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Intervention Specialist


Job Category: Project Controls
Posted on: 05/20/2019 by Thomas Thor Associates

Location
Other
Address: Keizersgracht 268
Zip/Postal Code: 1016EV
 
Compensation Why is Pay Rate not specified?
Unspecified Wage
Unspecified Per Diem

 
Duration
  • Temporary/Outage

Expiration Date 11/16/2019

Job description
For a well known client operating in the United Arab Emirates I am currently in search of three Intervention Specialists. The client is offering a 12 months contract, with a possibility for extension.

Role description
Provide support in the day to day activities including planning, risk and issue management, resource monitoring, cost management and control and stakeholder engagement.



Candidates should be able to interpret scope information and convert it into logical plans, with experience in a complex multi-disciplinary projects and programs.

The Intervention Specialists will provide systematic assistance to the schedule owner, with the intent to remove obstacles in the agreed schedule baseline or to de-escalate issues. Intervention Specialist will support the delivery of the Operational Readiness Control Center (ORCC) work streams and manage various interventions as required.

Responsibilities
1) Schedule Planning

Support optimization of Unit 1 Operational Readiness Schedule by dealing with emergent issues as required through Interventions.
Perform Intervention Appraisals when potential issues or concerns have been identified through risks or Condition Reports, or as assigned by the ORCC Management team.
Organize, chair and lead meetings with stakeholders to facilitate scope and action plan definition.
Understand the context of Scope, Schedule and Planning basis within the work stream area the intervention is located i.e. through the review of Schedule Narrative(s) and P6 Schedule(s)
Update the Intervention Tracker, Intervention Appraisal and Intervention Summary document as part of the assessment.
Develop an action plan, based on an agreed approach with Schedule Owner and ORCC management, to address, mitigate and eliminate identified risks from the path to successfully and safely meet the ORCC Level 1 milestones.
Liaise with Scheduling and Schedule Owner to develop a P6 Schedule (What-if Analysis) as part of the action plan, if required.
Understand any potential impacts to Scope, Schedule and / or Planning Basis to determine if interaction with the Change Control process is required.
Work in partnership with the Risk Team to update the ARM Risk Register status and mitigation activities derived from the action plan and approach.
Initiate and maintain stakeholder engagement and communication throughout the intervention’s lifecycle.
Identify and document problem areas that may introduce risk to achieving the ORCC schedule milestones for achieving Fuel Load and Commercial Operations.
Define and monitor tasks and metrics to ensure interventions are in scope, on schedule and take corrective action when and as required.
Responsible for properly driving to close interventions, as per defined process, by updating relevant logs, trackers and registers and ensuring proper handovers to the Schedule Owners as required.
Support initiative with Unit 2/3/4 ORCC to ensure consistency of approach across the 2 ORCCs and seek opportunities for continuous improvement through lessons learned.
Document lessons learned, create close out reports providing a concise evaluation, including summary of the Intervention deliverables and activities.


2) Schedule Delivery

Receive input from Intervention Manager on emergent issues based on key meeting attendance.
Support 95% schedule adherence by de-escalating risks/issues through Interventions.
Support the development of the ORCC Handbook.
Work with Scheduling and the Schedule Owner to ensure a P6 Schedule (What-if Scenario), if developed as part of the action plan, goes live.
Provide residual support to the Schedule Owner during execution as required, to ensure successful implementation of the action plan.
Responsible for updating and maintaining required documentation, trackers, logs for current interventions as dictated by the Interventions process or as required.
Responsible for providing timely and accurate reporting to the ORCC management on status and progress of active interventions.
Define and implement appropriate filing and record management tools to ensure proper traceability of intervention related activities.
Contribute to the development and implementation of any procedures or processes to support performance optimization within the team.


3) Health, Safety and Security

Demonstrate safety behaviors that support a Safety Conscious Work Environment within the team.
Deliver Safety Messages when chairing meetings.
Support the development of a Nuclear Safety Culture enhancement plan in line with organization-wide requirement.
Continually reinforce safety behaviors in ORCC interventions.
Support the development and implementation of Nuclear Safety Culture working group initiatives.
Ensure compliance with all relevant health, safety & environmental management policies, procedures and controls across the Division / Department / Section by adopting the Health and Safety Management Program to guarantee employee safety, legislative compliance, delivery of high quality service and a responsible environmental attitude.
Follow all relevant Security policies, processes, procedures and instructions to ensure security compliance in all aspects of work, by applying them on self, others and Corporate assets.
Perform observations i.e. during plant walk downs to support the Nuclear Safety Culture at Barakah
Follow all relevant company’s Health and Safety policies, processes, procedures and instructions to ensure Health and Safety compliance in all aspects of work in accordance with sound management practices by applying these Health and Safety policies and procedures to self and others to take reasonable care for the Health and Safety of people, or the environment, who are at the employee’s place of work who may be affected by the employees acts or omissions at work.
Follow all relevant Security policies, processes, procedures and instructions to ensure security compliance in all aspects of work, by applying them on self, others and Corporate assets.
4) People Management

Contribute to the development of UAE National employees in a manner which supports the objectives of the corporation and its Emiratization strategy.
Contribute to knowledge dissemination/sharing in a way that assists with building internal capabilities of UAE Nationals where applicable and maximize their effective performance.


5) Excellence and Quality Management

Ensure commitment to a culture of continuous improvement by eliminating waste, following operations procedures, practicing innovation, problem solving, and teamwork; complying with Quality Management System policies and procedures; providing and receiving constructive feedback, and striving to meet quality standards and stakeholder expectations.
Commitment to One Team, One Goal objectives and principles, AT SITE values and CNO expectations.


6) Other

Work towards adopting the INPO “Leadership & Team Effectiveness Attributes”.
Develop nuclear ‘education’ and nuclear leadership development through close working with ORCC Manager, ORCC Mentors, ORCC Schedule Owner and interaction with the wider Nawah organization.
On a rotational basis chair the weekly intervention team meeting.
Ensure zero personal Condition Reports overdue and zero missed trainings.
Undertake qualifications as part of a development and learning plan.


7) Stakeholder Engagement

Facilitate appropriate communications and presentations to both internal and external stakeholders, in order to build and nurture mutually beneficial working relationships
Ability to interact with senior stakeholders

Description of ideal candidate
Bachelor degree
PMP or other equivalent Project/Program Management qualification preferred
5 years minimum – at least 2 years of Project Management experience
Previous experience of working within the Nuclear Industry desirable
Proficient in English and Excellent MS Office Skills


Other requirements
 
Degree
Unspecified

 
Experience
<1 year

 
Security Clearance
No Clearance

 
Qualifications
Unspecified

 

 

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