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Operations & M&A, Counsel

OPERATIONS & M&A, COUNSEL required by our Client, an International Renewable Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Houston, TX.
 
POSITION SCOPE
 
Counsel will provide legal advice to personnel regarding all aspects of renewable energy project development, construction, operation, acquisition, disposition, and financing, including (i) providing support to M&A transactions, (ii) the preparation and negotiation of agreements related to the acquisition or disposition of renewable energy projects, such as letters of intent, purchase and sale agreements, shareholders agreements, and other ancillary agreements such as confidentiality agreements and assignment and assumption agreements, and (iii) the preparation and negotiation of agreements related to the development, construction and operation of renewable energy facilities, which agreements may include equipment purchase agreements, balance of plant agreements, turbine supply agreements, operation and maintenance agreements, power purchase agreements, and other related documentation, all in accordance with our clients objectives and policies. Counsel will also handle day to day project-related legal issues, support and provide legal expertise to Company staff, analyze exposure to risk factors while complying with departmental guidelines, company policies, and all applicable laws in order to ensure that our Clients documents and activities meet all applicable requirements.
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 
Draft, negotiate and finalize project-development and operations contracts, including without limitation, engineering service agreements, shared facilities agreements, EPC agreements, construction agreements, interconnection agreements and consulting services agreements, affiliate agreements
Handles day-to-day legal issues encountered at the corporate office and operational project sites
Assist, as directed, with M&A transactions, joint ventures, asset rotation transactions, and tax equity transactions
Coordinate efforts with other internal teams, including investments and M&A, finance, real estate, tax, environmental, permitting and regulatory
Conduct project M&A due diligence and provide legal support and analysis on project development related issues
Review, draft and negotiate transaction documents such as asset purchase agreements, equity purchase and sale agreements, capital contribution agreements, shareholders agreements and limited liability company agreements
Review, draft and negotiate ancillary agreements such as LOIs and confidentiality agreements, assignment agreements and termination agreements
Draft and manage necessary corporate governance work, including preparation of resolutions and certificates
Coordinate efforts with the legal and business teams regarding corporate and project requirements to ensure maximum value and appropriate risk management for our Client and its shareholders
Identify critical project risk issues and communicate those risks to the appropriate members of the legal team or your supervisor for resolution and management
Efficiently manage outside counsel with an eye toward minimizing expenses
Perform other tasks and projects as assigned Direct reports: None Travel: up to 10%
 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 
Juris Doctorate 5-8years of in-house counsel or comparable law firm experience with emphasis on document preparation.
Preferred experience in the independent power industry handling development, construction and operation of a power facility or in project financing for power facilities
Proficient knowledge of all types of contracts and other documents relevant to the development, operation, acquisition and financing of renewable energy projects, including balance of plant agreements, turbine supply agreements, operation and maintenance agreements, power purchase agreements, permits, estoppel certificates, purchase orders, loan and security agreements, consulting agreements, confidentiality agreements, purchase and sale agreements, and other relevant documentation, the manner in which corporate entities operate and are organized, and of the power industry generally
Knowledge of mergers and acquisitions of third party companies and projects, sales of company assets and membership interests in Company limited liability companies
Licensure to practice law in at least one state, preferably Texas
Project finance and tax equity financing or mergers and acquisitions experience preferred
Experience successfully managing outside counsel
 
Travel Required Yes. up to 10%
 
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Job Ref: 10115
Houston, TX
Other
Permanent

Project Manager

PROJECT MANAGER required by our Client, an International Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique (28/28 roatation).
 
Contract: 12 months ongoing
 
POSITION SCOPE
 
This position is for a general Project Manager working on behalf of the Company. As a Company project representative there is an implied duty to cooperate, facilitate, encourage and support the EPC and their Subcontractors to the best of your ability to achieve the expected project outcomes.
 
The Project Manager is responsible for ensuring the site works are properly managed and executed by the EPC and their approved Subcontractors in accordance with the Contract Agreement.
 
This role requires the Project Manager to work and interface with other Company Project Managers, Superintendents, Engineers, Planners, Authorities and the EPC Contractor, Vendors and Subcontractors to ensure key Contract deliverables are met.
 
The key deliverables are; safety compliance, environmental management, assurance, budget management and control, project schedule milestones and adherence to the detailed specifications and standards to fully execute the works in accordance with the EPC Contract and EPC Contractor written practices.
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 
The general execution scope for the Project Manager OSBL Site works is inclusive of a variety of multiple disciplines and interfaces, typically this will include;
Manage a site construction team dedicated to the OSBL
Liaison with EPC Contractor Project Manager, Construction Director, HSE Manager, QA Manager, HR Manager and other key personnel on site.
Establishing the strategy and tactics for the OSBL works with EPC contractor's on-site reps
Liaison with company reps in engineering, procurement, contracts, project controls and commissioning in Contractor Home Office
Liaison with Contractor key personnel reps in the Contractor Home Office
Attending model reviews, constructability reviews and other important reviews in the Contractor Home Office
Ensuring compliance with all HSE and regulatory requirements
Surveillance assurance and reporting on the OSBL works
 
Key Responsibilities
 
OSBL responsibilities include:
Marine facilities including Early Beach Landing and Temporary Beach Landing, Material Offloading Facility, Jetty and Loading berths
Onshore facilities include storage tanks, power generation, utilities, services, plant buildings and non-pant buildings
For both the marine facilities and onshore facilities:  
Site establishment and early work preparation
survey and benchmark control
civil and marine interface works
structural interface works
piping interface works
mechanical interface works
electrical & instrumentation interface works
temporary and permanent building works
temporary and permanent roads works
 
General Job Responsibilities
 
Compliance, oversight, guidance and support to the EPC
Support the implementation of the Company HSE Policies and procedures
Support the implementation of the Company Assurance program and processes
Compliance with the Company Security protocols
Provide safety leadership to EPC Contractor to achieve best in class safety performances on site
Actively participate in site leadership safety review, safety walks, site safety briefings and meetings
Monitor and report on EPC compliance to project HSE and Quality Assurance requirements
Monitoring and Review of EPC related Assurance activities and verification documentation
Assure EPC is performing all works in accordance with the approved plans and procedures
Site surveillance and reporting of EPC construction progress against approved schedules
Work closely with EPC construction teams to ensure a concise and clear understanding of all applicable engineering designs, project specifications and standards,
Complete reviews and comments for assurance approvals
Monitor and review construction practices, including design control, document control, interface
Provide detailed daily records and reports as required by line management
Contribute to the continuous development and improvement of EPC construction practices
Attend Construction management progress, planning meetings and workshops,
Report all incidents and near misses immediately,
Comply with a duty of care to ensure that safe practice is adhered to at all times.  
Adhere to the Business Principles and Code of Conduct at all times
 
