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Safety Supervisor

SAFETY SUPERVISOR required by our Client in Oil and Gas, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Beaumont, TX.

POSITION SCOPE

Do you thrive in fast-paced environments where safety is paramount? Are you passionate about creating a culture of zero harm in the oil and gas industry? If so, then this Oil and Gas Safety Supervisor position might be the perfect fit for you!

In this crucial role, you'll play a pivotal part in ensuring the safety and well-being of our employees, contractors, and the environment. You'll be a leader, an educator, and an advocate for best practices in safety, working closely with all levels of the team to build and maintain a strong safety culture.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop, implement, and monitor safety programs and procedures aligned with company policies and regulatory requirements.
  • Conduct regular safety inspections, identify hazards, and initiate corrective actions to prevent incidents.
  • Provide safety training and awareness programs to employees, contractors, and visitors.
  • Investigate accidents and incidents, analyze root causes, and implement corrective measures to prevent recurrence.
  • Foster a positive safety culture by promoting open communication, employee engagement, and continuous improvement initiatives.
  • Collaborate with management and other departments to integrate safety into all aspects of our operations.
  • Stay updated on current safety regulations and best practices in the oil and gas industry.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant safety regulations and permits.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in a safety supervisory role within the oil and gas industry or a similar hazardous environment.
  • Strong knowledge of safety regulations and best practices in the oil and gas industry.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and leadership skills.
  • Proven ability to train, motivate, and coach employees on safety practices.
  • Problem-solving and analytical skills to investigate incidents and identify root causes.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.
  • Strong commitment to safety and a zero-harm mentality.

BENEFITS

  • Competitive salary and benefits package.
  • Opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of others.
  • Work in a dynamic and challenging environment.
  • Be part of a company that is committed to safety and environmental responsibility.
  • Opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of others.
  • Work in a dynamic and challenging environment.
  • Be part of a company that is committed to safety and environmental responsibility.
Job Ref: 12852
SAFETY
United States
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Lead project Control engineer

LEAD PROJECT CONTROLS ENGINEER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Milan for up to 4 months before transferring to Maputo, Mozambique on an Expat residential basis.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for controlling the project budgets, schedule, risk and Change Management.
  • Support of Project Controls Team and its actions, process, procedures and deliverables. Including schedule, cost, risk and change control through effective management and reporting.
  • Maintain effective project controls, including cost, budget, schedule, and progress tracking.
  • Maintain risk management processes for effective project risk management.
  • Maintain reporting criteria, content, and format for all Onshore reporting requirements.
  • Monitor schedule interfaces between multiple contractors and resolve schedule conflicts.
  • Ensure preparation of cost reports; are properly explained and communicated to the project team.
  • Ensure tracking of contingency, management reserve, and approved changes to project budget.
  • Co-ordination between Project Controls and C&P functions within the project.
  • Provide Project Management support to General Manager for specific tasks or issues.
  • Promote a culture of HSE (Health, Safety, and Environment) awareness within the project.
  • Deputise for Onshore Project Services Manager when required.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Education: Masters or bachelor’s degree in business management or Engineering
  • Experience: 10+ years of experience in major oil and gas project control
  • Major Oil and Gas project developments knowledge and experience, with Partner and Government reporting interfaces
  • Strong organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines
  • Effective communication and proficient presentation skills
  • Knowledgeable and experienced with cost engineering principles, schedule and planning principles and methods
Job Ref: 12851
PROJECT SERVICES
Mozambique
Contract
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Environmental Manager

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in Afungi, Mozambique.

DURATION:          1 year contract with possible extensions.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Reporting to Afungi Site Director
  • Ensures effective management of TEPMA1’s environmental team on-site including consultants supporting the Project.
  • Ensure compliance with Project environmental standards (including regulatory and lender) e.g. Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP), Environmental Licenses, Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Environmental Management Plans (EMP).
  • Act as lead interface with relevant TEPMA1 and Contractors team members regarding environmental management, compliance, audits, monitoring and associated activities, providing environmental and regulatory advice as required.
  • Work with Contractors to ensure environmental plans, procedures and method statements are suitable, and monitor implementation to ensure compliance.
  • Provide environmental advice and solutions related to aspects such as permitting/ licensing, air quality, noise, waste, hazardous materials, biodiversity, soil, drainage, erosion and sediment control, water quality, waste and rehabilitation.
  • Establish a Verification and Assurance program and develop the necessary tools to support the implementation of such.
  • Responsible for onsite environmental risk management, i.e. identification and implementation of measures to manage risk.
  • Support internal, Government, private, and lender Audits as necessary.
  • Coordinate EMP implementation/E&R performance monitoring activities regarding environmental matters with Site Construction Team.
  • Owner of environmental data collected from the field. Establish and manage robust environmental data management systems.
  • Provide on-going QA/QC of environmental data and reports, e.g. contractor environmental monthly reports.
  • Develop environmental performance metrics, analyze and report trends to ensure continuous improvement.
  • Environmental performance reporting as needed. Undertake regular data analysis to identify and highlight requirements or opportunities for performance improvement.
  • Responsible for ensuring all environmental incidents are managed in accordance with TEPMA1s incident management process.
  • Maintain an up-to-date action tracker with actions resulting from incidents, audits, inspections, environmental observations, etc.
  • Maintain environmental training matrix for contractors and TEPMA1 staff.
  • Develop environmental training materials in accordance with ESMP requirements and deliver environmental training to raise environmental awareness within the workforce and monitor the effectiveness.
  • Schedule and lead collation of toolbox talks and environmental awareness campaigns (internal and external).

Context and Environment
 

  • Project entity is a multinational joint venture, has a large social performance element and is project financed by high profile lenders 
  • Afungi Site is extremely remote in Northern Mozambique with unreliable infrastructure and communications.
  • The site is subject to mitigation measures based on Malaria, COVID pandemic and general security risks.
  • Rotational position

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • 10 to 20 years of related experience is required. – University degree in Natural or Environmental Sciences, Natural Resource Management, Environmental Engineering or some other technical field related to E&R management
  • Experience regarding the environmental field preferably related to a construction or extractive, particularly O&G industry project
  • Knowledge of Mozambique regulations desirable
  • Excellent English speaking and writing skills required. Familiarity with Portuguese is desirable

 
 

Job Ref: 12850
QUALITY, HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT
Mozambique
Contract
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Head of HSE (OSBL)

Head OSBL Infrastructure & Buildings required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in Afungi, Mozambique.

DURATION:         1 year contract with possible extensions.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Reporting to HSE Manager
  • Inspire safety commitment in Client and all Contractors and Subcontractors teams via deep knowledge of HSE and leadership by example.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant HSE requirements across works to promote a healthy and safe work environment.
  • Proactively support the drive for zero incidents and lead by example and promote company Golden Rules and Stop Work Authority.
  • Contribute to project HSE improvement plans and targets and actively support project HSE initiatives and campaigns.
  • Undertake an ambassador’s role on Stop Work Authority Program ensuring that Management and all contractors follow the program
  • Ensure all unsafe acts and conditions are recorded on an observation system (on the day of the event) along with immediate action taken and any further action required to prevent recurrence.
  • Ensure HSE roles and responsibilities are being implemented by all personnel and contractors.
  • Contribute to daily, weekly and monthly HSE performance reports.
  • Undertake and record findings from regular inspections of contractors work locations against their health and safety plans and contract requirements
  • Attend contractor meetings/forums as required. Attend morning toolbox talks and pre-starts; and be actively engaged in the talk.
  • Promptly notify line manager of accidents and incidents in line with company procedures, where appropriate be involved in incident investigations. Where required participate / lead incident investigations.
  • Review company and contractor site specific procedures.
  • Ensure actions from inspections, incidents and audits are tracked and closed out.
  • Oversee the monitoring and reporting on contractor HSE performance and make recommendations for improvement. 
  • Review all contractor documentation to ensure contractors are working to their agreed processes and systems.
  • Prepare a daily activity log giving details of activities undertaken during the day, these logs are to be stored in the shared drive.
  • Ensure that all mandatory training is undertaken in line with agreed timescales.
  • Always give feedback to contractor’s supervisor on both positive and negative observations before leaving the work area.
  • Assist in the preparation of toolbox talks and other HSE communication material.
  • Participate and where required deputize for the HSE Manager.

Context and Environment

  • Project entity is a multinational joint venture, has a large social performance element and is project financed by high profile lenders 
  • Afungi Site is extremely remote in Northern Mozambique with unreliable infrastructure and communications.
  • The site is subject to mitigation measures based on Malaria, COVID pandemic and general security risks.
  • Rotational position

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Education: Degree, diploma or vocational training in engineering, construction or HSE
  • 10 years’ experience in related discipline works and a suitable general knowledge in oil and gas industry
  • Full understanding of areas critical to the success of large complex projects: safety, environmental, work organization, cost, schedule, quality, organizational competency, and reputational risk.
  • Strong HSE culture and safety leadership, effective communication and leadership skills with the ability to influence critical decisions.
  • Strong English written and verbal communication skills required. Portuguese or French is advantageous. 
Job Ref: 12849
SAFETY
Mozambique
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Electrical installation & commissioning Supervisor – Senior

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING SUPERVISOR – SENIOR required by our Client within the Renewables industry, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Rhode Island.

DURATION:         12 months

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Collaborate amongst the electrical installation and commissioning supervisors to establish a high degree of trust.
  • Proactively establish and maintain good professional relationship with all stakeholders, especially main contractor’s staff and workers, and internal stakeholders.
  • Facilitate day-to-day collaboration on site between contractors and internal stakeholders, and efficient installation and electrical outfitting, test and commissioning, and offshore commissioning.
  • Ensure quality in relation to workmanship, safety, and OSS outfitting during electrical Installation.
  • Be present in day-to-day planning and supervision, participating in toolbox talks, site coordination meetings, installation work, and test & commissioning activities.
  • Ensure that commissioning within the defined technical area(s) is executed safely in accordance with industry standards and national legislation.
  • Ensure that test and commissioning are properly coordinated and documented, in accordance with processes, using only accepted procedures.
  • Supervise and proactively support that the work is carried out in compliance with the project HSE rules and local legislation.
  • Align with and report to the Electrical Installation and Commissioning Manager. Responsible to follow up on contractors’ deliverables within agreed scopes.

Main Tasks:

  • Support the commissioning manager in review of the outfitting, electrical installation, test, and commissioning schedule. Coordinate site activities and work and collaboration based on the schedule.
  • Perform day-to-day supervision and coordination interfaces between installation and commissioning contractors.
  • Potentially support scope engineers in witnessing of FAT.
  • Carry out supervision and quality assurance during site deliveries, outfitting, and electrical installation of LV, HVAC, HVC, protection, SCADA, communication, mechanical, and safety systems.
  • Align with and update back-office scope engineers in relation to progress and quality of work and test.
  • Witness SAT/OSAT. Recording progress, punches, and NCRs. Report progress and findings to the commissioning manager.
  • Coordinate and witness SIT. Facilitate collaboration between contractors. Recording progress, punches, and NCRs. Report progress and findings to the commissioning manager.
  • Ensure that electrical and electromechanical systems are properly and timely maintained after first energisation of each system.
  • Ensure that the necessary safety signs/notices, barriers and other safety measures are implemented on a day-to-day basis during commissioning.
  • Function as Low Voltage Appointed Person with within the Electrical Safety Rules. Both offshore and when required onshore.

EXPERIENCE QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum background expectations
  • The candidates must have hands-on experience with the installation and commissioning of electrical and electromechanical equipment on onshore and offshore substations at construction sites, fabrication yards and offshore.
  • Low voltage systems experience: Installation and commissioning of low voltage electrical distribution systems, both AC and DC, incl. UPS’, generators, and selectivity.
  • Mechanical and automatic safety systems experience: Installation and commissioning of climate control systems, cranes, hoists, and automated fire safety systems.
  • High voltage AC systems experience: Installation and commissioning of high voltage transformers, >66 kV gas insulated switchgear, and high voltage protection systems.
  • High voltage cables experience: HV cable support systems, and >66 kV cable pulling, cleating, terminating, connecting, and testing.
  • SCADA & Communication experience: Installation and commissioning of communication networks, station control systems, telecommunication systems, and related cable types like fiber optic, coax, etc.
  • Have a completed degree or vocational training within electrical or marine engineering.
  • Speak, read, and write English at advanced level.
  • Excel at establishing and maintaining good collaboration through acknowledging communication with stakeholders.
Job Ref: 12848
COMMISSIONING
United States
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FAT/ SIT Engineer

TESTING ENGINEER (FAT, SIT & SAT)  required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Abu Dhabi, UAE

DURATION                   1 year contract, renewable
Schedule                     residence, 5 days per week (to work on weekends if deemed necessary)
 

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 

  • Responsible to oversee all FAT and SIT activities as performed by the structure fabricator and the EPCI Contractor.
  • Implementating project technical requirements (Project Specifications and International codes) as well as good industry practices regarding fabrication, FAT and SIT activities.
  • Assisting the Construction Superintendent and the EPCI Fabrication Manager with the daily activities in the fabrication yard.
  • Reviewing all relevant Fabrication/FAT and SIT documents throughout all project phases.
  • Review with particular attention to the FAT and SIT documents.
  • Assisting in Qualification activities for critical items.
  • Assisting, as may be necessary, in the review of Welding, NDT, Coating qualification testing documents.
  • Assisting with the review of welding NDT and coating procedures as prepared by the fabrication contractor.
  • Ensuring that HSE requirements are taken into consideration during document review.
  • Getting assistance from CPY Specialists, or third parties, if required, for specific topics.
  • Liaise with engineering team to follow-up detail engineering issues and trouble shoot these at an early stage.
  • Participating in various technical reviews (Hazids, Hazops, Project Technical Reviews).

