We are conducting a targeted search for a 198177 ?Project Controls Specialist II to work for our Energy client in Charlotte, NC.Length of W-2 Contract Assignment: 1 yearLocations: Charlotte, NCTravel: nonePay Rate: $47- $60.75/Hour W-2 pay rate maximum (Straight W-2, no relocation assistance, no benefits, no paid holidays) Corp-Corp Rate: No Corp-Corp, No Third Party, Client does not support H1B or EADWork Authorization Required: US Citizen, Green Card Holder, those Authorized to work in the USRecruiter: Stephanie Leavitt - email@example.comThis position is responsible for initiating and completing routine aspects of project control assignments. This position performs the more complex aspects of SCHEDULING AND COST ANALYSIS for the Transmission Carolina West portfolio of projects. The Project Controls Specialist II (PCS-II) is a critical position as part of a project team. This position supports Project Managers and possibly Senior Project Controls Specialists on varying size projects. Using prescribed methods and tools, the position is responsible for performing primary aspects of project control assignments. The position is considered a technical, SME, support position and requires college level reasoning via formal education or work experience. Effective Team Participation. The PCS is responsible for maintaining effective relationships with customers, supports the resolution of quality issues and completes assignments (proposals, project tasks, reports, etc.) as negotiated. Displays proficiency in conflict resolution and reaching win-win outcomes among team members. The Project Controls Specialist II may have relationships with individuals of varying levels in the following organizations: ? Project Management ? Finance ? Engineering ? Environmental ? Safety ? Quality ? Development ? Construction Management ? Supply Chain ? Legal ? Operations ? Communications ? Regulatory ? Fuels ? Others Project Controls desired/preferred qualifications: ? Contract Control and Scope Change Management experience ? Working Knowledge of financial, scheduling analysis and Earned Value reporting ? Risk Program Control experience in relation to large EPC projects ? Previous experience and working knowledge of cost and schedule reporting in a regulated environment ? (Coal / Nuclear / Transmission / Fossil Hydro) technology experience a plusIf you are qualified with the requirements listed, and interested in being considered for this position send your resume to Stephanie Leavitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.