Principal Project Control Specialist

Job Overview

Building on our past. Ready for the future

Worley is a global professional services company of energy, chemicals and resources experts headquartered in Australia.?

Right now, we’re bridging two worlds as we accelerate to more sustainable energy sources, while helping our customers provide the energy, chemicals and resources that society needs now.

We partner with our customers to deliver projects and create value over the life of their portfolio of assets. We solve complex problems by finding integrated data-centric solutions from the first stages of consulting and engineering to installation and commissioning, to the last stages of decommissioning and remediation. Join us and help drive innovation and sustainability in our projects.

Main Accountabilities and Responsibilities:

  • Provide specialist project control services for the support of the Worley project control system.
  • Assist the Business Systems Group in the rollout of the project control system including initial configuration and contribution to  training  activities.
  • Liaise with project teams to ensure the correct utilisation of the project control system based on project specific requirements and corporate guidelines.
  • Review and develop data interfaces for third party project systems, as required.
  • Prepare and control Inter Entity Work Orders.

· Safety – Responsible for personal safety safe working practices for the Business Systems Customer Sector Group. Understand and       follow OH&S procedures.

· Quality Assurance – Responsible for working within the provisions and guidelines of the Quality Assurance system relevant to the        Business Systems Customer Sector Group

· Undertake project roles, as required, to include:

  • Take ownership of the cost control function and ensure integrity of the data being processed.
  • Interface with project personnel to develop project forecasts and analyze project costs.
  • Supervise any supporting roles in the project cost control area.
  • Liaise with clients to clarify cost related issues and develop timely and meaningful monthly invoices.
  • Ensure payment of invoices according to EPCM contract terms.
  • Preparation of project invoices in conjunction with the Accounts Department.
  • Liaise with Client for reporting purposes.
  • Preparation of monthly financial reports for the project. Also prepare other financial analysis as required on an adhoc basis.
  • Implement financial controls including controlling authorizations of expenditure and cash flow projections – Preparation of budgets in conjunction with engineering and construction team members –
  • Ensure effective coordination and cooperation between other team members, particularly in regard to cost, planning (forecasting) and procurement matters.

· Chartered Accountant or CPA, or Engineering Degree or relevant years experience

· Engineering or construction field experience.

Moving forward together

We want our people to be energized and empowered to drive sustainable impact. So, our focus is on a values-inspired culture that unlocks brilliance through belonging, connection and innovation.

We’re building a diverse, inclusive and respectful workplace. Creating a space where everyone feels they belong, can be themselves, and are heard.

And we’re not just talking about it; we’re doing it. We’re reskilling our people, leveraging transferable skills, and supporting the transition of our workforce to become experts in today’s low carbon energy infrastructure and technology.

Whatever your ambition, there’s a path for you here. And there’s no barrier to your potential career success. Join us to broaden your horizons, explore diverse opportunities, and be part of delivering sustainable change.