow senior managers to direct the project appropriately.
• Establish & maintain an effective programme, integrate and update the overall critical path activity and time schedule to enable the compilation of a high level representation of progress against the critical path.
• Provide support to management and stakeholders for all planning functions ensuring that issues within the programme are highlighted, understood and identifying solutions.
• Ensure coordination between internal divisions and subcontractors’ programmes of works and compliance.
In order to apply for the role of Senior Planner, you will have:
• Client or project delivery experience, within the UK railway industry would be advantageous.
• Proven ability to work successfully in a multi-disciplinary team and demonstrate excellent negotiation skills; being able to represent the programme at all levels within the organisation structure.
• Experience of, and skilled in the use of Primavera P6 and Microsoft planning products using Critical Path Analysis and Earned Value in a technical environment.
If you would like to be considered for the role of Senior Planner please forward your CV to the Rail team at Morgan Hunt at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact them for further information on 0207 419 8968.