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The Delay Analyst / Forensic Planner will join the Contract & Claim department  based in Milan Head Office, and will need to be fully proficient in the use of Primavera P6 to deal with assessment of the impact of variations on the programme.


 Key Activities & Responsibilities

 Contract Baseline preparation;

  • Working with firm of claims / dispute consultants;
  • Monthly As Built Updates;
  • Critical Path analysis;
  • Delay Impact Analysis;
  • EPC planning in infrastructure, oil and gas or industrial sectors;
  • Working with major main contractors
  • Reports in writing.



Personal Attributes


  • Good written and spoken English is required;
  • Degree and international experience as a plus;
  • Availability with some occasional travel overseas as required;
  • Excellent client facing skills and be able to work either on your own initiative or as part of a team.



Tecnimont is an EPC contractor in Oil&Gas, Petrochemicals, Fertilizers and Power sectors. It matured a significant track record in the realization of complex lump sum turn key projects, in different countries and regions recording safety results considerably higher than international standards. 
Tecnimont treasures the legacy of Montecatini and Edison, two great names of Italian industry, and can leverage the synergies among the operating companies of Maire Tecnimont Group to which Tecnimont belongs.


Company Details
Company: Tecnimont
Office: Milano

Maire Tecnimont SpA - Registered Office - Viale Castello della Magliana 27 00148 Rome - Italy

Operative Headquarters - Via Gaetano De Castillia 6A 20124 Milan - Italy

Fully paid up Company share capital € 19.920.679,32 - Tax Code, VAT number and Rome Company register number: 07673571001

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