Position – P6 Planner
Type – Contract
Rate – £40.00 per hour OR PAYE equivalent (DOE)
Duration – 12 Months +
Hours – Typically 38 hours per week
Determination – Inside IR35
Security – UK BPSS / SC Security Clearance to be in place
Location – Heysha, Lancashire, UK
Start Date – ASAP ?
When planning the Fuel Route Outage (FRO) and the Graphite Inspection Outages (GIO), the successful Planner will have the opportunity to interact with multiple stakeholders, both internal to operations and external to the Station to ensure the balance of operational programmes are accurate, optimised and challenging and achievable.
As a FRO/GIO Planner at Heysham 2 you will liaise with appropriate station departments to develop and maintain a fully logic linked & resourced Outage plan. Working with the Outage Co-ordinator, you will manage the preparation delivery in accordance to the Milestone process as well as Monitor and facilitate the delivery of the plan throughout the execution phase.
As an Outage Planner at Heysham 2, you will have the following responsibilities:
Develop fully logic linked and resourced L3 Plan, reviewing historic similar plans to identify differences and review these with appropriate Station departments.
Integrate all activities in each work area, match work scope to available resource, group work permit boundaries with SAP and coordinate the use of common services & facilities
Manage changes to the plan due to “Scope Change” during preparation phase and include contingency activities
Maintain Plan during execution phase by, updating progress, tracking critical / Sub-critical path, reviewing impact of emergent work & identifying any errors / improvements required in the plan
Check plan against Tech Spec and other compliance requirements
Provide outage reports as requested
Support / Input to post outage reviews, capture all OPEX in the plan & investigate critical path duration variations
Provide support to Outage Co-ordinator
As the successful Outage Planner you will have:
An engineering or scientific HNC (or equivalent)
Ideally, you will have 2 years project planning experience
Knowledge and experience of using the EDF process & Planning Tool – including AMS & Primavera to competent levels.
You will be well versed in the use of computer packages such as Word, Excel, Microsoft Project and PowerPoint.