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METERING ENGINEER

METERING ENGINEER required by our Client, a Renewable and Energy Operator, to be assigned on a contract basis, located in Gentofte, Denmark.

POSITION SCOPE

You’ll be part of our Metering team where you, together with your colleagues, will be responsible for the engineering of high voltage metering systems for offshore wind farm projects around the world. A part of your job will be to define requirements with metering contractors and make sure that they perform as expected while participating in various testing and being responsible for the final handover to Operations. As the technically responsible person, you’ll handle all internal alignments with all neighboring scopes.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Handling project-related contractual and technical communication with contractors
  • Handling all project related activities required for the Metering delivery.
  • managing FAT, SAT, SIT, commissioning, and subsequent handover to O&M, including general follow-up
  • Ensuring that the right cybersecurity level is implemented on the metering systems, fulfilling both country specific and our global requirements.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree in electrical engineering and experience with automation and metering systems from a similar industry, preferably within the energy sector.
  • Experience with analysis of electrical circuit diagrams and have experience with electrical cabinet design.
  • Can handle many interfaces towards neighboring systems and speak and write English fluently
  • Experience with design, specification, configuration, and test of metering systems.
  • Can foresee possible obstructions which may affect the progress, are dedicated to performing at a high level and, together with the team, deliver within deadlines.
  • Have knowledge on CT’s and VT’s in high voltage environments
Job Ref: 13059
ADMINISTRATION
United Kingdom
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Drilling HSE Advisor

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

Duration                     12 months (renewable)
Rotation                     28 Days ON x 28 Days OFF

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide HSE leadership, advice, guidance, and support on all drilling and well services operations on rig and rigless locations.
  • Develop drilling and well services operations HSE manuals and procedures.
  • Conduct HSE trainings related to PTW. Risk Assessment, HSE Auditing and Safety Observation processes.
  • Train, coach and develop personnel in HSE to influence on HSE culture by spreading awareness, education to the staff.
  • Develop HSE KPI’s, HSE training needs, for DRL/WS teams and operations.
  • Develop HSE improvement plan for DRL/WS and benchmarking.
  • Manage and promote HSE during Drilling operations by Contractor.
  • Provision of HSE technical support and advice in the operational areas in order to improve HSE performance.
  • Provide technical problem solving, risk management, accident prevention, environmental awareness to the operational supervisors.
  • Provide recommendations for corrective actions by participation in accident & incident investigation.
  • Advice on the development of HSE plans and coordinate the implementation to prevent damage, through safety innovation.
  • Conduct HSE inspections in order to identify areas of improvement and best practices.
  • Execution of all HSE audits and inspections with follow-up on open actions.
  • Conduct and participate in camp health and hygiene inspections.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Minimum NEBOSH certificate qualification with 10+ years proven experience in a HSE capacity within the Oil & Gas industry.
  • Qualified by a recognized HSE training body such as (NEBOSH, IOSH, OSHA). 
  • Trained in accident/incident investigation system such as TapRoot
  • Have knowledge in contractor technical evaluation in terms of HSE compliance during tendering.
  • Knowledge and experience of SIMOPS, energy isolations and PTW systems
  • Experience of mentoring and coaching nationals in progressive HSE roles
Job Ref: 13058
QUALITY, HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT
Algeria
Contract
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Lead Marine Assurance

LEAD MARINE ASSURANCE required by our Client, within the Renewables industry, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Boston, MA or fully remote if you do not wish to relocate.

POSITION SCOPE 

The Lead Marine Assurance is a key role within the Offshore Renewables Business, focusing on the delivery of large-scale offshore wind projects and providing support to the Development, Construction and Operations teams during the projects life cycle while acting as the point person for the project for managing the Marine risks and assurances.

The Lead Marine Assurance is responsible for implementing robust technical, cost-effective strategies and plans, tendering, negotiating, and managing offshore supply, installation, and maintenance contracts, planning, and implementing delivery and logistics, complying with company and business standards and technical acceptance criteria, and ensuring quality, best practices and H&SE performance are applied. The candidate will be managing marine assurance activities and decisions. They will also frequently support of the Marine Operations team with technical and operational expertise. 

 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES  

  • Lead Marine Assurance is a cross package role within one of Iberdrola’s offshore projects worldwide, providing key specialist technical advice, assessment, and recommendations to ensure delivery of a multi-contract package within time, to budget and quality following industry best practice and observing the maximum respect for Health, Safety, and the Environment to ensure regulatory and legal compliance.
  • Provide professional advice regarding marine assurance / technical strategies / risk levels and commercial agreements to the packages, to ensure that cost effective technical solutions are identified, fully evaluated and the associated marine risk profile is fully understood by the project. Domain awareness includes but is not limited to all matters relating environmental consent compliance, marine navigation, radar, communications systems, shipping, and ports.
  • Manage and document appropriately the marine aspects of the Development, Construction and Operations activities in the delivery of large-scale offshore wind projects for all projects in the offshore portfolio. This includes all matters relating to marine navigation, radar, shipping, and ports.
  • Ensure that all assessments, advice, and recommendations are fully documented in accordance with all internal procedures and industry best practice, and that enough technical and commercial due diligence (whether internal or external) exists to support those business decisions.
  • Manage tender process and tender assessment for specialist marine services and take forward recommendations for business approval (ISM audits, AVI inspections, charter party agreements).
  • To manage and co-ordinate marine technical and operational support to the marine and site operation department and respective projects to enable consent, build and operation of offshore assets.
  • Responsible for ensuring marine assurance process, as appropriate is completed, and documented for marine spread, entering, operating, and exiting operations on SPR sites.
  • Ensure compliance throughout the life cycle of the project from Development, Consent, Construction and Decommissioning.
  • Manage external service consultants to ensure Navigational Risk Assessments, ERCoP etc are prepared in compliance with relevant state requirements.
  • Manage and develop internal knowledge and understanding of marine activities for offshore wind developments.
  • Production of work scopes and specifications for delivery of specialist marine services and studies.
  • Deliver consistent, high-quality, cost-effective specialist technical advice to the key packages and projects.
  • Ensure that health and safety and environmental requirements are fully considered and adhered to in design to ensure compliance with legislation and industry best practice.
  • Maintain full awareness of the latest technical and commercial developments and identify suitable new software, technology and analytical techniques that has the potential to reduce cost and risk or improve safety.
  • Implement offshore standards, procedures, tools, best practices, and quality requirements for key work packages to ensure that packages are delivered according to specification, budget, and program without compromising safety.
  • Coordinate responses to public consultations on behalf of Offshore Development team in liaison with Markets and Regulations teams.
  • Manage and develop internal knowledge and understanding of marine activities for offshore wind developments.
  • Support the development of procedures in compliance with G+ Small Vessel Operating Guidelines such as Marine Coordination and Master’s Handbook
  • Manage marine interfaces between projects; provide feedback to industry standards and commercial best practices.
  • Manage co-ordination of marine interests of development-construction-operations, particularly monitoring/feedback.
  • Marine liaison during execution to ensure marine inspection/audit non-conformities are closed and vessels are presented ready in all regards, with auditable records to commence operations.
  • Ensure that appropriate lessons learned regarding offshore wind farm development and construction are captured and shared across the different Offshore Project work packages. Collaborate with the Lead/Principal Specialist to ensure that the specialist team implements them to enhance business value.
  • Represent company on industry forums, leading industry national and international standards regarding offshore processes.

 EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS 

  • Minimum 6 years’ experience in offshore and/or maritime works.
  • Sea-going experience as Master or Chief Officer, with direct, relevant operational experience to be a marine operations team member in the construction and maintenance of offshore wind farms.
  • Marine related Bachelor’s Degree, such as naval architecture or Certified Master or Chief Mate (Unlimited STCW 11/2) with shore-based experience.
  • Experience with OVID or IMCA Inspection documents (CMID & MISW)
  • Experience with Safety Management System application or management.
  • Substantial experience designing and working in the offshore industry, preferably offshore wind.
  • Substantial experience in health and safety and environmental regulations and policy application associated with construction, marine and/or offshore projects.
  • Sound relationship management skills and confidence working with Senior Management.
  • Proven communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to influence and develop key specialist decisions.
  • Excellent report writing, presentation skills and ability to summarize key parameters and drivers impacting the package.
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • Innovative and creative thinking.
  • Problem solving – dealing with diverse and at time conflicting requirements.
  • Tenacity, persistence, and determination to succeed in overcoming obstacles.
  • High capacity for change and experience of leading others through change.
  • Proven ability in giving accurate, concise, and timely advice to development teams.
  • Project Management knowledge desired.

Minimum Criteria

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a Marine related subject, such as naval architecture or Certified Chief Mate with shore-based experience, or equivalent professional experience.
  • Relevant experience within offshore/marine/renewable sectors. 
  • IT literate with the ability to operate MS Office systems and project management software.
  • Flexible to travel around the US and overseas.
  • Experience in OVID or IMCA Inspection documents CMID & MISW
  • Project management capability.
  • SAP experience
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Ability to communicate verbally and in writing across various levels 
  • Flexible, team player and can work in multi-cultural teams 
Job Ref: 13050
ENGINEERS
United States
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Commissioning Isolation Specialist – Electrical LOTO

COMMISSIONING ISOLATION SPECIALIST (ELECTRICAL) required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Ensenada, Mexico.

DURATION         12 months on-going

POSITION SCOPE

The Isolation Specialist is primarily responsible for the oversight of the isolation for safe work that is implemented for work in new and existing facilities. This role will liaison between E&C, Operations, and Contractor to ensure isolation is performed adequately and in accordance with project and industry requirements. This position will assist with construction, (pre )commissioning and start-up activities

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Shall be familiar with Operations and LOTO process
  • Responsible for following the oversight of the isolation for safe work
  • Ensure isolation in the field is properly administered and controlled
  • Attend planning and SIMOPS meetings and provide feedback to the team and management on isolation management status
  • Ensure a tracking mechanism is in place to monitor the isolation status
  • Be capable of reading and interpreting project drawings to ensure proper isolation has been implemented
  • Will have to be capable of working days or nights depending on project requirements
  • Perform other duties as assigned (no more than 5% of duties)
  • Have an excellent verbal and written communication skills
Job Ref: 13037
COMMISSIONING
Mexico
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PROJECT MANAGER

PROJECT MANAGER required by our client, a Renewable and Energy Company, to be assigned on a Contract basis located in United Kingdom, Grimsby Lincolnshire.

DURATION          1 year contract

POSITION SCOPE

Reporting to Senior Project Manager. You’ll be part of Project & Campaign Management where you, together with your colleagues, will develop and drive all regional project, contractor, and site activities into a campaign-led project to ensure that the region’s needs are met to support our offshore wind farms. Your team will ensure a high standard of safety and quality.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensuring operational readiness, preparation, and auditability of a diverse range of projects with varying degrees of complexity and be the point of contact in our global support function.
  • Ensuring facilitation services for project mobilisation for work execution while capturing and ensuring process adherence with a campaign-led methodology
  • Leading project meetings and being responsible for process confirmation for project onboarding, e.g., kick off, mobilisation, execution, and close-out.
  • Ensuring continuous improvement of projects on site by capturing lessons learnt, feeding these to our support functions, and assisting with the update of processes.
  • Providing support in decision-making for all projects mobilising in region and ensuring consistent and optimised work scope readiness is adopted across East coast sites.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Highly focused on safety with excellent working knowledge of HSE or CDM regulations, preferably hold a NEBOSH qualification.
  • Can set a high standard and always strive for more.
  • have robust and proven stakeholder management experience with the ability to Build and maintain solid relationships and ensure confidence from your stakeholders.
  • Responsible for work scope execution governance within your specific area and can understand, interpret, and adapt processes for the betterment and optimisation.
  • Have some project management experience with a specific focus on efficiency and governance.
Job Ref: 13035
ADMINISTRATION
United Kingdom
Contract
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CIVIL QA/QC Lead

CIVIL QA/QC LEAD required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique.

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

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 

  • Primary objective is to ensure that all project Civil QA/QC activities are conducted in a manner compliant with project requirements with EPC Contractor as per project rules including project objectives for HSE, quality, schedule, and cost aspect.
  • Analyse and report performance of all Contractors and Subcontractors activities, identify any deviations/risks and contribute to timely propose mitigations to PMT
  • Act as primary QA / QC / Inspection Representative with main Contractor ensuring that he is fully conversant and compliant with all Company project QA / QC / Inspection related standards and procedures.
  • Review/comment on contractors’ quality plans, ITPs, and related documentation
  • Manage the following Site QA / QC / Inspection interfaces and ensure that Company / Project standards and procedures are fully aligned.
  • Advise Area Manager and other Discipline Superintendents on all aspects of QA / QC / Inspection Management and ensure that interfaces with other disciplines are managed effectively.
  • Supervise and control the Contractors, their sub-contractors and extended supply chain in all QA/QC and Inspection activities, to ensure that the Plant is constructed in compliance with company specifications, agreed external specifications, approved procedures, and drawings, etc.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Engineering degree or equivalent in related discipline with post qualification in QA and QC/Inspection within Oil & Gas
  • 15 years’ experience in related discipline works and a suitable general knowledge in oil and gas industry. Minimum 10 years of specific CIVIL QA/QC previous experience.
  • Full understanding of areas critical to the success of large complex projects: safety, environmental, work organization, cost, schedule, quality, organizational competency, and reputational risk.
  • Strong English written and verbal communication skills required. Portuguese or French is advantageous.
Job Ref: 13033
ENGINEERS
Mozambique
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PACKAGE ENGINEER

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

DURATION       1 year contract with possible extensions

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assure the Package Equipment discipline issuance, review, and approval of around 5,000 technical documents.
  • Ensure all Project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented. Ensure HSE is emphasized throughout all Mechanical design activities. Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.
  • Perform the review of Package Equipment detailed engineering works (deliverables both from the Contractor and the Vendors) in compliance with Project Scope of Work, Specifications and Procedures, discipline requirements and international codes.
  • Identify any deviation from the Project Basis of Requirements and reporting these to the Mechanical Engineering Manager.
  • Offer technical support to the replies to Contractor and Vendors clarifications and derogations requests.
  • Participate, in coordination, with Lead Rotating Equipment Engineer to the Inspection and Tests Plans (ITP) and FAT preparation and execution. To attend meetings / FATs with Vendors where necessary.
  • Assist with the review of the other discipline deliverables and participate to HAZOPs.
  • Report to the Mechanical Engineering Manager any area of concern concerning quality or discipline progress.
  • Ensure the quality and completeness of Package Equipment Final Documentation (deliverables both from the Contractor and the Vendors):
  • In compliance with project scope of work, specifications, and procedures.
  • Allowing an adequate hand-over to the Operation of the Subsidiary
  • At Site, ensure that package equipment is commissioned and started up as per detailed engineering documentation and accordingly to Vendor recommendations. To provide support and search for Vendor assistance if needed.
  • Support and enforce the HSEQ Project objectives and directives in compliance with the Project HSEQ management system.
  • During site activities, avoid Contractor stand-by / delay by answering quickly to site queries and unexpected technical site problems, oversee rectification of punch list items, and completion of on-site tests, and oversee erection of all discipline-related equipment.

CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.
  • Registered Chartered Engineer, PE or equivalent preferred
  • Eight (8) or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects. Operator / Client experience preferred. 
  • Expertise on design and operation of package equipment.
  • Supervisory experience related to plant and project engineering with increasing size and responsibility.
  • Proficient in English language.
Job Ref: 13032
ADMINISTRATION
United Kingdom
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STATIC ENGINEER

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

DURATION       1 year contract with possible extensions

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Reporting to Mechanical Engineering Manager.
  • Assure the static and thermal equipment discipline issuance, review, and approval of around 8,000 technical documents.
  • Ensure all Project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented. Ensure HSE is emphasized throughout all mechanical design activities. Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.
  • Perform the review of static equipment detailed engineering works (deliverables both from the Contractor and the Vendors) in compliance with project scope of work, specifications and procedures, discipline requirements and international codes.
  • Identify any deviation from the project basis of requirements and reporting these to the Mechanical Engineering Manager.
  • Offer technical support to the replies to Contractor and Vendors clarifications and derogations requests.
  • Participate, in coordination with others, to the Inspection and Tests Plans (ITP) and FAT preparation and execution. Attend meetings / FATs with Vendors where necessary.
  • Assist with the review of the other discipline deliverables and participate to HAZOPs.
  • Report to the Mechanical Engineering Manager any area of concern concerning quality or discipline progress.
  • Ensure the quality and completeness of static equipment final documentation (deliverables both from the Contractor and the Vendors):
    • In compliance with Project Scope of Work, Specifications and Procedures.
    • Allowing an adequate hand-over to the Operation of the Subsidiary
  • At Site, ensure that static equipment is commissioned and started up as per detailed engineering documentation and accordingly to Vendor recommendations. To provide support and search for Vendor assistance if needed.
  • Support and enforce the HSEQ Project objectives and directives in compliance with the Project HSEQ management system.
  • During site activities, avoid Contractor stand-by / delay by answering quickly to site queries and unexpected technical site problems, oversee rectification of punch list items, and completion of on-site tests, and oversee erection of all discipline-related equipment.

CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.
  • Registered Chartered Engineer, PE or equivalent preferred
  • Proficient in English language.
  • Eight (8) or more years’ experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Expertise on the design of Static and Thermal Equipment, including Main Cryogenic Heat Exchanger, other heat exchangers, Flare Systems, Slug Catcher, etc.
  • Supervisory experience related to plant and project engineering with increasing size and responsibility.

 

Job Ref: 13031
ADMINISTRATION
United Kingdom
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

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

DURATION       1 year contract with possible extensions

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Reporting to Lead Electrical Engineer.
  • Work in the electrical discipline organization of around 3 FTE on Company’s side and around 70 FTE on Contractor’s side.
  • Assure the electrical discipline issuance, review, and approval of around 4,000 technical documents.
  • Manage the electrical discipline development of engineering specifications and provide quality assurance in the procurement of materials, equipment, and services to ensure conformity with sound engineering practice and cost effectiveness. Direct management of 12 POs of a value of around USD 240 Million. Support to other discipline leaders on the overall 177 PO’s having a total value of USD 3 Billion.
  • Ensure all project HSE requirements are adhered to and implemented. Ensure HSE is emphasized throughout all design activities. Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.
  • Work on the final stages of electrical design oversight and assurance effort for the entire facility. Liaise with EPC contractor staff to finish the detailed engineering, including review of specifications, drawings, vendor documentation, deviation requests, etc.
  • Work with company Automation and I&C Engineers and EPC Contractor to execute the IFAT of the ICSS which includes the EMCS, electrical monitoring and control system.
  • Manage the inspections and FATs of the Pre-Packaged Electrical Substation Buildings (PESBs).
  • Resolve pending open design issues associated with the electrical discipline.
  • Ensure that all major equipment packages interfaces with the electrical system are provided in accordance with project specifications and are tested during a package FAT or IFAT if necessary.
  • Ensure that all electrical equipment that was placed in preservation is fit for duty and can be shipped to site.
  • Ensure the technical integrity of the EPC contractor’s power system engineering and design during EPC execution.
  • Participate in FATs for major power system components including power generators, large power transformers, cables, high voltage switchgear, large motors, and large variable speed drives, etc.
  • Participate in P&ID reviews, HAZOP, and other safety review meetings,
  • Review the appropriate EPC deliverables, not necessarily limited to Electrical areas.
  • Oversight and coordination of Contractor planning and execution activities, with focus on Electrical engineering activities, but familiarity with multidisciplinary engineering execution, and procurement.
  • Assist the Lead Electrical Engineer in ensuring the Electrical Discipline technical portions of the EPC contract is adhered to during execution.
  • During site activities, avoid Contractor stand-by / delay by answering quickly to site queries and unexpected technical site problems, oversee rectification of punch list items, and completion of on-site tests, and oversee erection of all discipline-related equipment.

CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.
  • Registered as a Chartered Engineer, PE or equivalent preferred
  • Proficient in English language.
  • Eight (8) or more years of relevant experience in Oil and Gas and large projects.
  • Supervisory experience related to plant and project engineering with increasing size and responsibility.
Job Ref: 13030
ADMINISTRATION
United Kingdom
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Punch Coordinator

PUNCH COORDINATOR is required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Contractor, to be assigned on a contract basis, located in Ensenada, Mexico.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Control and manage all punch items issued and recorded within the EasyPlant database, during ECA LNG Pre-commissioning and commissioning activities. 
  • Understand and comply with HSE project plans & rules and ensure safe practices during supervision/execution.
  • Monitor compliance from all parties with the approved Project Punch Management Procedure.
  • Monitor the status of the contractor construction punch list systems within EasyPlant.
  • Promote / ensure safety within the commissioning activities and verify that safety procedures. and permit to work system are implemented by the ECA LNG EPCC Contractor Commissioning Team.
  • Monitor, track and ensure all punch list items have been collected by Contractor and designated correctly within the EasyPlant punch list database.
  • Ensure the EasyPlant report issued by Contractor has collected and consolidated all outstanding punch list items, typically FAT, pre- commissioning, commissioning through to hand over.
  • Review all Punch List attached to RFC/MC and RFSU Certificates ensuring all items A for RFC/MC and B for RFSU have been closed out and classified correctly.
  • Follow up priorities for clearance and constantly monitor the Contractor’s Punch Killing Team and Punch List EasyPlant database, along with Commissioning Discipline Engineers, CSL and Completion Database Coordinator.
  • Monitor, follow up the status issued by CTR of material (if any) and/or vendors assistance if required for punch list clearance.
Job Ref: 13028
COMMISSIONING
Mexico
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Fabrication Manager

FABRICATION CONSTRUCTION MANAGER is required by our Client in the Oil & Energy sector to be assigned on a contract basis – located in Milan, Italy