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 

  • BSc degree in a relevant engineering discipline
  • 15+ years’ experience working for oil and gas exploration / production companies with a proven track record in similar positions
  • Experience in QC processes with regards to Welding, NDT and Coating
  • Ability to travel worldwide / USA / Europe / Mozambique
Job Ref: 12840
COMMISSIONING
United Arab Emirates
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PROJECT ASSURANCE MOC

CHANGE MANAGEMENT & COORDINATOR  required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in Maputo, Mozambique.

DURATION           1 year contract with possible extensions.

POSITION SCOPE

The Change Management & Governance coordinator will ensure proper support & follow-up on documentation within Upstream on Change Management, governance, PSM and handover based on procedures approved on MZLNG Project. He will also create & update procedures under instruction from Interface Upstream Manager such as Execution Project Plans & Assurance documents. The Change Management & Governance coordinator will be onshore as resident with a start in Houston then Paris / Mozambique. He will be part of Interface Upstream team. Reporting to Interface Upstream Manager., the job holder will:

  • Follow-up and coordinate Change Management process across Upstream packages
  • Follow-up, coordinate and develop when needed governance documentation and project review Audit (PRs)
  • Support PSM scope across Upstream packages
  • Support handover process across upstream packages
  • The job holder will follow above scope under Interface Upstream Manager supervision and coordinate with other stakeholders if requested.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Review current Change Management Procedure and update it with current project status & report progress on Change Management to Interface Upstream Manager.
  • Liaise with other stakeholders within CPY to ensure that it is in line with CPY expectations.
  • Follow-up all change order with C&P under Interface Upstream Manager supervision.
  • Ensure that all documentation linked to change management is up to date with upstream technical leads.
  • Follow up with project controls representant the development of any MOC.
  • Support and develop governance documentation under interface upstream manager supervision including preparation of HQ & PRs audits, project execution plans, etc.
  • Develop KPI on governance interface upstream manager supervision
  • Support Interfaces between CTRs, CPY stakeholders such as Drilling, EPCI for PSM & handover under interface upstream manager supervision
  • Support PSM and exit storage follow-up with interface engineer under interface upstream manager supervision.
  • support handover follow-up with interface engineer under interface upstream manager supervision within upstream package and with another stakeholder only if requested by Interface Upstream Manager.
  • Support PRs (Project Review) preparation.
  • Ensure quality control on TQ (Technical Query signed by both Technical Managers of each package) follow-up and assessment of potential impacts.
  • Accountable of the implementation of Change process including CAN and Decision Sheets
  • Accountable of Governance updates and implementation across Upstream packages 
  • Accountable for the assessment of interface impacts of all Changes, Technical Queries

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

The Change Management and Governance coordinator shall be familiar with all aspects of offshore and subsea projects, with respect to traditional interface definition and responsibilities:
 

  • Knowledge of planning tools and Change Management process from previous experience
  • Experienced in the management and delivery of offshore and subsea projects, particularly projects with subsea pipeline and subsea equipment components (integrated EPCI). Experience in deep water and subsea to shore projects is needed.
  • Familiar with equipment delivery, past project experience in Africa or other remote or isolated jurisdictions would be an advantage.
  • Experience in the associated key interface challenges linked to subsea equipment installation & pre-commissioning (trees, manifolds, subsea control systems)
  • Able to act as a problem solver with the ability to achieve outcomes where various stakeholders are involved.
  • Ability to multi-task and work as part of small and flexible team & ability to understand different challenges from different entities
  • BOSIET and OGUK medical
  • Fluency in the English language.
  • Strong track record in offshore and subsea project delivery with a minimum of 15 years direct experience of the same.
Job Ref: 12835
COMMISSIONING
Mozambique
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Welding Engineer

WELDING ENGINEER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a resident basis, located in Abu Dhabi, UAE

DURATION                       1 year contract, renewable 
SCHEDULE                        5 days per week (with work on weekends if deemed necessary)

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible on the design, fabrication, and construction of PLETS, In Line sleds, skids, manifold foundations and similar structures
  • Oversight of the Material, Welding and NDE activities during the Project Detailed Engineering phase and Construction Phase.
  • Performing quality surveillance inspections, examinations, witnessing tests, etc., in accordance with the Inspection and Test Plans
  • Liaise with dedicated Project Team specialists (such as material & welding, corrosion & coating, etc), or third parties, if required.
  • Oversee the Contractors engineering work proposals and plans particularly with respect to pipeline reeling (candidate has a significant background in pipeline reeling/SCR welding). Same oversight required for the PLET, ILS, and support structure’s fabrication and welding.
  • Physically oversee and monitor the execution of qualification of welding and material test programs as well as being present during the stalk welding in the Contractor spool base (as required), PLET/ ILS, foundation fabrication, and offshore during the installation works (as required).Ensure technical and quality protocols including ITP are followed

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • A minimum 15 years in welding / materials/ mechanical engineering on oil & gas projects.
  • Specialization: Material, Welding and NDE
  • Master of Science degree in Material/Welding Engineering and/or Mechanical Engineering
  • Minimum 10 years of experience in offshore pipeline construction
  • Experience in QC audits of construction vessels and construction yards related to Material, Welding and NDE
  • Fully familiar with Pipeline Codes i.e. API 1104 and DnVGL-ST-F101
  • Ability to work well in detail oriented, high-stress, fast paced environment with others in an international and multi-cultural environment
  • Ability to multi-task and work as part of small and flexible team and manage interfaces with good communication and presentation skill.
  • Ability to travel USA / Europe / Mozambique and willingness to support back-to-back during leave period
  • Fluency in the English language and capable to represent the project in a professional and organized manner.
  • Prefer current BOSIET and OGUK Medical certification prior to mobilizing offshore
Job Ref: 12833
ENGINEERS
United Arab Emirates
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QA/QC Supervisor

QA/QC SUPERVISOR required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Dubai, UAE

DURATION                       1 year contract, renewable 
SCHEDULE                        residence, 5 days per week (with work on weekends if deemed necessary)

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for ensuring all quality requirements are met for the onshore URF fabrication scope at Contractor Fabrication facility in UAE
  • Provide QC expertise during fabrication.
  • Lead the QC team on site and liaise with Contractor QC and Fabrication Manager during SOW execution. (Candidate has a significant background in welding, NDT and structure fabrication. In addition, proven experience in leading QC teams)
  • Physically oversee and monitor the execution of structure fabrication and report to EPCI Fabrication Manager on technical matters related to the execution and as when required liaise with project Quality Manager.
  • Managing the quality aspects of Material, Welding and NDE activities during the Project Construction Phase
  • Ensuring all quality records are complete and document acceptance of the structure fabrication in accordance with approved ITPs and Company BoD and Specifications.
  • Respecting HSE rules and requirements and ensuring that the design and the resulting operations will be performed in compliance with a high regard to Health, Safety, Security and Environmental requirements.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • College degree
  • Valid Senior Welding inspector (SCWI) and NDT L2/L3 certifications
  • 15+ years’ experience working for oil and gas exploration / production companies with a proven track record in similar positions
  • Experience in managing the quality aspects of Material, Welding and NDE activities during the Project Construction Phase
  • PMT/client representative in QC audits of construction yards related to Material, Welding and NDE
  • Fully familiar with Pipeline and Structure Codes e.g., API 1104 / DnVGL-ST-F101 / ASME etc.
Job Ref: 12832
CONSTRUCTION
United Arab Emirates
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Electrical Quality Engineer

ELECTRICAL QUALITY CONTROL ENGINEER required by our client, to be assigned on a contact basis, located in Beaumont/Texas.

POSITION SCOPE

As an Electrical QA/QC Engineer, your primary role will be to ensure the highest standards of quality and compliance in electrical systems for an industrial project at Beaumont/Texas. You’ll collaborate closely with project teams, contractors, and stakeholders to verify that all electrical work adheres to industry standards and project specifications.  

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBITILTIES

Quality Assurance (QA): 

  • Engineering and Construction Oversight: Monitor and evaluate electrical engineering and construction activities related to cable pulling, cable connections, lighting, cable trays, instrumentation, and power distribution. 
  • Pre-Commissioning and Commissioning: Verify that electrical systems are installed correctly and function as intended during pre-commissioning and commissioning phases. 
  • Documentation Review: Review technical documents, drawings, and specifications to ensure accuracy and compliance. 
  • Testing and Inspection: Conduct quality inspections, witness tests, and verify compliance with safety regulations. 

Quality Control (QC): 

  • Inspection and Auditing: Perform regular inspections of electrical installations, equipment, and components. 
  • Defect Identification: Identify and address any defects, deviations, or non-conformities promptly. 
  • Material Verification: Ensure that materials used meet quality standards. 
  • Process Improvement: Collaborate with project teams to improve processes and enhance quality control procedures. 
  • Documentation Management: Maintain accurate records of inspections, test results, and corrective actions. 
  • Collaboration and Communication: 
  • Team Coordination: Work closely with electrical contractors, engineers, and other project stakeholders. 
  • Reporting: Provide regular reports on QA/QC activities to project management. 
  • Problem-Solving: Address any quality-related issues promptly and propose solutions. 

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field. 
  • Relevant certifications in quality control are advantageous. 
  • Experience in industrial projects, preferably in electrical systems. 
  • Strong knowledge of cable pulling, cable connections, lighting, cable trays, instrumentation, and power distribution. 
  • Excellent communication skills and attention to detail. 
Job Ref: 12831
INSPECTORS
United States
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Afungi Upstream Installation and Construction Manager

UPSTREAM INSTALLATION AND CONSTRUCTION MANAGER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in Afungi, Mozambique.

DURATION                               1 year contract (renewable)
ROTATION                               28 days ON x 28 days OFF

POSITION SCOPE:

Reports to the EPCI Installation Manager and is responsible for the installation and construction scope related to the Offshore Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Installation (EPCI) Contract:

  1. Shallow Water installation and construction scope delivery (near shore and onshore).

  2. Shallow Water and Deepwater installation and construction scope day to day in-country coordination and support.

At peak the Company Team reporting to the Installation and Construction Manager is approximately 30 full time positions at the Afungi Site. Significant resources and assets will be deployed by the MTV consortium for the installation scope including Pipelay Vessels (Deep Energy, Solitaire, and Stingray), Construction Vessels (Skandi Africa and Olympic Challenger) and various Dredging Vessels to conduct the scope.  

The Afungi Installation and Construction Manager is expected to be present onshore at the Afungi Site and is a rotational position. Travel on mission to installation vessels and other project locations where members of the installation team are present will be expected as needed.   

Project is US $20 Billion investment, 17,000-acre LNG facility site that includes private airstrip, marine facilities, and 18 subsea wells – 5-year construction period, delivered utilizing a staff of 1500+ employees and contractors based in Houston, Milan, Paris, Singapore, and Mozambique.   
             
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES             

  • Management and coordination of in-country EPCI Contract installation and construction scope delivery and team during the project execution phase.

  • Provide project management and leadership of the Company Afungi Site Team during the installation and construction phases.

  • Act as the senior representative of the Upstream Division resident onshore at Afungi Site and be duty holder for the RSES-Deputy function at the MTV Afungi Site.

  • Monitor, report, review and manage all facets of EPCI activities at Afungi Site (including risks) to ensure that schedule, technical, quality and HSES requirements are, as a minimum, met or improved upon.

  • Provide leadership in identification and resolution of interface issues, in conjunction with managers / senior discipline engineers, in an efficient and cost-effective manner – this includes between the Downstream and Upstream Divisions / Port Authority elements at the Afungi Site and ensure continued communication with Company Downstream representatives to ensure access to offloading and camp facilities.

  • Pro-actively identify potential clashes between Contractor requirements (site access, vessel approaches, etc) and Company Onshore Contractor and proactively resolve issues whilst keeping the EPCI Installation Manager informed.

  • Ensure that a safe system of work is implemented and strictly adhered for all EPCI activities at the Afungi Site.

  • Ensure that the Afungi Team organisation is matched to the relevant project phases and that resources are identified, mobilized, and demobilized in accordance with the plan.

  • Ensure that all scope activities are performed in compliance with project technical requirements and fit for purpose.

  • Provide leadership within activities for HSSE performance and compliance

  • Provide leadership in Quality performance and compliance across activities

 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum of 20 years relevant track record in general offshore and onshore construction activities,

  • With a minimum of 15 years’ experience in management of construction and installation activities for large scale EPCI contracts with dredging, pipeline landfall / offshore work elements.

  • Proven team leadership / management experience.

  • Able to assess and analyze contractor construction plans and robustness of overall execution planning.  

  • Tertiary level education.

