Project Controls Specialist II (Cost Analyst)
Cincinnati, OH 45237
- The Project Controls /Cost Engineer / Cost Analyst will be responsible for initiating and completing routine aspects of project control assignments with general oversight.
- Will typically be assigned to multiple Green I or Green II projects per the Project Management Center of Excellence Project Profile Matrix.
- Associate degree in business, finance, project management, engineering, technical, or equivalent.
- Bachelor’s degree in business, finance, project management, engineering, technical, or equivalent preferred.
- PMI or AACE certification (the following or equivalent are acceptable - PMP, CAPM, PMI-SP, AACE-CCC, AACE-PSP, AACE-CEP, AACE-EVP).
- Minimum of 2 years of project controls experience.
- Minimum of 5 years of project controls experience in lieu of a degree. Working knowledge of project controls principles.
- Working knowledge to proficiency with project management, project controls concepts, computer applications such as scheduling software, financial tools, spreadsheets; proven collaborative team member.
- Software such as MS Project, Primavera, Business Objects, Passport, MS Office Suite, Prolog, Visio, Powerplant, Emax, PeopleSoft.
- Local candidates preferred
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