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WTG Fabrication Supervisor – Nacelle

WTG Fabrication Supervisor

 

Denmark

 

A leading renewables client is looking for a fabrication supervisor to oversee nacelle construction at the supplier’s base in Esbjerg, Denmark

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Monitor/supervise/inspect nacelle completion activities (nacelle backend, generator, hub)
  • Participate in the supplier's inspection and test activities
  • Follow-up on manufacturing progress
  • Report non-conformities and observations.

 

Tasks

 

  • Monitor production activities and production documentation as spot checks
  • Monitor product quality and participate in FAI/FAT activities
  • Report non-conformities detected during inspection and test and manufacturing
  • Report relevant quality issues
  • Follow-up on condition and maintenance at supplier's storage area
  • Follow-up on manufacturing progress according to agreed project manufacturing schedule
  • Support in coordination, installation and random check of Employer’s Deliveries
  • Keep track of trend concerning repeated non-conformities and manufacturing errors and follow-up with the supplier concerning corrective and preventive actions
  • Verify quality criteria applied by the supplier in manufacturing
  • Documentation of daily work and inspections to WTG Fabrication & Quality Manager
  • Prioritise participation in inspection and test activities for different components according to failure trends and criticality of failures
  • Review quality related as-built documentation
  • Highlight HSE related issues where relevant

 

Deliverables

  • Inspection and manufacturing reports
  • Non-conformity (Synergi) reports

 

Requirements:

 

Qualifications

 

  • Technical education relevant for the subject matter
  • All relevant safety trainings needed to perform the job, e.g. GWO, L_AUS
  • Recommended 3 years of work experience within wind and/or manufacturing
  • Recommended 1 year of experience from similar position

 

Language skills

 

  • Good English and Danish skills in writing and speaking

 

If you are Fabrication Supervisor with renewables experience living in Denmark, please don’t hesitate to apply now.

 

Job Ref: 10288
CONSTRUCTION
Esbjerg
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Control Engineer 400kV

Control Engineer 400kV

 

Grimsby, UK

 

  • Planning of all switching activities on sites, both offshore and onshore activities
  • Monitoring and reporting in the SCADA-system
  • Managing and controlling a complete log of all activities on site including all switching activities
  • Controlling the safety documents for the Electrical Safety Rules on site
  • Controlling and managing all HV- and LV-electrical operations on site
  • Define safety procedures for electrical matters
  • Advise operationally on high voltage electrical installations to WTG, offshore substations and both HV-submarine and onshore-cables.
  • Oversee safe commissioning of grid connections, onshore substations and associated MV/HV/LV plant and equipment
  • Oversee all MV/HV/LV electrical operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the HV network
  • Following the Code Compliance in the relevant Country
  • QA on the different ISO requirements in the project
  • Reviewing the high voltage scope of work
  • Develop reference documentations and processes
  • Knowledge and experience with country specific standards
  • Knowledge of 50Hz and 60Hz standards for the electrical equipment

 

Roles/ Responsibilities

 

  • Ensure compliancy with and managing of Electrical Safety Rules
  • Participation in safety coordination around electrical operations
  • Coordinate with the Lead Commissioning Project Manager to ensure that accurate updates are distributed to the Project Management
  • Manage and coordinate HV/MV/LV commissioning activities
  • Coordinate with National Grid and attend commissioning panel meetings
  • Outage management and network control
  • Prepare and check high voltage switching schedules
  • Check method statements for electrical matters
  • Implement and provide training programmes for relevant staff according to the rules
  • Provide technical and engineering advice to working parties for electrical matters
  • Coordinate MV/HV/LV commissioning activities through the project construction stages
  • Participation in On Calls and Out Calls regarding all activities on the electrical equipment on the site
  • Planning and responsible for outages on the site both offshore and offshore activities
  • Support commissioning and start-up activities for any components and systems

 

Key deliverables

 

  • Managing all electrical operations on site via the Control Log
  • Control all high voltage switching activities both offshore and onshore
  • Monitoring and acceptance of all LV Switching activities on site
  • In charge of all switching programs
  • Planning of outages of the windfarm together with the Project Commissioning Team
  • Implementation of the Electrical Safety Rules on site, including the safe system of work.
  • Always keep and provide safety from the systems
  • Complete overview of all electrical operations on site
  • Control of resources and work activities
  • Perform communication of complex technical and commercial issues

 

Requirements:

 

 

  • Several years of operation and commissioning experience within the field of high voltage electricity, offshore experience preferable
  • Appropriate electrical qualification and background related to the authorization scope.
  • Full GWOs inc. HUET and CA-EBS, OGUK medical & Chester Step
  • Approved Medical attest and Chester step
  • Flexible hours depending on daily tasks.
  • Standard PPE, Boots and tools.

If you are a Control Engineer looking for a new contract please don't hesitate to apply now

Job Ref: 10287
COMMISSIONING
Contract
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ISBL Construction Superintendent

ISBL CONSTRUCTION SUPERINTENDENT (ONSHORE EPC) required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique. Rotation 28/28

Duration: 12 months

POSITION SCOPE

 

The position is for an ISBL Construction Superintendent leading and supporting the execution of the LNG ISBL works, inclusive of a variety of disciplines, typically – early works, land survey, civil, underground services, roads, buildings, infrastructure, interconnects, piping, Static & rotating equipment, structural steel and piping etc. The role requires demonstrable safety leadership that sets a high benchmark to be sustained throughout the project. Reporting to the Onshore LNG ISBL Project Manager, the Construction Superintendent is responsible for the interface coordination and construction management of the activities to support the planned sequence of work packages.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

The successful candidate will have a minimum of ten (10) or more years’ experience in the construction of civil, structural, mechanical, piping and electrical works as described above and also throughout LNG, Oil and Gas and/or Petrochemical facilities.

 

Specific experience and expertise in the following areas is required:

  • Minimum 10 years’ experience in greenfield early works infrastructure, design, and execution phases of O&G Major Capital Projects.
  • Previous experience in a similar role(s) on a large-scale project(s) with a history of demonstrable safety leadership,
  • Strong culture in HSE values and safety leadership
  • An excellent understanding of financial controls, budgets, project schedules
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Interface Management plans, processes, tools, and execution.
  • Excellent organization, communication, co-ordination, planning and reporting skills.
  • Proven ability to manage and influence team members and develop an effective culture through mutual respect and commitment
  • Foster teamwork and build trust internally and externally with all key stakeholders
  • Effective communication and leadership skills with the ability to influence critical decision agreements regarding safety, schedule, and cost
  • Recognize diversity of opinions and the varied approaches to achieving the Project objectives
  • Ability to schedule priorities and multi-task within the contract packages
  • Knowledge of appropriate codes, standards and good construction and engineering practices specifically within the oil and gas construction industry
  • Advanced computer skills for MS office, Adobe, and Database software applications
  • Knowledge of project completions and commissioning interfaces would be advantageous.

Service Location & Schedule

SERVICES to be performed either on-site at Afungi (Northern Mozambique, province of Cabo Delgado)

Tentative SERVICES start date: Immediate

Services schedule:

If Afungi based: rotational working minimum 12 hours a day 28 days on / 28 days off, working 180 days in a year (or otherwise instructed by COMPANY)

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS  

 

  • Safety leadership of EPC contractors to achieve best in class safety performance in the field
  • Support and assure the project HSSE and Quality Assurance objectives are being followed
  • Develop strong working relationships with upstream and downstream EPC Contractor interface management teams
  • Assist LNG Project Manager’s as required in the management of the overall Construction program and key interface deliverables
  • Identify interface areas and associated stakeholders, including engineering, expediting and construction package coordination
  • Confirm roles and responsibilities for each EPC Contractors to limit interface conflict
  • Apply and implement management systems & practices, to enhance the flow of information and data across project delivery teams, functional groups, and external contractors.
  • Provide guidance to the stakeholder & EPC teams site activities, risks, and opportunities
  • Liaise with EPC Contractor disciplines, through Project Engineers, to identify all internal/external interfaces points to be managed
  • Coordinate and review Contractor Management Plans and documents.
  • Monitoring the effectiveness of the EPC Contractor’s management processes
  • Attend necessary construction planning meetings to ensure a proper follow-up of the issues and resolutions.
  • Develop registers/trackers to ensure the responsible parties are identified
  • Escalate any issues to Contractor’s management team and Company that cannot be resolved
  • Focal point for Project interfaces that engage Client Operations Teams
  • Communicate lessons learned and implement continuous improvements where possible
  • Always adhere to the Company Business Principles under Conduct, Our People, Society and HSSE and to participate in relevant training as required.
  • Report incidents and near misses immediately,
  • Comply with a duty of care to ensure that safe practice is always adhered to. 
  • In addition to any specific accountability for HSSE, be accountable for ensuring that they adopt exemplary safe behaviors,

 

 

Job Ref: 10286
CONSTRUCTION
Houston, Tx
Contract
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Senior Authorised Person 230kV

SENIOR AUTHORISED PERSON (SAP) 

SINGAPORE

We are looking for a Senior Authorised Person to work with a leading renewables client, working out of a yard in Singapore and then transitioning to the site in late 2021. 

