Seeking a motivated and energetic Scheduling Professional to be based in the New York City to support the work identified for the MTA-Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) projects over a 12-month period with an option to extend an additional 12 months. In this role, you will be the lead/master scheduler to apply expertise in planning and scheduling to help our client track, monitor, report and deliver their programs and projects. Candidates must demonstrate superior written and oral communication skills with education, professional experience and affiliations as a scheduling professional.
Required Technical Expertise/ Project Experience
- Thorough working knowledge of Primavera P6 and Microsoft Projects software. Experience in scheduling technology and/or transportation projects a plus.
· Ability to prepare Project Schedules, Resource Plans and from scopes, estimates, various reports, and perform Earned Value Analysis.
- Experience in developing, maintaining and reviewing detailed critical path method / precedence diagram scheduling technique, resource and cost loaded schedules in Primavera P6.
- Ability to write and publish Monthly Narrative Reports.
- Experience with preparation of Time, Resource, Cost and Earned Value Analytical Reports. Create simple and complex analytical reports using P6 (BI Publisher and Excel experience a plus).
- Minimum of 3 of years of experience in planning, scheduling and project controls (Public transportation experience a plus).
- Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or Technology related field or equivalent.
- Thorough working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
Required Scheduling Proficiencies
- Work Breakdown Structure and Activity Development.
- Converting files back and forth between P6 and MSP.
- Build activity Sequence/Logic.
- Project Schedule Resource and Cost Loading.
- Coding of Activities.
- Issue Baseline Schedules, Update Schedules and Reports.
- Current Schedule vs. Baseline Schedule Variance Analysis.
- Critical Path Analysis.
- Delay Analysis.
- Planned vs. Actual Percent Complete Reporting.
- Monthly Status Reporting.
- Earned Value Analysis.
- Resource Planning/ Leveling.
- Project Re-baselining.
- Periodic Reporting
- Attend Project Meetings.
- Understanding of Free Float and Total Float
- Visit MTA Agencies to gather Activity progress information.
- Communicate effectively, possess good interpersonal skills and meet deadlines.
Hands on demonstration of P6 and Microsoft Projects software may be required.