DURATION                        12 months renewable

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Oversee and support the activities for the EPCC Contractors scope of prefabricated units (Piperack’s, modules, etc.)
  • Ensure safe project delivery, construction quality and compliance with schedule and cost targets
  • Support the EPCC Contractors team assigned to subcontractor’s modularization facility, ensuring delivery in compliance with all Project goals and targets, specifically, HSE, Quality and Schedule
  • Maintain ongoing communication with the Milan Office, Afungi Site Construction Team, OSBL and ISBL Managers at Site
  • Participate in the definition of the modularization contractual and the procurement management strategy
  • Define personnel recruitment requirement, participate in selection of personnel and develop coaching as required
  • Establish and manage a construction management team within prefabrication Subcontractor’s facility
  • Coordinate the interfaces between engineering, fabrication and construction activity relating to fabrication scopes
  • Provide construction execution expertise and guidance as required to the project as a whole
  • Provide regular contribution to the modularization project control and progress review (technical, schedule and costs) to optimize schedule and derisk project construction
  • Maintain effective working relations with relevant contractors to ensure that company objectives are met
  • Promote maximizing of local content within Project delivery expectations.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering
  • Major Oil and Gas project developments knowledge and experience, with Partner and Government reporting interfaces
  • A robust project, construction, and engineering background.
  • 10 years of experience in oil & gas activities especially in engineering, project, and constructions, including in the LNG industry and its various aspects (onshore plant, pipeline, jetties, and nearshore/offshore facilities).
Job Ref: 13009
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Italy
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Project Engineer

PROJECT ENGINEER is required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Contractor, to be assigned on a contract basis, located in New Iberia, Louisiana.

POSITION SCOPE

Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment where you can leverage your engineering expertise to bring complex projects to life? As a Petrochemical Project Engineer, you’ll play a vital role in overseeing the entire lifecycle of capital projects within the petrochemical industry.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage the execution of capital projects, ensuring they meet scope, schedule, and budget constraints.
  • Provide technical and project management oversight across project phases of construction, and chemical maintenance operations.
  • Collaborate with internal and external stakeholders, including engineering teams, contractors, licensors, and regulatory agencies.
  • Develop and maintain project plans, schedules, and budgets, identifying and mitigating potential risks.
  • Review and approve engineering designs and specifications.
  • Manage project costs and ensure adherence to financial budgets.
  • Track project progress and identify and address any deviations from the plan.
  • Prepare and deliver project status reports to management.
  • Coordinate the work of assigned staff and contractors.
  • Ensure compliance with all relevant safety, health, environmental (SHE), and quality standards.

 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related field.
  • Minimum of 3-5 years of experience in engineering or project management within the petrochemical industry (preferred).
  • Strong understanding of petrochemical processes and equipment.
  • Proven experience in project planning, scheduling, and budgeting.
  • Excellent communication, collaboration, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment.
  • Strong Excel Background required
  • Proficient in project management software (Primavera P6, or MS Project).
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Attention to detail and a commitment to quality.

BENEFITS

  • Competitive salary and benefits package.
  • Opportunity to work on challenging and rewarding projects.
  • Work in a dynamic and growing industry.
  • Potential for professional development and career advancement.
Job Ref: 13008
COMMISSIONING
United States
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Project Manager

PROJECT MANAGER is required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Contractor, to be assigned on a contract basis, located in New Iberia, Louisiana.

POSITION SCOPE

The Project Manager is responsible for managing projects within Pipeline, Process, and Industrial Services Division. This position plans all aspects of the job (equipment, personnel, costs, resource allocation) while adhering to HSEQ standards. The Project Manager guides and instructs field personnel through clear communication with assigned job leads or supervisors to ensure proper job execution. Working directly with the President, Operations Management team, and Estimators, the Project Manager provides the most profitable and economical solutions to client needs. This critical position is highly responsible for delivering successfully executed projects and positive client experiences.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage & Oversee projects from start to finish, following the approved budget.
  • Understand and manage HSEQ risks throughout the project, ensuring the company processes and systems meet or exceed client requirements.
  • Have a clear understanding of project deliverables and client expectations.
  • Perform on-site Project Management duties as requested.
  • Serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) for various projects as requested.
  • Assist the Estimator in bidding jobs.
  • Keep track of daily costs and ensure proper documentation is completed.
  • Clearly communicate project directions to the assigned job Lead or Supervisor.
  • Make Sales Calls with Business Development Representatives as requested.
  • Perform Site Visits as required.
  • Organize, administer, and attend pre-bid, pre-job, post-job, and project meetings internally and with clients.
  • Write Project Work Plans (PWP), Project Completion Reports (PCR), and other project-related technical writing.
  • Develop and Maintain client relationships.
  • Assist with developing training criteria for field employees and provide continuous feedback on job performance during and after projects.
  • Communicate with Clients on all levels.
  • Report, document and communicate all elements of Quality and Safety as relevant and within the scope of assignments.
  • Approve or disapprove all time for personnel allocated to respective projects.
  • Update resource management data in various software programs as required.
  • Understand and adhere to all applicable regulatory standards.
  • Ensure compliance with all the company policies and procedures.
  • Other duties as assigned.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • High School Diploma required.
  • Technical degree preferred.
  • PMP certification preferred.
  • Experience with the assigned discipline (CT operations, high-pressure pumping, production chemicals, etc.) preferred.
  • Experience in planning and managing large-scale projects preferred.
  • Education and experience may be substituted for one another.
Job Ref: 13007
COMMISSIONING
United States
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Offshore WTG Installation Manager

OFFSHORE WTG INSTALLATION MANAGER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in either England, Poland, or Denmark.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

WTG offshore installation manager working as part of our team on various WTG installation project duties. This may include supervising work offshore for short spells assisting in the back office with various tasks related to the work scope such as developing contracts, scope supervision reviewing or developing offshore installation schedules.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

The consultant must have or being willing to get GWO training to be able to visit an offshore WTG installation in progress. This will be at the expense of the supplier. To succeed in the role, the consultant has:

  • Great numeracy skills and a logical mind. High level of fluency in speaking and writing English, although it does not have to be your first language.
  • Good knowledge of the wind turbine installation vessel market and the most common installation concepts.
  • Understand how to achieve safe and high-quality construction or engineering project outcomes.
  • Great communication skills and can liaise and cooperate with both our client’s colleagues and counterparts from our suppliers.
  • A degree or equivalent in naval architecture, mechanical engineering, marine engineering, or equivalent.
  • Some experience of managing offshore installation scopes, similar construction scopes and/or including drafting contract specifications for heavy lifting, deck layout, and vessel mobilization.
  • Are bright, curious, and original and thrive within a team and as a leader.
Job Ref: 13006
ADMINISTRATION
United Kingdom
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Process Safety Engineer

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

DURATION                   12 months, renewable

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree in appropriate Engineering discipline.

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

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

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

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

  • Commissioning and start-up experience preferable

Job Ref: 13002
COMMISSIONING
Mozambique
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Grid Electrical Engineer

GRID ELECTRICAL ENGINEER required by our Client, within the Renewables industry, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Boston, MA.

