- Responsible for the Forensic review of contractor claims for extension of time, acceleration, and disruption cost claims.
- Perform delay analysis and determine the time impact for each delay event and coordinate with the team to prepare recommendations for EOT claims submitted by the contractor.
- Prepare the delay analysis critical path impact schedule in Primavera P6 format.
- Maintain a database and correspondence register required to review Claims.
- Coordinate and consult with the rest of the Claims Team to review Claims. With a practical approach to planning & forensic delay analysis, he shall endeavor to minimize proramme overruns where possible and clearly demonstrate the consequences of delay events.
- Possess a good understanding of all stages of a claim from initial forensic and historical analysis to the actual claim stage, and the post claim stage.
- Analyze programmes and identify irregularities and discrepancies relating to time, cost, and resources from complex Contractor multi-scheduled programmes.
- Prepare independent schedule impact analysis of complex claims and assist in the drafting of counterclaims against the Contractor’s extensions of time claims.
- Degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management with professional certifications in Planning and Scheduling.
- Minimum 10 years’ experience, 5 years of which should be a Forensic Planner with engineering consultancy or project management consultancy.
- Minimum 2 years experience in construction supervision of infrastructure works on large projects.
- Must have a strong leadership quality to lead and motivate the team.
- Must be fully computer literate and able to utilize computer technology to access data, maintain records, generate reports, etc.
- Must be fluent in English both written and spoken with an excellent capability in written technical skills as well as oral and written communication skills.