ROLE

  • Responsible for electrical issues accordingly to the affected Country's legislation and regulations
  • Implementation of the Electrical Safety Rules on site, including the safe system of work
  • Coordinate MV/HV/LV commissioning activities through the project construction stages
  • Advise operationally on HV electrical installations to WTG, offshore substations and both HV submarine and onshore cables
  • Oversee safe commissioning of grid connections, onshore substations and associated MV/HV/LV plant and equipment
  • Oversee all MV/HV/LV electrical operational activities to ensure safety, security and integrity of the HV network
  • Contribute to proactive management, good coordination and communication between all parties and that the process works effectively

 

Roles/ Responsibilities

  • Ensure compliancy with and managing of Electrical Safety Rules
  • Safety coordination in electrical matters
  • Manage and coordinate HV/MV/LV commissioning activities
  • Act as senior authorised person
  • Outage management and network control in collaboration with the Control Engineers
  • Prepare and check high voltage switching schedules
  • Update MV/HV/LV schematic diagrams
  • Inspect work sites and perform site safety inspections and auditing for electrical matters
  • Check method statements for electrical matters
  • Implement and provide training programmes for relevant staff according to the rules
  • Provide technical and engineering advice to working parties for electrical matters
  • Assist different departments when required
  • Attendance at FAT and SAT tests if required

 

KEY DELIVERABLES

  • Input to the project commissioning management manual and related documents (including pre-commissioning and commissioning quality plans)
  • Participation in different audits
  • Reports from FAT & SAT on the different high voltage equipment’s
  • Onsite check of switching programs
  • Participation in the planning of resource and work activities
  • Deliver inputs to the design phase of the project on technical aspects

REQUIREMENTS

  • Appropriate electrical and mechanical qualifications in LV and HV systems
  • Full GWO courses / HUET
  • OGUK Medical
  • Appropriate PPE for HV works 

If you are looking for a new SAP opportunity with a Renewables Client in Singapore, please apply now. 

Job Ref: 10285
COMMISSIONING
Contract
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Construction Director

CONSTRUCTION DIRECTOR required by our Client, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in New Orleans, LA.

POSITION SCOPE

This person is responsible for management of all construction safety, planning, and field activities in support of the project objectives. This position will be located in the New Orleans, LA area.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

Ensure Safety is the paramount objective when planning and executing all construction activities.

Manage and direct project teams by providing communication, coordination and follow-up to meet project goals and objectives; ensure project scope or work, schedule and budget are clearly defined and understood

Work closely with Construction Supervisors, Schedulers, Planners regarding development and implementation of the project quality system ensuring thorough understanding of the project scope and schedule

Inspect and monitor field conditions with an eye toward safety and productivity.

Monitor work for quality and specification conformance.

Mitigate schedule and productivity impacts through creative solutions.

Ensure craft job satisfaction is maintained to minimize turnover.

Translate project plans into coherent, credible, realistic project schedules.

Providing in the field construction assistance and problem solving based on previous experience.

Understand industry standards, applicable regulatory codes and requirements, and company standards.

Report on project status, performance, constraints and issues to Senior Management.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS:

Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering or Construction Management ideal however years of service in similar roles demonstrating capabilities could be substituted.

Minimum of 10 years experience in craft field management.

Experience in LNG liquefaction facilities preferred.

Ability to perform multiple tasks and work within project deadlines, and adjust as priorities changes occur

Possess the ability to mentor others through technical training and guidance on planning and scheduling.

Have the ability to read and interpret engineer drawings to include P&IDs, Civil/Structural plans and details, Electrical wiring diagrams, Piping isometrics, etcetera.

Broad knowledge of Codes, Standards, and Industry Best Practices.

Exhibit excellent written and oral communication skills

Have advanced computer experience with Microsoft Office, Microsoft Projects, PowerPoint, and Excel Work products.

Job Ref: 10280
CONSTRUCTION
Tx
Permanent
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Port Operations Management Services

PORT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT SERVICES required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique. Rotation 28/28

Duration:          12 months on-going

POSITION SCOPE

As part of the Mozambique LNG Project, COMPANY is requesting for the provision of Port Operations Management Services to support its Marine team.

CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for leading, managing and assuring the development of marine operations from construction through to Operations of the multi-billion dollar Mozambique LNG Terminal, oversight of the safe and efficient management of vessels within Afungi Bay as necessary to support the construction of the marine facilities and subsea workscope, all leading to the eventual arrival of LNG and condensate cargo vessels.

CONTRACTOR shall provide the service closely with marine organizations within the Mozambique Government and maintain a working relationship through the project lifecycle.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities and Key Activities

Development of port operations in preparation for and throughout the construction period and continually growing marine organization as per the Marine Execution Plan and Schedule.

Development of port rules and procedures, including all documentation required during construction as well as for the Marine Readiness Date and Operations.

Oversee all port operations during construction, coordinating all vessel movements including SIMOPS within the Concession Area, liaising with all Stakeholders.

Assist as necessary with navigational studies, marine simulations, met-ocean surveys, participation in project team HAZID’s, HAZOP’s and risk assessments.

Coordinate the development of maintenance and channel dredging programs.

Interface with Shipping/Marine Operations, shareholder companies and Subject Matter Experts (SME) to ensure alignment during the developing marine operations.

Assist and oversee recruitment and training of personnel during the initial construction phase and in preparation for the Marine Readiness Date.

Assist in development of the Marine Service Contract, including selection of vessels, development of the Contract, ITT, evaluation documents and review of the tender documents received.

Work closely with MSC vendor in the development and training of Pilots, Tug Masters and other support craft personnel.

Oversee and coordinate onsite activities of the MSA vendor and overseeing execution of the Marine Service Contract.

Liaise with the of MSA vendor to ensure the safe movement of all vessels to and from the LNG Terminal and the MOF.

Work closely with all Mozambique Government agencies during the development of marine operations before FID, during construction and into operations, providing regular updates and reports, including face to face meetings where necessary.

Integrate government agency representatives from INAHINA and INAMAR into Marine Operations to provide support in the development of marine operations.

Works closely with the Operations Teams to establish terminal operating policies and procedures.

Development of Marine Operations Handbook, Marine Terminal Operations and Conditions of Use Manual, Marine Environmental Emergency Response Plan and Port Security Plan.

Develop and implement a Mozambique national succession plan in the Marine department.

Develop of “Vessel Vetting Procedures” for the Marine Terminal and communicate throughout shippers and other potential customers’ base.

Support the Shipping and Commercial Teams in the development of optimal shipping strategies, including ship / terminal compatibility.

Develop and direct a vessel inspection program to ensure export vessel compliance with marine terminal

requirements and safety programs.

Safety

Assure the project HSSES and Quality objectives are being followed.

Report incidents and near misses immediately.

Comply with a duty of care to ensure that safe practice is adhered to at all times. In addition to any specific

accountability for HSSES, be accountable for ensuring that they adopt exemplary safe behaviors.

Adhere to the Anadarko Business Principles at all times under Conduct, Our People, Society and HSSES and to participate in relevant training.

Provide marine expertise to HSSES as required.

Adhered to all national and international laws, rules, regulations and recommendations.

CONTRACTOR may be required to travel to various locations worldwide to compete Factory Acceptance Tests, vendor training, peer assist and reviews as well as any other meeting required by COMPANY.

Deliverables

Daily, weekly and monthly Progress Reports, Final Report.

Service Location & Schedule

SERVICES to be performed in Afungi, Mozambique.

Tentative SERVICES start date: December 2020

SERVICES schedule: rotational 4×4 minimum 12 hours a day, may be required to execute the services days and nights depending on shipping schedules. (Due to Covid temporarily 8×4)

Other international travel may also be required for the SERVICE performance.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Qualifications

Master Mariner or Chief Engineer license.

Minimum 10 years sea going experience.

Minimum 5 years working on LNG LPG or Condensate Vessels.

Minimum 5 years Marine Project Management Experience.

Experience

Have experience and understanding of Port operations.

Experience in EPC phase of a project, startup operations and nationalization.

Familiar with Marine Service Vendors and contracts.

Familiar with Oil and Gas Terminal Operations, including best practices.

Strong communication and teamwork skills.

Capable of working in a multinational environment, sensitive to the local culture and International workforce.

Fluent oral and written knowledge of English. Knowledge of Portuguese is advantageous.

Job Ref: 10277
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
La Defense 6, 92078 Paris
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Senior Site Contract Administration Services (Onshore EPC)

SENIOR CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION SERVICES (ONSHORE EPC) required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique. Rotation 28/28

Duration:          12 months ongoing

POSITION SCOPE

As part of the Mozambique LNG Project, COMPANY is requesting for the provision of Senior Contract Administration Services to support its Onshore Contract & Procurement team.

