Instrument/ Electrical Planner

Job Order Number: mbf21070

Posted on Tue, 01/09/2018 - 14:10

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Job Description: 
Instrument/Electrical Planner needed for contract assignment in Port Arthur, TX

• Duration – through June 2019
• Contract Assignment
• TWIC is required
• No Per diem – No Relocation – Candidates must be authorized to work for any employer in the USA without sponsorship
• Anticipated Schedule (this could change depending on project needs):
- January 2018 thru March 2018 – 4x10s
- April 2018 thru March 2019 – 5x10s
- March 2019 thru June 2019 – 6x10s

The Instrument / Electrical Planner is a member of the TAR Planning Team responsible for all instrument / low-voltage electrical (I/E) TAR planning. Low voltage shall be considered 480V and below. Planning responsibility may be required in all plant areas.

Pre-SD activities:

• Analyze detail planning information from previous TAR(s), as required.
• Keep track of all scope activities relating to I&E equipment (including mechanical activities as needed).
• Coordinate planning tasks with other planning disciplines to ensure accuracy of the work.
• Participate in the scope definition process, with a focus on I/E activities.
• Participate in Area scope collection process / preliminary challenges.
• Plan Jobs in the RMS planning tool according to guidelines set by lead planners, planning coordinators and TAR managers.
• Maintain planning progress targets as defined by core team and support progress updates in progress tracking tool.
• Maintain information.
• Coordinate and enter planning data into RMS for TAR capital project activities as defined by the TAR lead planning coordinator.
• Support mechanical planning by completing IE planning activities for any mechanical jobs as necessary.
• Coordinates with the Mechanical, Electrical, and Operations Planners regarding scope development, scope additions, isolation, work planning, etc.
• Support the development of the site/unit infrastructure and facilities (provide summary of needs to Logistics Coordinator, esp. long-lead deliveries).
• Evaluate execution resource plan for I/E crafts.
• Ensure contractor understands the contents of I/E work packages.

SD activities:
• Coordination of I/E jobs in field, including safety and quality activities.
• Provide daily progress updates for I/E jobs.
• Adjust I/E job sequence, resources, and priority to maintain cost and schedule goals (with approval of Area Team Leader).
• Document daily findings and events (notes/photographs).
• Ensure discovery work is addressed through the TAR-specific work process.
• Participate in PSSRs, safety/housekeeping walkthroughs, and Re-commissioning activities.
• Provide contractors with any additional documentation needed to conduct work properly.

Post-SD activities:
• Provide input to contractor evaluations.
• Participate in review meetings and creation of lessons learned.
• Ensure planning details, daily notes, photos, and other documentation are properly archived.
Desired Skills: 
The ideal Instrument/Electrical Planner will have:

• Experience planning in RMS software is a plus.
• Minimum of 5 years of I/E planning experience required.

EOE F/M/Disabled/Veteran

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