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Project Scheduler - LAUSD
Ref No.: 18-01963
Location: Los Angeles, California

Number of Positions: Two (2)
Start Date: Week of 04/09/18 (approx)
End Date: 11/30/18 (approx.)
TEMP ONLY
US CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED
LOCALS ONLY

MANAGERS COMMENTS - CANDIDATES MUST HAVE:
• 8 years full time paid professional experience in Construction Scheduling for an owner or General Contractor, preferably in an educational facility or in public works projects
• Proficiency in Primavera P6 version 8.1 or above and MS Office Suite

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Candidates must have "REQUIRED EDUCATION” and "REQUIRED EXPERIENCE” or they won't be considered by LAUSD.

* ASK the candidates if they've been submitted to the job already, before submitting them. Duplicate submittals are automatically DECLINED *
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APPROXIMATE PROCESSING TIME:
SHORTLIST: Week of 03/12/18
INTERVIEW: Week of 03/19/18
SELECTION NOTIFICATION: Week of 4/02/18
START: Week of 4/9 or 4/16
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PROJECT SCHEDULER

DUTIES:

• Independently interprets and reads detailed construction drawings (Architectural, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Civil, etc.) and develops a clear understanding of work scope.
• Reviews Contractor's Baseline schedule submissions and verifies that all work scope is identified properly and logically sequenced correctly. Provides written detailed schedule review comments.
• Performs QA/QC on contractor schedule submittals for conformance with contract. Reviews critical path, cost loading, resource loading of man-hours, schedule content, recovery schedules, use of logic relationships and lags, constraints and milestones.
• Performs schedule Time Impact Analysis for any change orders that affect the construction schedule. Conducts schedule negotiations with the OAR and the contractor for any delay time settlements.
• Reads drawings to determine if work is in or out of scope, and understands terms and conditions of the contract to determine if any compensable or non-compensable time extensions have merit.
• Performs Critical Path analysis and Earned Value analysis.
• Walks the construction sites as needed and checks the contractor's weekly/monthly schedule progress. Provides reports to the project OAR and upper management.
• Effectively communicates with the Contractor regarding all schedule/progress related matters and concerns in the weekly status meetings and all other schedule related meetings.
• Performs Program Schedule QA/QC reviews on a regular basis.
• Performs status updates for Program Schedules/Master Schedules on a bi-monthly basis.
• Ensures proper use of Program-level standard codes, layouts and reports necessary to ensure data integrity.
• Serves as a liaison between project teams, department leadership and the Program & Project Controls department
• Prepares reports as needed and directed by Management


REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:

• 8 years full time paid professional experience in Construction Scheduling for an owner or General Contractor, preferably in an educational facility or in public works projects
• Proficiency in Primavera P6 version 8.1 or above and MS Office Suite
Required Skills:
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

REQUIRED EDUCATION:

• Graduation from a recognized college or university with a Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Engineering, or Construction Management

(OR)

• Graduation from a recognized college or university with a Bachelor's degree in any course, but with additional two (2) years of experience in Construction Scheduling to compensate for the required education.