Support the Site Contracts and Procurement Supervisor Onshore EPC in all aspects of field administration and contract management for two significant Mozambique LNG Onshore Facility EPC Agreements and full cycle C&P activities as they arise.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Evaluate, analyse and prepare responses to various contractor contractual correspondence, including notices of claim, change proposals, change orders, etc.,

Prepare various forms of contractual correspondence to contractor and responding to contractor correspondence,

Timely review and validation of contractor invoices (progress and milestone payments) in coordination with multidiscipline team,

Provide support and guidance to the broader Onshore EPC team to assure correct interpretation and application of the EPC agreements,

Establishing and maintaining various contractual records and regsiters,

Support the development of existing local and expat contracts and procurement personnel,

Fullfil demand for new C&P needs identified by Onshore EPC delivery team in compliance with Company C&P procedures,

Provide accurate and timely reporting contract management reporting and, as required, reporting on new calls for tender,

Ensure HSE and local content objectives are being considered and implemented in all contracting and procurement activities,

Ensure contract and procurement expenditure is monitored and within approved values amounts,

Liaise and coordinate in country C&P activities with Milan, Maputo, and Houston C&P Teams (as applicable).

DELIVERABLES

Preparation of outgoing correspondence and responses to incoming correspondence

Preparation of Change Requests

Evaluation of Change Proposals

Preparation, neogitiation and execution of Change Orders (including obtaining necessary approvals)

Preparation and execution of Contract Amendments (including obtaining necessary approvals)

Invoice review and validation

SERVICE LOCATION & SCHEDULE

SERVICES to be performed either on-site at Afungi (Northern Mozambique, province of Cabo Delgado) or in Maputo, in Mozambique (to be confirmed by COMPANY)

Tentative SERVICES start date: January 2021

SERVICES schedule:

If Afungi based: rotational working minimum 12 hours a day 28 days on / 28 days off, working 180 days in a year (or otherwise instructed by COMPANY)

If Maputo based: resident full-time

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

Minimum 8 years experience in a similar post award contract administration / contract management role, particularly in a client Site based Project delivery team, managing large value ($Billions), complex lump sum EPC contracts with an integrated multi discliplinary team

Strong commercial aptitude and legal acumen

Demonstrated ability to work cross-functionally with engineering, construction, operations, project controls, legal and finance teams and externally with contractors

Ability to prioritize and manage a variety of complex tasks and deadlines with multiple internal stakeholders to ensure timely completion and close out

Experienced in services contracting supporting major O&G projects (LNG preferred) and operational O&G facilities (gas plant, mining facility etc.)

In depth knowledge of full contract management process from requisition, sourcing, tendering, analysis, award, documentation and close out

Good communication skills, both oral and written (English essential, Portuguese beneficial)

Experience working with local content requirements

Working knowledge of SAP

Tertiary qualifications, university Degree in business or contracting and procurement certifications (CIPS, CIPP, QS)

Job Ref: 10276
ADMINISTRATION
La Defense 6, 92078 Paris
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Supply Chain Representative Services (Onshore EPC)

SUPPLY CHAIN REPRESENTATIVE SERVICES (ONSHORE EPC) required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique. Rotation 28/28

Duration:          12 months on-going

POSITION SCOPE

As part of the Mozambique LNG Project, COMPANY is requesting for the provision of Supply Chain Representative Services to support its Onshore Contract & Procurement team.

Support the Site Contracts and Procurement Supervisor Onshore EPC in all aspects of field administration and contract management for two significant Mozambique LNG Onshore Facility EPC Agreements and full cycle C&P activities as they arise.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Evaluate, analyse and prepare responses to various contractor contractual correspondence, including notices of claim, change proposals, change orders, etc.,

Prepare various forms of contractual correspondence to contractor and responding to contractor correspondence,

Timely review and validation of contractor invoices (progress and milestone payments) in coordination with multidiscipline team,

Provide support and guidance to the broader Onshore EPC team to assure correct interpretation and application of the EPC agreements,

Establishing and maintaining various contractual records and regsiters,

Support the development of existing local and expat contracts and procurement personnel,

Fullfil demand for new C&P needs identified by Onshore EPC delivery team in compliance with Company C&P procedures,

Provide accurate and timely reporting contract management reporting and, as required, reporting on new calls for tender,

Ensure HSE and local content objectives are being considered and implemented in all contracting and procurement activities,

Ensure contract and procurement expenditure is monitored and within approved values amounts,

Liaise and coordinate in country C&P activities with Milan, Maputo, and Houston C&P Teams (as applicable).

Deliverables

Preparation of outgoing correspondence and responses to incoming correspondence

Preparation of Change Requests

Evaluation of Change Proposals

Preparation, neogitiation and execution of Change Orders (including obtaining necessary approvals)

Preparation and execution of Contract Amendments (including obtaining necessary approvals)

Invoice review and validation

Service Location & Schedule

SERVICES to be performed either on-site at Afungi (Northern Mozambique, province of Cabo Delgado) or in Maputo, Mozambique (to be confirmed by COMPANY)

Tentative SERVICES start date: January 2021

Services schedule:

If Afungi based: rotational working minimum 12 hours a day 28 days on / 28 days off, working 180 days in a year (or otherwise instructed by COMPANY)

If Maputo based: resident full-time

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum 8 years experience in a similar post award contract administration / contract management role, particularly in a client Site based Project delivery team, managing large value ($Billions), complex lump sum EPC contracts with an integrated multi discliplinary team

Strong commercial aptitude and legal acumen

Demonstrated ability to work cross-functionally with engineering, construction, operations, project controls, legal and finance teams and externally with contractors

Ability to prioritize and manage a variety of complex tasks and deadlines with multiple internal stakeholders to ensure timely completion and close out

Experienced in services contracting supporting major O&G projects (LNG preferred) and operational O&G facilities (gas plant, mining facility etc.)

In depth knowledge of full contract management process from requisition, sourcing, tendering, analysis, award, documentation and close out

Good communication skills, both oral and written (English essential, Portuguese beneficial)

Experience working with local content requirements

Working knowledge of SAP

Tertiary qualifications, university Degree in business or contracting and procurement certifications (CIPS, CIPP, QS)

Job Ref: 10275
ADMINISTRATION
La Defense 6, 92078 Paris
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QA/QC Consultant

QA/QC Consultant required by our Client, an International Renewable company to be hired on a contract basis, located in Providence, RI

Duration: 6 months

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Deployment of the quality program in the NA projects
  • Definition and adherence of the project organization to adequate quality requirements
  • Implementation of quality program
  • Monitoring and reporting on quality performance
  • Foster a continual improvement culture
  • Experience in supplier audits (Qualified auditor).

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Academic requirements: From BSc or equivalent
  • Proven experience in the field of quality management from relevant fields of the industry
  • Proactive ad systematic approach to the work tasks
  • Accustomed to international environment
  • Able to create trustful work relationship with stakeholders
  • Collaborative approach to work
  • Good communication and facilitation skills

 

 

Job Ref: 10273
INSPECTORS
Providence, Rhode Island
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Project Engineer

PROJECT ENGINEER (UAE) required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Dubai, UAE.

Duration:          12 months on-going

Report to: Reports to the Pipeline Package Lead

POSITION SCOPE

The job holder will report to the Pipeline Package Lead to provide engineering and technical support at the fabrication yard during the engineering, procurement, onshore fabrication, testing, and load-out of the rigid and flexible pipeline structures, jumpers, foundations, piles, and installation aids by the Contractor as part of the EPCI scope of work for the Mozambique LNG Project.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Supporting the Pipe Package Lead by overseeing all onsite engineering related issues, activities, and queries at the fabrication yard.

Coordinating and liaising with the Houston Team for all engineering issues and technical Queries.

Assisting the Company Site Rep by resolving engineering and technical issues during fabrication

Reviewing and approving as-built documentation and dossiers/certificates required for load out and shipment.

Liaising with the Company Provided Items (CPI) equipment delivery team and assisting with logistics for the CPI items (Valves, connectors, etc.).

Attending HAZIDs, HIRAs, risk assessments, fabrication reviews, and any engineering/technical meetings at the fabrication site

Technical oversight of FAT and SIT activities at the fabrication site HSE roles & responsibilities

Proven track record demonstrating safe working practices at fabrication yards

Promote safety culture with the team, with the Contractor, and with all Sub-Contractors.

Present Safety Moments during meetings

Attend Project HSSE meetings, trainings, audits and inspections as needed

Report to the Pipeline Package Lead

Support the Company Site Representative

Provide onsite Technical and Engineering support for all fabrication activities

Assistance to Pipeline Package Lead on ad-hoc tasks related to line pipe and coating packages including review Weld Procedures, Non-Destructive Testing reports, Manufacturing Record Books, etc.

Anticipate and identify fabrication issues,

Coordinate with the Pipeline Package Lead, Subject Matter Experts, and discipline engineers to resolve all onsite fabrication issues.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

BSc or Msc in engineering discipline

Fluent in the English language

Knowledge of Arabic language a plus

Offshore subsea equipment fabrication is mandatory

Offshore installation experience is preferred

Working knowledge of structure fabrication, materials, welding, inspection, coating, testing as well as Oil & Gas Industry standards and codes

Ability to understand and interpret technical specifications and fabrication drawings

Ability to get along well with others in an international and multi-cultural environment

Willing and able to travel to North America and Europe to attend meetings as needed

Able to consistently meet deadlines

General knowledge of Subsea systems, equipment, processes, industry best practices

Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)

Site fabrication and offshore installation experience.

