The role requires you to develop, implement and maintain systems for planning, monitoring, controlling and reporting the progress and performance of projects.
Key Responsibilities include:
Coordinate the implementation and management of systems.
Liaise with and support the Project Schedulers, Project Managers, Product Managers, clients and their representatives.
Maintain the time and resource schedules for individual projects, programs and the overall Project Delivery portfolios
Advise Project and Program Managers of time scheduling and resourcing issues, monitor performance and advise of resource conflicts and issues.
Maintain an accurate database on the forecast commissioning dates and key milestones of all projects.
Monitor, record and report on project performance by comparing actuals against planned criteria.
Produce regular reports, advice and feedback to Project Delivery Management, Network Management and clients on the requirements to meet the enterprise works portfolio.
Generate performance indicators on the effectiveness of the project management processes in meeting the planned commitments.
Tertiary qualifications in Project Management, Business Management or equivalent.
Ability to be able to pick up tasks quickly and management multiple variables at any given time.
High level of skill in the planning and scheduling of large multi-disciplinary infrastructure projects in an environment where requirements are conflicting, incomplete or changing.
Experience in analysing complex project planning issues and inter-relationships between projects.
Extensive knowledge in the use of project management scheduling tools in particular Primavera P3 and Microsoft Project.
High level of interpersonal, negotiation, oral and written communication skills.
Extensive knowledge of project management principles.
Aurizon is Australia’s largest rail freight operator and a top 100 ASX company. Each year, we transport more than 250 million tonnes of Australian commodities, connecting miners, primary producers, and industry with international and domestic markets.