EXPERIENCE
 
Specific experience and expertise in the following areas is required:
 
Previous experience in a similar role(s) on a large scale project(s) with a history of safety leadership,
Minimum of 15 years of relevant industry experience with 5 working on multi-billion oil and gas projects, including management of contractors
Proven track record of working as a Company representative on EPC lump sum LNG projects
Proven ability to liaise professionally with EPC Contractor and other key stakeholders on site
Advanced knowledge of general construction activities for onshore LNG Facilities, buildings and associated disciplines, such as survey, civil, structural, piping, mechanical, electrical and instruments
Knowledge of appropriate codes, standards and good construction and engineering practices specifically within the civil, structural, mechanical, piping and electrical construction disciplines.
Proven ability to read and interpret engineering drawings, including GA, SLD's & P&ID's
Proven ability to interpret and manage project schedules and report against EPC field progress
Proven ability to manage and influence a team and develop an effective culture through respect
Advanced computer skills for MS office, Adobe and Database software applications
A sound understanding of financial controls and project budgets
Proficient English language skills, both verbal and written,
Effective communication and leadership skills,
Team player who is able to foster relationships, and think outside the box,
Ability to deliver a culture committed to safely delivering the Project targets
Ability to schedule priorities and multi-task within the assigned EPC Contract packages
Able to work autonomously with minimal technical guidance and instruction
 
EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
 
A degree/diploma qualification or equivalent in related discipline field and/or LNG construction projects required
Professional qualification in project management, construction management or other suitable discipline
 
Language
 
Fluent oral and written knowledge of English
Knowledge of Portuguese is advantageous.
 
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Job Ref: 10111
Afungi, Mozambique
PROJECT MANAGERS ONSHORE
Contract

Water Treatment Engineer, Process Support

WATER TREATMENT ENGINEER - PROCESS SUPPORT required by our Client, an International Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Port Arthur, Texas.  
   
POSITION SCOPE  
   
The Basic Function of a Process Support Engineer is to provide technical support to Operations, P&E, HSE, Capital Projects, RSTO, Corporate, or any other group that needs process information about assigned unit(s). Also troubleshoot, monitor unit performance, and provide recommendations to improve HSE compliance, reliability and profitability of unit operations.  
   
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES  
   
Responsible for process technical support of assigned units at the Port Arthur Refinery  
Follow-up, forecast and communicate unit performance and chemicals cost through reports and presentations to management  
Troubleshoot and make recommendations for operating problems, maintenance needs and turnaround scope of work  
   
Activities  
   
Lead the Process Optimization- of the assigned units, evaluate economics to determine profitable modes of unit operation with Operations and HSE. Minimize the specific operating cost ($/gal) of chemicals, catalyst and energy (steam, fuel gas). Manage deactivation and fouling rates to meet maintenance &T/A cycles. Supervise chemical treatment programs. Organize monthly and/or quarterly technical review with chemical and catalyst suppliers on-site. Record and communicate his/her activities by means of regular process reports documents, troubleshooting/test-run reports and presentations to refinery management.  
Daily Monitoring- Ensure compliance with Environmental permits, Operating window limits, Product Specifications, Catalyst and chemicals budget, pertinence/feasibility of production plan (Op_Plan).  
Support HSE- Environmental: on emissions calculations for reporting and RCA investigation of environmental events. PSM on primary loss of containment calculation, participate actively in PHA, initiate and collaborate in MOCs and provide input for Risk assessments.  
Health: by ensuring proper SDS review and validation is made before purchasing/introducing new chemicals. Maintain relief devices database.  
Operation excellence- make recommendations to Operations on daily basis and to P&E on weekly/monthly basis to ensure process conditions meet: 1- HSE constraints, 2- Availability target (long term sustainable operation), 3- Product on specification and 4- Profit target.  
Industrial Availability Network- is the main interface with our Client's SME, Report KPIs, participate in surveys, benchmark and network meeting in representation of PAR. Share in both directions PAR↔IND return of experience. Ensure implementation of MSR and iREX.  
Troubleshooting- perform pressure surveys, temperature surveys, efficiency assessment to identify potential and actual problems, propose process conditions adjustments. Support Performance Control estimating the economic impact of slowdowns and unavailability's.  
Mass Balance- Update spreadsheet for material balances, ensure orifice calculations reflect current operating conditions, request calibration or rearrange of meters if necessary, provide recommendations to correct mass/volume balance discrepancies.  
Contribute to PAR Availability target- support the initiatives of the area availability team, work closely with the Availability Coord. to implement recommendations from RCAs and Vulnerability studies. Ensure consistency of risk based inspection data base and OWL database with the unit mass balance. Support the corrosion specialist in the evaluation and mitigation of corrosion mechanisms.  
Turnaround and Major Maintenance - Verify assembly of process internals (distributors, trays, resin, filters) and justify T/A extra work orders (EWO). Document finding and propose scope of work changes for next T/A. Provide coverage for shutdown/startup off hours.  
Projects and Modifications- Identify, propose, justify and defend modification projects. Support capital project through all phases.  
Sampling and Analysis schedule- review on yearly basis the schedule with HSE, QA/QC laboratory and chemical vendor.  
Procurement- define technical specification for procurement of materials and services as: catalyst, resins, chemicals, gammascan, tracer studies, rental of process equipment in compliance with our Clients purchasing rules. Perform the technical evaluation and ranking of offers.  
Ensure the refinery quality, safety, cost control culture and energy efficiency commitment are carried out in daily activities.  
   
Context and environment  
   
Technical process support to assigned unit(s)  
Respond to unit upsets and offer recommendations during off hours and holidays  
   
   
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS  
   
Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering and minimum 5 years' experience on industrial water treatment (raw water, steam generation,  waste water and close loop cooling towers), preferably in refining or petrochemical industry  
Chemical Engineering knowledge: heat and mass transfer, fluid mechanics, chemistry, chemical reactions, thermodynamics, filtration,  corrosion control, oil-water emulsions  
Interpersonal and effective communication skills, demonstrate autonomy and self-driven  
Good problem solving skills, good physical fitness required for access on/into towers, vessels, and other process equipment  
Work nights, weekends and holidays during turnarounds or other special circumstances when 24-hour technical coverage is needed  
 
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Job Ref: 10110
Port Arthur, Texas
PROCESS ENGINEERING DESIGN ONSHORE
Contract

Mid West Project Manager

PROJECT MANAGER required by our Client, a geotechnical engineering and construction firm, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Chicago IL & Kalamazoo, MI, USA.
        