Job Ref: 10271
ENGINEERS
Suite 1800, Houston
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Estimator

ESTIMATOR

 

LONDON

 

 

An Estimator is required to work for a leading rail business, to be hired on a contract basis in London.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Analysis of tender documents ;

Site visit;

Costing of human resources, equipment and supplies ;

Consultation of partners and suppliers;

Consolidation of prices;

Presents your methods during the kick-off meetings ;

Search for technical solutions ;

Consultations and negotiations.

Proposals for variants or more economical solutions;

Transfer the contract file to the works team and contractual support.

 

Skills and Experience

 

Graduate of an engineering school

Recognized for your curiosity and ability to work in a team environment

Strength of proposal

Interested in the world of railways

A first successful experience of at least 5 years in the field of estimator in Civil Engineering or works

Good interpersonal skills

 

If you are an Estimator looking for work in London, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10264
CONSTRUCTION
London
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Contract Manager

CONTRACT MANAGER

 

LONDON

 

 

A Contract Manager is required to work for a leading rail business, to be hired on a contract basis in London.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

In the upstream phase (in the tendering phase) :

Participation in the successive phases of response to specifications, calls for tenders, etc.

Contract review and negotiation

Analysis of risks related to the terms of contracts negotiated in close collaboration with the legal department (liabilities, late penalties, guarantees, sureties, intellectual property, confidentiality, considering project constraints).

Participation in negotiations with the various contractual players.

In the downstream phase (during the execution of the contract) :

Drafting of claims between the different partners to the contract (with the support of the legal department).

Training of the project partners in the content of the contract and its inherent risks (with the support of the legal department).

Managing these contracts by monitoring their performance, managing any changes, and ensuring the monitoring and acceptance of contractual obligations.

Follow-up of contract developments in accordance with contractual procedures (change management).

Active monitoring of formal communications with the contractual actors: correspondence, minutes of contractual meetings, etc.

Monitoring of risks (legal and contractual, but also operational, commercial, financial, etc.).

Document management to enable claims to be drawn up or responded to

Resolution of conflicts and claims between the different contractual parties.

 

Skills and Experience

 

Graduate of an engineering school

Your ability to adapt and your motivation for teamwork will allow you to be quickly recognised as a quality speaker by your interlocutors.

Interested in the world of railways

A first successful experience of at least 5 years in the field of contract manager in Civil Engineering or works

Good interpersonal skills

 

If you are a Contract Manager looking for work in London, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10263
PROCUREMENT
London
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Planner

PLANNER

 

LONDON

 

 

A Planner is required to work for a leading rail business, to be hired on a contract basis in London.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Gathering information from the various parties involved;

To ensure that schedules are drawn up in order to meet commitments by optimising resources (people, equipment, infrastructure);

Integrate logistics and transport needs;

To ensure that schedules are updated;

Participate in coordination meetings;

Propose optimisations and identify conflicts in installation methodologies;

Contribute to the improvement of planning methods and tools.

 

Skills and Experience

 

Use of TILOS

Graduate of an engineering school

Recognized for your curiosity and ability to work in a team environment

Strength of proposal

Interested in the world of railways

A first successful experience in a similar position of at least 2 years

Good interpersonal skills

 

If you are a Planner looking for work in London, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10262
OTHER
London
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Methods Engineer

METHOD ENGINEER

 

LONDON

 

 

A Method Engineer is required to work for a leading operator, to be hired on a contract basis in London.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

To define the construction methods;

Participate in the phase development ;

Compare different methods and have a critical analysis of the different solutions;

To study the operating methods;

Define the cadencies;

Sizing the teams (human resources and equipment needed to carry out the work);

Give the necessary directives to the designers in accordance with the results of the calculations and the methods of execution;

Understand and manage the constraints specific to the project;

Check and approve the plans and technical documents and methods;

Apply and monitor the application of the provisions of the quality system.

 

Skills and Experience

 

Graduate of an engineering school

Recognized for your curiosity and ability to work in a team environment

Strength of proposal

Interested in the world of railways

A first successful experience in a similar position of at least 2 years / 5 years

Good interpersonal skills

 

If you are a Method Engineer looking for work in London, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10260
ENGINEERS
Birmingham
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Marine Safety and Security Superintendence Services

MARINE SAFETY AND SECURITY SUPERINTENDENCE SERVICES required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique. Rotation 58/28.

Durations:         12 months

POSITION SCOPE

As part of our Clients Project, COMPANY is requesting for the provision of Marine Safety and Security Superintendence Services to support its Marine team.

Provide support to COMPANY’s Port Operations Manager and shall be responsible for all aspects of Marine Safety and Security. CONTRACTOR shall work as an interface with Area 1 and Area 4 project HSE and Security teams as well as the State Port Authority Agencies to ensure standards are maintained with the Port.

Oversee the development and implementation of the ISPS in conjunction with the Security Department and continue to work with them to make sure vessels comply with the ISPS procedures and completed any security documentation.

PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES

For the performance of the Services, Contractor shall at a minimum:

Safety

Ensure marine quality, safety and security activities are in compliance with the industry and the Facility standards

Exercise responsibility for marine quality and safety management

Organize and monitor vetting inspections of the vessels maintaining vetting records, relevant databases and questionnaires

Conduct on-board training, pre-vetting inspection and participate in the vetting inspections on board facility managed vessels

Liaise with all Stakeholders

Review and maintain the marine organization to provide safe and efficient movement of vessels and the support required by Stakeholders

Conduct Internal Safety Audits

Organise and take part in Emergency Drills

Liaise with COMPANY for Staff training requirements and standards

Security

Work with COMPANY’s Security departments and project representatives to develop and obtain the documentation required for ISPS certification

Assist security in developing, implementing and exercising the Port Facility Security Plan

Liaise and coordinating with security services, as appropriate

Undertake regular security inspections of the port facility to ensure the continuation of appropriate security measures

Work with Stakeholders and security departments to completed documentation and clear vessels in a timely manner

Recommend and incorporate, modifications to the Port Facility Security Plan to correct deficiencies and update the plan, taking into account relevant changes to the port facility

Maintain detailed records of occurrences that threaten the security of the port facility

Enhance security awareness and vigilance to the port facility personnel

Oversee all training, including PFSO initial and refresher training.

HSE

Assure the project HSSES and Quality objectives are being followed

Report incidents and near misses immediately

Comply with a duty of care to ensure that safe practice is adhered to at all times. In addition to any specific accountability for HSSES, be accountable for ensuring that they adopt exemplary safe behaviors.

Adhere to the Business Principles at all times under Conduct, Our People, Society and HSSES and to participate in relevant training.

Provide marine expertise to HSSES as required.

Adhered to all national and international laws, rules, regulations and recommendations.

Knowledge of industry statutory rules and regulations, vetting requirements

CONTRACTOR may be required to travel to various locations worldwide to compete Factory Acceptance Tests, vendor training, peer assist and reviews as well as any other meeting required by COMPANY.

Deliverables

Daily, weekly and monthly Progress Reports,

Final Report.

Service Location & Schedule

SERVICES to be performed in Afungi, Mozambique.

Tentative SERVICES start date: December 2020

SERVICES schedule: rotational 4×4 minimum 12 hours a day, may be required to execute the services days and nights depending on shipping schedules. (Due to Covid temporarily 8×4)

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

Minimum Qualifications

Class 2 Deck or Engineer Certificate, unlimited license

Minimum 6 years sea going experience including LNG Experience

Experience working with oil and gas terminals

Sailed as Chief Officer/ 2nd Engineer on either LNG, LPG Carriers or VLCC.

Preferred Qualifications

Preferably worked shore for shipping companies in the HSE department

OVID Inspector with a minimum of 1 years’ experience

Completed Shipboard Security Officer (SSO) and/or Port facilities Security Office (PFSO) course

Oil Tankers. Oil and Gas endorsement preferable

Experience

Familiar with small vessel operations e.g., tugs, pilot vessels.

Familiar with Oil and Gas Terminal Operations, including best practices.

Strong communication and teamwork skills.

Capable of working in a multinational environment, sensitive to the local culture and International workforce.

Strong computer ability and skills.

Fluency in oral and written English required; Portuguese language skills advantageous.

Advanced Training skills.

Job Ref: 10241
SAFETY
La Defense 6, 92078 Paris
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Construction Coordinator

CONSTRUCTION COORDINATOR

 

MOZAMBIQUE

 

 

A Construction Coordinator is required to work for a leading oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis in Mozambique

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Attend all pertinent project meetings in Mozambique Camp

Participate in daily conference calls as required

Promote and educate other project teams (onshore/environmental/etc.) on the Offshore Scope of Work

Provide detailed information to Mozambique project teams regarding the Offshore Works to promote collaboration and alliance

Attend and contribute to project meetings

Keep a project log of meetings, discussions, requests for the duration of the work

Submit reports and calls to Installation Lead as required

Continually monitor activities on Mozambique site that may impact offshore activities and report to Installation Lead

Highlight any risks to Installation Lead / Team

Assists EPCI contractor (named MTV) with any in-country issues

Assists MTV with housing, on-site transportation, crew changes and general requests

Works with MTV and LNG contractors on Temporary Base Loading (TBL) and Marine Offloading Facility (MOF) access associated with MTV requirements

Monitor and coordinate any ad-hoc drilling supply vessel activities at the MOF

Liaison with COMPANY Social & Environmental Leads for any issues with MTV, EPC Contractor (named CCS-JV) or subcontractors

Coordinates Site Supervisors, project team, with personnel movements and housing

Coordinates subcontractor housing and movements with particular focus during crew change for Offshore operations

Coordinates activities with all in-country project Managers & Coordinators

Oversees onshore construction works by EPCI contractor

Runs Site Supervisor office at work site

Coordinate and manage SIMOPs during offshore project execution

Liaison with Port Authority for all offshore project vessel traffic.

