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Planner (Construction)

Ref No: nw.plnr.jp.dub.

County Dublin, Republic of Ireland

€50,000 - €90,000 per annum

Job Title: Planner (Construction)

 

Location: Dublin

 

Job Description:

 

As a Construction Planner you will play a pivotal role in project planning and scheduling. Your expertise will be essential in optimizing construction processes, monitoring progress, and ensuring projects are delivered on time and within budget. This position requires a deep understanding of the unique requirements of these industries.

 

Role Responsibilities:

 

Project Planning: Develop comprehensive project plans, schedules, and timelines for Pharma, Data Centre, Hi-Tech Distribution, and Warehouse projects, considering all relevant factors and constraints.

 

Resource Allocation: Identify resource requirements, including labor, materials, and equipment, and allocate resources efficiently to ensure project milestones are met.

 

Risk Management: Proactively identify potential delays or issues and develop mitigation plans to keep projects on track.

 

Collaboration: Work closely with project managers, engineers, architects, and subcontractors to ensure alignment with project goals and timelines.

 

Progress Monitoring: Continuously monitor and update project schedules, tracking progress and identifying areas where adjustments are needed.

 

Reporting: Generate regular reports on project status, providing insights and recommendations to stakeholders.

 

Cost Control: Collaborate with the finance team to monitor project costs and ensure adherence to budgets.

 

Documentation: Maintain accurate and organized project documentation related to scheduling, approvals, and changes.

 

Experience and Requirements:

 

  • Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, Engineering, or a related field.

 

  • Proven experience as a Construction Planner with a focus on Pharma, Data Centre, Hi-Tech Distribution, or Warehouse projects.

 

  • Proficiency in project management software such as Primavera P6, Microsoft Project, or similar tools.

 

  • Deep understanding of construction processes, especially within the Pharma, Data Centre, Hi-Tech Distribution, or Warehouse sectors.

 

  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.

 

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills to facilitate collaboration among project teams.

 

  • Ability to adapt to changing project requirements and deadlines.

 

  • Familiarity with industry-specific regulations and standards.

 

  • Relevant certifications such as PMP or PSP are a plus.

 

  • Experience with Lean construction principles and practices is advantageous.

 

How to Apply:

 

Please apply online or contact Nithin at ICDS.

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