Reports to: Regional Manager/Operations Manager
 
POSITION SCOPE
 
Provides overall management for multiple base business geotechnical projects and may assist in estimating and project acquisition as needed.
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES  
 
Ensure that our Client and OSHA safety regulations are met and enforced; bottom line responsibility for safety
Assist in business development, risk assessment, bid preparation, selling and closing new work
Assist in contract negotiation and oversees subcontractor
procurement
Oversee all aspects of a project in accordance with the Clients Project Management Manual
Responsible for designs, submittals, material ordering, pre-
job planning and scheduling
Create and review job budgets, cost reports, forecasts and cash flows
Primary contact for clients and subcontractors
Manage A/R collections
Coordinate, review and submit project change orders, extra work orders, and back charge documentation
Analyze, develop and submit claims
Coordinate with the Regional Manager and Risk Manager for support and overall strategy
Ensure that all policies are followed (safety, quality, travel, drug testing, HR, etc.)
 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering or Construction Management required
OSHA 10-hour safety training
First Aid/CPR
Minimum 5 years of construction related experience, techniques and equipment; knowledge of drawings, specifications, building materials, surveying, design, and/or consulting geotechnical work
 
Knowledge and Abilities:
        
Proficient with bidding estimating and job costing procedures
Ability to make recommendations for project related decisions such as bidding, estimating and risk assessment
Ability to meet with clients; create and deliver presentations; and negotiate contracts
Ability to manage in-house and subcontracted engineering services
Proven experience with managing client meetings; screening and evaluating of project opportunities; and creation of presentations concerning project work
This description reflects management's assignment of essential functions; it does not proscribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned.   
 
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Job Ref: 10088
Chicago, IL/Kalamazoo, MI, USA
PROJECT MANAGERS ONSHORE
Permanent

Lead Project Engineer

   
LEAD PROJECT ENGINEER REQUIRED by our Client, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Geismar, LA, USA.
 
 
POSITION SCOPE
 
Manages and is responsible for the Mechanical / Piping engineering and execution of all multi-discipline Projects, using engineering expertise and appropriate internal and external resources to ensure that work is completed safely, in a cost effective manner, within budget and on schedule to the standards required.  
 
Manages the maintenance of standards, procedures and relevant documentation relating to our Clients USA facilities. Ensures that the maintenance, storage and distribution of Mechanical and Piping critical drawings are carried out by the Drawing Office to procedure and standard.  
Provides leadership and direction to direct reports. Provides leadership and guidance to all direct, indirect and contract reports as required and during execution of projects.  
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 
Manages Mechanical / Piping engineering and related Projects such that the safety, quality, cost and schedule targets are achieved.
Implements projects in accordance with Project Standards, procedures and are in compliance with USA legislation.
Manages the Mechanical / Piping Project work list to meet customer requirements.
Ensures that all Mechanical / Piping Project functions are integrated effectively across all relevant work groups.
Develops scopes of work for Mechanical / Piping Projects covering detailed design, preparation of purchase specifications and preparation of construction packages.
Provides support and advice to Maintenance department, particularly in the area of Mechanical Reliability
Obtains producer statements, design verification and statutory approval where required.
Undertakes studies and develops costs and options for Capital Plan development.
Provides expertise and specialist Mechanical / Piping engineering knowledge.
Provides support to the Maintenance Department on general engineering problems.
Manages external Consulting Engineering Services.
Manages the Design Approval process to ensure input is obtained from the appropriate disciplines and that changes are made to the design as required.
Reviews detailed design, purchase specifications and construction packages for compliance with statutory requirements, appropriate standards and procedures.
Ensures that appropriate hazard and risk reviews are conducted and that all issues identified are actioned.
Ensures appropriate reliability reviews are undertaken on Project designs.
Coordinates the development of procedures and provision of resources for the commissioning of relevant Projects together with Operations.
Manages the tender and award contracts in conjunction with Purchasing for detailed design, preparation of purchase specifications and preparation of construction packages and construction.
Manages the construction and commissioning phases of projects by ensuring good supervision, planning, co-ordination, KPI's, safety planning and quality assurance.
Ensures that all employees and contractors undertaking project work on the Clients USA site are effectively supervised such that safety, quality, costs and schedule targets are achieved.
Provides feedback at the end of each contract on contractor performance to the appropriate sponsor.
Ensures that the systems to maintain and store Mechanical / Piping drawings by the Drawing Office are in compliance with the USA procedures and standards.
Ensures that the systems to develop and maintain the distribution of all Mechanical / Piping drawings by the Drawing Office are in compliance with the USA procedures and standards.
Develops and maintains systems and procedures for the control, distribution and storage of all engineering documentation (other than drawings) associated with the Clients facilities including Vendor Manuals, Data Books etc.
Develops and maintains systems, procedures for the control, review, distribution and storage of appropriate engineering standards/guidelines such that all Mechanical / Piping engineering work is done in accordance with our Clients Loss Prevention Standards and in compliance with USA legislation.
Develops and maintains systems and procedures for the control, distribution and storage of Mechanical / Piping publications required by our Client USA.
Leads, supervises and contributes to the Project Engineering team ensuring provision of effective Mechanical Engineering support to business.
Ensures that the performance management system is competently applied to all assigned staff to maximize each individual's contribution to our Client
Improved individual and organizational performance through coaching for success
Ensures employee and contractor compliance with policies, procedures, and applicable standards
Involves the team in developing and actioning the annual department plan. Effectively communicates current activities and policies
Ensures implementation of and compliance with all our Clients HR policies and procedures, including performance optimization
Ensures execution and delivery of the relevant components applicable to Mechanical Engineering in the Business Plan and the Technical Department Plan as developed each calendar year.
Applies the performance management system to all staff to maximize each individual's contribution to our Client.
Ensures that a high level of technical skills and Plant knowledge within the Mechanical Engineering team is maintained
Contributes to the organizational vision of Global Methanol Leadership and as a team member demonstrates the core values of integrity, trust, respect and professionalism
Demonstrated through feedback from team and leaders
Conducts all business in a manner which supports the Responsible CareĀ® ethic
Networks with other sites to the mutual benefit of all sites
Responsible for ensuring awareness of all controlled documents relating to this position as per Document Awareness Report from Document Management Database
 
QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE
 
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering required.
10+ years experience in Mechanical Engineering and/or Project Management encompassing all aspects from conceptual development, design and through execution, construction and close out
10+ years experience in the petrochemical industry.
5+ years leadership experience
High level of Mechanical / Piping engineering knowledge and experience Mechanical engineering and design in an operating petrochemical plant, pressure and rotating equipment and piping design environment
Experience with all phases of project management
Exhibits participation in safety and quality culture in design and construction
Computer literacy, including engineering design packages
 
Previous experience in:
 
Plant reliability
Codes and Standards use
Procurement and expediting
Contract management
Cost estimating / management
Statutory requirements
Civil structural design / construction
 
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Job Ref: 10086
Geismar, Louisiana
PROJECT ENGINEERS ONSHORE
Permanent

Document Control Coordinator

DOCUMENT CONTROL COORDINATOR required by our Client, a Renewable Energy company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Boston, MA, USA.
 
