Sanford, United States
about 1 year ago
Reporting to the Project Controls Lead, the primary role of the Project Change Management Engineer is to assist the Project Controls Lead in managing the Change Management Program and carrying out financial audits and checks on estimates prepared by the CM and its subcontractors.
• Review and approval of Contract award and Change Order valuations prepared by the CM and its’ subcontractors.
• Assist with compiling detailed budget estimates for generated change orders (Variances) and be conversant with all major cost disciplines including process equipment, trade contract packages, automation, commissioning and all in-directs.
• Facilitates the Change Management program by reviewing changes with the Technical Leads to determine and confirm whether the change is in-scope or out-of-scope. Provides thorough review of proposed labor, equipment, and material estimates. Ensures hourly rates, proposed staffing and material costs are in compliance with originally approved rates for labor and material. Escalates any potential discrepancies/disputes to the appropriate technical group and/or upper management for resolution as necessary.
• Maintains the Variance Log for all company and Construction/Field Condition changes.
• Review payment requisitions, walk the project, assess percentage of work complete with the project field supervisors and appropriate trade companies and make any adjustments as required.
• Provide full assistance to the Project Controls Lead in all aspects of Cost Control Management and its applications with regards to commercial, technical, and services of the project. Prepares weekly and monthly inputs to Project Cost Reports as required.
• Provides financial audits of all proposed subcontractor awards (Recommendation for Award), and previously awarded sub-contracts.
• Reviews all bid-packages contain full back-up documentation (audit proof) to support awarding of subcontractor packages. Maintain database files (Turn Over Packages) for review and record purposes.
• Review contract close out administration and ensures that contractors meet their contractual requirements.
Bachelor’s Degree in Surveying, Engineering, Construction Management, Business or equivalent level of industry-based experience. A minimum of 5 years of experience in a similar position with at least 15 years overall experience.