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Location: Durham, United Kingdom, Edinburgh, Scotland, North East England

Resource Planner

Durham, United Kingdom, Edinburgh, Scotland, North East England
Competitive

Job Description

JOB TITLE: Resource Planner

LOCATION: Edinburgh OR Durham

DURATION: 12 Months +

SALARY/RATE AND BENEFITS: Negotiable DOE

YOU MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING: Demonstrable experience of resource planning skills, preferably working in engineering or construction with multidisciplinary
teams.

THE OPPORTUNITY

Resource Planner

The EDF Renewables ambition is to be a distinctive and recognised leader in the UK and Ireland, developing our assets under operation to c.5GW by 2030. The EDF Renewables Central Technical Organisation (CTO) provides technical services,
governance and support for all assets across their lifecycle from origination to decommissioning. The CTO is a multidiscipline,
dynamic and growing team currently made up of circa 45 Engineers, Project Managers and Procurement
specialists.

We are seeking a Resource Planner to co-ordinate CTO resources and own the resource planning process and tools. The Resource Planner will work closely with the CTO Team Leaders, Business Partners, and key stakeholders to establish and maintain the resource planning process and tools. They will attend the weekly resource planning team meeting and provide
interaction with and visibility of the resource plan including a one week, one month, and 6 month look-ahead.
They will
support on the review and prioritisation of business objectives and work requests. They will process CTO team timesheets and use for assessment of future demand. They will provide a weekly report on resource utilisation and planning to the CTO
management.

They will support in other business activities when required. They will also be responsible for contributing to a strong, collaborative and positive working culture among the CTO, and for
delivering the full potential of synergies and efficiencies with the wider business.
Join our multi-skilled and expanding CTO Team to help us deliver on the development and construction of renewable assets in an exciting and dynamic environment.

THE PERSON

• Organised and efficient with excellent communication and IT skills.
• Able to engage with all stakeholders to gather and assess the resource plan inputs.
• Develop, maintain and take responsibility for the resource planning tools.
• Develop a consistent approach for assessing and prioritising business objectives and work requests.
• Provide a weekly report including an updated Resource Plan and supporting commentary to the CTO management.
• Gather, review and assess timesheet data and use for input to resource planning.
• Track planned versus actual resource requirements.
• Support in other business activities as required.

THE SKILLS

• Appropriate Degree or industry equivalent qualification.
• Demonstrable experience of resource planning skills, preferably working in engineering or construction with multidisciplinary
teams.
• Proficient in the use of Resource Planning Software and Microsoft Office tools.
• Experience of delivering project goals and objectives in a prioritised and organised manner.
• Understanding and appreciation of other project management knowledge areas e.g. Project Management,
Programme Management, Risk Management, Costs Management, Document Control, Quality Assurance, etc.

EDF Renewables is part of one of the world's largest electricity companies and our investment and innovation in the UK is bringing down costs for consumers and bringing significant benefits for communities. With our operating portfolio of 36 wind farms and battery storage unit (almost 1GW) across the UK, from the Scottish Highlands to Northamptonshire, we are
providing some of the much needed new affordable, low carbon electricity to the UK. Work is well underway on the 450 MW Neart Na Gaoithe offshore wind farm project which is in the Firth of Forth. We have more than 2 GW of renewables projects in planning and development and a quarter of those are consented.
We know our people are our most valuable asset and we work hard to create a great place to work. This means we're focused on creating an inclusive and fulfilling working environment, where everyone has a voice and the opportunity to
thrive.

Since 1978, Rullion has been securing exceptional candidates for a range of clients; from large well-known brands, to SMEs and start ups. As a family-owned business, Rullion's approach is credible and honest, focused on building long-lasting relationships with both clients and candidates.

Rullion is a forward-thinking recruitment company that specialises in providing a wide range of talent consultancy services to a diverse client base; from small start-ups to large household names.

We celebrate and support diversity and are committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.

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