POSITION SCOPE
 
We are looking for an experienced Document Control Coordinator to join our team. You will be a part of the team responsible for controlling the numbering, filing, sorting, retrieval and distribution of electronically stored and hard copy documentation produced for, and by, all packages involved in the construction works of the project. The project documentation is controlled using PIMS (by Omega) EDMS adapted to project needs.
 
The Document Control Coordinator will work closely with package managers, technical teams, and construction contractors, ensuring document procedures and metadata is correctly adhered to. Also, the coordinator will produce status reporting to management regularly.
 
The Document Control Coordinator will report to the Documents Manager and be a key member of the Project Management Team supporting many aspects of administration, contractual documentation, and key correspondence between all parties.
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES
 
Supporting all technical packages documentation
Receiving, cataloging, and storing hard and electronic copies of all technical drawings, reports, and related information in an orderly manner, in line with project policies and procedures.
Allocate document numbers & coding on request to project team members & contractors.
Respond promptly to requests to retrieve information, carry out information searches and general requests to support all package teams.
Develop, update, and distribute training material for the correct use of document management procedures.
Control review cycles of documentation under preparation.
Participate in project management meetings reporting on document status as required
 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
 
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration (or similar) with preferably five years of relevant experience with document management and control, preferably in the onshore or offshore wind industry.
Highly organized with proven project management skills preferred; excellent communication skills and an analytical mind along with a high level of professionalism, trustworthiness, sound judgment, and a collaborative spirit.
 
 
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Job Ref: 10085
Boston, MA
DOCUMENT CONTROLLERS ONSHORE
Permanent

Field Engineer

   
FIELD ENGINEER required by our client, an international Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.    
   
 Duration: Permanent    
   
POSITION SCOPE     
   
As a Field Engineer you will provide technical engineering information to the relevant project stakeholders to ensure construction work complies with all engineering standards, codes and contract specifications.  
   
    
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES     
 
  • Collects, coordinates and analyzes shop drawings, design specifications, material requirements and project data through the duration of the project to ensure quality and contract specification compliance.
  • Works with project team to plan field layout on the project site, ensuring appropriate utility and commercial lines are marked before production begins.
  • Assists the estimating team with project schedules and provides technical input as needed.
  • Assists the development of design drawings and provides technical input, as needed.
  • Coordinates subcontractor work methods, schedule and crews as needed.
  • Meets daily with project crews to review production schedule and confirm all materials, equipment and resources are readily available for production to continue on schedule and within budget.
  • Provides technical input for project work plan and scheduling. Identifying risk elements of production, materials, equipment or process that could negatively impact the budget or schedule.
  • Evaluates daily production, schedule and budget projections to accurately track project performance. Documents daily activities in Company approved methods and technologies.
  • Notifies team members and manager of any significant schedule changes and recommends solutions for management consideration.
  • Remits accurate project quantity input and controls using assigned project cost coding to ensure project financials are accurately reported. Manages cost coding with project finance and accounting teams regarding employee time, materials, equipment and subcontractor needs.
  • Reviews project specifications for quality assurance at regular intervals. Initiates and manages appropriate certificates, inspections and other documentation regarding construction production on the project site.
  • Reviews and approves daily timecards for all construction crews, working with Office Manager, payroll and job construction supervisors to resolve queries, as needed.
  • Maintains knowledge of Company and Project values and strategic plan.
  • Perform additional assignments per management's direction
  • Where relevant, insert any specific knowledge/responsibility as required: structures, marine, ITS,
 
 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS     
 
  • Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or a related field required.
  • **1+ years of construction engineering experience on heavy civil construction projects required
  • **3+ years of construction engineering experience on heavy civil construction projects required.
  • Where relevant, insert any specific knowledge as required: structures, marine, ITS, tunneling etc.
  • Knowledge of construction equipment & techniques, drawing & specifications, building materials and required standards applicable to the project.
  • Previous experience in cost coding, cost savings, budget and other project related financial implications strongly preferred.
  • Knowledge of construction scheduling processes and production time management preferred.
  • Ability to assume responsibility, interface and communicate effectively with others.
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks efficiently and effectively in a fast-paced environment.
  • Skill in verbal and written communication needed.
  • Proven self-starter and self-motivated to learn and grow knowledge.
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Job Ref: 10084
Norfolk, Virginia
PROJECT MANAGERS ONSHORE
Permanent

Project Engineer

   
PROJECT ENGINEER required by our client, an international Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.      
   
 Duration: Permanent      
   
POSITION SCOPE       
   
As a Project Engineer you will have responsibility over tasks related to the collection of project data required to monitor project performance, budget, schedule and quality, ensuring all construction work complies with engineering standards, codes and contract specifications.    
   
      
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES       
   
 
  • Provides technical input for project work plan and scheduling. Identifying risk elements of production, materials, equipment or process that could negatively impact the budget or schedule.
  • Assists in the production and review of shop drawings, design specifications, material requirements and project data to ensure quality and contract specification compliance.
  • Assists the development of design drawings and provides technical input, as needed.
  • Meets with engineering team to review production schedule and confirm all materials, equipment and resources are readily available for production to continue on schedule and within budget.
  • Evaluates weekly and monthly production, schedule and budget projections to accurately track project performance. Documents daily activities in project approved methods and technologies.
  • Reviews project schedule updates weekly for owner and management reporting. Attends weekly regular meetings where required and presents on project production status as needed.
  • Prepares and manages a three-week work plan. Notifies engineering and project management of any significant schedule changes and develops solutions to mitigate delays and cost.
  • Initiates and manages Requests for Information (RFIs), as needed by project.
  • Remits accurate project quantities using assigned project cost coding to ensure project financials are accurately reported. In collaboration with the project accounting team oversees invoices regarding materials, equipment and subcontractor needs.
  • Supports engineering team with quality assurance as needed. Reviews certificates and permits needed to perform work.
  • Reviews required Job Hazard Analysis (JHAs) to ensure a safe and compliance work environment for all construction personnel. Participates in all weekly safety meetings with field team and project leadership; presents field analysis as needed.
  • Assists the project team with project schedule, budget and cost parameters by providing technical input as needed.
  • Coordinates subcontractor work methods, schedule and crews as needed.
  • Perform additional assignments per management's direction.
  • Where relevant, insert any specific knowledge/responsibility  as required: structures, marine, ITS, tunneling etc.
 
