Airswift are a Global Manpower Provider specializing in the Energy, ...
Airswift are a Global Manpower Provider specializing in the Energy, Infrastructure & IT sectors. Present in more than 70 countries around the world, our reach, and capabilities in the markets we service is unparalleled in the industry.
Senior Site Planner Within Western Australia our Mining & Resources Division delivers engineering and construction projects for our key Tier 1 iron ore producing clients, which enables them to sustain and expand their mining operations throughout the Pilbara Region of Western Australia. As a trusted partner to the WA resource sector, our client is integrated in their Client’s Major Projects which enables them to go above and beyond and succeed together with their clients. The Role: This FIFO position will be an initial 12 month contract, with chance of extension, offered on an 8:6 roster from Perth. You will have the opportunity to work on an iconic WA project, gaining valuable experience in mine closure.
Interface with the client and contractors on site to understand long term maintenance plans, schedules and deadlines
Provide reports & analysis to assist in the review and improvement of maintenance tasks and strategy
Identification of risks and cost reductions opportunities and continuous improvement.
Produce estimates in line with scope of works and schedule in line with the goals set by the construction manager
Advise, assist and support Extension of Time Claim delay analysis as requested by the Project Management teams
About you: We’re on the lookout for likeminded individuals who are passionate about finding solutions to wicked environmentally, social, and economic issues associated with Mine Closures.
Extensive experience working on major resource projects that include bulk earthworks
Proven ability to proactively build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders
Effective planning ability, time management, and prioritisation
Intermediate – advanced working knowledge of Primavera P6
Accurate ability to forecast project schedules for staff, potential delays and completion dates
Airswift has an exciting opportunity available for a Long-Term Large Project ...
Airswift has an exciting opportunity available for a Long-Term LargeProject Construction Scheduler located in Houston, TX.
You will act as a technical resource for Project Controls within the Global Project Methodology (GPM) work process. Supports the establishment of the overall schedule baseline and reporting to monitor and control the project within established tolerances of the baseline supporting efficient project execution. Coordinates data inputs from the various contractors and functions to ensure accurate forecasts and reporting of construction scope of work. Engages with the project steering team to understand causes of the deviation and the need to establish actions to mitigate, where deviations from established tolerances occur. Requires in-depth conceptual and practical knowledge in project controls, construction, and basic knowledge of related job disciplines.
Also, you can complete each of the following tasks:
Promotes discipline knowledge exchange and quality application through technical coaching.
Contributes to improvement of Schedule Management Work Process and leveraging of learning experiences.
Provides recommendations on cycle time reduction opportunities and techniques, as applied to scheduling.
Develops schedule management plans for project plans for management and control.
Develops conceptual schedules to evaluate various alternates or anticipated schedule challenges.
Assist in developing and maintaining comprehensive integrated master project schedules including Front-end Loading, Detail Design, Procurement, Construction and Start-up/Commissioning Project Stages.
Maintains construction schedule during the project life cycle monitoring progress and incorporating modifications where changes in the original scope occur or delays are encountered.
Utilizes project cost estimates to resource load project schedules and gain alignment with estimated scope of work and the project schedule.
Performs staffing density checks or staffing limitation checks to validate schedule durations and ensures resource-leveling supports the project strategy.
Leads project teams in forecasting schedule challenges and offers analyses and solutions to complete the project on schedule.
Performs critical path analysis to determine critical areas regarding project schedule and resource overloads and offers alternative courses of action to the project team.
Evaluates project deviations to assess schedule impact for proper decision making and recovery plans.
Works with cost management to gain alignment when forecasting schedule completion dates and cost reporting.
Applies established schedule management practices to ascertain critical schedule issues and recommend corrective actions.
Defines comprehensive Schedule Management solutions for capital and expense projects.
Assist in quantity tracking and installation rates
Performs quantity surveys to validate construction progress
A minimum of a bachelor's degree in any discipline or 10 years of experience in project controls, engineering, manufacturing, or related experience or relevant military experience at or above a U.S. E6 ranking OR Canadian Petty Officer 2nd Class ranking.
A minimum of 5 years of experience in project controls, engineering, manufacturing, or related experience
A minimum of 5 years' experience with Primavera P6
Essential functions of this position may require, among other things, that the employee use particular types of equipment -- such as on-site safety equipment that has specific weight limitations whereby the individual’s own weight, plus the weight of tools and other items and materials, must not exceed a certain threshold. (For example, some types of safety equipment may be rated for a maximum weight limit of 300 pounds total.) In the event a job offer for this position were (conditionally) extended and provides for a pre-employment medical examination, the individual will be appropriately evaluated in regard to their ability to perform all essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation.
Must be willing and able to meet all applicable requirements related to business travel (e.g., as to immigration and visa rules, public-health mandates, airline rules, etc.) into and out of (and physical presence in) various countries world wide
A minimum requirement for this U.S. based position is the ability to work legally in the United States.
Airswift is an international workforce solutions provider within the energy, ...
Airswift is an international workforce solutions provider within the energy, process and infrastructure industries. Airswift serves as a strategic partner to our clients, offering a turnkey workforce solution to capture and deliver the top talent needed to complete successful projects by aligning with the unique needs of our clients. With over 800 employees and 6,000 contractors operating in over 50 countries, our geographical reach and pool of talent available is unmatched in the industry and the level of experience, exposure and expertise that the organization has is unparalleled.
Our client is seeking an Electrical Engineer Lead to work within their facilities located in Houston, TX, Allentown, PA, or Buffalo, NY (you can choose) for a 1-year assignment.
Lead an electrical engineering and design team on large scale projects containing multiple process units with multiple execution strategies from various global design centers.
Position requires ability to manage and coordinate with overall project management team, other functional discipline teams, and project engineering managers to maintain budget and schedule to meet functional execution strategy.
Development of electrical single line diagrams and overall plant electrical distribution systems.
Coordination with utility and/or customer to develop required power for operating plants.
Specifying and purchasing key electrical equipment such as medium and low voltage switchgear and motor control centers, transformers, VFD’s, UPS systems, DC systems, etc. Responsibilities include writing purchase specifications, evaluating quotations, performing technical bid evaluations, vendor document review, and factory acceptance testing.
Specifying large induction and synchronous motors and starting systems including reduced voltage autotransformers, reactor start, electronic soft-start/VFD/LCI, etc.
Specifying and integrating gas turbine and steam turbine generators for co-generation within process plants.
Performing electrical system studies including short circuits, load flow, transient motor start, protection relay coordination, and arc flash, and creating appropriate protective device settings.
Provide start-up and commissioning support for electrical distribution equipment and motors.
BS Degree in Electrical Engineering with a minimum of 10 years’ experience in the design of industrial electrical power systems.
Professional Engineer license is required.
Computer literate and experienced in the use of SKM Power Tools, MS Word, and MS Excel.
Candidate must be self-motivated, able to work with a minimum level of supervision and accept a high degree of personal responsibility for results.
Able to work within a matrix engineering team environment and communicate effectively with team members, project managers and customers.
Candidate must have the ability to self-execute all electrical engineering and oversee design within a given project as well as lead a team of electrical engineers and designers on larger, more complex projects.