I'm a small business selling dock hardware to marinas and yachts clubs. I'd like to compile a data base of all or most of the marinas in the us and canada so i may push out marketing emails to them. The best website to find such listing is marinas.Com, but my attempts at data scraping have so far been unsuccessful - mostly due to the fact that marinas website does not list many emails, rather it lists links to the individual home pages of each marina where the emails can be found. I am seeking a contractor who can either a) make use of an advanced data mining software such as uipath or similar to gather all of this data for me, or b) manually mine and record the data to a spreadsheet. I am mostly interested in the email address, though mailing address & phone numbers would be a great bonus.+7 Other Responses
Primavera Scheduler California
We need an on-site construction scheduler that is familiar with oshpd (california office of state health planning and development) projects.
Work duration: full-time contractor job, 40 hours a week, m-f for 4 to 6 months.
Work location: marysville, california
- the candidate would be more of a planner than just a scheduler, someone that would understand the processes of planning and executing work and understands network logic and how changes affect the overall network in the p6 environment; not a data-entry clerk that just knows how to use primavera and has no clue what the activities in the schedule represent or why they are sequenced the way they are.
- should have a strong scheduling background with several years experience using p6. (network version of p6 preferable.)
- would be able to read drawings and work from verbal instruction.
- a self-starter able to work with little or no supervision is highly desirable.
- there are about 7,000 activities in the schedule. Though many are 100% complete, the care and feeding of the to-go work is still a full time job.
Here is a list of activities that the scheduling candidate would be required to perform:
1. Collect data for monthly updates through job walks with jacobs superintendents and discussions with prime trade contractors (ptcs).
2. Input data into the p6 schedule, adjust schedule logic to avoid out-of-sequence calculations. Utilize the activity logs to note the vintage and source of the update information.
3. The typical update cycle takes at least a week. At least 2 days of data collection and 3 to 5 days of input.
4. Run critical path reports for control milestones (project completion, permanent power, etc.), discuss critical path activities and relationships with project management, and make adjustments to the schedule logic to bring milestones into alignment with current target dates. This may take more than 1 day to accomplish as there can be many iterations.
5. Run pre-defined graphic reports for distribution to jacobs, client/owner, architect, inspectors and ptcs. Typical reports include all open activities, critical path, 10 week lookahead, and individual reports for each ptc. There are about 40 reports to run.
6. Provide input to the monthly progress report in the form of a one page summary schedule (stand alone – not a roll up). This requires translating dates from the master schedule to the summary schedule manually.
7. Produce a narrative of schedule adjustments made during the previous month to include in the monthly progress report.
8. Run specific reports as required by project management. This would require an understanding of activity coding, wbs structure, and activity id numbering to be able to extract only the data requested (slice and dice), and organize the data (format, group, sort) so that it is understandable to the reader. This may require the scheduler to add activity codes or code fields, or use existing “disposable” or temporary codes.
9. Incorporate changes, stop work orders, submittals, rfis and any other items that may affect progress.
10. Work with superintendents and project managers to plan the paths forward based on current events and progress and translate those plans into the p6 master schedule.
11. Work with project managers to support claims, run what-if scenarios, and create fragnets to illustrate potential impacts.
12. Work with superintendents and project managers to identify near-term milestones to be met. Monitor progress of the work and advise superintendents and project managers of progress towards these milestones.
13. Be able to produce alternative schedule documents – spreadsheets with activities, dates, and duration; colored bar charts created in excel, visio, or powerpoint – whatever best communicates the plan.
14. Attend meetings and be able to address schedule issues.
This would be a full time position, 40 hours a week, m-f for 4 to 6 months.
Candidate has to be located in california region and preferably close to marysville, california.+10 Other Responses
Workforce Management Software Customers
We are looking to speak to customers of tanda: workforce management software. Tanda is a cloud software platform that helps managers to schedule their hourly shift workers. The aim is to build a tool that helps eliminate paper timesheets, time theft and data entry from payroll.
We are looking to speak to customers of tanda.
This would be for a 1 hour paid phone consultation.
Please respond with a summary of your relevance to this request.+13 Other Responses