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Project Controls Engineer (Nuclear Waste Services) - Oxford (hybrid working)

Oxford, .
Project Controls Engineer to work within the KBR Nuclear Waste Services Call-off Contract

Oxford (hybrid working)

The role will require the Project Controls Engineer to work within an agile environment, delivering the work both remotely, working-from-home and through face-to-face engagements, meetings, and workshops at the Clients offices in Oxfordshire or designated community site locations throughout the UK.

The Project Controls Engineer will work within the KBR NWS Programme Management Office (PMO) Team and report directly to the KBR PMO Lead.

The role has an immediate start and a target limited company rate to man of circa £68.00 per hour.

The role is likely to be outside IR35 but the final decision will be made after a Qdos assessment

The Project Controls Engineer will assist in providing Project Control practical expertise, direction and implementation, including support, in delivery of KBR’s allocated Service Packages, released as part of the NWS Major Capital Programme for the Geological Disposal Facility (GDF). They will provide assurance that KBR Service Packages and/or allocated scopes of work are delivered in a safe, efficient, and effective manner in line with both KBR and NWS project and programme objectives.
The Project Controls Engineer will be accountable to the KBR PMO Lead and the KBR P3M Project Controls Lead and will be responsible for the management and oversight of their scope of works.
The Project Controls Engineer will provide day-to-day support to KBR and NWS PMO and Project Control Leads and Managers through the production, implementation and maintenance of Project Control deliverables across Planning, Cost, Estimating, Risk, Performance Reporting, Document Control and Change Control functions and disciplines. The Project Controls Engineer will support with the delivery, monitoring and reporting of Project and Programme performance by supporting the implementation of Project Controls reports, processes and procedures.
The role will require close liaison and interaction with both KBR and NWS PMO and Project Control Managers, Project Managers, Programme Managers, the Programme Management Office (PMO) Discipline Leads and Project Teams as necessary.
Responsibilities for this role include:
  • Familiarization with internal and external stakeholders and their requirements.
  • Establishing, implementing and maintaining best-in-class Project Controls standards.
  • Assisting in the identification and cross project agreement of interface milestones (gives and gets).
  • Assisting and delivering to the KBR and NWS PMO and Project Controls Teams
  • Assisting with the development and implementation of the PMO / Project Controls execution strategy to achieve Contractual and best-in-class requirements.
  • Assisting with developing PMO and Project Controls standards, policies and procedures.
  • Coordination with Programme and Project Management Team’s on all aspects of PMO and Project Controls.
  • Assisting and supporting the establishing and management of a Programme WBS and linked schedule, estimating and cost plans.
  • Assisting with establishing and managing a CBS, OBS, budget control as well as Programme and Project outturn cost control.
  • Assisting with establishing and managing a Risk Management plan.
  • Assisting with establishing and managing Document Control processes, procedures and adherence.
  • Assisting with establishing and managing Change Control processes, procedures and adherence.
  • Developing and assisting with progress, cost and risk monitoring and analysis.
  • Contributing to Programme and Project monthly and weekly reports, both internal and external and to all stakeholder levels of Governance.
  • Preparing presentations.
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