Job Ref: 12821
ADMINISTRATION
Mozambique
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Mechanical Engineer – Shutdown Coordinator

MECHANICAL ENGINEER – SHUTDOWN COORDINATOR is required by our Client, an Oil and Gas operator, to be assigned on a contract basis located in Algeria

ROTATION                    28 days ON x 28 days OFF

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage shutdown (SD) preparations for execution including materials and spare parts identification and ordering, the identification of manpower requirements and the mobilization of contractor personnel and equipment.
  • Develop and recommend overall SD strategy and coordinate the preparation of the ‘Fully Integrated SD Schedule’ both for long-term planning and preparation, and efficient execution.
  • Direct and monitor each department’s progress on shutdown activity preparation and planning.  Mentor supervisors and personnel to develop leadership skills and experience within SD planning and execution activities.
  • Organize and chair regular department and inter-departmental meetings with all Groupement Berkine (GB) stakeholders to ensure focus on SD goals.
  • Identify resourcing requirements for SD execution.
  • Administer SD-related contracts and/or coordinate with other contract holders to execute the work.
  • Direct and monitor SD-related departmental plans and schedules.
  • Direct and monitor SD-related material procurement and delivery in cooperation with GB procurement.
  • Ensure all activity Work Packs are developed in accordance with internal guidelines, reviewed and agreed.
  • Ensure SD Risk Assessments are performed for all activities as required.
  • Coordinate and drive the mobilization and availability of all SD-related labor, plant, equipment, and logistics resources to deliver shutdown on-time and to budget.
  • Manage the shutdown activities in accordance with GB shutdown strategy.
  • Ensure Permit to Work and Isolation procedures are adhered to and good HSE practices are being applied.
  • Ensure that SD execution progress is reported daily, and drive actions required to ensure plan meets schedule;
  • Conduct Lessons Learned meetings with other GB departments and approved contractors after completion of shutdowns. Ensure that Lessons Learned are applied in preparation for future shutdowns.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 

  • Mechanical Engineering qualification – need not be degree level.
  • At least 10 years’ experience in oil & gas processing facilities; planning for and managing shutdowns and running upgrade projects – may also have commissioning experience.
  • Experience with modern Planning software, preferably Primavera P6 is preferred
  • English language skills are required – French and/or Arabic in addition would be advantageous
Job Ref: 12820
ENGINEERS
Algeria
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ISBL Planning Engineer

ISBL PLANNING ENGINEER required by our Client, an International Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique

DURATION                   One year, renewable
ROTATION                    28 days ON x 28 days OFF

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Overall responsibility for Project Planning activities related to ISBL including:

  • Prepare Schedules, integration, forecast Key Dates for package against approved baseline schedule and key dates; Manage Package Planners to establish Project Baseline, review data to ensure schedule requirements are Implemented and correct monitored, risk items are identified and accurately represented in the project schedule risk analysis
  • Establish a suitable Project Schedule coding structure – complying with Governing Agreements (PSA/JOA),  the Group’s and Project Management reporting requirements and rules for all phases of the Project; Prepare / manage/ coordinate / consolidate and review Project Schedules related to ISBL  and updates (internal and external / Annual and Multiyear); Prepare and update progress reports; ensure variances and forecasted progress are properly explained and communicated to the project team; Track use of schedule reserve and contingency and approved changes to Project schedule related to ISBL.
  • Analyze, track, and report project (or contract specific) Project  schedule planning, progress KPIs and communicate their status to the project team; Participate in project meetings when required; gather, prepare, and analyze data for Risk Assessments; ensure risk information is incorporated into the project schedule and forecast; Support contracts and procurements for bidding, tendering, contract selection, and change management as required.
  • Participate in project digitalization to promote efficiencies, synergies, and simplification; Provide the necessary checks, approval functions for invoices submitted, in accordance with Contracts, Project & Company procedures; Participate and coordinate ISBL Project Schedule related tasks involved in the monthly reporting exercise.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum Education: Engineer/Bachelor degree in Business Management or similar
  • Minimum Experience: 10+ years of experience in major oil and gas project controls with focus in Onshore
  • Major Oil and Gas project developments knowledge and experience, with Partner and Government reporting interfaces
  • Organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines; Requires team spirit with ability to work closely with various stakeholders.
  • Strong communication and presentation skills; Knowledgeable and experienced with schedule and planning principles and methods.
  • Planning and Scheduling tools : Primavera P6, Acumen Fuse, Microsoft Project, Milestones Pro, Excel
  • Language Requirements: Fluent English required; Portuguese language skills will be advantageous.
Job Ref: 12813
CONSTRUCTION
Mozambique
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Information Management and Document Control Manager

IM and DOCUMENT CONTROL MANAGER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a resident basis located in Milan, Italy.

DURATION                     1 year contract (renewable)

POSITION SCOPE

This position exists up to the completion of the development phase including Project close-out. The project management and central controls teams will be based in Paris and the package teams will primarily be based in engineering and site locations in Houston, Milan, London and Mozambique (Maputo & Afungi) during this phase. Remote location is negotiable, subject to missions to Project locations as necessary.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 

  • Collaborates and interfaces with Operations, Projects, Contractors and other teams to develop or update information/document management processes and procedures aimed at meeting Project goals.
  • Develops and maintains project document delivery schedule and timeline to support early, final deliverables, and project handover.
  • Develops and maintains an effective tool to track, audit and report EPC contractors’ documentation progress.
  • Hosts the document control and DFO training and workshop sessions
  • Guides Document Controllers on developing project Master Document Register (MDR) and Document Distribution Matrix (DDM) based on EPC’s scope of work and engineering team needs.
  • Ensures that all Project stakeholders have the correct levels of access to New Prodom and adequately trained on how to use it.
  • Oversees and assures the capture, receipt and quality of all project documentation.
  • Coordinates with the Project and Operations team plans for final handover of documentation and data to Operations including Quantum.
  • Ensures the required attributes, numbering, file naming, etc. are in place to streamline the handover process.
  • Responsible for maintaining integrity of the project information that is stored in EDMS
  • Provides an accurate and unbiased view of document management status and progress to PMT.
  • Support contracts and procurements for bidding, tendering, contract selection, and change management as required

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 

  • Minimum Experience: 10+ years of experience in major oil and gas project as a Document Controller
  • Experienced with IM/DC systems including New Prodom and Quantum with strong communication and presentation skills.
  • Relevant professional experience gained from at least two different job roles related to engineering and/or supplier document control on projects or business assets, (ideally operator based with full lifecycle experience).
  • Major Oil and Gas project developments knowledge and experience, with Partner and Government reporting interfaces,
  • Excellent organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines
  • Requires team spirit with ability to work closely with various stakeholders (diverse international teams, vendors & subcontractors, affiliates, HQ, etc.)
  • Engineer/Bachelor degree in Business management
  • Language Requirements: Fluent English required. French and Portuguese language skills will assist performance.
  • Only Italy-based candidates will be considered
Job Ref: 12812
ADMINISTRATION
Italy
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Lead Planning Engineer

LEAD PLANNING ENGINEER required by our Client, an International Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique

DURATION                   One year, renewable
ROTATION                    28 days ON x 28 days OFF

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The position activities will be performed in close collaboration and coordination with the Project Management. The job holder will play an essential role in ensuring the onshore project schedule is well monitored, forecasted and managed and that the project team is kept fully aware of the state of such interface.
  • To support the onshore project control team and lead the planning function specifically for engineering & procurement, whilst also in support and co-ordination with construction, commissioning and overall project schedule integration.
  • Ensure delivery of a robust and effective planning and progress measurement system to control, monitor and report the progress of the work associated with the Engineering and Procurement elements.
  • Specify, implement and maintain robust and effective planning, progress measurement and reporting procedures
  • Supervise, train and develop as required, the National staff of the planning team.
  • Oversight of the planning, progress measurement and reporting activities of all execution contractors.
  • Preparing progress status reports to provide full visibility of all trends and highlight any deviations from the plan.
  • Supporting consultants engaged to carry out periodical schedule risk analyses.
  • Utilise continuous improvement processes to ensure consistent quality and fit-for-purpose outcomes.
  • Input and analyze data in the Planning applications to ensure project data integrity..
  • Safety – Responsible for personal safety safe working practices.
  • Other tasks as required by Planning Manager and Project Controls Manager.
  • The job holder will have to liaise actively with Project Management and related Package and Line Managers for the performance of the above duties.
  • Accountable for demonstrating an exemplary behavior regarding HSSE rules & requirements, with regards to the Company Ethics and “Code of Conduct” policy and for implementing and controlling these rules and requirements within the said area of responsibility.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Minimum Education: Engineer/Bachelor degree in Business Management or similar
  • Minimum Experience: 10+ years of experience in major oil and gas project controls with focus in Onshore
  • Major Oil and Gas project developments knowledge and experience, with Partner and Government reporting interfaces
  • Organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines; Requires team spirit with ability to work closely with various stakeholders.
  • Strong communication and presentation skills; Knowledgeable and experienced with schedule and planning principles and methods.
  • Planning and Scheduling tools : Primavera P6, Acumen Fuse, Microsoft Project, Milestones Pro, Excel
  • Language Requirements: Fluent English required; Portuguese language skills will be advantageous.
Job Ref: 12810
CONSTRUCTION
Mozambique
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Civil & Structural Engineer

CIVIL & STRUCTURAL ENGINEER required by our Client, an International Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in London, UK

DURATION                   12 months, renewable

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work in the civil structural engineering organization of 4 FTE on Company’s side and around 260 FTE on Contractor’s side.
  • Assure the civil structural discipline issuance, review, and approval of around 11,000 technical documents.
  • Implement engineering specifications and provide quality assurance in the procurement of materials, equipment and services to ensure conformity with sound engineering practice and cost effectiveness.
  • Ensure all Project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented. Ensure HSE is emphasized throughout all civil marine design activities. Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.
  • Perform the review deliverables for civil, structural, geotechnical, hydraulics detailed engineering works for foundations, undergrounds, roads, drainage system, buildings, steel and concrete structures such as piperacks, platforms bridges, culverts, equipment, Flare derrick, tanks, etc.
  • Provide technical expertise support for construction material selection, tests and approval.
  • Provide technical expertise to implement HVAC design impacts on buildings and finalize buildings design.
  • Ensure security and shore protection interfaces gets incorporated into the design and follow up during construction and provide support for all site structures including marine and topsides.
  • Interface with Contractor civil structural engineering site team to ensure coordination of efforts and that all necessary issues are addressed.
  • Identify opportunities and risks (and their mitigations) for civil structural design related operating issues. Work with Process Safety to ensure all appropriate safeguards and mitigations are in place to provide a safe working environment for Operations.
  • Coordination of Contractor planning and execution activities, with focus on civil marine engineering activities, but familiarity with multidisciplinary engineering execution, and procurement.
  • Assist the Civil Structural Lead Engineer in ensuring the civil structural discipline technical portions of the EPC contract is adhered to during execution.
  • During site activities, avoid Contractor stand-by / delay by answering quickly to site queries and unexpected technical site problems, oversee rectification of punch list items, and completion of on-site tests, and oversee erection of all discipline-related equipment.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • Degree in Civil/Structural Engineering discipline.
  • Proficient in English language.
  • Eight (8) or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Sound understanding of applicable regulatory requirements in international settings.
  • Supervisory experience related to plant and project engineering with increasing size and responsibility.
  • Extensive knowledge of standard engineering methods, technologies and computerized design techniques.
  • Must have recent experience working on the design of civil structures for oil & gas facilities.
  • Experience in working in a project team of engineers and able to function (based upon prior experience) in both the design and operational environment and be able to adapt to different work conditions in office and at site.
Job Ref: 12809
ENGINEERS
United Kingdom
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DOCUMENT CONTROLLER

DOCUMENT CONTROLLER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a resident basis located in Milan, Italy.

DURATION                     1 year contract, renewable 

POSITION SCOPE

This position exists up to the completion of the development phase including Project close-out. The project management and central controls teams will be based in Paris and the package teams will primarily be based in engineering and site locations in Houston, Milan, London and Mozambique (Maputo & Afungi) during this phase. Remote location is negotiable, subject to missions to Project locations as necessary.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensures effective application of the project document control processes, procedures, standards and tools.
  • Delivers efficient, effective, and secure control of project information that includes document capture, quality assessment, rejection as applicable, coding, updating, review routing and distribution.
  • Responsible for the integrity and completeness of the Project information in the Electronic Document Management System (EDMS). Interfaces with Contractor Document Control team and assures delivery of project documentation that meets the Project standards.
  • Ensures documentation and attributes compliance with the project information delivery requirements specification, specific operations business needs and project schedule.
  • Supports activities associated with the information handover to operations (or other specified post project recipients).
  • Utilizes and contributes to the project lessons learned in accordance with company best practices.
  • Responds to the Project team information and document queries and status requests.
  • Assure integrity and accuracy of the company and contractor master document registers.
  • accountable for the maintenance of the document distribution matrix(s).
  • Interfaces with the Head Office Document Management Manager, Document Controllers in other project locations, and EDMS Administrator EDMS issues raised by the project team members.
  • Document Controller will be assigned to one of the project office locations worldwide

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum Experience: 5+ years of experience in major oil and gas project as a Document Controller
  • Relevant professional experience gained from at least two different job roles related to engineering and/or supplier document control on projects or business assets, (ideally operator based with full lifecycle experience).
  • Experience working with:  Electronic Document Management Systems, MS Office applications, Adobe Acrobat and Scanning Software.
  • Language Requirements: Fluent English required. French and Portuguese language skills will assist performance.
Job Ref: 12808
ADMINISTRATION
Italy
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PROCESS ENGINEER

PROCESS ENGINEER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in London, United Kingdom. May relocate to Site during Construction activities at Engineering completion or provide remote support from home office.

