Project Control Analysts

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Position: Project Control Analysts
Location: Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam and Indonesia

Pacific Impact Development is responsible for project origination, pre-financial close project development, EPC management, and financial structuring activities in the Philippines, Indonesia, Laos, Vietnam, and Cambodia.

Pacific Impact Development undertakes early-stage, high-risk infrastructure development activities.

A brief summary of the job description:

Project Control Analyst is responsible for working through all stages of project management. The primary role is to work closely with project managers to ensure that all budgeting, scheduling and coordination processes run smoothly. The Analyst monitor the progress of a project to ensure that it is working within the confines of set deadlines and budget limitations and generate progress reports to managers. Project Controller shall make suggestions for improvements to project operations as needed.

Project Controllers report to project managers, operations managers and other upper-management personnel involved in particular projects.

Project Controller Duties and Responsibilities:

To fulfill their responsibilities relating to the timely and cost-efficient completion of various projects, Project Controllers must complete a variety of tasks, including:

Monitor Project Activities

Project Controllers continually monitor and evaluate each step of a project to ensure that it is meeting budgetary and deadline goals. They report to project managers to discuss the progress of each project and talk about staffing needs, schedule changes, project scope adjustments and more.

Oversee Project Budgeting and Scheduling

Two main areas that Project Controllers focus on is budgeting and scheduling. It is up to Project Controllers to assist in setting a project budget and to be involved in assembling a project’s team and setting task schedules.

Generate Project Reports

From budget to personnel training reports, Project Controllers are responsible for creating and maintaining reports addressing all aspects of project development and completion. They often present the details of these reports during group or one-on-one meetings with senior managers.

Suggest and Manage Changes in Project Processes

Project Controllers need to have the ability to recognize which areas of project development need to be re-addressed in order to maintain efficiency and cost control. They present their ideas to project managers and assume the responsibility of implementing and managing these changes in the project management cycle.

Project Controller Skills:

Successful Project Controllers display strong analytical, problem-solving, organizational and written/oral communication skills. They should be detail-oriented team leaders who can consistently meet deadlines and possess the ability to work independently as needed. Computer, interpersonal and customer service skills are necessary. Project Controllers must be able to multi-task and demonstrate the ability to work with a diverse work group of vendors, executive managers, subcontractors, consultants and other professionals. In addition to these skills, it is important that Project Controllers display the following capabilities:

  • Evaluating step-by-step project management processes.
  • Selecting, training and overseeing project team members.
  • Creating and adjusting project budgets.
  • Forecasting project goals and completion.
  • Developing project scheduling, budgeting and progress reports.

Project Controller Tools of the Trade: The completion of all job responsibilities often requires that Project Controllers use or have knowledge of various tools and systems. If you are interested in becoming a Project Controller, you should be able to use the Microsoft Project

Interested candidates, please submit your application to with an email subject: Application for Project Control Analyst [Country]