Review and comment Contractor documents, especially on diving operations.

Rev.0

Monitor work and confirm its being completed to appropriate standards

Monitor early dredging and temporary port construction

Monitor beach pull-in preparations and creation of pre-commissioning equipment laydown area to include:

Pull-in winch set-up

Installation of winch hold back anchor

Installation of pipeline anchoring systems

Pre-commissioning activities, including set-up of equipment, temporary flange welding, establishment of pig launchers and receivers and installation of an intake/dump line offshore

Installation of beach valve skids

Tie-in of offshore and onshore pipelines and umbilical’s

Monitor pipeline shore approach and crossing dredging activities

Monitor pipeline and umbilical pull-in operations

Receive, on behalf of project some cargo and equipment deliveries as necessary for pull-in winch, wire reels, earth moving plant, etc…)

Promote safety culture with the team and with the CTR at site / at offices

Adhere to Project HSE site instructions and policies

Regularly attend Project HSSE meetings, trainings, audits and inspections

Promote a proactive approach to safety awareness and act to prevent incidents if necessary

Be familiar with the incident command system for emergency response

Report incidents / near misses

Provide support as required for any medevac of rig personnel to Mozambique

Ensure Company HSE policies are followed throughout the work

Attend and contribute to any HAZIDs

Ensure that scope of work related to the protection of the environment is duly executed by the CTR.

Ensuring Company HSE policies are followed throughout the work

Representing all aspects of the offshore scope of work within the Mozambique Camp.

Ensuring these activities are accounted for in the Mozambique planning and onshore activities during construction and pre-commissioning phases.

Coordinating subcontractor housing and movements

Monitoring work and confirm its being completed to appropriate standards

Reviewing and commenting contractor documents as required

 

Skills and Experience

 

Ability to get along well with others in an international and multi-cultural environment

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Ability to work on a 12hours a day, 7days a week basis for 28/28 in a camp.

Ability to multi-task and work as part of small and flexible team.

Desire to take responsibility for your area of work and to hold yourself accountable to deliver in line with the above responsibilities accordingly.

Fluid communicator capable to represent the offshore and drilling activities

Previous experience working in remote areas managing a multifaceted construction and installation scope is required

 

If you are a Construction Coordinator looking for work in Mozambique, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10240
CONSTRUCTION
Suite 1800, Houston
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Senior Estimator

SENIOR ESTIMATOR

 

BRISTOL, UK

 

 

A Senior Estimator is required to work for a leading oil and gas operator, to be hired on a “contract/staff” basis in Bristol, UK.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Estimator with 3 to 5 years’ experience in Major Highways projects – working closely with in a bid team.

Knowledges of NEC 3 or NEC 4 Design & Build option C type of contract – defined costs

Used to Highways England ways of pricing (e.g. series of works)

Use of estimating software (such as Candy) as a basis of preparing the estimate

Preparation of all elements of major project estimates including preliminaries pricing.

Preparation of analytical estimates including the detailed appraisal of construction plant and temporary works.

Specific expertise in highways works:

Earthworks

Drainage

Linear works

Traffic Management

Preparation of quantities from drawings and specifications and ability to perform high level checking of quantities take off

Prepare abstract of material and sub-contract requirements for sourcing and pricing.

Technical and commercial appraisal of material and subcontractor quotations.

Contribute to the identification of risk and pricing of risks throughout the bid.

 

If you are a Senior Estimator looking for work in Bristol, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10239
PROJECT SERVICES
London
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Lead Marine Engineer (Turret Mooring System)

LEAD MARINE ENGINEER (TURRET MOORING SYSTEM) required by our Client, an Oil and Gas EPC, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Arendal, Norway.

Duration:          12 months

POSITION SCOPE

Position reports to:  Hull Engineering Manager or Delegate

Deliver the disconnectable turret mooring system (TMS) scope for a large and complex deepwater FPSO project in a safe, efficient, cost effective and timely manner.

Ensure the project conforms to the customer's approved Basis of Design and all applicable regulatory and code requirements.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Lead the project TMS activities during detail design, fabrication, testing, installation, and support offshore commissioning.

Address TMS related queries and technical clarification questions from vendors.

Ensure that all deliverables are completed successfully including the 90% design review.

Drive progress of the TMS scope throughout the project phases and ensure the equipment delivered meets the project requirements such as functional specifications, schedule, cost, operability, reliability and availability.

Scope, review and approve aspects of work including both in-house and Contractor prepared studies and engineering.

Review Contractor’s documentation during the execution of design, procurement and fabrication/construction activities, ensuring the quality of the work is in accordance to the contract requirements.

Ensure the equipment is installed correctly via creation of thorough installation and pre-commissioning procedures and that interfaces with all project team personnel are properly and effectively managed.

Provide TMS engineering inputs in technical reviews to ensure technical integrity, efficiency, and safety of facilities.

Conduct inspections, factory acceptance tests, and site acceptance tests of TMS equipment, as required.

Ensure that all work is done in a manner consistent with Company’s guidelines and policies.

Manage interfaces with other EPC contracts, and the project Topsides, Hull and Subsea Team including implementation of required technical assurance on own scope.

Able to be collocated at TMS supplier’s office to observe and provide assistance with technical issues as well as provide input/proposals to the customer’s engineering team.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

Previous technical, practical and leadership experience in deepwater FPSO projects.

Previous experience in design and delivery of disconnectable turret mooring systems for FPSOs.

Required

Degree in Engineering

Minimum 15 years’ experience in offshore oil and gas industry with a focus on turret mooring systems for FPSOs.

Must have EU work authorization and be able to work in Norway.

Technical Professional with broad and deep knowledge of deepwater TMS design, fabrication, installation, pre-commissioning and commissioning and should have played a key role in the delivery of at least one major deepwater FPSO project involving a disconnectable turret mooring system design and installation.

Able to work within and interface with mixed teams of professionals located globally.

Have excellent communication and negotiating skills.

Team player, self-motivated, with coaching skills, persistence, and with ability to think outside- the-box.

Visibly demonstrates personal and company HSE commitment.

Demonstrates capability to proactively implement plans and follow through with sustained execution, meeting project milestones.

Able to maintain composure under pressure while providing clear and decisive leadership

Able to deal with multiple, often conflicting, goals and priorities.

Must have strong management and leadership skills and also be capable of easily and productively working in a multi-cultural team environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Job Ref: 10214
ENGINEERS
Texas
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Workforce and Local Content Coordinator

WORKFORCE AND LOCAL CONTENT MANAGER required by our Client, an International Renewable company, to be hired on a Permanent basis, located in Bridgeport, CT

Duration: Permanent

POSITION SCOPE

The Workforce and Local Content Coordinator will be responsible for implementing the clients commitments to training and employing a local offshore wind workforce as well as ensuring local businesses have opportunities in the growing US offshore wind supply chain. This role will report to the Manager of Workforce and Supply Chain Development and will require local and regional travel.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Develop and advance partnerships primarily in CT, but also in NY, to train local workforce, working alongside universities, community colleges, vocational-technical and high schools, economic development councils, NGOs, etc.
  • Identify workforce skills needed within Project and supply chain and propose strategies to fill present gaps in workforce
  • Keep stakeholders and partners apprised of ongoing VW workforce needs
  • Monitor and provide feedback to existing educational programs, refining through iterative and collaborative process
  • Collaborate with partner organizations to ensure continuity and broader offshore wind industry buy-in on efforts
  • Identify opportunities to ensure key demographics and underrepresented populations have access to workforce opportunities and where applicable, identify and work to address barriers to entry
  • Work with package managers/contractors across all packages to implement Look Local First commitment, understand subcontracting needs and ensure contractors have access local resources
  • Develop and implement internal process to ensure contractor compliance with local commitments
  • Proactively engage with economic development councils, local chambers of commerce, and business association groups in target communities around local offshore wind supply chain opportunities
  • Identify areas for appropriate local supply chain support and resource/workforce needs and where available funds can be best invested/leveraged
  • Determine pathways for making connections of local businesses into supply chain, focused on primary suppliers
  • Build network of local business stakeholders
  • Ensure workforce development and supply chain efforts are well integrated with each other
  • Participate as a key member of the outreach team, identifying opportunities to advance workforce and supply chain efforts within project communities
  • Provide general support to the Manager of Workforce and Supply Chain Development

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • background and education related to energy policy, public policy, workforce development or supply chain integration.
  • 5-10+ years’ experience working in building collaborative, goal-oriented partnerships and efforts preferred.
  • Must have excellent communication skills to advance efforts both within the organization as well as externally among stakeholders and the public.
  • Familiarity with the communities in which the client is working (Bridgeport, CT) is highly desired.
  • This is a quickly growing and evolving team and the candidate must demonstrate the ability to work independently, develop creative solutions, and demonstrate flexibility and adaptability as the team works to tackle this challenging and exciting work.

