Master Scheduler Planner Universal Creative

Universal Orlando   •  

Orlando, FL

Industry: Hospitality & Recreation

  •  

8 - 10 years

Posted 32 days ago

At Universal Creative, we design, develop and deliver the most compelling entertainment experiences imaginable to drive growth for Universal Parks & Resorts worldwide. Our innovative attractions, immersive theme parks and world-class resorts fuse art and technology to create new standards in the themed entertainment industry.

Our Team Members are the driving force behind Universal Creative. With their diverse skills and forward-thinking ideas, our team pushes us beyond the boundaries of what's possible to achieve the extraordinary. Together, we're creating a Universe of fun, always ensuring the next thing we do is better than the last thing we did.

JOB SUMMARY: The Master Scheduler is responsible for developing and integrating comprehensive project plans and schedules throughout the project. Collects, integrates and monitors current project schedules, future projects and anticipated projects into a Portfolio Master Schedule providing management input into future project selection, providing hypothetical input and analysis and project execution timing requirements. Also, responsible to track current and forecast future resource needs based on the Portfolio Master Schedule.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Supervise project, scope documents and identification of deliverables.
  • Oversee and assist in the development of the appropriate level of detail for work package definition, including durations and logic sequences.
  • Establish policy, scheduling procedures and templates to ensure effective support of project needs.
  • Oversee coordination and integration of schedule input from all internal and external sources.
  • Develop project schedule, modify as necessary and assist staff in specific portfolio requirements.
  • Generate and review report progress, evaluate and resolve variances and develop work-around plans.
  • Conduct resource loading analysis as required.

EDUCATION: Bachelor's degree in Business Management, construction, or engineering required.

EXPERIENCE: 5-7 years' theme park environment experience preferred. 7-10 years' planning and scheduling or cost engineering experience required; or equivalent combination of education and experience.