 
 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS       
 
  • Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management or a related field required.
  • *6+ years construction engineering experience required.
  • **10+ years construction engineering experience required.
  • Where relevant, insert any specific knowledge as required: structures, marine, ITS, tunneling etc.
  • Proven skill and ability in managing and providing technical input to engineering teams in a design build environment, setting clear expectations and delegating tasks to direct reports regarding role and responsibilities as required.
  • Advanced planning and scheduling skills required.
  • Able to manage multiple engineering tasks in a fast paced environment and progress them all towards a common goal.
  • Advanced knowledge of contract specifications and quality assurance practices.
  • Able to identify budget and project costs and recommend options to mitigate project delays.
  • Strong verbal, written and presentation skills.
  • Strong knowledge of financial reporting methods, quantity tracking methods and cost coding.
  • Able to drive direct reports and influence non-reporting teams towards a common deliverable.
  • Able to identify and implement growth opportunities in direct reports to build talent development within project team.
  • Ability to assume responsibility, interface and communicate effectively with others.
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Job Ref: 10083
Norfolk, Virginia
PROJECT ENGINEERS ONSHORE
Permanent

Mid Level Geotechnical Engineer

   
Mid- Level Geotechnical Engineer, required by our client, an international Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.       
   
   
DURATION Permanent  
     
   
PRIMARY PURPOSE    
     
Support design and construction by carrying out testing and analysis to assess risk and the environment. The Geotechnical Engineer will provide geotechnical modeling, analysis & design, and technical project management.  
   
   
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES  
  • Perform geotechnical analysis and study to assess construction site condition.
  • Plan and conduct geotechnical exploration effectively.
  • Perform field and environmental investigations for construction projects.
  • Analyze geotechnical findings, perform appropriate calculations and prepare data reports to Manager.
  • Develop proposals and determine cost and schedule for investigations.
  • Provide direction to technical team in field inspection activities.
  • Interact with customers and team members to complete the assigned project on-time.
  • Assist Manager in design and evaluation of constructions.
  • Develop design drawings and specifications for construction projects.
  • Review and approve geotechnical designs.
  • Review construction design proposals and approve geotechnical aspects.
  • Performs other related duties as required and assigned.
 
 
EXPERIENCE / EDUCATION    
 
  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering from an accredited institution.
  • Minimum 5-7 years' experience in geotechnical engineering.
  • Minimum 3 years' experience with CAD and other PC software packages typically associated with engineering is also required.
 
Strongly Encouraged
  • PE Certification highly preferred.
  • Knowledge and experience with Scheduling software (i.e. Microsoft Project), Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Experience with tunnel, roadway, and bridge projects a plus.
  • Organizational ability - able to plan, prioritize, organize and monitor activities and projects. Able to work well in a group environment and foster a team approach.
 
Key Skills and Knowledge:
  • Highly developed communication, both written and verbal
  • Fluent in English with professional proficiency
  • Commitment to Safety
  • Strong Organizational Skills
  • Strong attention to details
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Job Ref: 10053
Norfolk, Virginia
GEOPHYSCISTS/GEOLOGISTS ONSHORE
Permanent

Survey Manager

 
TUNNEL SURVEY MANAGER, required by our client, an international Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.       
 
DURATION Permanent
   
PRIMARY PURPOSE    
   
Survey Manager you will apply full competency in heavy infrastructure surveying work and broad knowledge of precedents in land surveying assignments. Additionally, you will plan, schedule, conduct and coordinate detailed phases of survey assignments.
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES  
 
  • Performs calculations and designs for alignments, drainage, structures and roadway modeling
  • Creates, manages and maintains the survey control network, project layout and construction data
  • Manages survey equipment resources, including routine verification and annual calibrations
  • Processes the raw data captured by the field crews using Microstation Openroads/GEOPAK, Trimble Business Center and Civil 3D software
  • Coordinates and schedules work of the department with Construction Managers and Superintendents on a daily/weekly basis
  • Works with engineering and construction operations to establish survey needs
  • Keeps all survey files on the Project Common Data Environment in a neat and organized manner, as directed by the Project Survey Manager
  • Establishes and maintain standardized machine control/survey 3D models and construction survey data for project level operations
  • Find potential issues ahead of time and be able to problem solve
  • Ensures the work performed within the department follows the QA standards
  • Helps create and implement internal and external department-level Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
  • Manages the professional development and growth opportunities for the members of the team
  • Has the ability to work under pressure and coordinate numerous activities and groups of people who need to cooperate to achieve maximum efficiency
  • While performing essential job functions, the employee is required to frequently inspect and supervise job operations and may be exposed to ongoing construction
  • Ability to access all areas of a job site is required for the position
 
 
EXPERIENCE / EDUCATION    
 
  • Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution OR
  • Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited institution
  • Minimum ten years surveying experience
  • Minimum five years' of demonstrable experience in tunnel boring machine (TBM) projects
  • Demonstrable experience with Microstation Openroads/GEOPAK, Civil 3D and Trimble Business Center
  • Demonstrable experience with 3D Machine control
  • Professional Land Surveyor license
Key Skills and Knowledge:
  • Sound knowledge of geometry, probability, statistical inference, survey control networks, least squares adjustment and common survey procedures that lead toward high accuracy
  • Ability to communicate with a vast range of support entities including Engineers, Superintendents, and Architects
  • Possess strong problem-solving abilities to address and solve survey challenges associated with construction operations
  • Ability to read and interpret construction drawings and specifications and translate into survey data for layout in the field
  • Good attention to detail with the ability to recognize discrepancies
  • Organized, accurate and thorough
  • Proficiency with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Interpersonal - able to work well and persuade people at all organization levels
  • Mentoring and Training skills
Strongly Encouraged:
  • Strong Organizational Skills
  • Ability to work under pressure and to work well with others under deadline situations
  • Ability to take initiatives, set priorities and see projects through to completion
  • Attention to detail and a methodical approach to work
  • Employ problem-solving skills and analysis
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Job Ref: 10052
Norfolk, Virginia
Other
Permanent

Offshore Engineering Manager

Offshore Engineering Manager
 
Paris, France
 
 
A Offshore Engineering Manager is required to work for a leading oil and gas operator, to be hired on a staff basis in Paris, France.
 