DURATION           1 year contract with possible extensions

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Reporting to Process Engineering Manager. Work in the process engineering team in the over all engineering organisation.
  • Work in the process discipline organization of 4 FTE on Company’s side and around 120 FTE on Contractor’s side, including process technologies, utilities and offsite technologies, and loss prevention.
  • Assure the process discipline issuance, review, and approval of over 2,000 technical documents.
  • Manage the process discipline development of engineering specifications and provide quality assurance in the procurement of materials, equipment and services to ensure conformity with sound engineering practice and cost effectiveness. Support to other discipline leaders on the overall 177 PO’s having a total value of USD 3 Billion.
  • Ensure all Project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented. Ensure HSE is emphasized throughout all process design activities. Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.
  • Complete execution of process design aspects in accordance with project standards and guidelines, procedures, Quality Program, project plans and contractual obligations.
  • Review and verify EPC Contractor’s remaining detailed engineering deliverables, including construction issue piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs), verification of vendor data, completion of vendor HAZOP studies, close out of remaining HAZOP actions.
  • Execute the onshore facility performance test procedures, coordinating all activities with operations and troubleshooting issues as required.  Work with contractor to prepare the PTP reports.
  • Interface between offshore engineering and operating teams to ensure planning and coordination between gas delivery and Onshore processing requirements.
  • Responsible for process engineering activities in utilities and OSBL units
  • Responsible for process engineering key input to alarm management.
  • Conduct process discipline detailed evaluation and technical audit of various critical plant areas.
  • During site activities, avoid Contractor stand-by / delay by answering quickly to site queries and unexpected technical site problems, oversee rectification of punch list items, and completion of on-site tests.
  • Support construction team, including managing any construction driven mark-ups / changes to the detailed engineering design basis.
  • Work with commissioning and construction teams to identify and plan system turnover requirements to support timely facility start-up.
  • Support commissioning execution, including review of procedures for pre-commissioning and commissioning, field support for the commissioning team, and troubleshooting of any issues.  Manage any commissioning changes to the detailed engineering design basis.
  • Interface between Operations and on-site vendor teams for Commissioning and start-up Operations activities, e.g. APCI, BASF, NOV.
  • Support operations start-up execution, including development and review of start-up procedures, field support for the start-up operating team, and troubleshooting of any issues.  Manage any changes to the detailed engineering design basis

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.
  • Proficient in English language.
  • Eight (8) or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Experience with LNG project process design requirements and work processes through EPC, commissioning, and start-up.
  • Knowledge of and ability to use HYSYS/UNISIM.
  • Experience working with Utilities, MEG and OSBL units.
  • Experience working within a value assurance framework and detailed knowledge of the application of Process Safety in operations.
  • Commissioning and start-up experience preferable.
Job Ref: 12807
CONSTRUCTION
United Kingdom
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LOGISTICS MARINE TRANSPORT REPRESENTATIVE

LOGISTICS MARINE TRANSPORT ENGINEER is required by our Client in the Oil & Energy sector to be assigned on a contract basis – located in Afungi, Mozambique

DURATION:             12 months renewable
ROTATION:              28 days ON x 28 days OFF

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 

  • Organizes and coordinates all vessels movements coming into Afungi and Cargo operations on the various quayside based on the manifests, loading plans, and priorities.
  • Maintains a permanent contact with the different entities in Afungi (Construction Team, Security, ASI, SED, IT, etc…) and identifies needs, priorities, emergencies to coordinate with them the loading/unloading operations of vessel in respect Planning.
  • Ensures that vessels are unloaded and loaded in a professional and safe manner without useless stand by to optimize the means.
  • Liaise with Logistics Operation Manager to manage any disruption in vessel plan to promptly so as to recover the system and restore logistics control in support of the operation.
  • Makes sure that all material/equipment transported by vessels is distributed on the site according to the manifests established by Pemba.
  • Ensures that the backload equipment/material for Pemba on the vessels is correctly recorded and manifested in order to have a perfect traceability on arrival in Pemba.
  • On a daily basis and in coordination with Maputo and Pemba Logistics, plans the vessel movements to meet up with the operation requests
  • Monitors and Keeps a record of all Vessels log and downtime while in Afungi Bay
  • Focal person for reception and distribution of the GO (Diesel) Road Tanker to the various storage facilities.
  • Focal Person for the reception of diesel Supply Tanker, he plans for the offloading of the cargo to meet up with the deadline in order not to incur any demurrage for the company.
  • Control and follow up daily, logistics processes of shipments materials and equipment internationally and locally ensuring application of defined procedures and legal/ethical requirements, and that are delivered within deadlines.
  • Coordinating timely and efficiently with Maritime agents, Clearing Agents, Contractor’s agents and Tepma1 Reps of Tepma1 chartered vessels for Interacting with all Tepma1 Logistics organization within SA and Mozambique for adequate and effective materials movements until final destination,
  • Coordinating with Tepma1 Customs Operations Departments (COD) all required actions to be taken and assisting Tepma1 COD by guiding shippers, freight forwarders and contractors to apply the Tepma1 Customs procedures,
  • Prepares and send a Daily Logistics Report to Logistics Operations manager in Maputo,
  • Develop and maintain materials movement records – shipments status updates.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 

  • Minimum of three (5) year’s relevant logistics and administrative experience within the oil and gas industry
  • Experience with material handling & material organization support to a large group in a multi-national project
  • Ability to handle many complex issues concurrently and to work with minimum supervision
  • Good knowledge of marine cargo operation and marine operation
  • Good knowledge of English as well as MS word, MS excel and SAP
Job Ref: 12806
LOGISTICS & OFFICE SERVICES
Mozambique
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SIMOPS / COMOPS COORDINATOR

SIMOPS / COMOPS COORDINATOR required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in Maputo, Mozambique.

DURATION           1 year contract with possible extensions

POSITION SCOPE

Reporting to Interface Upstream Manager. The SIMOPS/COMOPS coordinator will ensure the routine coordination for all vessels within EPCI scope and be the point of contact for coordination of any related offshore co-activities operations under Installation Manager supervision. The SIMOPS/COMOPS coordinator will be onshore as resident first with a start in Houston then Paris  / Mozambique. He will be part of Interface Upstream team. Reporting directly to above N+1 depending on the project progress, the job holder will:

  • Represent all Upstream packages & participate to Risk Assessment of SIMOPS / COMOPS activities
  • Liaise with HSE CPY Manager and Rep on site to ensure that all safety measures are properly taken into account
  • Receive all the Fiches de Liaison issued by vessels working in Golfinho perimeter & liaise with RSES-D onboard vessel to review the Fiches de Liaison.
  • Ensure that the Subsea SIMOPS procedure is well applied and prepare COMOPS procedure & associated dossiers.
  • Ensure, when relevant, EPCI CTR vessel/RIG work permit has been submitted.
  • Liaise with Field Operations entity for any required assistance associated to Fiche de liaison review
  • Coordinate with Drilling Representant, EPCI team, EPCI Contractor and Field Operations about day-to-day progress of activities.
  • Follow up with Project Controls Representant the development of the relevant clash tool & its application
  • Coordinate with Installation Vessels Leads to resolve co-activities
  • Coordinate with EPCI Afungi Site Rep and Port Authority any co-activities in the bay with EPCI vessels

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To prepare SIMOPS / COMOPS dossiers and follow-up preparation of CTRs documents
  • To develop and ensure the implementation of a Marine Operations Management for SIMOPS/COMOPS activities with different stakeholders
  • To ensure that definition of Exclusion and Restricted zones are well known by all stakeholders within EPCI teams, including EPCI CTRs
  • To support the development & application of HSE TEPMA1 policy, including participation to HAZOP/HAZID & Risk Assessments linked to SIMOPS/COMOPS activities.
  • To support Interfaces between CTRs, CPY stakeholders such as Drilling, EPCI & participate to Coordination meeting for vessels activities as EPCI
  • To ensure that a proper SIMOPS/COMOPS tool is developed and followed by all stakeholders to identify any clash between vessels that can have an impact on schedule or cost
  • To understand vessels activities & ensure that all stakeholders, including CTRs from EPCI, are aware of scheduled vessels movements and priorities
  • To report to his manager any conflict or clash identified during Coordination meeting & ensure all relevant information are shared with EPCI teams
  • To support his manager in the development of mitigations & solutions to avoid co-activities or decrease the impact on EPCI schedule & scope
  • To ensure proper circulation and signature of Fiche de Liaison, SIMOPS & COMOPS dossiers between stakeholders
  • Accountable for SIMOPS / COMOPS methodology implementation & dossiers
  • Desire to work offshore (marine spread) or at site as part of Company representation.
  • Accountable for proper identification and process follow-up of clash / SIMOPS / COMOPS activities.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

The SIMOPS/COMOPS coordinator shall be familiar with all aspects of offshore and subsea projects, with respect to traditional interface definition and responsibilities:

  • Knowledge of planning tools and SIMOPS/COMOPS management from previous experience.
  • Experienced in the management and delivery of offshore and subsea projects, particularly projects with subsea pipeline and subsea equipment components (integrated EPCI). Experience in deep water and subsea to shore projects is needed (10 years).
  • Familiar with equipment delivery, past project experience in Africa or other remote or isolated jurisdictions would be an advantage.
  • Experience in the associated key interface challenges linked to subsea equipment installation &pre-commissioning (tree, subsea control systems).
  • Able to act as a problem solver with the ability to achieve outcomes where various stakeholders are involved.
  • Ability to multi-task and work as part of small and flexible team & ability to understand different challenges from different entities.
  • BOSIET and OGUK medical
  • Strong track record in offshore and subsea project delivery with a minimum of 15 years direct experience of the same.
  • Fluency in the English language.
Job Ref: 12805
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Mozambique
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Field Construction Superintendent

FIELD CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a contract basis located in Afungi, Mozambique.

START DATE                March 2024
DURATION                   One year (Renewable)
ROTATION                   28 days ON x 28 days OFF
                       
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for construction activities within specified area in close collaboration with EPC Contractor as per project rules including project objectives for HSE, quality, schedule, and cost aspect.
  • Ensure the site works are properly managed and executed by the Contractor and their approved Subcontractors in accordance with the Contract Agreement.
  • Coordination with other departments for the safe and ontime execution of the work, to deliver a fitforpurpose facility.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant HSE requirements across works to promote a healthy and safe work environment.
  • Analyse and report performance of all Contractors and Subcontractors activities, identify any deviations/risks and contribute to timely propose mitigations to Project Management Team.
  • Monitoring and review of Contractor related assurance activities and verification documentation,
  • Assure Contractor is performing all works in accordance with the approved plans and procedures,
  • Work and interface with other company discipline Superintendents, Engineers, Planners, Authorities and the Contractor, Vendors to ensure key contract deliverables are met.
  • Assist to gather and validates ‘lessons learnt’ from all project team and provides feedback.
  • The key deliverables are safety compliance, environmental management, assurance, budget management and control, project schedule milestones and adherence to project approved and national specifications, standards, and written practices.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 

  • Degree/diploma holder in related discipline field and/or oil & gas construction projects.
  • 10 years’ experience in related discipline works and a suitable general knowledge in oil and gas industry
  • Full understanding of areas critical to the success of large complex projects: safety, environmental, work organization, cost, schedule, quality, organizational competency, and reputational risk.
  • Strong HSE culture and safety leadership, effective communication and leadership skills with the ability to influence critical decisions.
  • Strong English written and verbal communication skills required.
  • Portuguese or French is advantageous. 
Job Ref: 12803
CONSTRUCTION
Mozambique
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Process Safety Engineer

PROCESS SAFETY ENGINEER is required by our Client in the Oil & Energy sector to be assigned on a residential basis – located in Milan, Italy

DURATION                   12 months, renewable

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work in the process discipline organization of 4 FTE on company’s side and around 120 FTE on contractor’s side, including process technologies, utilities and offsite technologies, and loss prevention.

  • Assure the process discipline issuance, review, and approval of over 2,000 technical documents.

  • Manage the process discipline development of engineering specifications and provide quality assurance in the procurement of materials, equipment, and services to ensure conformity with sound engineering practice and cost effectiveness. Support to other discipline leaders on the overall 177 PO’s having a total value of USD 3 Billion. Ensure all project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented. Ensure HSE is emphasized throughout all process design activities. Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.

  • Review and verify EPC Contractor’s remaining detailed engineering deliverables, including QRA, fire and gas detector layouts, safety critical element performance standards, fire and safety equipment vendor data review, implementation of ALARP activities, completion of remaining vendor HAZOP studies, and tracking implementation and close out of remaining HAZOP and other safety review actions.

  • Responsible for the implementation of process safety in design requirements.

  • Continue / restart the process safety in design effort with the selected 3rd party vendor, to review project deliverables and ensure they are fit for purpose. Close out remaining PSID actions. Owner of the 3rd party contracts for 3rd party independent reviews of PSiD.

  • Restart the technological risk assessment with the selected vendor and close out the remaining TRA actions.

