Cost Control Manager

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Roles and Responsibilities
  • PROCON: Assess reports provided by Procon/Power BI for reporting Earned Value Management (EVM) liaising with Procon developer, planners and estimators to ensure the information being captured and reported reflects what the status of the Works Task Order.
  • Works Task Orders (WTO): Provide project controls support on site at HPC from kick-off meeting to final account, to include:
  • Review of Cost Advice, Schedules and Project Change Requests (PCRs)
  • Final completion of PCRs to enable EVM
  • Provide variance analysis for monthly reporting to support WTO SPI’s and CPI’s
  • Provide day to day site support on all project control matters, including oversight of weekly site progress reports and analysis on progress, productivity and site priorities
  • Application for Payment: Support the Application for Payment (AfP) process for partner collation costs in submission to the client on a monthly basis.
  • Cost Reporting: Liaising with Project Managers and QS’s to provide commentary and statistics for monthly WTO cost reports.
  • NSC: Support and foster a positive Nuclear Safety Culture.
  • HPC Way: Ensure a single joined up approach across the project.
  • 100% compliance (or formal agreement to do otherwise with the PM) update of the Clients Requirements triggered by the Contract Document Change (CDC) Process.
Experience Required
  • Can achieve security clearance (BPSS or higher) is essential.
  • Experienced in use of Earned Value Management reporting tools (Procon and Power Bi would be an advantage)
  • Proven track record in large scale projects, Team player with a “can do” attitude preferably in the nuclear or similar regulated sector.
  • Experienced in producing Earned Value Management reports.
  • Preferably experienced in working in large teams, including Joint Venture &/or Alliance teams, and familiar with the associated behaviour and cultures.
  • Willing to dedicate a minimum 2 years to the project; and preferably stay with the project until completion
  • Preferably with knowledge of nuclear safety culture and related ONR guidance.
  • Displays the right behaviours, demonstrates a “best for project” ethos; is able to think laterally and flexibly to deliver solutions, with a ‘process driven’ focus to delivery.
  • Demonstrates strong communication skills, liaising effectively with peers, other functions, delivery partner and client teams.
  • Able to demonstrate accountability for their own actions for individual Task Orders.
  • Able to demonstrate accountability for their own actions and take responsibility for workload.
  • Demonstrates ability to reach sensible best for project pragmatic positions (One Team approach).
Qualifications Needed
  • Degree (or working towards) in relevant discipline (or equivalent) preferable, though not essential subject to experience in the nuclear sector &/or other high-hazard industries
  • Relevant Professional Accreditation is desirable