£400-£450 Per Day PAYE Umbrella

Carmichaels are seeking a Planner to work on an Environmental Project.

There is the option to work from home for this position but will need to be willing to work part of the week in the office in Norfolk.

The successful candidate will come from a civil engineering background and have experience in Piling, Reinforced Concrete, Marine Work and MEICA installation works 

As the Planner, you will be responsible for the following:

  • Develop detail within the existing programme and review programme robustness
  • Producing periodical updates for submission to the client
  • Introduce and analyse change in programmes in accordance  the NEC form of contract.
  • High proficient in loading and tracking resource and costs.
  • Produce and communicate programme information in a variety of formats, using routine and bespoke programme outputs including Power BI
  • Contribute and support numerous operational teams on use of collaborative planning, risk and commercial issues.
  • Evaluate supply chain and subcontract programmes including the Designer’s programme.
  • Collect and distribute feedback.
  • Assimilate and interpret information from tender documentation
  • Compliance with business processes and systems
  • Resource and cost load programmes in order to establish and maintain internal and external project controls reporting.
  • Undertake analytical assessment of programmes


Core Skills required for this post include

  • Previous construction experience, preferably for a tier 1 Contractor, across a wide range of engineering projects prior to planning experience.
  • A Civil Engineering qualification is preferred.
  • A good understanding of commercial and contractual matters.
  • A clear ability for logical thinking and working in an ordered fashion.
  • Thorough experience and understanding of programming techniques.
  • Competency in the use of P6 on NEC contracts
  • A demonstrable ability to produce short and medium-term programmes.
  • Solid EoT experience and knowledge of Change Management process.
  • A sound knowledge of typical production rates
  • The ability to communicate and report effectively.
  • The ability to work to defined, often challenging, timescales.
  • Develop and maintain effective working relationships on projects and interface with operational teams and suppliers.
  • Support the commercial teams on projects.
  • Take ownership and contribute to planning, programme and risk from the design phase through to project completion.