Cost Engineering Officer

EUSPA - EU Agency for the Space Programme
Prague, Czech Republic
Added: February 23, 2024

Important information to candidates before considering applying:

  • Place of employment: Prague (Czech Republic).
  • This vacancy is only open to nationals of a Member State of the European Union, Iceland or Norway

We are looking for a Cost Engineering Officer to join our Project Management Office and Quality Department with the following tasks and responsibilities:

  • Contribute to maintaining and developing the cost engineering policy, processes, database and tools in line with the applicable rules and best practices in the domain (e.g. ECSS, PSS forms, Anaplan solution);
  • Develop cost models for supporting the preparation of future procurements and establishing benchmarks;
  • Establish cost estimates, forecasting, impact assessments and cost-benefit analyses;
  • Liaise with the administrative and operational departments to ensure efficient coordination, implementation and maintenance of the Agency’s cost engineering processes and tools;
  • Contribute to tender preparations and evaluations, in particular defining financial requirements, selecting the appropriate cost engineering tools, providing relevant financial templates to the tenderers and assess the maturity and adequacy of financial proposals;
  • Prepare and provide training to EUSPA’s teams in relation to the cost engineering practices established by PMQ;
  • Contribute to formal reporting to the European Commission and Member States for cost aspects and as required by the Agency’s needs;
  • Liaise with other departments, notably in the area of Administration or Operations, to ensure the execution of related corporate tasks, such as planning, reporting, administration, financial & budget management, risk management;
  • Provide support to the Head of Department and/or other teams of the PMQ department as required.

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