- Bachelor of Science degree in Construction Management, Civil/Mechanical/Electrical Engineering, or related degree required.
- Proficiency in Primavera P6 is a must.
- A minimum of 3-5 years of experience in scheduling, delay analysis, productivity analysis, or the resolution of claims and disputes.
- Ability to quickly understand construction contracts, and principals of contractor means and methods.
- Experience on large, complex construction projects.
- Exceptional written and verbal communications and organizational skills.
- Client focused, always striving to give clients the best solutions.
- Strong commitment to innovation by creating new and better ways to solve clients' toughest challenges.
- High levels of integrity, always doing the right thing in an ethical, fair, and sustainable way.
- Demonstrated experience of collaboration in a diverse and inclusive team, working together toward technical excellence.
TYLin is an equal opportunity employer, and we prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type as protected by federal, state, or local laws. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. The Company and it's employees are required to comply with all local health authority, legal or lawful client requirements. You should ask your manager about this prior to starting, should you be subject to the current or potential future requirements. TYLin is committed to pay equity. TYLin is proud to offer exciting career development opportunities coupled with a comprehensive total rewards package. Our benefits include extensive health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance coverage, continuing education benefits, paid time off, flexible spending accounts, employee assistance program and a retirement savings plan with company matching contributions. We encourage all candidates to explore our total rewards offering.
- Perform construction schedule reviews for ongoing projects and provide opinions, advice and reports on project progress and forecasts.
- Prepare a forensic schedule delay analysis.
- Analyze or prepare complex construction delay/disruption/acceleration and cost claims.
- Calculate damages including escalation, extended general conditions, under absorbed home office overhead and labor overruns.
- Analyze Change Orders.
- Responsible for the complex review and analysis of project documentation and schedules, and the generation of analysis reports, presenting findings to clients and assisting in claim negotiations with opposing parties.
- Provide estimate validation and adjustments and comparative cost analyses.
- Provide overview of clients' schedules for as-planned schedule validation, labor productivity, critical path delay and acceleration.
- Provide mentoring to junior-level staff or provide direction to other less experienced schedulers.
- Interface effectively with clients, coworkers, and others.
- Perform other duties that are reasonably associated with the above essential functions and additional duties assigned by supervisor.
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