GDIT is seeking a highly organized project scheduler to develop, manage, implement, and oversee project schedules. In this role, the project scheduler will be collaborating with project managers, setting tasks, and monitoring the execution of project timelines. The project scheduler may also identify potential scheduling delays, facilitate remedial actions, and prepare project progress and performance evaluation reports. To ensure success, a qualified candidate should possess solid industry knowledge and demonstrable experience in project scheduling. A topnotch candidate will be someone whose expertise leads to the successful realization of envisaged project goals. Responsibilities: • Consulting with project managers and technical experts to set up assignments, tasks, and subtasks. • Developing, implementing, and maintaining an effective scheduling management system. • Coordinating project timelines with internal departments and external stakeholders. • Monitoring project timelines and deadlines. • Identifying potential project schedule delays and facilitating intervention in a timely manner. • Evaluating performance and preparing project progress reports. • Accommodating updates and changes to project schedules. • Recommending actions to keep projects within budget and completed on time. • Keeping stakeholders informed of project timelines and deadlines. • Documenting project scheduling processes and maintaining records. Qualifications: • Bachelor's degree in project management, or in a related field. • A minimum of two years' experience as a project scheduler within the last five years. Certification as a PMI Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP) or ability to obtain this certification within the first six months of employment. • Advanced proficiency in MS Office Suite, with expert knowledge of project scheduling software such as MS Project, Project Online and Project Server. • • Extensive experience in schedule planning and management. • In-depth knowledge of the scope of projects within the industry. • Advanced ability to evaluate project progress and facilitate interventions. • Ability to work independently and interact professionally in a team environment. • Excellent organizational, time-management, and communication skills.
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