- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
As mentioned in my enclosed resume, I am a recent, enthusiastic and dynamic project engineer. I am motivated, ambitious and able to communicate effectively and assertively, organized and flexible.
I have been particularly interested during my MSc in value and risk management. Their implementation is fundamental in the current economic climate and competitive market. My research aimed to appraise risks and test success factors of tourism projects acquired under a PFI/PPP procurement route.
Also, I am capable to demonstrate leadership and initiative skills. While undertaking my role as a project engineer in the estimation department, I was responsible of following up with marble stones suppliers for Casablanca parc residential building. I was involved in by producing a comparison sheet, adding new suppliers’ quotations to the table to have a general idea about all prices, hence, allowing a better comparison. Moreover, I was engaged in requesting samples from suppliers in order to ensure its compliance with client requirements, reading and analysing newly received quotations and comparing them with the provided database, asking supplier for a price revision if their price is much higher than the database as well as discussing delivery methods. While undertaking my thesis that mainly treated risks (bidding, financial, operation costs risks…) in PPP contractual arrangement in Morocco while delivering a touristic project, I analysed their probability of occurrence and impact using a matrix.
In addition, I am equally able working independently or as part of a team. Consequently, I have successfully produced a PMP (project management plan) as a group assignment that details the project’s OBS and WBS.
Thank you for the time taken to consider this application and I am looking forward to hear from you in the near future.
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