 

 

 

                                                 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Job Ref: 10206
ADMINISTRATION
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HSE Superintendent – Fabrication

HSE SUPERINTENDENT – FABRICATION

 

SPAIN

 

 

A HSE Superintendent is required to work for a leading oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis in Spain.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Monitor Contractor and Subcontractors activities and performance, providing support, advice and guidance required to maintain safe and efficient operations, in line with contractors HSEMS and contractual obligations;

Contribute to Safety Studies, Audits and reviews, including MoC as required by Project Delivery Manager

Participate in review of Contractors Safe Systems of Work, including PTW, Risk Assessment and TBT’s

Support development of hazard ID and risk management techniques

Support effective coordination between all parties (Engineering, construction, procurement etc.)

Carry out interventions that achieve delivery of plans and an incident free workplace (stopping the work for an immediate threat)

Monitor Subcontractors activities for compliance with approved safety procedures;

Support Contractor in incident investigation and ensure robustness of the entire process

Ensure Contractors record and report accurate HSE statistics, and act as focal point for timely and quality HSE reporting to the Project

Adopt and demonstrates a pro-active approach to managing risk through forward planning and strong communication with contractor personnel;

Support HSE Initiatives and Programs and ensure effective ownership by Contractor to achieve desired results

Support the reward and recognition program and monitor performance

Assist in the delivery of information sessions appropriate to the scope of work

Support HSE assurance activity, ensure audit reports, progress reports and HS&E performance reports are circulated to the appropriate stakeholders

 

Skills and Experience

 

Ability to influence Contractor HSE Performance in a ‘Mode 3’ environment to drive contract HSE Plan delivery.  Solid working knowledge and experience of HSE Risk Management systems, processes and tools (including PtW, Bow

Tie, Task risk assessment, Intervention Programs, Tool box Talks and HAZID/HAZOP).

Good Analytical skills and detail oriented with experience and ability to write SOP's, manuals, instructions, audit reports etc.

Ability to lead and coordinate HSE Investigations to establish actual Root Causes, preparing and rolling out learnings, and conducting detailed HSE Audits

Effective communication skills (oral and written) and experienced presentation and HSE planning abilities

Use of common IT systems and tools (Power-point, word etc.).

Strong interpersonal skills with capability to train, coach, mentor, support and successfully influence at various levels (including contractors).

Capability to coordinate quality HSE related information, statistics recording, analysis, and reporting from Contractor to Project.

Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple and conflicting priorities.

Experience with Onshore fabrication yard HSE Management in Major Projects & Hook up and Commissioning activities for Offshore Oil & Gas.

Experienced with requirements of IOGP 577 & 597 and successful implementation.

Min 10 years Oil and Gas and related HSE experience;

Subsea infrastructure design, fabrication, assembly and testing experience is preferred 2/11 Classification: Restricted Distribution.

All rights reserved QUALIFICATIONS, TRAINING AND COMPETENCY Minimum Education: – Recognized HSE qualification – NEBOSH diploma or equivalent would be advantageous Language Requirements: – Must be fluent in English and Spanish (oral and written) HSE Training / competencies; – Lead Auditor – Incident Investigation (Lead)

Behavioral Based Safety

 

If you are a HSE Superintendent looking for work in Spain, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10196
CONSTRUCTION
Spain
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HSE Superintendent – Fabrication

HSE SUPERINTENDENT – FABRICATION

 

DUBAI

 

 

A HSE Superintendent is required to work for a leading oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis in Dubai.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Monitor Contractor and Subcontractors activities and performance, providing support, advice and guidance required to maintain safe and efficient operations, in line with contractors HSEMS and contractual obligations;

Contribute to Safety Studies, Audits and reviews, including MoC as required by Project Delivery Manager

Participate in review of Contractors Safe Systems of Work, including PTW, Risk Assessment and TBT’s

Support development of hazard ID and risk management techniques

Support effective coordination between all parties (Engineering, construction, procurement etc.)

Carry out interventions that achieve delivery of plans and an incident free workplace (stopping the work for an immediate threat)

Monitor Subcontractors activities for compliance with approved safety procedures;

Support Contractor in incident investigation and ensure robustness of the entire process

Ensure Contractors record and report accurate HSE statistics, and act as focal point for timely and quality HSE reporting to the Project

Adopt and demonstrates a pro-active approach to managing risk through forward planning and strong communication with contractor personnel;

Support HSE Initiatives and Programs and ensure effective ownership by Contractor to achieve desired results

Support the reward and recognition program and monitor performance

Assist in the delivery of information sessions appropriate to the scope of work

Support HSE assurance activity, ensure audit reports, progress reports and HS&E performance reports are circulated to the appropriate stakeholders.

 

Skills and Experience

 

Ability to influence Contractor HSE Performance in a ‘Mode 3’ environment to drive contract HSE Plan delivery. –

Solid working knowledge and experience of HSE Risk Management systems, processes and tools (including PtW, Bow

Tie, Task risk assessment, Intervention Programs, Tool box Talks and HAZID/HAZOP).

Good Analytical skills and detail oriented with experience and ability to write SOP's, manuals, instructions, audit reports etc.

Ability to lead and coordinate HSE Investigations to establish actual Root Causes, preparing and rolling out learnings, and conducting detailed HSE Audits

Effective communication skills (oral and written) and experienced presentation and HSE planning abilities

Use of common IT systems and tools (Power-point, word etc.).

Strong interpersonal skills with capability to train, coach, mentor, support and successfully influence at various levels (including contractors).

Capability to coordinate quality HSE related information, statistics recording, analysis, and reporting from Contractor to Project.

Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple and conflicting priorities.

Experience with Onshore fabrication yard HSE Management in Major Projects & Hook up and Commissioning activities for Offshore Oil & Gas.

Experienced with requirements of IOGP 577 & 597 and successful implementation.

Min 10 years Oil and Gas and related HSE experience;

Recognized HSE qualification

NEBOSH diploma or equivalent would be advantageous Language Requirements:

Must be fluent in English HSE Training / competencies;

Pressure testing / stored energy

Confined Space Entry

Occupational Health Hazards

 

If you are a HSE Superintendent looking for work in Dubai, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10195
CONSTRUCTION
Dubai
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SCADA Engineer Representative

SCADA ENGINEER REPRESENTATIVE

 

GERMANY

 

A SCADA Engineer Representative is required to work for a leading renewables operator, to be hired on a contract basis in Germany.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Report to SCADA technical managers stationed on site on quality and execution progress

Give input to the commissioning time schedule within the site

Day-to-day management, coordination and documentation of the SCADA commissioning work

Coordinate commissioning activities with SCADA Contractors and Electrical installation & commission manager

Ensure that the work is in compliance with the project HSE rules and local legislation

Sign off and approve SCADA Contractor check lists

Secure quality of commissioning works and documentation

Report commissioning progress/participate in commissioning meetings

Interface and coordination with commissioning team to ensure overall and day to day project commissioning plan is adhered to.

Plan installation and commissioning tasks and SCADA resources and request additional resources via SCADA Manager

Perform day-to-day SCADA supervision and management of the commissioning personnel/contractors

Control that tests are carried out and documented

Participate in witnessing of FAT, SAT

Be an active part of the SIT test

Participate in the preparation of snagging lists

Give input to the ELS commissioning time schedule, including key milestones

Draft SCADA Commissioning Plan defining scope, QA /QC and timescales

Coordinate the commissioning activities performed by SCADA with suppliers and contractors and the Substation electrical commissioning managers

Secure proper internal/external actions if commissioning activities are not on schedule

Secure that the commissioning activities comply with internal and external requirements/specifications, incl. the project HSE rules and local legislation rules and local legislation

Report SCADA commissioning activities to the Commissioning manager and to the SCADA Package manager

Conduct commissioning meeting with main suppliers and other relevant parties

Participate in status meetings during onshore construction

Ensure QC of deliveries (FAT and SAT reports)

Drive finalisation of snag list

 

Skills and Experience

 

Five years of project management experience required, and technical knowledge at B.Sc level

Experience, knowledge, and competence equivalent to IPMA level B/C and/or PMP

Strong communication and leadership skills. Ability to motivate, delegate and coordinate

Superior communication and business-knowledge skills

 

If you are a SCADA Engineer Representative looking for work in Germany, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10164
COMMISSIONING
Germany
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HV Components and Protection Engineer

HV COMPONENTS & PROTECTION ENGINEER

 

GERMANY

 

 

A HV Components & Protection Engineer is required to work for a leading renewables operator, to be hired on a contract basis in Germany.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Be the main technical competence within the HV components and protection scope.

Ensure quality of HV components and protection deliverables in all phases of the project including design, installation and commissioning.

Ensure that the delivered Protection system and HV components comply with the clients specifications.

Comply with and enforce the clients HSE requirements and policies.

