Project Planner with a strong desire to learn more!Other
I have been involved in Project Controls and Planning for many years and have worked with project management, design teams, contractors, quantity surveying and procurement teams developing and executing the plans for the whole life cycle of projects on small and large scale projects. I possess good communication skills, good logic, thinking skills and good knowledge of project management principles. I am experienced in setting baseline plans, updating project plans, controlling multiple projects, risk analysis, risk mitigation and identifying critical tasks/activities. Software used includes Primavera P6, Microsoft Project, Asta Power Project, Oracle Corona, Pro-Arc Document Management System (ISO Compliant) and Microsoft Excel plus the ability to interpret and read engineering drawings. I am very proactive with strong administrative skills. I am also focused, challenge driven, hardworking and very determined when given set tasks. Good client facing and interpersonal skills. I am totally comfortable in the philosophies of programme and project planning techniques from design stage to tendering stage through to testing/snagging, commissioning, handover and completion.
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