Scheduler (SCHED) Skill Level 1

Location: Ft. Gordon, GA
Date Posted: 02-04-2016
Designs, develops, and maintains detailed resource-loaded schedules for implementation, developmental, and operational systems. Works with developmental and operational teams to develop detailed schedules and assists in keeping these schedules current. Uses or recommends automated tools such as MS Project, Primavera or program mandated software. Develops and modifies project schedules and the integration of multiple project schedules into an overall Master Program Schedule. Maintains the overall Master Program /Project Schedule. Links project schedules with the overarching program, Investment Portfolio, functional area and other Integrated Master Plans (IMPs). Provides hands-on development of layered schedules and IMPs that address how an acquisition project is progressing and how that project contributes to overarching requirements and objectives. Maintains status on linkages and dependencies with related projects.  
 
The Level 1 Scheduler (SCHED) shall possess the following capabilities:
  • Assist in maintaining and developing the environment for the overall Master Program/Project Schedule and the integration of multiple project schedules into an overall Master Program Schedule
  • Assist in defining and implementing schedule software (e.g., MS Project, Primavera, or specific program mandated software, etc.) management processes and procedures 
  • Implement schedule version control processes, policies, and procedures

Requirements:
Two (2) years of experience as a Scheduler in programs and contracts of similar scope, type, and complexity are required. Associate’s degree in a technical or business discipline from an accredited college or university is required. Shall have one (1) year of demonstrated experience managing a schedule for an engineering program involving hardware and software development and multiple sub-components. Experience may include: successful completion of an advanced level MS Project or Primavera course and demonstrated experience with MS Project or Primavera. Certification for the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering (AACE) or Planning and Scheduling Professional (PSP) certification are desired. Two (2) years of additional scheduling experience may be substituted for an Associate’s degree. 
 

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