Christanna Bevin is undoubtedly a force to reckon with when it comes to project management expertise and experience. She boasts of an outstanding track record and comprehensive background in various fields including procurement, project controls, and management roles, especially in the resource and construction sectors. From her diverse roles, Christanna has proven to be energetic, results oriented and flexible individual.
Since attaining her MBA from the renowned Australian Institute of Business Bevin has displayed excellence in diverse areas of work including mining. While in the resource and utility sectors, she specialized in several operations including change management, capacity building and process improvement. Some of her well-known accomplishments include aiding the closure of WMC’s Phosphate Hill and Pasminco.
For about a year, she did an impressive job while working at Consulting and Contract Support. During her tenure, Bevin was responsible for customer service particularly with the provision of system specialist controls, audit and commercial expertise to a broad range of projects and companies. Additionally, Bevin also took part in reviewing procedures, organizational structures, cost control process and offering recommendations for the owner’s team based in Qatar.
While working at Chelopech Mining EAD situated in Bulgaria as a project controls manager, she displayed exceptional work ethic for about two and a half years. At Chelopech, she was in charge of commercial management and project controls. As such, Bevin was involved in the creation of integrated cost and schedule control systems for trend forecasting, expansion and site capital projects works, estimating support and control for EPCM project.
Previously, Bevin worked at Oakjee Port and Rail as the senior project controls manager from January 2010 to May 2011. In her capacity, Bevin supervised, mentored and trained a team of three. Additionally, she assisted with the growth of OPR project controls systems. Bevin has also worked for many other companies such as Kellog Brown & Root, UGL Limited, Parsons Brinckerhoff, stork and many others.
Apart from working for many companies, Bevin has served as a member of various entities including the Project Management Institute and the Australian Institute of Project Management. Her experiences have significantly contributed to honing her problem-solving skills and work ethic. Furthermore, she has cultivated a passion for exceeding corporate, client and personal goals.