IPKeys Technologies is seeking a Project Scheduler to provide infrastructure and program planning support to the Marine Corps Defense Policy Review Initiative (DPRI) mission at US-HI-Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. Responsibility of the Integrated Master Scheduler (IMS) is to determine critical Planning and Project Controls Capability Statement milestones and other schedule requirements that include the maintenance and reports that align and link to the strategic goals of program projects. IPKeys currently provides IMS support and provides analysis to determine and identify critical pathways to validate resource requirements and levels of effort to assist our Government leads with cost, schedule and performance.
Consult the Navy and Marines through the analysis of program scheduling to identify risks, alternate plans, and propose change management recommendations between projects concerning the government.
Baseline current project schedule for effective tracking to ease leadership in making informed decisions and allow for an efficient tracking of project tasks
Interface directly with project managers, functional managers, and leaders to develop plans, schedules, and reports on a daily basis enhancing program communication and support
Planning and document schedule management
Identifying, defining, and sequencing activities
Defining and estimating activity durations
Creating dependencies between and among activities and/or whole projects within the overall program
Determining the types of dependencies
Defining critical path of each project and overall program as a whole
Performing resource leveling
Identifying project floats/leads and lags
Analyzing external projects by the Government of Japan and US Government and incorporating them into the schedule
Using methods such as the critical path for network schedules to develop recovery plans, identifying risks, and proposing change management recommendations
Performing formal schedule risk analyses and generating reports
Interfacing directly with project managers, functional managers, and other support personnel to develop detailed plans, schedules, and interrelationships for all program tasks.