Role and Responsibilities
 
  • To ensure implementation and maintenance procedures of the control of all documents required for definition and control of the interfaces in each of the projects;
  • Develop, update and ensure application of the Interface Management procedure and Project Interface standard matrix;
  • Organise and attend project meetings;
  • Provide key engineering advice, assessment and recommendations to ensure delivery of a multi-contract project 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 on engineering strategies / risk levels and commercial agreements to the project, to ensure that cost effective technical solutions are identified, fully evaluated and the risk profile is fully understood by the projects.
  • Ensure that all assessment, advice and recommendations are fully documented in accordance with all internal procedures and industry best practice, and that sufficient technical and commercial due diligence (whether internal or external) exists to support those business decisions.
  • Provide leadership to the project members, potentially comprising employees working within a number of countries throughout Europe and the USA, to ensure competencies are maintained (or enhanced).
  • Deliver consistent, high quality, cost effective engineering advice to the projects.
  • Manage the certification process with independent verification bodies (where applicable) to reduce design risk and enhance asset value.
  • Manage Consultants to deliver key advice and compliance where needed.
  • 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 technologies that has the potential to reduce cost and risk or improve safety.
  • Implement offshore standards, procedures, tools, best practices, and quality requirements to ensure that projects are delivered according to specification, budget and programme without compromising safety.
  • Ensure that appropriate lessons learnt regarding offshore wind farm development and construction are captured and shared across the different Offshore Project work packages, seeking as well to address lessons learnt from previous projects. Collaborate with the Lead/Principal Engineer to ensure that the engineering team implements them to enhance business value.
 
Skills and Experience
 
  • Good knowledge and experience of offshore wind farm design, construction, and project management
  • Multidisciplinary engineering experience in multidisciplinary work packages in international environments.
  • Basic knowledge of FIDIC contracts (Yellow Book)
  • Educated to degree level in a relevant engineering discipline.
  • Substantial experience designing and working in the offshore industry, preferably offshore wind.
  • Substantial experience in dealing with health and safety and environmental legislation associated with construction, marine and offshore projects.
  • High degree of competency in future planning.
  • Proven experience in delivery of large packages, including contract management, programme management, cost and risk control.
  • Sound relationship management skills and confidence working with Senior Management.
  • Proven communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to influence and develop key engineering decisions.
  • Excellent report writing, presentation skills and ability to summarize key parameters and drivers impacting the package.
  • Sound planning and analysis skills with the ability to look forward and see / anticipate problems and thereafter plan and implements mitigating solutions to negate the effect of such problems.
  • Problem solving - dealing with conflicting requirements.
  • Proven ability in giving accurate, concise, and timely advice to project teams.
  • Fluent in English.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Educated to Degree level in relevant engineering discipline.
  • Previous experience in a relevant field (offshore wind or oil and gas preferable).
  • IT literate with the ability to operate MS Office systems and other IT based project management software.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of health, safety and environmental legislation associated with offshore/marine construction projects.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of engineering procedures, standards and guidance.
  • Experience of working in highly skilled teams.
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment.
  • Flexible to travel around Europe.
  • Enthusiastic and flexible approach to work
  • Self-motivated and works without supervision
  • Results orientated
  • Tenacity, persistence and determination to succeed in overcoming obstacles
  • Excellent communication skills at various levels
  • Ability to influence and make decisions
  • Good organisation skills
  • Good initiative
  • Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
 
If you are a Offshore Engineering Manager looking for work in Paris, France, please don't hesitate to apply now!
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Job Ref: 10051
Paris, France
ENGINEERING MANAGERS - ONSHORE
Permanent

MEP Manager/Sr.Tunnel System Project Engineer

   
MEP MANAGER/ SR TUNNEL SYSTEM PROJECT ENGINEER, required by our client, an international Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.         
   
DURATION Permanent  
     
PRIMARY PURPOSE      
   
  • Manage the Design Coordination Team in charge of the Tunnel Systems.
  • Defining the Means & Methods, and Impact on Permanent Structure, as per the set standards and QHSE Policies to be used in construction Project.
 
 
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES      
 
  • Manage a Team and Organize the work to deliver on time and quality
  • Select and Approved any Sub / consultant / peer reviewer for Permanent Works and TW, and as soon as Sign and seal is required.
  • Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Communication, ITS, SCADA Controls
  • Works closely with the Commissioning Manager to define all the specifications in advance and the associated test.
  • Approved the Spaceproofing assumptions.
  • Control the quantity growth of its area.
  • Ensure the full integration of the different discipline of the designer is done correctly so no clash will be detected during the execution phase.
  • Define all the temporary works he would require, and Coordinate with Sr Methods Manager the detailed definition, and design.
  • Make Quality and Safety integrated in all the process of design
 
 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS    
   
  • Engineer
  • 10years exp
  • Skills in Tunnel System
  • Tunnel Experience is required
  • US or Local Experience is a plus
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Job Ref: 10048
Alexandria, VA
PROJECT ENGINEERS ONSHORE
Permanent

Mid Career Scheduler

MID LEVEL SCHEDULER required by our client, an international Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.      
       
Duration: Permanent      
       
       
POSITION SCOPE        
       
The Mid Level Scheduler is responsible for developing and maintaining the project schedule and providing detailed time analysis to Project Managers/ Area Managers.     
       
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES        
   
  • Perform take-off of quantities and activities from construction drawings or other documents for creation of
construction schedule
  • Create and maintain construction schedules based on specific requirement from multiple departments
  • Populate schedule with resource and cost information
  • Update, maintain, and revise monthly and weekly schedules and reports
  • Compare and report on comparisons of monthly schedules with regards to changes, delays or accelerations 
  • Prepare TIAs (Time Impact Analysis) for purpose of analyzing and implementing mitigation procedures to the  
project schedule
  • Identify warnings and risks to the project for the purpose of mitigating the impact of these risk
  • Analyze monthly schedules and prepare reports for the purpose of dispute resolution issue. 
  • Preparation of baseline CPM Schedule. 
  • Support change order preparation in regards to time impacts and delays. 
  • Review project plans, requirements, and specifications. 
  • Review and understand all bid documents related to schedule and project controls. 
  • Compare and analyze competitive subcontractor and supplier bids.  
 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS        
   
  • Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management or Civil Engineering
  • experience in heavy civil or general engineering construction scheduling
  • Demonstrated ability to understand technical and complicated construction program and the ability to  communicate progress to both technical- and management-level personnel 
  • Expert level knowledge of Primavera P6 and Excel 
  • Proficient - outstanding written and verbal skills including the ability to clearly and accurately communicate  with any audience 
  • Ability to understand project logistics and project schedule 
  • Experience with developing and producing various types of reports, targeting different audiences (i.e. critical path reports, resource histograms, past and project production needs, Time -Location, 4D BIM (Synchro or NAVISWORKS, etc.) 
  • Ability to reach and interpret construction drawings 
  • Excellent technical and mathematical abilities 
  • Proficient in Microsoft software programs 
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Job Ref: 10047
Alexandria, VA
PLANNING ENGINEERS ONSHORE
Permanent

Project Manager

PROJECT MANAGER
 
DENMARK
 
 
A Project Manager is required to work for a leading oil and gas operator, to be hired on a staff basis in Denmark.  
 