  • Review, in coordination with operating personnel, critical operating documents, including operating manuals, commissioning procedures, startup procedures, operating procedures, and emergency and evacuation plans.

  • Work with process engineering, operations HSE team, and production operations to ensure all appropriate safeguards and mitigations are in place to provide a safe working environment.

  • Work with on-site vendor teams, in cooperation with site HSE, to ensure all Process Safety requirements are incorporated in vendor equipment and operations.

  • Support for field generated changes, from construction, commissioning, or operating teams.  Assurance of process safety of changes, including HAZOPs or other studies, as necessary.

  • Work with contractor to ensure all final process safety deliverables are properly captured in the project information management system.

  • Support for field generated changes, from construction, commissioning, or operating teams.  Assurance of process safety of changes, including risk assessments, HAZOPs, or other studies, as necessary.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.

  • 10 or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.

  • Experience with LNG project process safety requirements and work processes through EPC, commissioning, start-up.

  • Experience with process safety reviews (e.g., HAZID, HAZOP, F&G map reviews, SIMOP reviews, etc.) and producing typical process safety deliverables (e.g., QRA, bow tie analysis, layout studies, hazardous area classifications, fire, and blowdown zone studies, etc.).

  • Experience working within a value assurance framework and detailed knowledge of the application of Process Safety in operations.

  • Commissioning and start-up experience preferable

Job Ref: 12801
SAFETY
Italy
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Telecom Engineer

TELECOM ENGINEER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on resident basis in London, UK. May relocate to site during construction activities at engineering completion.

DURATION                  1 year (renewable, long-term)
                       
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for Telecommunications & IT networks to support the entire LNG plant and local infrastructure.
  • Oversight and review of EPC Contractor’s telecommunications and networking engineering scopes of work.
  • Manage plant telecommunications and IT networks and related systems including VoIP based telephone and intercom, PAGA, Control systems, trunked radio system, LAN, WLAN and VLAN.
  • Ensure implementation of cybersecurity standards and implementation of Cyber Security.
  • Work in the I&E Engineering organization of 12 FTE on Company’s side and around 185 FTE on Contractor’s side.
  • Assure the Telecoms discipline issuance, review, and approval of EPC technical documents.
  • Provide expertise in WAN, Corporate LAN, Telephone System, Hotline System, Public Address General Alarm (PAGA), Meteo Environmental Monitoring System (MEMS), Vessel Traffic Monitoring System (VTMS), Marine Systems (Quick Release Hooks, Mooring Line Monitoring, Berthing Aid System, Ship to Shore, Marine Data Gathering System), CCTV (Process & Security), Access Control, Perimeter Intrusion Detection System, Personnel/Vehicle/Parcel Scanners, Integrated Security Management System (including intercom), VHF Marine Radio System, Operation Radio System (DMR and TETRA), Entertainment System (IPTV & Recreational WiFi), Structured Cabling System, Fibre Optic Network, Radio Towers, etc.
  • Implement engineering specifications and provide quality assurance in the procurement of materials, equipment and services to ensure conformity with sound engineering practice and cost effectiveness.
  • Adhere to Project HSE requirements, emphasize HSE in Telecoms design activities
  • Interface with corporate and partner IT personnel to ensure security firewalls are in place for business enterprise data access.
  • Interface with government authorities for licensing, permitting and compliance verification.
  • Indirectly provide oversight and guidance to the engineering teams, Automation and Instrumentation and Control Engineers with respect to telecoms and network system design and interfaces especially with respect to Cyber Security requirements.
  • Participate in FATs and IFATs for telecoms systems and interfaces with the ICSS and other systems as required.
  • Participate in P&ID reviews, HAZOP and other safety review meetings.
  • Manage the telecoms and network system overall cost and schedule; closely monitor the EPC Contractor’s work product and raise any issues with the I&E Engineering Manager.
  • Ensure the technical integrity of the EPC contractor’s telecommunications and network engineering / design during EPC execution.
  • Assist the I&E Engineering Manager in ensuring the I&E Discipline technical portions of the EPC contract is adhered to during execution.
  • During site activities, avoid Contractor stand-by / delay by answering quickly to site queries and unexpected technical site problems, oversee rectification of punch list items, and completion of on-site tests, and oversee erection of all discipline-related equipment.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in Telecommunications Engineering discipline.
  • 10 or more years’ experience in oil and gas and large projects.
  • Sound understanding of applicable regulatory requirements in international settings.
  • Supervisory experience related to plant and project engineering with increasing size and responsibility.
  • Extensive knowledge of standard engineering methods, technologies and computerized design techniques.
  • Must have recent experience working on the design of telecoms a network infrastructures for oil & gas facilities.
  • Candidate must have legal right to work in UK.
Job Ref: 12800
ENGINEERS
United Kingdom
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HVAC ENGINEER

HVAC ENGINEER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in Milan, Italy.

DURATION                    1 year contract
                                       (with possible extensions)

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Reporting to:    Rotating Equipment Manager
  • Assure the HVAC discipline issuance, review, and approval of around 2,000 technical documents for more than 80 buildings.
  • Ensure all Project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented. Ensure HSE is emphasized throughout all HVAC design activities. Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.
  • Follow-up of engineering development activities progress related to HVAC Systems by the contractors and packages vendors. The activities include the review and comment of engineering and vendor documentation to ensure compliance with design dossier, SOR, project specifications and HSE regulation, international codes, and classification society rules.
  • Supervise the engineering contractors in charge of carrying out detailed design of HVAC engineering in compliance with project specifications and procedures, discipline requirements and international codes, with respect of cost, schedule and required level of quality and safety of the project.
  • Develop Detail Engineering and ensure consistency in various detail Engineering documentations and deliverables and ITT documents.
  • Assist Corporate Planning & Development team members in addressing the HVAC concerns and queries, when required,
  • Supervise and promote cost-saving solutions in the design, ensure that the design is standardized as much as practicable,
  • Check the quality of the HVAC engineering documents prepared by the Contractor(s) and his subcontractors & vendors, provide required comments in due time, lead via PRODOM the documentation promptly, in accordance with contract procedures and requirements,
  • Check the incorporation of project team comments by the Contractor(s) and his subcontractors / vendors in subsequent submissions,
  • Monitor engineering, procurement, construction expediting, Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) for discipline related activities. Participate with CTR to the progress and technical meetings with vendors, to the inspections at vendors’ plants when/as required,
  • Identify potential deviations from the project specifications and report these to the Engineering Manager for final decision on whether to implement,
  • Ensure a delivery detailed engineering in due time to secure project execution schedule,
  • Ensure close coordination with other disciplines on all engineering, constructability, and operational matters during detailed design development, typically 3D model development, layout reviews, etc.
  • Treat all information obtained during course of the work with confidentiality,
  • Keep a pro-active attitude in front of future interlocutors (Contractors, Vendors, etc.),
  • Assist to prepare detailed scope of work and proposal MDR for HVAC discipline covering for EPC, all in line with Statement of Requirements,
  • Assist with the review of the other discipline deliverables and participate to HAZOPs.
  • Report to the Mechanical Engineering Manager any area of concern concerning quality or discipline progress.
  • Ensure the quality and completeness of HVAC Final Documentation (deliverables both from the Contractor and the Vendors): In compliance with Project Scope of Work, Specifications and Procedures.
  • Allowing an adequate hand-over to the Operation of the Subsidiary
  • Ensure timely delivery, review, and approval of studies and documents under his responsibility to enable the procurement, fabrication, and Construction / Installation of Equipment to progress and to site commissioning and start up.
  • Work in Onshore Engineering team in the overall Onshore organization.
  • Work in the field Engineering team during field activities.

CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT

  • Based in Milan during Engineering phase.
  • May relocate to Site during Construction activities at Engineering completion or provide remote support from home office.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.
  • Registration as a Charted Engineer, PE or equivalent preferred
  • Proficient in English language.
  • Eight (8) or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Expertise on design and operation of HVAC equipment.
  • Supervisory experience related to plant and project engineering with increasing size and responsibility.
Job Ref: 12799
CONSTRUCTION
Italy
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INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEER

INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in Milan, Italy.

DURATION                   1 year contract
                                      (with possible extensions)

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensure implementation of proper design for Instrumentation Engineering of the Project.
  • Oversight and review of EPC Contractor’s ISBL/OSBL instrumentation engineering scopes of work.
  • Work in the Instrumentation Engineering organization of 5 FTE on Company’s side and around 110 FTE on Contractor’s side.
  • Assure the Instrumentation discipline issuance, review, and approval of around 5,000 technical documents.
  • Implement engineering specifications and provide quality assurance in the procurement of materials, equipment, and services to ensure conformity with sound engineering practice and cost effectiveness.
  • Ensure all Project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented. Ensure HSE is emphasized throughout all design activities. Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.
  • Provide expertise in Instrumentation and relevant Industry Codes and Standards associated with a multiple train LNG facility, including many different types of on-line process analyzers and application of typical instrumentation types in cryogenic service.
  • Review Contractor-produced and package-vendor produced instrument data sheets for flow, pressure, temperature, and level instruments; process analyzers including gas chromatographs, moisture analyzers, oxygen analyzers, etc.; control valves, actuated on-off valves, ESD valves, pressure safety valves; tank gauging systems for LNG tanks and Condensate Tanks; HIPPS system; Fire and Gas detectors; bulk materials including cables, junction boxes, terminations, cable trays.
  • Participate in FATs for DCS/ESD/F&G systems with Automation Engineers.
  • Participate in P&ID reviews, HAZOP, and other safety review meetings.
  • Interface with Contractor Instrumentation Engineering site leads to ensure coordination of efforts and that all necessary issues are addressed.
  • Identify opportunities and risks (and their mitigations) for Instrumentation design related operating issues. Work with Process Safety to ensure all appropriate safeguards and mitigations are in place to provide a safe working environment for Operations.
  • Oversight and coordination of Contractor planning and execution activities, with focus on Instrumentation engineering activities, but familiarity with multidisciplinary engineering execution, and procurement.
  • Assist the Lead Instrumentation and Control Engineer in ensuring the Instrumentation discipline technical portions of the EPC contract is adhered to during execution.
  • During site activities, avoid Contractor stand-by / delay by answering quickly to site queries and unexpected technical site problems, oversee rectification of punch list items, and completion of on-site tests, and oversee erection of all discipline-related equipment.

CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT

  • Based in Milan during Engineering phase.
  • May relocate to Site during Construction activities at Engineering completion or provide remote support from home office.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.
  • Registration as a Charted Engineer, PE or equivalent preferred
  • Proficient in English language.
  • Eight (8) or more years’ of relevant experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Supervisory experience related to plant and project engineering with increasing size and responsibility.
Job Ref: 12798
COMMISSIONING
Italy
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Millwright

INDUSTRIAL MILLWRIGHT is required by our Client to be assigned on a contract basis, located in US

POSITION SCOPE

Reports to Maintenance Manager

Industrial Millwrights are skilled tradespeople responsible for the installation, maintenance, and repair of industrial machinery and equipment. They play a crucial role in ensuring the smooth operation and productivity of manufacturing plants, power stations, and other industrial facilities.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Install, disassemble, and relocate industrial machinery and equipment according to blueprints and specifications
  • Troubleshoot and repair mechanical and electrical malfunctions in machinery and equipment
  • Perform preventive maintenance tasks to minimize downtime and extend the lifespan of equipment
  • Align, level, and adjust machinery to ensure proper operation and precision
  • Install and maintain bearings, belts, couplings, and other mechanical components
  • Utilize hand tools, power tools, and specialized equipment to perform their duties safely and efficiently
  • Interpret blueprints and schematics to understand machine specifications and installation requirements
  • Maintain accurate records of maintenance activities and equipment performance
  • Work independently and as part of a team to complete projects efficiently and safely
  • Comply with all safety regulations and procedures to prevent accidents and injuries

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 5+ years of experience in industrial millwright work or a related trade
  • NCCER Certification is preferred.
  • Must be proficient in leveling with a 98 level, laser alignment, pipe stress, and compressor installation.
  • Must know how to use hydraulic torque equipment is a plus.
  • Proven ability to install, maintain, and repair industrial machinery and equipment
  • Strong mechanical aptitude and understanding of mechanical principles
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints and schematics
  • Familiarity with electrical and hydraulic systems
  • Proficiency in using hand tools, power tools, and specialized equipment
  • Excellent problem-solving and troubleshooting skills
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and demanding environment
  • Commitment to safety and adherence to safety regulations

BENEFITS

  • Competitive salary and benefits package
  • Opportunities for professional development and training
  • Stable and rewarding career in a growing industry
  • Chance to make a real impact on the success of industrial operations
  • Physical Demands:
  • The ability to lift and move heavy objects
  • The ability to work in a variety of environments, including confined spaces and areas with high noise levels
  • The ability to maintain balance and coordination while working on ladders, scaffolds, and other elevated surfaces
  • The ability to withstand prolonged periods of standing, walking, and bending
Job Ref: 12789
TECHNICIAN
United States
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SENIOR CONTRACT ENGINEER

SENIOR CONTRACT ENGINEER is required by our Client, an Oil and Gas contractor, to be assigned on a contract basis based in Maputo, Mozambique.

