Bevin graduated with a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Project Management from the Australian Institute of Business. Her range of skills include:
1.Project planning: Bevin is involved in the use of planning tools such as Gantt Charts to define how all the project objectives will be achieved within the provided period of time. During planning, Bevin is expected to determine both the human and financial resources that will be required to carry out the project.
2.Project control: This refers to all the processes conducted to ensure that the project is on the right track. Project control allows for corrective measures to be taken.
3.Project Engineering: It involves the actual development of the project according to the plans and designs made.
4.Contract and commercial Management, procurement and commissioning.
Christanna Bevin has worked in different fields such as mining, power generation, and construction on a project management role. Her vast experience in project management created a niche for her as she became a consultant for firms planning to carry out process improvements in their production processes.
During her practicing years, Bevin has risen ranks from being an operational project manager to a senior project control specialist. Bevin has worked for Parsons Brinckerhoff and Kellog Brown & Root as a project control specialist and with UGL limited as their cost engineer.
Christanna Bevin believes that having the right team for a certain project is the key to success. She therefore usually emphasizes that the hiring firm should hire well qualified personal that she can work with to achieve the project objectives in both a timely and cost effective manner. According to Christanna Bevin, proper hiring does not only involve hiring killed personnel but instead includes hiring the right number required and also placing them in the jobs that fit them best.
Currently, Christanna has a consulting company. Her current jobs involve an overhaul of the Kogan Creek Power Plant and the renovation of major hospitals in Australia.