POSITION SCOPE 

The Grid Electrical Engineer is a critical role within the Offshore Renewables Business, focusing on the delivery of large-scale offshore wind projects in the USA and overseas. The role will require an expertise in power system design and studies in general, ideally with knowledge related to offshore wind farms. Belonging to the Project Services department and reporting at the project level to the Electrical Design Manager, the Grid Electrical Engineer will be responsible for electrical studies, specification of main electrical equipment technical requirements, Wind farm control, grid connection interface and other electrical design aspects of projects.  Additionally, the Grid Electrical Engineer shall also assist in planning and implementing delivery of tasks associated with interfaces, defining company/business engineering standards and technical acceptance criteria, and ensuring quality, best practices and excellent H&SE Internal Use performance are applied.

 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support development of electrical studies for offshore wind projects.
  • Translate electrical studies results to electrical specifications for onshore and offshore equipment.
  • Support grid interconnection engineering.
  • Support development of renewable energy projects technical documentation such as interconnection agreements, facilities studies, permitting documents, local codes and regulations, electrical construction specifications as per reliability standards and requirements such as NERC, FERC etc.
  • Capture and Issue Lessons learned.
  • Manage and resolve a range of technical/engineering issues within key packages on a day to-day basis.
  • At short notice, act upon problems and ad-hoc projects without losing focus on major ongoing workload. Skills, Knowledge & Experience (to be posted)

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • 5 to 7 years of relevant work/industry experience.
  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering or a higher-level degree (e.g., MEng) desirable.
  • Extensive experience in power systems related to renewables, ideally offshore wind, covering transmission and generation projects in terms of design as well as system studies.
  • Expertise with electrical system modelling/analysis and studies, and proficiency in modelling software such as PSS/E, PSCAD, ASPEN, PowerFactory etc.
  • Extensive knowledge and experience related to large scale generation and related grid connections.
  • Knowledgeable in terms of IEEE, IEC, CIGRE etc.
  • Excellent report writing, presentation skills and ability to summarize key parameters and drivers impacting the project and business.
  • Innovative and creative thinking.
Job Ref: 13001
ENGINEERS
United States
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SENIOR CONTRACT ENGINEER SITE OPERATIONS

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

ROTATION                    28 ON /28 OFF

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Reporting: To the Director LNG Upstream.

The Job holder participates to the process of Contracts and Procurement entity by performing the following tasks:

  • Work closely with the DUET to create the contracts dossier, develop a clear definition of contractual responsibilities and discuss the agenda including:
  • Development of Contracting Strategy and issue Call for Tenders to find suitable expertise to support the different functions
  • Negotiation and analysis of commercial bids
  • Development of Recommendations to Award (RTA)
  • Ensure that all insurance issues of TEPMA1 assets and personnel are dealt with
  • Manage his/her performance by monitoring KPIs Ensure the update of the contract management tool
  • Keep informed of best practices in contracts procedures in other entities for improvement of contracts practices in TEPMA1
  • Use existing frame agreements

The Job holder executes the following contracts activities:

  • Prepare and maintain an up-to-date list of qualified contractors/suppliers/potential tenders/contracts with updated information in order to perform market studies; analyze and assess all possible answers from the market
  • Development of Contracting Strategy and issue Call for complex Tenders to find suitable expertise to support the different functions
  • Leading the presentation of RTA to the Contracts Committee or the appropriate DOA approver with a common recommendation with DUET
  • Establish the technical contracts and contractual agreements, directly participate to the most complex contracts
  • Conduct the commercial bid analysis and negotiation thereby creating a clear definition of responsibilities and documents together with the DUET
  • Take the leading role in Recommendation To Award (RTA) through Contracts Committee/DOA with common recommendation with DUET
  • Ensure the handover of contracts to the Partners’ Entities and monitor contractor’s performance with Duet
  • Assist C&P management in the settlement of claims and lawsuits, in relation with the Legal, Insurance, Finance and TEPMA1 Management by proposing strategies and actions and participating to the negotiations
  • Ensure monitoring on-going contracts status, participate in contract renewal and amendments discussions.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATION

C&P competencies

  • Advanced Contracts and Procurement Technical Competencies required
  • Basic or intermediate on other technical competencies
  • C&P tools advanced certification required
  • Good command of English language

Qualification and background

  • Diploma: Master
  • International Experience Required: Yes
  • Professional experience: 10-15 years (Minimum 2 years in technical contracts domain) with exposure on operations
  • Personal Abilities: Advanced Management, Advanced Human Relations, Problem Solving and Planning / organizing / coordinating / controlling. Excellent negotiation skills. Understanding of core operational activities and capability to handle different cross branch issues.
  • Mandatory capacity to train newly recruited C&P personnel with C&P Induction.
Job Ref: 12984
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Mozambique
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SENIOR INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST

SENIOR INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST required by our Client, a Renewable and Energy Operator, to be assigned on a contract basis, located in London, United Kingdom.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensure professional and timely Document Control support to a technical package
  • Ensure compliance to document and records management processes
  • proactively ensure implementation and communication of the document and records management requirements, responsibilities, tools, and processes
  • Ensure standardization & best practices to develop, improve & align documentation quality across Asset Projects and/or Production Line.
  • Establish and maintain communications with suppliers to ensure accurate and timely flow of the documentation deliverables
  • In corporation with the responsible package manager ensure that relevant supplier documentation deliverables are in accordance with contract requirements.
  • In corporation with the responsible package manager ensure that distribution and review matrixes exist and are always updated.
  • Promote document flow processes ensuring traceability of documentation 
  • Implement monthly review & quarterly baseline review of package master document registers against the contractual delivery plans. 
  • Ensure traceability of documentation by facilitate and ensure a controlled document review process
  • Ensure readiness of as-built packages
  • Support the documentation transfer to O&M and OFTO in close corporation with Records Manager
  • Support the quality team in their delivery of project quality standards and liaise with quality manager where sub-standard and non-conformances are identified within documentation and ensure close out of issue.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Basic Education: Minimum technical draughts person or document controller, preferred higher
  • education or above in Engineering/ Technology/Applied Sciences
  • Special Technical Courses: IT programmes on a user level. Aconex and Alfresco knowledge appreciated. 
  • Work life: Min. of 5-8 years as project documentation controller and/or QA/QC roles in engineering projects. Documented use and maintenance of technical archive systems 
Job Ref: 12979
ADMINISTRATION
United Kingdom
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QUALITY ADVISOR

QUALITY ADVISOR required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Norwich, United Kingdom.

POSITION SCOPE

As the project Quality Advisor, you will support the execution and integrity management of the Hornsea 03 Wind Farm project. You will be accountable for all Quality activities within assigned work packages, ensuring compliance with contractual requirements, our client’s/project QMS, regulatory and legal requirements.

The Quality advisor promotes and provides professional expert knowledge and guidance to managers, supervisors, and employees on quality practices, safety standards, and legal regulations, and supports identification and elimination of potential quality issues and ensures control measures are in place to reduce the cost of poor quality and non-conformances within the project.

