Planning & scheduling (Oil&Gas)
Established in 1994, TotalSoft is one of the most important providers of business software systems (ERP, HCM, CRM, DM and BI) in Central Europe.
TotalSoft is the preferred ERP solutions provider in Romania and one of the top 10 global providers of software solutions for the leasing industry.TotalSoft’s top products, Charisma ERP, Charisma HCM are market leader products in Romania, with relevant references in 8 industries: financial services, retail, distribution, production, construction, agriculture, medical and services.
Currently, TotalSoft has a team of +500 software specialists and projects in 45 countries on 4 continents.
In autumn 2016, TotalSoft was acquired by Logo Business Investment S.A. (Logo), the largest independent software provider in Turkey. With over 35 years of experience, Logo is one of the fastest growing software companies, delivering innovative solutions and services through more than 800 partners. The company is present on 45 international markets serving over 90,000 customers in Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia. Logo is the first publicly traded IT company in Turkey.
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The suitable candidate should have:
• Engineering diploma
• Proven experience working in the same area required in large, complex projects
• 3+ years’ experience in Oil & Gas industry(Upstream – in a planning & scheduling role)
• Experience in working with Primavera project management software
• Experience in working with any Project Risk Tool (PRA, Easy Risk represents and advantage)
• Experience in Offshore also constitutes and advantage
The planning & scheduling area covers the translation of a project’s technical scope, execution strategy and risk profile into the component activities, interrelationships and sequencing required for its delivery.
The principles mentioned above apply to all types of projects and development stages. The different nature and level of project definition in each development phase needs a different level of focus, working methods, and techniques.
The planning discipline comprises the processes, methods and tools required to establish and maintain the project baseline schedule.
The processes involved are:
identifying the specific activities that need to be performed to produce the project deliverables;
identifying and utilizing dependencies between activities;
estimating the types and quantity of resources needed;
analyzing activity sequences, durations, resource limits, and constraints to create a realistic baseline;
progressing, rescheduling, measuring performance and analysing the current position against the baseline in order to establish project status.
identifying problem areas, mitigating actions and the effect of scope changes to the project’s execution;
providing earned value and reporting and performance measurements against project baseline schedule i.e. trends, deviations, delayed construction, procurement and/or engineering deliverables;
cost monitoring & planned vs actual analysis
risk management – exposing the deterministic schedule to risk via a probabilistic modelling process. using the results of this analysis to de-risk the plan and schedule and establish focus on areas of risk;
facilitating schedule risk analysis workshops, quantitative modelling, and associated float recommendations and critical path analysis to the final project schedule;
coordinating deliverables from contractors and subcontractors - review, validate and incorporate contractor, subcontractor and third party engineering, procurement and construction schedules into the master project and measure performance according to baseline;
offering support in quantitative and qualitative risk analysis workshops.