project control officer - pco testing team / program - senior-montréal in montreal

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we are looking for a Project Control Officer - PCO testing team / program - Senior

Standard role: Project Control Officer
Proficiency: senior
# of resources required: 1
Location: montreal
Remote : no
Travelling: no
Project: PTC
Mandate start date: Monday, May 28, 2018
Mandate end date: Friday, May 24, 2019

Summary of tasks:
Assist Project Manager with creation and maintenance of the project work plan. This includes tasks, dependencies, time frames, resources and links with other projects
Identify and highlight resource loading issues within the project work plan. Facilitate the analysis by the project manager of resource and planning alternatives by providing what-if scenario results.
Assist Project Manager with documenting and tracking all risks, issues, change requests and action items.
Set up, collect and ensure completeness of actual hours with respect to project staff’s time reporting on assigned tasks and estimated time to completion.
Monitor, reconcile and process project invoices.
Calculate and request month-end accounting accruals for the project.
Track actuals to project budget.
Set up and maintain the electronic filing system for all project documents. This includes ensuring the completion of all required
Apply, and ensure compliance with, all appropriate IT standards (eg. Security, Architecture, Project Delivery Methodology, SOX, etc.)

Mandatory skills:
10 years of experience with MS project
At least 10 years experience as PCO within large organizations
bilingual (English spoken and written mandatory)
support program : so we need a proactive and dynamic person

Contact Camille Launay at 514 392 6348 or by email:
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