Success criteria:
Acting as subject matter expert in managing Quality through providing advice on issues related to execution projects, as well as influencing the quality culture. You will help to ensure that Quality matters are high on the agenda in all packages and quality awareness is in focus amongst all contractors, as well as internally in in our client’s organisation.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain quality expert knowledge on best practice and QMS requirements.
  • Secure quality conformity using agreed processes and registers.
  • Support and promote development and use of our client’s management systems.
  • Proactive approach to quality risk management.
  • Good technical – and people skills.
  • Be clear, effective, and positive in verbal and written communication.
  • Maintain successful cooperation / collaboration with the quality stakeholders.
  • High work ethic and excellent behavior.
  • Demonstrate efficient and timely collaboration internally /externally.
  • Report reliable and timely quality data.
  • Demonstrate analytical and structured approach to daily workload.
  • It is generally the expectations that the advisor can apply advanced quality skills to the position; has experience within subject area and knows fundamental concepts, practices, and procedures related to quality and knows how to routinely apply knowledge of theories, methods, techniques, and processes to applicable scope of work. typical tasks (not exhaustive):
  • Supports the development and implementation of project quality assurance, management, and control strategy.
  • Provides Quality support and direction to the Project team for assigned work packages.
  • Quality Reviews on sites by validating if Contractors are following the procedures and checklists as referred in the Inspection Test Plan (ITP), if requested by the Project Quality Manager
  • Reporting, monitoring any NCR occurring, and communicating any Lessons Learned to stakeholders e.g., the Design Risk Assessment team or Construction Management.
  • Management of Quality performance data incl. supplier due diligence, audit, non-conformance, root cause analysis, key performance indictors and objectives for assigned work packages.
  • Performing Quality due diligence and readiness checks in relation to onshore and offshore activities
  • Manages quality assurance and control in relation to supplier and subcontractor evaluation, management, and product / service delivery across a diverse, multi-tiered supply chain.
  • Collaboration with Package and Engineering technical authorities e.g., Design, Transport & Installation, Construction, Fabrication (including NDT and Coatings) processes to ensure alignment with Quality requirements and deliverables.
  • Proactive engagement with Lessons Learned capture and implementation throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Management and delivery of the project audit programme within the assigned project work package(s)
  • Participate and contribute to all relevant site and project quality meetings
  • Deputises for the Project Quality Manager as required
  • Other tasks as required and agreed in cooperation with Project QHSE Manager

Deliverables:

  • Participate in regular quality meetings with contractor and package representatives
  • Perform quality presentations at kick off meetings
  • Quality inspection and site audits
  • Entry of quality incidents and proactive measures in Synergi
  • Monitor for trends in quality KPIs
  • Facilitate Quality investigations in identifying root causes and corrective actions

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 3-5 years’ work experience with Quality, ideally from relevant fields of industry with relevant academic or technical background
  • Experienced Projects and Operations Quality Professional.
  • Have a relevant technical or academic background, followed by documented experience of managing Quality within offshore projects
  • Lead by example when it comes to Quality and can remain calm even if pressure is getting high and resistance is met by colleagues, contractors, or stakeholders
  • Do not take ‘No’ for an answer if we can improve Quality and will strive to have high Quality standards.
  • Strong knowledge of Quality Standards: ISO 9001 Series
  • Proven problem-solving skills, analytical and systematic working approach
  • Extensive knowledge and application of the Quality discipline within Projects and Operations.
  • Renewables / Oil and Gas Sector knowledge and experience is desirable.
  • Strong working knowledge of technical codes and standards as relevant to Fabrication,
  • Electrical & Mechanical systems and Construction.
  • Strong working knowledge of contractual mechanisms applied within Renewables / Oil and Gas
  • Projects and associated Product and Service delivery is desirable.
  • Demonstrable experience in dealing with 3rd party contractors in relation to Quality.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, strong communication and presentation skills with international and culturally diverse teams
  • Qualified and experienced Lead Auditor(desirable)
  • IT literate (Microsoft office package, knowledge of Synergi is an advantage)
  • English language skills required

Desirable qualifications/experience:
 

  • Qualty degree qualification on Diploma or BS level
  • Qualified/certified Auditor.
  • Delivery of training courses / Material
  • Have a Global Wind Organization Standard Basic Safety Training (BST), and Oil & Gas UK medical certificate (incl. Chester step test) or equivalent, or have the ability to pass same (desirable)
Job Ref: 12977
ADMINISTRATION
United Kingdom
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SIMOPS PTW Controller/Coordinator

SIMOPS PTW CONTROLLER / COORDINATOR required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Ensenada, MX.

DURATION           12 months on-going

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Facilitate for Project activities the Client policies and procedures regarding control of work on the Existing Facilities, specifically Client permitting of activities and any potential for SIMOPs planning
  • Ensures that the Client OPTW process is known, understood and actively implemented by those throughout the Phase 1 Project team (both Client representatives and Contractor)
  • Accesses and utilizes the Project schedule and specifically the Contractor 3-week Lookahead (or other format as necessary) to assist in determining if upcoming Project activities have the potential to be impacted by Client approvals
  • Liaises directly with Client Pre-commissioning and Commissioning Site Lead, Start-Up Lead and Commissioning discipline Leads regarding ongoing Contractor site activities and upcoming field interfaces
  • Actively supports Job Safety Analysis (JSA)/ safety reviews. Ensures that JSAs for all Project activities are in place prior to work start. Coordinates with Client HSE team to address any readiness issues
  • Attends the Client periodic planning meetings to describe and represent Project activities to the coordinating team. Ensures that any identified issues or SIMOPs concerns are proactively returned to the Site Management team for action
  • Interfaces with Operations team to align their daily responsibilities and specific personnel needed for an early work start of Project activities in Existing Facilities. Ensures that approvers of all permit types (general as well as Client’s Hazardous Work Permits – OHWPs) are engaged and prepared to support
  • Ensures that Contractor representatives have access to all Client process tools so that they can prepare, review and submit OPTW for their activities. Manages the Client portal access for the electronic permit platform as well as the OHWP forms as needed
  • Provides technical support and assistance in activity planning, readiness checks, coordinating and team representation for Project activity within the Client Property and specifically the Existing Facilities
  • Assesses any Contractor activities within Contractor-controlled areas that may potentially impact Client-controlled areas or Client’s activities within or adjacent to Contractor-controlled areas
  • Coordinates the necessary permitting (Client or Contractor) for any Client E&C third party activities to be performed on the Property or the Existing Facilities
  • Accumulates Permit information history and develops charts and diagrams to demonstrate trends and issues to Site Management and the wider Owner management team
  • Supports the Client’s Site Records Management Procedure for any pertaining documentation. Assists in its implementation and proposes improvements as necessary
  • Champions the Client and Contractor policies on Health, Safety, Security and the Environment (HSSE). Inculcates a strong HSSE presence, understanding and application for all Project personnel
  • Performs other duties as assigned (no more than 10% of duties)
Job Ref: 12959
COMMISSIONING
Mexico
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OSS Structural Engineer

OSS STRUCTURAL ENGINEER required by our Client, within the Renewables industry, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Boston, MA.

POSITION SCOPE 

The Offshore Substation Structural Engineer is a critical role within the Offshore Wind Industry.  The individual will focus and get involved in platform structural design from concept to handover to operation, working with Multinational Partner(s), Contractors and regulatory authorities (CVA, BOEM, BSEE) ensuring that the Clients position is suitably protected at any agreements. 

The individual will be part of the management team for the delivery of a scope comprising the supply and installation of Park City Wind, an 800 MW offshore wind farm. Belonging to the EPC Services Team and Reporting to Head of Group Structural Department Manager, the Structural Engineer will be responsible for defining design strategies and plans, reviewing design deliverables, tendering clarifications, and exceptions. The individual will be involved into the FEED design phase followed with detailed design to a level to be approved by CVA/BOEM/BSEE. Role involves interface with multiple offshore contractors, including T&I, and associated interfaces, defining company and business standards and acceptance criteria, and ensuring quality, best practices and excellent H&SE performance are applied. 