DURATION                         12 Months (Renewable)

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Reporting to the Director LNG Upstream

The Job holder participates to the processes of Contracts and Procurement activities for the EPC-CPI Contract by performing the following tasks:

  • Promote & comply with applicable safety instructions and other Company HSE procedures in all activities

  • Carry out work in compliance with Company values and policies, relevant laws and regulations, agreed Company priorities and objectives, Company standards and procedures and good industry practices

Contract Tender Phase

  • Administer the tendering process of new Call for Tenders (CFT) from prequalification to award.

  • Prepare the Call for Tender documentation and specific Tender and Tender Evaluation Procedures in line with Project and Company procedures,

  • Liaise with the relevant technical teams (DUET) to ensure that the technical requirements are adequately incorporated into the tender process and collaborate with various cross functional departments to ensure timely CFT preparation and readiness,

  • Manage, monitor, and control all required contractual process for CFT, ensure that all recommendations are made as per the best contractual and commercial terms,

  • Ensure Project team are kept up to date with tender progress and developments, obtain any necessary attendance at meetings and obtain all necessary approvals. Prepare clarification meetings with potential bidders during the various stages of CFT,

  • Actively report CFT progress and advise on potential delays, put forward suggestions for improvements in cost and schedule,

  • Validate Tenderer compliance with Bank Guarantee, Parent Company Guarantee requirements, Insurances and the like.

  • Evaluate contractual proposals and assist in evaluation of technical and commercial proposals where applicable.

  • Administer the Recommendation to Award Report. Prepare and participate to the contract committee.

  • Prepare final contract documents and obtain necessary validations for the execution of the contract.

  • Manage close out the Pre-contract phase (e.g., notification of unsuccessful Tenderers, storage of tender documentation and correspondence, …)

Post Award Contract Management

  • Ensure that the Contracts assigned are managed in accordance with the agreed contractual terms and conditions and that Company’s interests are always protected:

  • Administer contractual correspondence, change orders logs and filing,

  • Review requests for change orders and prepare / validate change order documents,

  • Manage Contractor claims, prepare counter claims, liaise with Project team & HQ as necessary,

  • Ensure all contractual certificates, guarantees and insurances required under the Contract are in place and received in due time,

  • Coordinate the processing of Contractor’s monthly applications for payment and verify invoice submissions,

  • Administer all contractual data necessary to be recorded in SAP (ERP system) for establishing commitments, their follow up and payments,

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATION
C&P competencies

  • Qualified Contracts engineer for the management of EPC/EPCI construction contracts, Very strong knowledge in construction law and proven experience in management of Oil & Gas project construction and installation contracts from pre-award to final account preferably on offshore / subsea packages 

  • Proficient in SAP ERP and various Microsoft Office software suite

  • Good command of English language

Qualification and background

  • Diploma: Master Construction Law, Business, Qualification in Engineering / Construction Science would be a plus

  • International Experience Required.

  • 10 years, practical, relevant, and progressive experience in preparation, negotiation, monitoring of EPC/EPCI construction technical contracts in offshore/marine Oil & Gas Projects.

  • Personal Abilities: Knowledge and understanding of contract processes in projects.

  • Good general knowledge and understanding of project control, commercial, legal and insurance matters, and “in depth” understanding where relevant to construction and supply contracts.

  • Very good understanding of different means of contractor remuneration and their commercial implications, practical experience of their use.

  • Good communication, organizational skills, capabilities to take workload & work under pressure, able to work in a multicultural and cross-functional environment

Job Ref: 12788
CONSTRUCTION
Mozambique
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ISBL Project Engineer

PROJECT ENGINEER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a residential basis  in Milan, Italy.  May relocate to  site during construction activities at engineering completion.
                       
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 

  • Responsible for the deliveries of the Milan office in coordination with the London
  • Focal point for technical issues/coordination between Milan and London engineering centres.
  • Liaise with Contractor’s Milan team, monitor its activities and report to Onshore Engineering Manager on the progress
  • Assist the Onshore Engineering Manager in the administration of the Milan office project team and provide technical oversight and coordination.
  • Ensure all Project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented.
  • Expedite the flow of technical information.
  • Understand contractual requirements and communicate to team.
  • Assist in the development of the detailed engineering schedule and monitor the progress.
  • Ensure engineering deliverable from Milan office are produced in accordance with Project Schedule.
  • Monitor quality of design work.
  • Prepare weekly and monthly reports of the activities

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.
  • Ten (10) or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Knowledge of LNG Projects, offshore pipeline systems, oil and gas facilities, construction activities, and subsea components comprising a subsea working system.
  • Ability to assimilate, organize and integrate information from numerous sources and communicate effectively with internal project and external teams, and stakeholders.
  • Excellent written and presentation skills with ability to explain technical matters to staff not conversant with the detailed technical area.
  • Able to manage time effectively, both own time and that of a team to achieve delivery of work against agreed schedules.
  • Self-starter with a strong delivery focus and good problem solving and analytical skills.
  • Experience of working on projects with multiple interfaces, with a global team, and with diverse cultures.
  • Proficient in English language.
Job Ref: 12781
ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
Italy
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Pre-commissioning Electrical Inspector

PRE-COMMISSIONING ELECTRICAL INSPECTOR required by our Client to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Mexico.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Quality Control Inspector plays a crucial role in ensuring the highest quality standards are met throughout the pre-commissioning and commissioning phases of projects. They are responsible for conducting thorough inspections, identifying, and addressing non-conformances, and maintaining accurate documentation.

  • Project Oversight:
    • Demonstrate good understanding of Brownfield and Greenfield projects.
    • Monitor pre-commissioning progress against project requirements.
    • Identify potential schedule delays and recommend mitigation actions.
    • Contribute to the sign-off process of pre-commissioning task sheets.
    • Interface and communicate effectively with construction teams to optimize schedules.
    • Ensure system Clients are assigned and that punching, hold, and witness points are consistently applied.
  • Inspection and Compliance:
    • Conduct thorough inspections of pre-commissioning and commissioning activities.
    • Verify compliance with company HSE procedures, standards, and project schedules.
    • Monitor the proper succession of pre-commissioning and commissioning sequences.
    • Follow established procedures for EasyPlant database preparation.
    • Verify pre-commissioning and commissioning files and corresponding dossiers.
    • Monitor progress of pre-commissioning activities and report findings.
  • Reporting and Documentation:
    • Submit weekly reports to superiors and prepare special reports as required.
    • Maintain accurate and comprehensive inspection records.
  • Collaboration and Support:
    • Assist commissioning teams with commissioning and handover activities.
    • Review generated reports and provide support and guidance as needed.
  • Additional Duties:
    • Carry out any other duties or tasks assigned by superiors.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 5 years of experience in quality control or inspection in Oil and Gas Industry.
  • Strong understanding of pre-commissioning and commissioning processes.
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Knowledge of relevant industry standards and regulations.
Job Ref: 12770
COMMISSIONING
Mexico
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Geotechnical Engineer

LEAD GEOTECHNICAL ENGINEER – OFFSHORE required by our Client within the Renewable Energy industry, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Boston, MA or fully remote.

POSITION SCOPE
 
This role sits within the Site Engineering Department of our Offshore Renewables business. The Lead Geotechnical Engineer is a critical role within the Offshore Renewables Business, focusing on the delivery of large-scale offshore wind projects in the US mainly, and supporting projects in Europe and other countries as needed.
 
Reporting to the US Engineering Management team, the Lead Geotechnical Engineer will be  responsible for implementing robust and cost-effective engineering strategies and plans, and will be responsible for tendering, negotiating, and managing multi-million-dollar offshore site investigation contracts. You will be responsible for leading site characterisation strategies using the data collected from offshore site investigations. You will also lead the geotechnical design activities for all projects in the offshore business, liaising with multiple other packages as required, and making recommendations for strategies to senior management whilst ensuring quality, best practices and excellent Health, Safety and Environmental standards are always applied. You will provide relevant ground engineering support to projects and the wider business stakeholders. 
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Act as principal technical contact within the offshore business in US for matters related to Ground Engineering.
  • Act as tender, project and program manager for large geotechnical site investigation and consultancy (including design) contracts ensuring high quality deliverables on time and within budget.
  • Provide advice and guidance on foundation selection, including design and analysis.
  • Provide advice for foundation and cable installation methodologies. This includes input into engineering and risk mitigation strategies.
  • Ensure compliance with industry best practice and awareness of latest developments in technology, including assessment of suitable of new technology to project pipeline.
  • Support the delivery of multi-contract packages within time and budget, observing the maximum respect for Health, Safety and the Environment and ensuring regulatory and  legal compliance. 
  • Support the certification process with independent verification bodies (where applicable) to reduce (geotechnical) design risk and enhance asset value.
  • Support relevant aspects of the transport and installation scopes 
  • Support the Development team on establishing robust business cases for future projects, identifying early ground risk, and developing site investigation and design strategies.
  • Ensure that ground conditions risk on all projects are identified and mitigated – making key engineering judgments, decisions and recommendations that will influence the nature of contracts.
  • Act as the Engineer of Record for the offshore business in the US.
  • Lead geotechnical joint industry innovation projects on behalf of the company
  • Ensure lessons learnt regarding offshore geotechnics/geophysics are captured, shared, and applied across the different projects

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Extensive knowledge and experience of leading the Ground Engineering elements (including design) of large-scale offshore structures.
  • Extensive knowledge and experience of planning, managing, and executing offshore site investigations for large scale projects.
  • Extensive experience designing and working in the offshore industry, preferably offshore wind.
  • Ability to work, manage teams and manage decision making processes under pressure and to tight deadlines and budget constraints.
  • Innovative and creative thinker
  • Excellent knowledge of industry codes and standards and offshore regulations.
  • Proven experience in delivery of large packages/projects, including procurement, contract management, program management, cost and risk control. 
  • Educated to degree level in a relevant engineering discipline with a higher-level degree (e.g., MSc.) desirable.
  • Good working knowledge of geophysical datasets and surveys and metocean datasets as they pertain to ground engineering and foundation design.
  • Extensive knowledge of offshore wind foundation design in at least two of the following types; monopile, jacket, gravity-based structures, suction-buckets.
  • Working knowledge of ILA load mapping and dynamic structural design and analysis.  

Minimum Criteria

  • Educated to degree level in a relevant engineering discipline (Master’s Degree)
  • Extensive knowledge and experience of leading the Ground Engineering elements (including design) of large-scale offshore structures.
  • Extensive knowledge and experience of planning, managing, and executing offshore site investigations for large scale projects.
  • Registered Professional Engineer in good standing within the United States.

 
 
 

Job Ref: 12768
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United States
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EPCI HSE MANAGER – EPCI TEAM, UPSTREAM

EPCI HSE MANAGER – EPCI TEAM, UPSTREAM required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Paris, France.

DURATION                       1 year Contract (Renewable)

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 

  • Provide project management and leadership of the HSE Team during all project phases.
  • Monitor, review and manage all facets of work within the HSE scope of work to ensure that schedule, cost / budget, technical, quality and HSES requirements are, as a minimum, met or improved upon. This shall include ensuring HSES plans, bridging documents and readiness reviews are in place and properly implemented.
  • Establish a HSE Team organisation (with organisation chart and mob / demob plan) matched to the relevant project phase and ensure that resources are identified, mobilized, and demobilized in accordance with the plan.
  • Ensure appropriate processes / ways of working and HAZID identification processes are established and implemented appropriate to the work activities being undertaken.
  • Define, monitor, and manage work tasks with external consultants and contractors as required.
  • Ensure that all HSE scope work activities are performed in compliance with project technical requirements and fit for purpose.
  • Provide leadership in identification and resolution of detailed HSE scope interface issues, in conjunction with managers / senior discipline engineers, in an efficient and cost-effective manner
  • Provide leadership in HSSE performance and compliance including monitoring of performance, implementation of corrective measures for performance issues and pro-active implementation of schemes / activities to improve upon good performance across EPCI scope work activities

ACCOUNTABILITIES
 

  • Management of HSE scope delivery and team during the project execution phase.
  • Safe and on time delivery of the HSE scope of work within the EPCI Contract whilst ensuring a high level of quality consistent with a project design life of 20 years.
  • Ensure compliance with Company HSE requirements within all work activities.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 

  • Min. 10 years’ experience in management of HSE within large scale EPCI contracts with offshore pipeline / SURF work scopes and proven team leadership / management experience. Minimum of 15 years relevant track record in HSE related to pipeline / SURF engineering, installation, and pre-commissioning activities.
  • Experienced HSE manager able to assess and constructively challenge contractor HSE performance and assist contractor to arrive to best for project outcomes.
  • Fluency in the English language and capable to represent the project in front of all stakeholders in a professional and organized manner.
  • Tertiary qualification or equivalent is required with sciences or engineering specialism preferred.
Job Ref: 12767
CONSTRUCTION
France
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Senior Electrical Engineer

SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEER is required by our Client, an Oil and Gas operator, to be assigned on a contract basis, in HBNS, Algeria.