 
Role and Responsibilities
 
  • Be responsible for the project progress, budget and schedule are delivered according to the project objectives (as per Business Statement of Requirements).
  • Lead the day to day project management team.
  • Be responsible for establishing and adjusting the project organisation in cooperation with the Project Director, line management and the Steering Group, maintaining a high level of competence and the overall performance of the project team.
  • Be responsible for coordinating and aligning the technical deliveries on the project (Subsurface, Wells, Facilities, Operations, SHE, Contracts, Project Services).
  • Be responsible for liaising with the Project Director as well as the relevant parts of the organisation and external stakeholders as necessary.
  • Be responsible for technical and contract subcommittee work is carried out according to license requirements related to the development project and provide project part of the license budget and work plans to the Asset.
  • Chair the Technical Committee in the project license.
  • Be responsible for developing and updating relevant project strategies.
  • Ensure effective management of the project risks, implementation of mitigation plans through a proactive approach.
  • Be responsible for the execution of all technical reviews (assists / reviews), as per the project assurance plan, and that the associated findings are implemented.
  • Be responsible for the implementation of an efficient change management process and the associated communication.
 
 
Skills and Experience
 
  • Have an engineering education at B.Sc. or M.Sc. level.
  • Have extensive experience in the oil and gas industry.
  • Have a minimum of 5+ years' experience as Project Manager for large oil and gas development projects.
  • Have solid experience from Front End studies and EPC projects.
  • Have solid experience in project governance (e.g. O&G Project Model).
  • Have documented experience in leading teams, supervising and managing staff with the ability to work within large multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams, across functions.
  • Have a self-motivated and result oriented mindset, with the ability to effectively manage multiple priorities.
  • Have excellent problem-solving skills and a proactive mindset.
  • Have a solid commercial acumen.
  • Have good communication and presentation skills, including oral and written reporting.
  • Are proficient in MS office package and MS project.
  • Are fluent in English verbally as well as written
 
If you are a Project Manager looking for work in Denmark, please don't hesitate to apply now!
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Job Ref: 10043
Denmark
PROJECT MANAGERS OFFSHORE
Permanent

Project Services Manager

PROJECT SERVICES MANAGER      
       
DENMARK      
       
       
A Project Services Manager is required to work for a leading oil and gas operator, to be hired on a staff basis in Denmark.      
       
     
Role and Responsibilities      
 
  • Lead the day to day project services team.
  • Be responsible for establishing and adjusting the project service organisation, maintaining a high level of competence and the overall performance of the project services team.
  • Be responsible for preparing and maintaining the work breakdown structure, project master control estimate and project master schedule.
  • Be responsible for the development, production and communication of accurate and visible overall and detailed cost and planning status.
  • Be responsible for the preparation, production and communication of overall cost and schedule forecasts.
  • Be responsible for the review and reporting of the main contractors' costs & schedule performance. This will include e.g. analysis of their schedule- and cost reporting, identification of costs and schedule risks / deviations, progress review meetings with contractors, participation in audits and site visits.
  • Support the change management process in assessing cost and schedule impact of proposed changes.
  • Assist the Project Manager with various cost & schedule scenario evaluation.
  • Be responsible for initiating Cost & Schedule Risk Analysis.
  • Be responsible for obtaining and consolidating input to the annual budget and forecast processes as per license requirements.
  • Interface with other project disciplines as required for such as invoice control, cost forecasting, contract management and management of VORs.
  • Be responsible for the implementation of the Documentation Management System and its adherence by the project team.
  • Be responsible for monitoring delivery progress and quality of LCI deliverables from Contractors, in accordance with contractual requirements.  
  • Be responsible for transfer of technical information to Operations defined LCI's systems. 
     
 
S      Skills and Experience    
  
  • Have an engineering education at B.Sc. or M.Sc. level.
  • Have extensive experience in the oil and gas industry.
  • Have a minimum of 5+ years' experience as Project Services / Controls Manager for large oil and gas development projects
  • Have documented experience in leading teams, supervising and managing staff with the ability to work within large multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams, across functions.
  • Have solid experience in project governance (e.g. O&G Project Model).
  • Have a self-motivated and result oriented mindset with the ability to effectively manage multiple priorities.
  • Have excellent problem-solving skills and a proactive mindset.
  • Have good communication and presentation skills, including oral and written reporting.
  • Have proficient computer skills with MS office package and scheduling softwares (e.g. MS Project, Primavera).
  • Are proficient in cost control and scheduling methods, procedures and tools.
  • Are fluent in English verbally as well as written.
 
 
If you are a Project Services Manager looking for work in Denmark, please don't hesitate to apply now !    
 
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Job Ref: 10042
Denmark
PROJECT CONTROLS/SERVICES ENGS/MNGRS.OFFSHORE
Permanent

Facilities Manager

FACILITIES MANAGER
 
DENMARK
 
 
A Facilities Manager is required to work for a leading oil and gas operator, to be hired on a staff basis in Denmark.  
 
Role and Responsibilities
 
  • Lead the Facilities team in the daily work and be part of the project management team.
  • Be responsible for ensuring prioritisation of the facilities work and resources allocation.
  • Be responsible for the development activities of the project facilities including production processing facilities, pipelines and third-party tie-ins.
  • Manage and oversee the facilities engineering design, either done internally or outsourced to external contractors and ensure that the facilities design is optimal, fit-for-purpose and compliant with companies requirements, specifications, relevant codes and standards.
  • Ensure that the engineering for the development concepts and designs are delivered according to schedule, budget and to the right quality throughout the project development, including work on third-party tie-ins.
  • Be responsible for the review of all facilities engineering and related deliverables from the contractors, including technical tender evaluation.
  • Be responsible for preparing and obtaining approval for surface facility development plans.
  • Provide input to the project economic evaluation process by delivering CAPEX estimates.
  • Provide support to the commercial group in the evaluation of commercial offers from third-party.
  • Provide input and participate in Cost & Schedule Risk Assessment, including identifying and managing risks within area of responsibility and participate in the project risk management process.
  • Provide input to the change management process and perform assessment of impact in own area of responsibility.
  • Ensure Value Improvement Practices are identified and performed so that the facilities design is fit for purpose.
  • Coordinate and deliver all facilities input to technical reviews (e.g. peer reviews, external reviews) and decision gate reviews.
 