 
The individual will be working as part of a global business with activities in many countries across the US and the rest of the world.  The position may require travelling to various locations in the US and overseas and during development, contracting and delivery of platform package.
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work in the design, analysis & review of primary (i.e., foundations such as steel monopile, steel jacket) and secondary steel components for offshore wind turbines and offshore electrical substations in support of all phases of the project lifecycle, including planning, design (concept, FEED & detailed), construction and operation.
  • Produce and review engineering calculations, designs, and details per project requirements and the latest industry codes and standards
  • Prepare and review design deliverable documents and handle quality control validation of detailed calculations, design drawings, and specifications
  • Visit site offices as required by the project (±10 percent of job responsibilities may take place out of the office)
  • Have frequent in-person and virtual interfaces with Project Director, Project Manager, design team, BIM/CADD team, etc.
  • Have experience with structural dynamics, numerical modelling, 3D finite element analysis, integrated load analyses, monopile design, steel jacket design, fatigue analysis, design of offshore structures, industry software and program languages (e.g., STAAD Pro, SAP, ROBOT, SACS, SESAM, BLADED, SQL, Matlab, Python)
  • Be experienced in interfacing with other discipline specialists (structural, geotechnical, steel, concrete, electrical, mechanical, BIM, CADD, etc.)

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Degree and professional qualification in relevant engineering discipline – Structural, Naval Architectural
  • Proven experience in the design & installation of offshore platforms and jackets
  • Substantial experience in contracting, engineering design and delivery
  • IT literate with the ability to operate MS Office systems and other IT based project management software
  • Flexible to travel to attend meetings and work at different project sites in the US as well as Spain, England etc.
  • Relevant experience in Constructability review, fabrication, load outs and installations.
  • Good knowledge of health, safety and environmental legislation associated with offshore/marine delivery substantial packages
  • Good knowledge of offshore procedures, standards, and guides.
  • Experience in managing high skilled teams
  • The first step to success in this role is that you are eager to collaborate with the people around you (colleagues, partners, and contractors) 
  • Developing ties with others respectfully and delivering on promises
  • Open-minded and collaborative to keep exploring new insights and ways to improve.

 Minimum Criteria 

  • Bachelor’s Degree in relevant Engineering Discipline
  • Be familiar with offshore codes (API, DNVGL, ISO, etc.)
  • Ability to communicate verbally and in writing across various levels 
  • Flexible, team player and can work in multi-cultural teams.

Essential

  • Master’s Degree (in Structural Engineering)
  • 10 to 15 years’ experience working as a structural engineer focusing on steel analysis and design
  • Registered Professional Engineer (P.E.)
Job Ref: 12940
ADMINISTRATION
United States
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Pre-Commissioning Mechanical Inspector

PRE-COMMISSIONING MECHANICAL INSPECTOR is required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Contractor, to be assigned on a contract basis, located in Ensandada, Mexico.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Good understanding in Brown Field and Green Field Projects.
  • Ensure that pre-commissioning progress is in line with the project requirements by identifying any potential schedule delays and recommending mitigation actions.
  • Contribute to the sign-off process of pre-commissioning task sheets in their respective disciplines.
  • Interface and communicating with construction team to optimize pre-commissioning and commissioning schedule.
  • Ensure that system Clients are assigned and that punching, hold and witness points are consistently applied.
  • Continuously review progress against plan and identifying areas of concern.
  • Review generated reports and provide support and guidance as required.
  • Assist commissioning team in commissioning and handover activities.
Job Ref: 12939
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Mexico
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Onshore Construction Supervisor

ONSHORE CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Norwich, United Kingdom.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support the Onshore Substation Construction Manager with monitoring supervision of HSE, Quality, Progress and Documentation.
  • Liaise and report to Onshore Substation Construction Manager and affected Packagers Managers on all aspects of quality matters as required.
  • Monitoring and recording of the Quality of the works according to: Employers/Designer Requirements, Quality Plan, Inspection Test Plans (ITP)
  • Activity Check Sheets and recorded measurements
  • Project technical specifications and standards
  • Providing input to the review of Risk Assessments & Method Statements (RAMS) etc.
  • Inspect, witness, and verify dim. checks and tests of (infra-)structures, installations & foundations
  • Assist in process and collaborate with Contractor to produce ‘red-line’ final drawings that accurately represent as-built conditions of work.
  • Review of Design, Construction and workshop drawings, Final Documentation and As Built, lifetime records as required.
  • Support Onshore Substation Construction Manager in arranging, witnessing and/or participating in:
  • Relevant meetings, First Article Inspections (FAI), Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT), Site Acceptance Tests (SAT) etc. as required and where applicable.
  • Support in coordination, logistics, installation, and inspection of Employer/Contractor & Supplier equipment deliveries to be incorporated into the permanent works and storage
  • Represent construction interests and collaborate with mechanical and electrical departments in interface-reliant tasks and activities. On site towards EPC Contractor(s)
  • Assist and contribute to the identification of specific deliverables as required in the project documentation and as per Employer’s requirements regarding HSE, Quality, Civil Design, As-built documentation in form as: HSE Management Plan & Program, including Permit to Work system, Quality Assurance & Quality Management Plan & Program, Construction Phase Plan
  • Inspection Test Plans (ITP) o Check sheets, measurements, and surveys etc.
  • Time-/Progress schedule of sequence of activities, milestones, contractual payment milestones etc.
  • Monitoring, inspecting, and reporting of Progress of (Contractor and their Sub-Contractors) construction activities according to Program & reporting to CM
  • Review of all documents at site/construction/Installation and manufacturing level to ensure that the most current approved revisions are being managed and controlled.
  • Reporting on & ensuring administration of all quality control & inspection activities.
  • Supports the coordination of overall planning of all civil construction interface activities and its deliverables towards the EPC Contractor.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Civil Engineer BSc with project relevant education and experience.
  • Recommended 5-7 years of relevant work experience with relevant construction/commissioning work and quality discipline’s
  • Ideally has worked in a similar role with a major Distributed Network Operator or main Energy Network Provider
  • Technically strong, adaptable, works well in teams, strong communication abilities, good English skills both writing and verbal
  • Recommended International- and intercultural supervision experience
  • Strong ability to coordinate interfaces with other stakeholders
  • Possesses a high HSE mindset and awareness process at the forefront of any task
Job Ref: 12875
CONSTRUCTION
United Kingdom
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Onshore Civil Engineer

ONSHORE CIVIL ENGINEER required by our Client within the Renewable Energy industry, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Boston, Massachusetts 

POSITION SCOPE

The Onshore Civil Engineer is a critical role within the Offshore Business focusing on the delivery of large-scale offshore wind projects worldwide ensuring that all onshore civil works are designed, permitted, and constructed appropriately.

We are seeking a civil engineering expert to lead all onshore civil works for this project, from initial planning to completion. Your responsibilities include developing cost-effective solutions, minimizing risks, and overseeing everything from substation structures and buildings to cable ducts, trenchless crossings, and handover.