DURATION                              1 year renewable
ROTATION                               28 Days On x 28 Days Off

 
POSITION SCOPE

Reporting to the Head of Maintenance Division, the Senior Electrical Engineer has responsibility to provide expert electrical engineering analysis and recommendations for all matters regarding electrical maintenance, fault finding and compliance. Will assist in activities and statutory planned and unplanned shutdown works within the central processing facility.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 

  • Site wide support on all electrical systems.
  • Review, develop and incorporate maintenance procedures for all electrical systems.
  • Develop electrical preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Assist in electrical maintenance, fault finding.
  • Assist in shutdown execution works.
  • Review electrical projects and commissioning.
  • Cataloguing of new electrical items into CMMS
  • Perform Technical bid evaluations for electrical equipment and components offered by external vendors during GB procurement process.
  • Maintenance representative electrical, working with 3rd party auditors to ensure that the facility complies with International Best Practice in terms of codes and standards as directed by Algerian Government.
  • Mentoring, assessment, training and developing the competence of electrical technicians through on-the-job training, classroom lessons, coaching, assessment, and feedback.
  • Maintaining technical competence and compliance to GB procedures and HSE standards.
  • Develop maintenance procedures for installed and commissioned process control systems.
  • Provides electrical engineering expertise plus consultation and technical guidance to maintenance teams and contractors.
  • Ensure compliance to specifications and documentation of site engineering changes under management of change.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATION

  • Engineering Degree or equivalent in Electrical Engineering
  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in the maintenance of Electrical equipment within oil and gas production facilities.
  • Experience working on similar operated producing projects
  • Previous rotational and international working environment experience preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to work in a team of technical staff, to work with the maintenance department management of an organization, and to manage multiple concurrent projects
  • Detailed understanding of ATEX management
  • Experience of working on both LV and HV switching
  • Current knowledge of international electrical standards
Job Ref: 12766
ENGINEERS
Algeria
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Mechanical Engineer

MECHANICAL ENGINEER is required by our Client, an Oil and Gas operator, to be assigned on a contract basis, based in HBNS, Algeria.

DURATION                              1 year Renewable
ROTATION                               28 Days On x 28 Days Off

 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Responsible for technical contribution and oversite to the preventative and corrective maintenance activities for the central production facility to ensure long-term reliability of rotating and static equipment. 
  • Monitors and tracks contractor activities during the maintenance of static and rotating equipment and machinery.
  • Identifies reliability and availability issues and creates plans to improve in these areas.
  • Reviews vibration monitoring and MMS system information for major rotating equipment, recommends corrective actions and long-term improvements.
  • Assists in shutdown and major maintenance preparation activities related to mechanical maintenance.
  • Provides support to the maintenance mechanical services and engineering discipline and provides technical leadership for the development and implementation of preventative maintenance programs for all types of industrial mechanical and rotating systems and equipment such as compressors, turbines, and pumps.  This includes the review and planning to ensure spare parts availability.
  • Provides input, support & approval into the design / engineering, procurement, manufacturing, construction, inspection & testing, installation, commissioning & start-up of the company’s facilities.
  • Mentoring and development of more junior members of the team.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATION

  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent in Mechanical Engineering required
  • Minimum 10 years of experience in the engineering and/or construction of large petrochemical, oil and/or gas production facilities.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of preventative and predictive maintenance of industrial mechanical and rotating systems and equipment.
  • Ability to use and interpret reports from all precision-measuring devices and perform precision-alignment on multiple equipment types. Experience reading, interpreting, and maintaining mechanical drawings, MFDs, PFDs, P&IDs, and other complex diagrams.
  • In-depth knowledge of plant maintenance procedures and equipment diagnostics.
  • Prefer to have experience of a wide range of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) techniques plus experience of Commissioning systems and pre-commissioning oversight.
Job Ref: 12765
ENGINEERS
Algeria
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ENGINEERING INTERFACE MANAGER

ENGINEERING INTERFACE MANAGER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in Milan, Italy.

DIVISION            E&P
DURATION         1 year contract with possible extensions.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage the Engineering Interface organization of around 3 FTE on Company’s side.
  • Manage internal Upstream-Downstream engineering interfaces.
  • Manage external engineering interfaces (e.g. ExxonMobil, ENI & others).
  • Lead the engineering interfaces ensuring appropriate engineering resources are tasked with deliverable production to ensure agreements with other parties are upheld/agreed.
  • Actively participate and lead regular interface meetings.
  • Prepare and monitor interface management procedures and ensure that the interface agreement process is appropriate, well established and maintained.
  • Plan the interface work based upon the interfaces already identified and assigned to support department objectives.
  • Ensure that interfaces are formally closed and approved by all parties before the design is frozen.
  • Ensure that interfaces are executed and completed in accordance with project objectives.
  • Monitor, update and record revision and status of interfaces.
  • Maintain and update the interface register.
  • Deal with construction interface considerations and potential problems ensuring efficient operations.
  • Support Lesson Learned and resolve issues between different projects/assets and coordinate reporting trend analysis of project/incidents that have relevance to operations.
  • Review the engineering deliverables and coordinates with other disciplines to ensure adherence to interface agreements.
  • Monitor and control of Subsea Interface Milestones ensuring Engineering Data Transfer to Onshore Engineering.
  • Control the process of interface identification and definition of technical and execution interfaces.
  • Assist in providing the project with all information related to the interface agreement needed by the requesting parties.
  • Ensure all pending issues and IAs are cleared and closed out.
  • Lead Audits on Contractor interface process.
  • Prepare weekly and monthly reports of the activities.

ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Coordination of engineering, design information, work tasks and scheduling of interfaces related to the Onshore Engineering Project Team office.
  • Ensure implementation of interface agreements with both internal (e.g. Upstream) and external stakeholders (e.g. other partners).
  • Lead the Engineering Interface team in the overall Engineering organization.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.
  • Registration as a Charted Engineer, PE or equivalent preferred
  • Proficient in English language.
  • Ten (10) or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Knowledge of LNG Projects, offshore pipeline systems, oil and gas facilities, construction activities, and subsea components comprising a subsea working system.
  • Ability to assimilate, organize and integrate information from numerous sources and communicate effectively with internal project and external teams and stakeholders.
Job Ref: 12761
CONSTRUCTION
Italy
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Inter Array Cable Transportation & Installation Manager

INTER ARRAY CABLE (IAC) INSTALLATION MANAGER required by our Client in the Renewable Sector on a contract basis, to be based in Bridgeport, CT (preferred) or Boston, MA.

POSITION SCOPE

We are looking for an experienced and results-oriented IAC Installation Manager to oversee the technical activities and supervision related to the Transportation and Installation (T&I) of IACs for our offshore wind project.

You will play a key role in developing key documents, supporting the procurement process, managing contractors, and coordinating offshore installation works. You will report to the IAC Package Manager and collaborate closely with the project team.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Engineering:

  • Develop and implement T&I engineering plans and manage necessary resources.

  • Lead the development and implementation of the Installation Management Plan.

  • Oversee FEED works including preliminary cable route design, CBRA, interface engineering, and seabed management plan.

  • Manage and approve contractor’s installation engineering activities.

  • Define the work package survey strategy and manage all required surveys.

  • Prepare T&I elements for consent documents.

  • Develop a cable replacement/repair strategy and methodology.

  • Manage the CVA approval process for Cable System and T&I.

Procurement:

  • Assess technical compliance of bids, including preparing technical documentation for ITT and EPCI packages.

  • Evaluate T&I solutions for compliance with consents and program of work.

  • Analyze weather and vessel details, conduct trenching risk assessments, and prepare ITEO with reviewers.

Project Management:

  • Support implementation and maintenance of the IAC Project Execution Plan.

  • Provide input into Cable System Risk Management plan.

  • Develop and manage resourcing plans for offshore management and employer representatives.

  • Coordinate package-specific interface tasks for installation.

Installation:

  • Review, approve, and manage changes to contractor’s procedures and studies.

  • Liaise and manage the Marine Warranty Surveyor.

  • Manage and coordinate daily offshore works.

  • Implement and monitor the Vessel Assurance process.

  • Approve as-installed records and monitor progress against program.

  • Support the quality manager with T&I-related Non-Conformance Reports.

  • Manage EPCI contractor’s T&I works and deliverables.

Consents:

  • Coordinate the preparation of package consent deliverables.

  • Provide technical assistance to the consenting team for meeting project consent conditions.

Knowledge Transfer:

  • Share lessons learned from and to other projects.

Other:

  • Willingness to travel up to 15%, including some international travel.

  • Willingness to go offshore for up to 2 weeks during IAC installation.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in relevant engineering discipline or equivalent experience.

  • 5+ years of proven experience as a Project Engineer / Installation Manager / Installation Engineer or similar role. Proven experience in T&I of offshore cables.

  • Strong technical background in offshore cable installation.

  • Keen eye for detail and results-driven approach.

  • Outstanding communication, organizational, and leadership skills.

  • Proficient in MS Office.

  • In-depth understanding of quality control procedures and relevant project standards.
  • Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from PMI (Desirable).​​​​​​​
Job Ref: 12753
MANAGEMENT
United States
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Completions Database Reporting Officer

COMPLETIONS DATABASE REPORTING OFFICER required by our Client on a contract basis.

POSITION SCOPE

Manage the EasyPlant completion database and oversee pre-commissioning/commissioning activities. Key duties will involve:

  • Monitoring and maintaining the EasyPlant database. This include understanding its architecture, extracting data, generating reports, and ensuring data availability for the Client.

  • Managing the completion database: You’ll supervise pre-commissioning/commissioning data updates, control punch items, and guarantee data quality through workflow adherence.

  • Providing guidance and training: You’ll advise on EasyPlant system access and training needs for both the Contractor and Company.

  • Auditing and reviewing: You’ll assess the work of Contractors and assist in ensuring project completeness at various stages.

  • Establishing reporting tools: You’ll develop progress reporting tools for pre-commissioning/commissioning phases and provide initial gap analysis.

  • Overseeing dossier development: You’ll monitor the creation, preparation, and follow-up of relevant project dossiers.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Oversee EasyPlant Database:

  • Monitor all aspects of the EasyPlant database.

  • Possess in-depth knowledge of EasyPlant architecture, hardware, software, and communication tools.

  • Access setup parameters, monitor updates, extract data, and generate reports.

Manage Completion Database:

  • Supervise and manage the completion database, with a focus on pre-commissioning and commissioning stages.

  • Oversee the management of punch items within the database, ensuring quality control and adherence to punch management workflows.

  • Ensure constant availability of EasyPlant data to the Client.

Provide Guidance and Training:

  • Advise the CONTRACTOR and COMPANY regarding resources and training needed for accessing and utilizing the EasyPlant system.

  • Administer the EasyPlant scope of work.

Audit and Review:

  • Audit the content of the CONTRACTOR and other Contractor’s work within the database.

  • Assist in review processes to guarantee “completeness” at various project stages.

Establish Reporting Tools:

  • Develop specific pre-commissioning and commissioning progress reporting tools and indicators aligned with Commissioning Management requirements.

  • Provide first-level analysis of main gaps.

Oversee Dossier Development:

  • Monitor the development, preparation, and follow-up of pre-commissioning, commissioning, and TRANSFER Dossiers.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Extensive EasyPlant Experience: Minimum of 3 years working with EasyPlant on projects similar in scope to the Project.

  • Proven Oil & Gas Expertise: Over 10 years of overall experience in the Oil & Gas industry.

Job Ref: 12751
COMMISSIONING
Mexico
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Business Development Manager

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE

POSITION SCOPE

The Business Development Executive will report to the Director- Integrated Solutions and will be accountable for the complete business development life cycle from lead generations through to contractual negotiation and closing.  This will involve building and maintaining relationships with our strategic partners and clients, developing new opportunities within the designated market, and participate to estimating and the preparation of large tenders within the various divisions of the Direction.
           
Your mission  

Securing contracts and developing significant leads for the business units within the Resources Direction
Increasing brand awareness for COMSIP/MENTOR/Training divisions
Identify projects where training and resourcing division can position themselves strategically
Listen to the market and identify how we can evolve/optimize our solutions proposition to Clients
The candidate will report to the Resources Director directly
But also will have a supporting role to all the business units within the Resources Direction
The position is based in the UK (70% UK 30% other)
The position will involve travel at least 60% of the time internationally (Americas through APAC)
           
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT    

The development of an annual market and business development plan
In accordance with the company's commercial strategy, identify and prospect new markets (customer, country, activity/discipline)
Developing new and maintaining existing trusted relationships with existing and new customers
Assist in developing commercial strategy for Direction
Work with international business units (Mentor US/UK/APAC) in client relationships
Updating and reporting on opportunities on a monthly basis 

MANAGING TENDERS

Lead and/or support preparation and coordination of large tenders
Planning, preparation and delivery of tenders, bids and proposals for new business in line with business requirements. 
Define the offer delivery strategy (commercial, financial, partnership)
Provide solutions adapted to customer expectations (payroll management, placement, technical assistance)
Respond to referral requests (Clients and Projects) or prequalification's

CONTRACTS COORDINATION
           
Secure annual contracts for the Resources Direction (objectives to be mutually agreed)
Establishment of contracts and commercial arrangements that best represent the interests of the business
Work in unison with other members of the team to develop sales plans, help identify opportunities and win business
With the legal department:
Analyse contractual, financial and tax risks in international business (creation of structure, taxation, contract, etc.)
Guarantee compliance with international legislation by the Company, with each new case

MARKETING    

Lead marketing initiatives in relation with the communication department
Develop Newsletters
Lead Online Strategy
Explore and execute marketing channels Direction can use to develop brand presence
Manage Direction websites
Planning and execution of promotional activities and events. 