Support a strong focus on safety culture

Review change requests.

Ensure that the QA/QC process is followed

Ensure quality of internal documentation and supplier documentation

Support transition from PL to AP and from AP to O&M and OFTO

Act as technical go-to person for Protection and HV Components related aspects on the EPC onshore/offshore substation

Present the protection aspects and challenges to stakeholders and communicate with PMs

Participation in relevant project and contractor meetings.

Present the HV Components aspects and challenges to stakeholders and communicate with PMs

Participate in design risk assessments

Support interface management and coordination between the EPC contractor and the client to ensure integration of the wind farm

Review RDS-PP numbering of assets

Review design documentation, construction drawings and as built documentation

Review design, sizing calculation, interface engineering, SCS network and architecture

Witness FAT/SAT/commissioning SIT and energization.

Review of fault finding and root cause analysis within the substation to ensure quality of mitigation.

Review of As-built documentation, drawings, settings

Input to project operation and maintenance manuals.

Represent the client for Handover from Project to O&M.

AP/O&M handover report

Take-over certificate

Lessons learned

Technical assessment reports and decision nots for technical problem solving

 

Skills and Experience

 

Recommendation of technical project changes related to the Protection and HV Components scopes

BSc. / MSc within electrical engineering.

Broad experience with electrical engineering, operations and maintenance within the offshore and onshore industry, protection systems, HV equipment, civil and structural interfaces, suppliers, technical and system analysis software.

Understanding and experience with technical aspects of the departments field of work with the focus on protection systems and HV components.

Structured, systematic and advanced written and spoken communication and presentation skills in English and the evt. local language

Follow design, fabrication, installation, testing and commissioning activities of the protection system and the HV components scope to ensure that the delivered scope meets technical requirements and quality criteria.

 

If you are a HV Components & Protection Engineer looking for work in Germany, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10163
COMMISSIONING
Germany
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Materials Engineer

MATERIALS ENGINEER

 

LONDON

 

 

A Materials Engineer is required to work for a leading infrastructure client, to be hired on a staff basis in London.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Organize concrete trials in accordance with construction programme

Manage concrete trials on site or at the batching plant as described in the Inspection and test Plan (ITP) and in the Works Inspection Request (WIR)

Draft Concrete Trials Reports

Manage interface between Site Teams, subcontractors and concrete suppliers

Attend Construction meetings and Quality meetings

Attend pre-pour and post-pour inspections on site

Draft Thermal Plans + Installation of thermocouples in massive concrete structures + Collection and analysis of data

Manage the Materials Compliance Requests (MCR) in connection with site teams, ensuring timely completion, acceptance and distribution of documents

Manage the Plant and Materials Schedule and the MCR Dashboard including monthly submission to Tideway

Maintain other critical document registers / trackers e.g. Concrete Mix Designs, Technical Notes, Technical data of concrete components

Manage concrete quality testing record with the laboratory manager and Quality team

Demonstrate a personal commitment to safety

Contribute to safety initiatives

Promote and maintain a positive safety culture on the project

Do not ignore unsafe behaviour

Proactively take measures to eliminate/ minimise potential environmental impacts

Demonstrate a personal commitment to environmental issues

Follow project Quality procedures

Be responsible for the quality of your own work

Willingness to learn and continuous improvement    Engineering/Planning

Contribute proactively to the development of more efficient systems / processes

Understand key milestones and priorities

Work to the deadlines required by your manager

Act in the best interests of the Project in all dealings with the client, suppliers, workforce and public

Able to work collaboratively within a team to achieve deadlines

Good level of written and spoken English     General:

Good attendance and timekeeping essential

Resolve inconsistencies where possible and seek advice when considered necessary

 

 

Skills and Experience

 

2-3 years minimum experience as concrete engineer on construction project

Good organisation skills and reporting

Able to work accurately and appreciate its importance to the team.

Competent user of computer software packages in particular Microsoft Office

A willingness to learn with appropriate instruction

Office experience (desirable)

Good standards of written and verbal communication

Organized and able to prioritise workload

 

If you are a Materials Engineer looking for work in London, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10114
PROCUREMENT
London
Permanent
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Subcontract Manager

SUBCONTRACT MANAGER required by our Client, an International Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, Virginia.

Duration:          Permanent

POSITION SCOPE

Reporting to: Contract Manager

You will support the Project Design-Build Manager and the Project Contract Manager in the management of the Design Services Agreement.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Engage with the project’s engineering team, attend general design meetings, or specific task force meetings as needed to acquire the necessary level of understanding of technical issues with commercial implications.

Monitor the Design Joint Venture’s (DJV) compliance with the terms and conditions of the Design Services Agreement (DSA). Inform the Design-Build Manager and the Contract Manager of any identified deviations and prepare formal notifications to the Designer.

Review the merit of the delay notifications submitted by the DJV. Formally validate or refute with the project’s Design-Build Managers’ prior approval.

Review the merit of the Potential Change Orders identified by the DJV. Formally validate or refute with Project Design-Build Managers’ prior approval.

Prepare instructions to the Designer for changes in their Scope of Services or Design Schedule.

Analyze the scope, schedule and pricing of the DJV’s Change Order Requests. Negotiate with the DJV and finalize the Change Orders.

Prepare and attend the bi-weekly change management meetings with the DJV. Maintain logs of

commercial correspondences.

Monitor the DJV’s progress in collaboration with the Project’s Scheduling department. Inform the Design-Build Manager and the Contract Manager of any identified deviations and prepare formal notifications to the Designer.

Review and comment the DJV’s Monthly Report.

Validate the DJV’s Monthly Payment Application.

Lead the efforts for submitting the Value Engineering Contractor Proposal (VECP) to the Owner

(VDOT), in collaboration with the other departments.

Review the Prime contract technical specifications, and understand the difference between

performance and prescriptive specifications.

It’s expected that the workload generated by the management of the DSA will start dwindling down by mid-2021. At that time, the Subcontract Manager will be progressively involved in the management of other major subcontracts and purchase orders related to the Project.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS:

Required

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Construction Management from an accredited institution

Minimum 5 years’ experience with construction and/or engineering subcontracts (writing, editing, supporting, etc.)

Preferred

Subcontract experience within a general contractor

Experience in heavy civil engineering design

Heavy civil construction knowledge

Detail-oriented

Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline-oriented capacity

 

Job Ref: 10092
ADMINISTRATION
Alexandria, Va - 22314
Permanent
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Project Director

PROJECT DIRECTOR

 

SCOTLAND

 

 

A Project Director is required to be hired on a staff basis in Scotland.

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

The successful candidate will have extensive experience in the successful delivery of £40m-£80m programmes of work, and technically & commercially complex portfolios / projects ideally within the high voltage transmission sector.

Ability to lead and function within a combined client and supplier partner team.

The role-holder will have the experience, energy and resilience as well as proven systems, techniques and methods to assess and deliver the project safely, on time and to budget.

The successful candidate will have in-depth knowledge of NEC3 forms of contract and will have experience of working within a JV environment.

The role-holder will have extensive knowledge of project planning, works management and stakeholder management.

The successful candidate will have a strong working knowledge of CDM Regulations and experience of leading project specific safety initiatives

Strong Leadership skills will be essential leading large project & operational teams

 

Skills and Experience

 

A Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent

Training in HSE management, eg IOSH/NEEBOSH or behavioural safety programmes

Formal Programme/Project management training eg APM

Training and experience in Contracts eg NEC3

Experience working within or leading Joint Ventures

Ability and experience in leading project teams 50+ FTEs

Available for start from October 2020, based in Scotland and be mobile across the UK

Experienced in design and build multi-discipline transmission substation projects (Renewable, Connection related or other equivalent Industry Sectors would also be suitable)

Effective and proven leadership skills

 

If you are a Project Director looking for work in Scotland, please don’t hesitate to apply now!

Job Ref: 10048
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
BT3 9DE, Belfast
Permanent
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10020 Maritime Equipment Manager

MARITIME EQUIPMENT MANAGER requried by our Client, an International Construction company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, Virginia.

Reporting to: Equipment Manager

POSITION SCOPE

You will design, develop, and take responsibility for the installation of ship machinery and related equipment including propulsion machines and power supply systems.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Supervise other engineers and crew members and train them for routine and emergency duties

Perform monitoring activities to ensure that ships comply with international regulations and standards for life-saving equipment and pollution preventatives

Prepare plans, estimates, design and construction schedules, and contract specifications, including any special provisions

Check, test, and maintain automatic controls and alarm systems

Evaluate operation of marine equipment during acceptance testing and shakedown cruise

Produce General Arrangement Drawings of anticipated marine fleet equipment including, crawler cranes on barges, ringer cranes on barges, and various marine facility support structures including floating docks

Generate and coordinate marine concepts drawings with outside engineering firms to develop designs for marine equipment and facilities

Coordinate maritime regulatory processes including: Barge stability analysis, ABS and Load-lineinspections and dockings, VGA reporting, and other maritime requirements as necessary with various agencies

Oversee barge/crane outfitting and marine facility installations to ensure the design criterial is met from an engineering aspect

Develop, implement, supervise and document an equipment maintenance program for over 50 floating assets including tugboats, cranes, winch systems, and other marine equipment

Produce comparisons and provide oversight of procurement for various marine equipment and related marine items

Engineer concept designs of barge fleeting systems including anchor systems and self-elevating spud systems

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical/Civil Engineering or Naval Architecture

Minimum 5 years of experience in Marine related Engineering work

Efficiency in AutoCAD, Excel, BlueBeam, and other related engineering software

Prefer a candidate with U.S. East Coast maritime experience/contacts and local marine familiarity

Administration and Management — Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources

English, Spanish, & French Language — Knowledge of the structure and content of the English, Spanish, & French language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar

mposition, and grammar.