This individual will be responsible for all civil engineering work, including but not limited to: onshore substation structural and civil works, substation buildings and control house and associated balance-of-plant systems, horizontal directional drilling (HDD) and other trenchless crossings, onshore cable duct banks, onshore cable splice vaults, transition joint bays (TJBs), from the development stage through to commercial operation hand-over.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide design guidance and technical verification of the onshore civils works, including review of employer’s requirements and technical specifications, act as principal civil engineer for the design and construction phases for substation (OSP), onshore civil works including duct banks, river/highway crossings, etc. (OCP) and Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD).
  • Principal contact for contractors and onshore construction team on all civil issues, including on-going civil works testing and QA activities.
  • Review and incorporate inputs of soil investigations, geotechnical studies, environmental studies, stakeholder and development considerations in design and tender documents.
  • Support micro-siting of onshore export cable routes via duct banks. Work closely with duct bank engineering contractor. Coordinate with other utilities in the public right-of-way; town sewer, independent municipal water service, natural gas, electric distribution, etc. Act as lead civil engineer for project(s) interfacing with the DPW and Town collaboratively.
  • Act as Subject Matter Expert for all civil engineering activities for onshore works, including trenchless technologies.
  • Lead civil-related project workstreams, for example, survey campaigns, subsurface utility investigations.
  • Provide permitting (consenting) support; prepare and review drawings, presentation materials, narratives, etc. as needed to support local, state, and federal permitting processes, prepare written or verbal testimony on civil issues.
  • Work closely with other team members in the Onshore Package, Construction, Commissioning, O&M, the Main Equipment Package, the Export Cable Package, and other teams.
  • Interface with other technical, development, outreach, commercial, value engineering and other teams on civil issues.
  • Participate in design reviews, ad hoc workstreams, due diligence assessments and other cross-discipline huddles on emergent issues and developments.
  • Stay up to date on all civil construction trends, industry developments, emergent technologies.
  • Provide key and strategic advice, assessment and recommendations to the business providing key knowledge, lessons learned and support to the projects (large packages) throughout the whole life cycle (development to decommissioning) to support the business.
  • Coordinate with the HSE team to develop HSE strategy for offshore windfarm delivery and ensure a high standard of health and safety awareness is maintained.
  • Ensure all lessons learnt regarding offshore delivery are captured and shared across the different offshore projects (large packages). Establish the right mechanisms for this process and ensuring the teams and project implement them to capture and enhance business value.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • BS in Civil Engineering or equivalent experience.
  • Professional Engineer (PE) license is desirable
  • Strong experience in civil engineering on large, complex, multi-discipline projects.
  • Demonstrated experience on electrical power projects; HV or LV substations, power plants, transmission lines, distribution systems, cable systems etc.
  • In-depth knowledge of current US standards, guidelines, best practices in civil engineering.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to influence and develop key project and business decisions.
  • Excellent report writing, presentation skills and ability to summarize key parameters and drivers impacting the project and business.
  • Ability to work, manage teams and manage decision making process under pressure and to tight deadlines
  • Sound planning and analysis skills with the ability to look forward and see/ anticipate problems and thereafter plan and implement mitigating solutions to negate the effect of such problems.
  • Innovative and creative thinking.
  • Problem solving – dealing with conflicting requirements.
  • Tenacity, persistence, and determination to succeed in overcoming obstacles.
  • High capacity for change and experience of leading others through change.
  • Balance technical detail with commercial needs and provide recommendations, taking into account all relevant risks.
  • Ensure that all recommendations are documented, and sufficient due diligence exists to support decisions (whether internal or external diligence).
Job Ref: 12870
ADMINISTRATION
United States
Permanent
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Pre-Commissioning Coordinator

PRE-COMMISSIONING COORDINATOR required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Ensenada, Mexico.

DURATION         12 months on-going

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Shall have some competency on EasyPlant, Construction and Commissioning (multi[1]disciplines)
  • Supervise the pre-commissioning activities performed by Contractor through coordination with pre-commissioning inspectors
  • Ensure corresponding works are properly coordinated with Commissioning priorities and executed as per EPC contract, according to plan and Project HSE rules
  • Coordinate on daily basis with Construction Area Managers and pre-com/commissioning Team to ensure priorities are properly addressed and understood by stakeholders
  • Contribute to the review of CTR construction and pre-commissioning procedures related to pre-commissioning activities
  • Follow-up of Field/Site queries or modifications with Construction to anticipate and to minimize pre-commissioning punch list
  • Monitor and ensure that Systems are available on time for the commissioning activities to start.
  • Monitor pre-commissioning activities through EasyPlant and use it to identify day-to-day priorities (pre-comm + construction)
  • Be a permanent link between construction / pre-Commissioning and Commissioning Teams to smoothen turnover of the ECA LNG facilities, chair coordination meetings as required
  • Ensure that pre-commissioning Punch items are managed adequately and are closed as per required milestones
  • Ensure that dossiers are delivered as per Commissioning management (Contractor/Company)
  • Provide requested reports and feedback to Management.
  • Keep a constant view on HSE aspects for the on-going pre-commissioning activities and report as required
  • Review pre-commissioning dossiers with assistance of engineering, construction, quality and pre-commissioning stakeholders
  • Follow submission of these dossiers until final signature by all relevant parties, and help in coordination of related walk-downs
Job Ref: 12868
COMMISSIONING
Mexico
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Contracts Manager

CONTRACTS MANAGER required by our Client within the Renewable Energy industry, to be assigned on a Permanent role, located in Boston Massachusetts.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manage the tendering and negotiation of offshore Transportation and Installation (T & I) contracts for the New England Wind project with the US Offshore Wind Development Team and Procurement team.
  • Attendance, leading, and providing contractual support in meetings with the US Offshore Wind Team, meetings with members of the Legal, Financial, Procurement and Insurance teams, and meetings with Contractors to ensure all parties are aware and informed about contract content and documentation.
  • Prepare contracts with internal stakeholders using contracting strategies that appropriately address risk and manage expectations of service, including work products, timing, and tracking deliverables which will include major milestone dates and KPIs, as applicable.
  • Ensure relevant guidelines, processes and procedures are included in final contracts so that Contractors adhere to them after execution.
  • Process variations following project procedures, purchasing procedures, and contract terms.
  • Coordination of procurement and tender activities and training/educating project teams on key risk areas.
  • Facilitate delivery of the project’s interests in preparing for negotiations with Contractors.
  • Undertake detailed contract reviews and analysis allowing wider team to better interpret and apply key contract provisions on the day-to-day operational clauses of the contract.
  • Make commercial recommendations and provide advice on key commercial risks to internal stakeholders.
  • Track effective and expiration dates for all contracts to prevent any delay in services.
  • Manage reassignment of contracts between affiliate entities, as needed.
  • Maintain strong relationships with internal stakeholders and external Contractors, partners, and research organizations.
Job Ref: 12867
ADMINISTRATION
United States
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Lead project Control engineer

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

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS 

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

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

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

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

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

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

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

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

DURATION                     1 year contract, renewable 

POSITION SCOPE

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

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

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

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

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

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 

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

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

DURATION                  1 year, renewable
                       
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

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

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

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 

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

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

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

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

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

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

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

POSITION SCOPE

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Oversee EasyPlant Database:

  • Monitor all aspects of the EasyPlant database.

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

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

Manage Completion Database:

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

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

  • Ensure constant availability of EasyPlant data to the Client.

Provide Guidance and Training:

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

  • Administer the EasyPlant scope of work.

Audit and Review:

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

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

Establish Reporting Tools:

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

  • Provide first-level analysis of main gaps.

Oversee Dossier Development:

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

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

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

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

Job Ref: 12751
COMMISSIONING
Mexico
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Business Development Consultant – Americas

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

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

THE COMPANY

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

 
POSITION SCOPE

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

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

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

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