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS       

Senior – Minimum 7 years working in a client interfacing capacity
Strong knowledge/understanding of the oil and gas services/solutions market
Strong knowledge/understanding of commercial strategy
Experience working within the Energy Industry (5+ years) Renewable energy and Oil and gas
Experience working in an international context – engaging with and developing client relationships in different cultural settings
Excellent knowledge of the UK Marketplace and strong comprehension/experience within the global context (APAC and Americas)

Skills:
           
Ideal personality – will be: Flexible
Results driven / business oriented
Source of proposals in developing business plans
Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Powerpoint, Excel, Word)
Very strong relationship building skills
Ability to Undertake / Manage the business development cycle from lead generation to contractual finalization.
Ability to work independently and proactively
Fluent English a MUST, second language of French and/or Spanish, a plus.
Creative Thinker – Out the box
Strong Team Player
Strong commercial acumen, negotiation
 

Job Ref: 12747
EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT
United Kingdom
Permanent
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Process Engineer

PROCESS ENGINEER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Algeria.

DURATION           12 months on-going
ROTATION           
28 Days On x 28 Days Off

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • The Process engineer is responsible for safely delivering projects in compliance with design basis, budget and schedule. 
  • Projects are executed in compliance with existing Algerian process risk management guidelines.
  • Execute Process Engineering work for Safety, Operability and Maintenance Projects.
  • Execute Process Engineering work for Major Engineering Projects.
  • Conducting feasibility studies and developing design bases in support of new project development.
  • Support Operational Support Engineer Activities which require regular liaison with production & maintenance, and proposing and reviewing solutions to operational problems.  It is expected that the successful candidate will be a regular visitor to the offshore production facility.
  • Process system performance monitoring and proactive intervention to correct and/or enhance.
  • Participate in Process Design Reviews and Hazard Reviews.
  • Conduct project safety and startup reviews.
  • Mentor Process Engineering Interns within Algeria Department.
  • Be capable to handle complete delegation from Technical Authority Process, Operations Support Engineer etc.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

  • BSc. (Hons) or equivalent in Chemical Engineering.
  • Minimum of 15 years process engineering industry experience in Oil and Gas Projects.
  • Candidates required a technical background in Process Engineering discipline with standalone abilities in Engineering execution, preparing scopes of work and deliverables.
  • Experience in the whole project lifecycle; planning, design & execution
  • Proven project management skills
  • Proven experience in a culturally diverse operation – ideally having worked for an IOC Operator in a Joint Venture with NOC(s)
  • Good presentation, communication and written skills. Logic thinking and analytical skills.
  • French and/or Arabic language skills are an advantage.
Job Ref: 12741
ENGINEERS
Algeria
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Business Development Consultant – Americas

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENR CONSULTANT required to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Houston, Texas.

INDUSTRY SECTORS
Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas, Power, Infrastructure  

THE COMPANY

This is an outstanding opportunity to join the VINCI group that is present in over 100 countries with office locations located in the UK, USA, Asia, and Australia which provide an excellent platform for our clients to successfully develop and execute Oil and Gas, Renewable Energies, and large-scale infrastructure projects.    
   
In 2014 Mentor IMC Group was acquired by VINCI Energies (part of the Vinci Group). With 64,000 employees and revenue of €13 billion, VINCI Energies is a European market leader in energy and information technology services. VINCI (vinci.com) is a global player in concessions and construction, employing close to 194,000 people in some 100 countries  
   
Mentor IMC Group offers more than 30 years of specialist experience in the oil & gas, renewable energies, and major infrastructure industries by providing experienced project management and technical specialists to the world’s leading companies. We assist our clients to implement and execute major projects.  

 
POSITION SCOPE

The primary objective of the Sales/Business Development Consultant will be to assist in the business development and sales of Project related Resource Services encompassing: (Project Management, Engineering, Design, Construction, Commissioning, Operation and Maintenance).

We are looking for candidates who are highly motivated, driven and have the ambition to succeed in a dynamic organisation that promotes independence, responsibility, and empowerment.     

With excellent mentoring in an open and non-hierarchical environment, we expect your career to flourish, with opportunities to grow within the group both nationally and internationally    
    
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop and cultivate in-depth and robust relationships with key decision makers and stakeholders within the company’s current and future clients in the region
  • Nurture and protect client relationships and ensure that the companies’ interests are always best served and ensure that a maximum conversion of these relationships into contractual sales or gaining status as a ‘preferred supplier’ is achieved or maintained
  • Carry out high level and varied business development activities with Mentor IMC’s clients which includes attending client meetings, promoting the companies range of services, and engaging in all matter of relationship building opportunities.
  • Represent and promote the company at any client-facing events and ensure that the company is invited to and represented at any current or future tendering opportunities.
  • Support internal colleagues in the supply of relevant technical engineering CVs and champion the cause of each contractor supplied by company to the client
  • Network and information gather on current and future projects in the region and report this information to the relevant colleagues within the company
  • Act as a mediator, a diplomat, a technical advisor and facilitator of all contractor or client related problem solving.
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
  • Degree Qualified
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in the Renewable Energies/Oil and Gas Market
  • Experience in Project resourcing for major projects
  • Experience in Tendering /Bid Management for Global organisations
  • Working knowledge of contract preparation, basic financial analysis.
  • Strong written, verbal communication and presentation skills.
  • Self-starter and entrepreneurial
Job Ref: 12718
MANAGEMENT
United States
Permanent
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Engineering Interface manager

ENGINEERING INTERFACE MANAGER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas operator, to be assigned on a contract basis, located in Milan, Italy

DURATION                   12 months on-going

POSITION SCOPE
 

  • Onshore facilities include 2 trains total of 13 MTPA LNG, Utilities, Marine Facilities, Site Infrastructure and Resettlement Village.
  • The Engineering Interface Manager is responsible for leading the LNG project Engineering Interface team. The position is required to manage internal and external engineering interfaces and technical development of the Project.
  • The Engineering Interface Manager will manage an organization of approximately 3 personnel.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 

  • Manage the Engineering Interface organization of around 3 FTE on Company’s side.
  • Manage internal Upstream-Downstream engineering interfaces.
  • Manage external engineering interfaces (e.g. ExxonMobil, ENI & others).
  • Lead the engineering interfaces ensuring appropriate engineering resources are tasked with deliverable production to ensure agreements with other parties are upheld/agreed.
  • Actively participate and lead regular interface meetings.
  • Prepare and monitor interface management procedures and ensure that the interface agreement process is appropriate, well established and maintained.
  • Plan the interface work based upon the interfaces already identified and assigned to support department objectives.
  • Ensure that interfaces are formally closed and approved by all parties before the design is frozen.
  • Ensure that interfaces are executed and completed in accordance with project objectives.
  • Monitor, update and record revision and status of interfaces.
  • Maintain and update the interface register.
  • Deal with construction interface considerations and potential problems ensuring efficient operations.
  • Support Lesson Learned and resolved issues between different projects/assets and coordinate reporting trend analysis of project/incidents that have relevance to operations.
  • Review the engineering deliverables and coordinates with other disciplines to ensure adherence to interface agreements.
  • Monitor and control of Subsea Interface Milestones ensuring Engineering Data Transfer to Onshore Engineering.
  • Control the process of interface identification and definition of technical and execution interfaces.
  • Assist in providing the project with all information related to the interface agreement needed by the requesting parties.
  • Ensure all pending issues and IAs are cleared and closed out.
  • Lead Audits on Contractor interface process.
  • Prepare weekly and monthly reports of the activities.

CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT
 

  • Based in Milan during Engineering phase, with added responsibility for London Engineering centre.
  • May relocate to Site during Construction activities at Engineering completion or provide remote support from home office.

ACCOUNTABILITIES
 

  • Coordination of engineering, design information, work tasks and scheduling of interfaces related to the Onshore Engineering Project Team office.
  • Ensure implementation of interface agreements with both internal (e.g. Upstream) and external stakeholders (e.g. other partners).
  • Lead the Engineering Interface team in the overall Engineering organization.

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE
 

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.
  • Registration as a Charted Engineer, PE or equivalent preferred
  • Proficient in English language.
  • Ten (10) or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Knowledge of LNG Projects, offshore pipeline systems, oil and gas facilities, construction activities, and subsea components comprising a subsea working system.
  • Ability to assimilate, organize and integrate information from numerous sources and communicate effectively with internal project and external teams and stakeholders.
Job Ref: 12572
ENGINEERS
Italy
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Civil Marine Engineer

CIVIL MARINE ENGINEER required by our Client, an International Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Milan, Italy.

DURATION           12 months, renewable

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 

  • Work in the Civil Marine Engineering organization of around 4 FTE on Company’s side and interface with around 260 FTE on Contractor’s side.
  • Assure the Civil Marine discipline issuance, review, and approval of around 2,000 technical documents.
  • Implement engineering specifications and provide quality assurance in the procurement of materials, equipment and services to ensure conformity with sound engineering practice and cost effectiveness.
  • Ensure all Project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented. Ensure HSE is emphasized throughout all Civil Marine design activities. Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.
  • Perform the review of Marine Structures detailed engineering works including slope protections, Jetty, Material Offloading Facility, Temporary Beach Landing and other marine facilities.
  • Support with technical expertise for Dredging and for disposal relocation.
  • Ensure Security and shore protection interfaces gets incorporated into the design and follow up during construction and provide support for all site structures including marine and topsides.
  • Interface with Contractor Marine Engineering site team to ensure coordination of efforts and that all necessary issues are addressed.
  • Identify opportunities and risks (and their mitigations) for Civil Marine design related operating issues. Work with Process Safety to ensure all appropriate safeguards and mitigations are in place to provide a safe working environment for Operations.
  • Coordination of Contractor planning and execution activities, with focus on Marine Infrastructures engineering activities.
  • Assist the Civil Marine Lead Engineer in ensuring the Marine Discipline technical portions of the EPC contract is adhered to during execution.
  • During site activities, avoid Contractor stand-by / delay by answering quickly to site queries and unexpected technical site problems, oversee rectification of punch list items, and completion of on-site tests, and oversee erection of all discipline-related equipment.

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE
 

  • Degree in Civil Engineering discipline or equivalent.
  • Ten (10) or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Sound understanding of applicable regulatory requirements in international settings.
  • Supervisory experience related to plant and project engineering with increasing size and responsibility.
  • Extensive knowledge of standard engineering methods, technologies, and computerized design techniques.
  • Must have recent experience working on the design of Marine Infrastructures such as Ports, Jetty and Material offloading facilities.
  • Master/Specializations in Marine Infrastructures is preferred.
Job Ref: 12564
ENGINEERS
Italy
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Emergency Response Coordinator

EMERGENCY RESPONSE COORDINATOR  required by our client within oil and gas industry (OPERATOR), to be assigned on a contract basis, located in Mozambique.

DURATION              (12 months renewable)
ROTATION               28 days ON x 28 days OFF 

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Inspire safety commitment in Client and EPC Contractor teams via deep knowledge of HSE and leadership by example.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant HSE requirements across works to promote a healthy and safe work environment.
  • Support the site Director in the overall Afungi site management and be a member of the site Emergency Management Team.
  • Develop a team spirit, foster teamwork, and build trust within the team. Encourage suitable personal and professional development.
  • Provide positive Emergency Response (ER) leadership and promote the adoption of Emergency Response best practice ensuring compliance with COMPANY Policy and Mozambique Emergency Response, health and safety legislation
  • Act as the Emergency Response Coordinator during emergency response incidents, exercises and drills
  • Formulation, development and implementation of COMPANY Emergency Response systems and associated documentation
  • Review Contractors documentation against COMPANY standards and provide required interface
  • Provide ongoing monitoring of the effectiveness of ER plans, procedures and standards and identify opportunities for improvement
  • Maintain induction and training material to provide staff with details of their roles and responsibilities for emergency preparedness
  • Maintain records of ER related trainings and competency of personnel likely to be tasked with ER duties
  • Collate and organize information that may be required during an emergency to ensure its availability if required during an exercise or actual incident
  • Maintain and distribute ER duty rota to relevant personnel
  • Ensure post incident reviews are carried out to ensure identification of opportunities for continual improve to systems, process and practices are taken
  • Facilitate and participate in ER audits, inspections and investigations
  • Develop and deliver training and exercises for the emergency response teams
  • Support the Crisis Management / ER Manager in sustaining and improving business continuity/incident management plans
  • Ensure operational readiness of all site emergency response equipment
  • Provide site management with on-site assurance against all contractor ER activities
  • Develop activity plans and progress monitoring for activities related to ER maintenance and assurance
  • Promptly notify the CEM (Critical Event Management) Manager in Maputo of emergency response incidents in line with COMPANY procedures, where appropriate be involved in incident investigations
  • Continually evaluate the ER strategy (firefighting, oil spill, …) to reflect changes in facilities and capability

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Advisable to be ICS 300/320 – ICS for Expanding Incidents trained. Experience in Emergency Response development.
  • Ability to manage contractor’s compliance with applicable requirements.
  • Ability to work in fast paced environments with autonomy and ability to communicate to and engage with stakeholders
  • Strong HSE culture and safety leadership, effective communication and leadership skills with the ability to influence critical decisions.
  • Strong English written and verbal communication skills required. Portuguese or French is advantageous
Job Ref: 12528
QUALITY, HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT
Mozambique
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