Christanna Bevin is a talented project manager based in Sydney, Australia. Bevin is skilled in mining, construction, commissioning, project control, and project planning, procurement, engineering, and contract management. Bevin has a master’s degree in business administration from Australian Institute of Business. She is also a member of the Australian Institute of Project Management and the Project Management Institute.
Christina Bevin’s career journey
Since 2003, Bevin has served as a project manager for various companies. She worked for an engineering firm as a site administrator for six months. In January 2004, she got a job as a contract administrator with UGL Limited. Four months later, Bevin became the cost engineer and served in that position for nine months before she received another promotion towards the end of the year. Prior to moving to Kellog Brown & Root, she ended her tenure at UGL Limited by serving as a project controls manager.
In July 2005, Bevin secured a job at Parsons Brinckerhoff as a senior controls manager. Consulting & Contracts Support hired Bevin in March 2006 to serve as project controls and commercial specialist. In August 2007, she got a job at Chelopech Mining EAD and worked as a project controls manager. At Chelopech Mining, she was in charge of commercial management. In addition, she managed all the contracts for Chelopech Mining. Two years later, she moved to Oakajee Port and Rail and worked as a senior Project controls manager for about 17 months.
In May 2011, Bevin moved to Universal Service Energy and worked for the company for about three years. May 2014, Phu BIA Mining, a company based in Laos, Brisbane hired her. In 2015, she got a job as a project specialist at Consulting Services, a position she still holds up to date.
Aside from being energetic, results oriented and quite flexible, Bevin has portrayed resilience in conducting her duties. She is known to be excellent in her oral communication skills and has proved to be a reliable stakeholder.