July 11, 2024

The client are looking to recruit an experienced P6 Planner to join our team at Hinkley Point C, through until 2026. 


The Role

The primary responsibility is to produce, update and maintain the Project Schedule in conjunction with the respective accountable discipline leads and in line with the project controls strategy and schedule management plan.


Your new position will be:

  • Responsible for ensuring on time reporting to the project and management team to display control, progress and understanding in the design, procurement, and execution phases.
  • Develop and deliver project plans in P6
  • Develops a project schedule in Primavera P6, with a robust logic and Work Breakdown Structure to at least a level 3 detail and update summary level as well as detailed fabrication and construction activities
  • Develop Work Breakdown Structures, produce manhour take-offs, establish durations and ensure series and parallel working have been considered.
  • Include key project milestones for Client Deliverables, design materials, sub-contracts etc.
  • Ensure relevant quality procedures and methodologies are applied, including use of change control processes.
  • Monitor and identify programme specific risks
  • Evaluate & record project progress against plan
  • Assesses actual progress based on site inspections
  • Ensure plan is kept up to date with any agreed changes to scope, as directed by the Project Management team.
  • Re-baseline project progress as required
  • Develops earned value reports and detailed client progress reports.
  • Ensure compliance with relevant standards
  • Produce Milestone schedules and analysis, including CPA
  • Ensuring Schedules are smoothly interfaced with the client and/or subcontract partners to meet or exceed their expectations.
  • Production of risk analysis data if required by the project.
  • Labour Resource management and forecasting and develops resource histograms and s-curves
  • Monitor progress (including sub-contractors) against plans and schedules and report on status.
  • Identify and presents schedule updates to Project Managers and Planning Team, communicating progress, changes to critical path/key milestones and highlighting any potential issues.
  • Attend project meetings and present progress reports to the client.
  • Liaise and interface with team members, clients, suppliers and sub-contractors.
  • Support Quality and Health and Safety objectives
  • Work safely and adhere to the clients company policies and procedures and those of our client
  • Work as part of a team to successfully achieve the aims and objectives of the Project and the company.
  • Demonstrate flexibility and approachability.
  • Proactively seek additional tasks where time permits.

Below is what you will need:

  • Ability to communicate effectively within a team
  • Take responsibility and accountability for your own actions & work
  • Demonstrates commitment to always working safely
  • Flexibility to comply with company and client requirements
  • Adaptable in utilising skills outside of core discipline
  • Ability to work with other team members / disciplines and in a multi – cultural environment
  • Desire for self-development; to learn and develop within the role and develop others when required.
  • Use of initiative/ be proactive to problem solve or work without direct supervision.
  • Behave in an honest, fair and ethical manner.
  • Strong organisational, planning and time management skills.

Qualifications & Experience Requirements 

  • Minimum of Five years’ experience as a Planner within the Oil, Gas, Nuclear Industry with Project or Turnaround experience.
  • Proficiency in Primavera scheduling products (P6) and report preparation skills
  • Must have strong understanding of CPM (Critical Path Method) concepts and calculations
  • Strong understanding of earned value concepts, calculations, and rules of credit
  • Must thoroughly understand and utilize Information Technology in the performance of work including MS 365

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Project Specifics

The position will be based onsite, starting ASAP through until 2026 

This role will report into the Project Director and sits within the Project Controls function overseen by the Commercial Director.

Working Hours: Initially working 11 days on 3 days off 9.5 hours (Working hours may change to suit the needs of the project).

Duration: ASAP for through until 2026 

Rate of Pay: Depending on experience, this will be discussed with each applicant – Based on a Monthly Paid Staff full time permanent contract. 

Contact Name
Max Bianco
Employment Type
£60,000 +
AM Recruitment
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Company size
50-100 employees
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