Job Ref: 10020
CONSTRUCTION
Alexandria, Va - 22314
Permanent
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I852.PJT 10007 Project Engineer

PROJECT ENGINEER required by our client, an international Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.       
     
Duration: Permanent       
     
POSITION SCOPE        
     
As a Project Engineer you will have responsibility over tasks related to the collection of project data required to monitor project performance, budget, schedule and quality, ensuring all construction work complies with engineering standards, codes and contract specifications.     
     
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES        
     
Provides technical input for project work plan and scheduling. Identifying risk elements of production, materials, equipment or process that could negatively impact the budget or schedule.
Assists in the production and review of shop drawings, design specifications, material requirements and project data to ensure quality and contract specification compliance.
Assists the development of design drawings and provides technical input, as needed.
Meets with engineering team to review production schedule and confirm all materials, equipment and resources are readily available for production to continue on schedule and within budget.
Evaluates weekly and monthly production, schedule and budget projections to accurately track project performance. Documents daily activities in project approved methods and technologies.
Reviews project schedule updates weekly for owner and management reporting. Attends weekly regular meetings where required and presents on project production status as needed.
Prepares and manages a three-week work plan. Notifies engineering and project management of any significant schedule changes and develops solutions to mitigate delays and cost.
Initiates and manages Requests for Information (RFIs), as needed by project.
Remits accurate project quantities using assigned project cost coding to ensure project financials are accurately reported. In collaboration with the project accounting team oversees invoices regarding materials, equipment and subcontractor needs.
Supports engineering team with quality assurance as needed. Reviews certificates and permits needed to perform work.
Reviews required Job Hazard Analysis (JHAs) to ensure a safe and compliance work environment for all construction personnel. Participates in all weekly safety meetings with field team and project leadership; presents field analysis as needed.
Assists the project team with project schedule, budget and cost parameters by providing technical input as needed.
Coordinates subcontractor work methods, schedule and crews as needed.
Perform additional assignments per management's direction.
Where relevant, insert any specific knowledge/responsibility  as required: structures, marine, ITS, tunneling etc.
 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS        
 

Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or a related field required.
*6+ years construction engineering experience required.
**10+ years construction engineering experience required.
Where relevant, insert any specific knowledge as required: structures, marine, ITS, tunneling etc.
Proven skill and ability in managing and providing technical input to engineering teams in a design build environment, setting clear expectations and delegating tasks to direct reports regarding role and responsibilities as required.
Advanced planning and scheduling skills required.
Able to manage multiple engineering tasks in a fast paced environment and progress them all towards a common goal.
Advanced knowledge of contract specifications and quality assurance practices.
Able to identify budget and project costs and recommend options to mitigate project delays.
Strong verbal, written and presentation skills.
Strong knowledge of financial reporting methods, quantity tracking methods and cost coding.
Able to drive direct reports and influence non-reporting teams towards a common deliverable.
Able to identify and implement growth opportunities in direct reports to build talent development within project team.
Ability to assume responsibility, interface and communicate effectively with others.
 

Job Ref: 10007
CONSTRUCTION
Alexandria, Va - 22314
Permanent
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I952.PMR 10084 Field Engineer

FIELD ENGINEER required by our client, an international Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.

 

Duration: Permanent

 

POSITION SCOPE

 

As a Field Engineer you will provide technical engineering information to the relevant project stakeholders to ensure construction work complies with all engineering standards, codes and contract specifications.

 

 

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Collects, coordinates and analyzes shop drawings, design specifications, material requirements and project data through the duration of the project to ensure quality and contract specification compliance.
  • Works with project team to plan field layout on the project site, ensuring appropriate utility and commercial lines are marked before production begins.
  • Assists the estimating team with project schedules and provides technical input as needed.
  • Assists the development of design drawings and provides technical input, as needed.
  • Coordinates subcontractor work methods, schedule and crews as needed.
  • Meets daily with project crews to review production schedule and confirm all materials, equipment and resources are readily available for production to continue on schedule and within budget.
  • Provides technical input for project work plan and scheduling. Identifying risk elements of production, materials, equipment or process that could negatively impact the budget or schedule.
  • Evaluates daily production, schedule and budget projections to accurately track project performance. Documents daily activities in Company approved methods and technologies.
  • Notifies team members and manager of any significant schedule changes and recommends solutions for management consideration.
  • Remits accurate project quantity input and controls using assigned project cost coding to ensure project financials are accurately reported. Manages cost coding with project finance and accounting teams regarding employee time, materials, equipment and subcontractor needs.
  • Reviews project specifications for quality assurance at regular intervals. Initiates and manages appropriate certificates, inspections and other documentation regarding construction production on the project site.
  • Reviews and approves daily timecards for all construction crews, working with Office Manager, payroll and job construction supervisors to resolve queries, as needed.
  • Maintains knowledge of Company and Project values and strategic plan.
  • Perform additional assignments per management's direction
  • Where relevant, insert any specific knowledge/responsibility as required: structures, marine, ITS,

 

 

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or a related field required.
  • **1+ years of construction engineering experience on heavy civil construction projects required
  • **3+ years of construction engineering experience on heavy civil construction projects required.
  • Where relevant, insert any specific knowledge as required: structures, marine, ITS, tunneling etc.
  • Knowledge of construction equipment & techniques, drawing & specifications, building materials and required standards applicable to the project.
  • Previous experience in cost coding, cost savings, budget and other project related financial implications strongly preferred.
  • Knowledge of construction scheduling processes and production time management preferred.
  • Ability to assume responsibility, interface and communicate effectively with others.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced environment.
  • Skill in verbal and written communication needed.
Job Ref: 9841
CONSTRUCTION
Permanent
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I972.CSPV 9744 General Superintendent

SUPERINTENDENT required by our Client, to be hired on a permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.

 

Duration: Permanent

 

 

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Supervises assigned project work and liaises between field engineering, estimating, and workforce to ensure project compliance with contract drawings and specifications.
  • Plans work methods, materials, equipment needs and work schedule for assigned project work. Reviews daily work schedule with direct reports and provides input for weekly/monthly schedule updates based on project feedback.
  • Reviews and understands the project specifications to support job set up activities. Works with work crews, field engineers and local utility companies to identify hazardous areas on job site.
  • Presents production work plan during initial project meeting to ensure all project crews and leaders are in alignment.
  • Coordinates with internal equipment team and external vendors to ensure that project is equipped with appropriate equipment and material quantities to complete production within assigned budget and schedule.
  • Forecasts the work schedule to identify possible issues and provides technical or scheduling recommendations to mitigate production issues.
  • Provides technical input to identify and resolve project risks including construction methods, work plan and material requirements, safety and schedule activities. Documents daily activities and meeting notes using Company approved document methods.
  • Coordinates with internal and external departments to ensure all mandated inspections are completed within requested timeframes.
  • Supports and promotes strict adherence to safety and process controls regarding operating equipment, worksite safety and documentation requirements.
  • Supervises sub-contractor production and workforce regarding assigned project work. Recommends work schedule or work method adjustments regarding sub-contractor activities, as needed.
  • Coordinates project close out activities in line with project standards and Owner checklist requirements.
  • Performs additional assignments per management’s direction.
  • Specific knowledge/responsibility with substructures and SOE.

 

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • *5+ years of heavy civil construction experience (roads/bridges/marine/tunneling), with at least 3+ years management experience required.
  • **10+ years of heavy civil construction experience (roads/bridges/marine/tunneling), with at least 7+ years management experience required
  • Specific knowledge/responsibility with substructures and SOE.
  • Bachelor's Degree considered a plus.
  • Safety Trained Supervisor (STS) certification preferred.
  • Valid Driver’s License.
  • Strong written, verbal and presentation communication skills required.
  • Strong leadership capability with internal drive to mentor and grow internal talent.
  • Advanced knowledge of construction site equipment operation and maintenance requirements.
  • Advanced knowledge of construction site safety protocols and proven ability to enforce project safety programs.
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret standards and contract specific plans and specifications.
  • Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistics, and fundamentals geometry. Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Job Ref: 8242
CONSTRUCTION
Permanent
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O1100.OTH 8829 Upcoming Opportunties in the United Kingdom

UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE United Kingdom
 
INDUSTRY SECTORS: Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Power, Infrastructure      
       
Mentor has some exciting potential opportunities in the United Kingdom over the next few months and we are keen to hear from experienced Managers and Engineers within the Energy & Infrastructure industries. If you are interested in being considered for any positions arising, please send us your CV – we look forward to hearing from you.  
Job Ref: 7003
OTHER
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