 
Skills and Experience
 
  • Have an engineering education at B.Sc. or M.Sc. level.
  • Have extensive experience in oil and gas engineering activities, either with another production operator, or contractor/supplier to the oil and gas industry.
  • Have previous experience as Facility Manager, Facilities Manager or Engineering Manager on oil and gas projects.
  • Have solid experience from Front End studies. Preferably some experience from detailed design / EPC projects as well as operational and maintenance experience.
  • Have solid experience in management of FEED and EPC contractors.
  • Have documented experience in leading teams, supervising and managing staff with the ability to work within large multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams, across functions.
  • Have working knowledge of all relevant codes, standards and industry practices.
  • Have solid experience in project governance (e.g. O&G Project Model).
  • Have a self-motivated and result oriented mindset, with the ability to effectively manage multiple priorities.
  • Have excellent problem-solving skills and a proactive mindset.
  • Have a solid commercial acumen.
  • Have good communication and presentation skills, including oral and written reporting.
  • Are proficient in MS office package and MS project.
  • Are fluent in English verbally as well as written.
 
If you are a Facilities Manager looking for work in Denmark, please don't hesitate to apply now !
 
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Job Ref: 10041
Denmark
FACILITIES ENGINEERS OFFSHORE
Permanent

Contract Manager

Contract Manager
 
Singapore
 
A leading engineering, procurement and construction company who focus on offshore oil, gas and energy developments are looking for a contract manager in Singapore.  
 
Roles & Responsibilities
 
The contract manager will provide guidance and support to the contracts engineering team and oversee all contract requirements relating to the project(s).
The contract manager will lead the contracting plan, manage the list of contractors, oversee the qualification of bidders and carry out both pre-contract and post contract activities.
The contract manager will ensure that all contracts are maintained and archived in accordance with the company's procedures.  
The contract manager will be a good team player who can independently manage the contract team.
The manager will have a strong understanding of the oil and gas business and act on relevant contract deadlines accordingly, whilst harbouring strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.  
 
 
Experience Required
 
Significant experience in Oil, Gas or other engineering industries.  
Experience in contract execution, contract management and contract administration
Relevant Qualification within Quantity Surveying and/ or Commercial Management or Finance  
Strong computer skills, including but not limited to the Microsoft Office suite.  
Right to work in Singapore
 
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Job Ref: 10009
Singapore
CONTRACTS ENGINEERS/ADMINISTRATORS OFFSHORE
Contract

QC Manager

QC MANAGER required by our client, an international Construction Company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Norfolk, VA.  
   
Duration: Permanent  
   
   
POSITION SCOPE    
   
The position of QC Manager is responsible for the Project's Quality Management System - its development, management, implementation, monitoring and continual improvement. The candidate accepts responsibility for its correct execution and completion of the works within the framework of: QHSE Local Regulations and Our Client's Policy, Our Client's Quality Standards, Ethic Chart as defined by Our Client.  
   
   
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES    
   
QC Management and Implementation  
 
  • Manages the Quality Control Department and activities of a project or its parts
  • Ensures the proper preparation and implementation of the Quality Plan and associated Quality Procedures across the Project scope of work
  • Assesses the compliance of the Quality Plan and QC Procedures through internal audit within the Project
  • Assumes functions as Lead Auditor
  • Implementing an efficient Audit Program and ensuring its monitoring along the Project
  • Integrating Audit Process at the time of Prequalification and surveillance audits to subcontractors and suppliers (Issue Audit report with recommendations as necessary)
  • Key Representative during external audits from certifying body (Afnor), VCGP, Client and other sister projects
  • Ensure the good communication within the Quality Department and the dispatch of important information
  • Maintain professional relationships between the Employer's Representative and the HRCP QC Staff at the site level, ensuring good relations between the two teams
  • Ensure that all relevant inspection and test records are maintained for inclusion in the Quality Record Packages and As-builts
  • May need to recommend stoppage of the works in any event that the quality may potentially affect the final product
  • Management of the non-conformities
  • Identifies, consolidates and reporting of the Project-wide Key Performance Indicators (KPI) for Management Review
  • Maintains good relationship with the Construction Department and ensures that the works are completed in compliance with the latest approved drawings
  • Management and quality assurance from the snagging work, up to the Hand-over Packages (As-built and Quality Record Packages) at each phase of works completion, ensuring full records traceability and availability to the satisfaction of the Client
  • Presentation of critical quality data and statistical analyses (e.g. nonconformity trends, cause and effects analysis, audit findings, design issues, trainings, etc.) as a means of identifying areas for further improvement
  • Technical and performance evaluation of all material/equipment submissions, ensuring compliance to Project specification
  • Conduct in-depth investigation, assessment, reporting and recommendations on project-specific concerns
  • Forecasting and budget cost estimates for the department's organization as well as project testing requirements
  • Plan and conduct project-wide trainings and awareness workshops relating to ISO 9001, the Project QMS and other specialized subjects
  • Development and implementation of Inspection and Test Plans (ITP), from initial trials to full works implementation, Quality Plan, Procedures and WMS
  • Review and approval of work method statements (WMS)
  • Makes sure that his department is working with latest approved document (drawings, WMS, ITP, inspection forms, etc.), and the same approval status is implemented by the construction team and subcontractors
  • Continuously demonstrate by his acts his full involvement in HSE issues, participates in HSE meetings and HSE programs, motivate his personnel and ensures that the works teams follow the Quality, Environment and Safety policies
 
Resources & Management:  
 
  • Define his organization chart, identifies and manages staff recruitment, and prepares the necessary documentation for Project Manager approval (prepare job description forms and job requisitions)
  • Manage staff requirements in coordination with the HR department and optimizing the resources in the department through the full life cycle of the project
  • Ensure that personnel allocated to the works are properly trained, qualified and informed through formalized procedures
  • Ensure that the relevant instructions are properly cascaded and implemented
  • Prepare and manage Staff Assessment (minimum once a year) - review past and fix future objectives, evaluates training requirements, recommend promotion for identified personnel
 
(Sub) Contracting Management:  
 
  • Technical and functional evaluation of bid submittals from subcontractors and suppliers
  • Review the QHSE Plans and Project Execution procedures of Subcontractors
  • Organize Quality kick-off meetings, trainings and inductions to subcontractors and suppliers to ensure they understand the QAQC processes
  • Conduct and review the performance evaluation of the subcontractors at the completion of their works
 
Main Deliverables:  
 
  • Issuance of the Project Quality Plan and its associated procedures
  • Budget for the Quality Department
  • Manpower and material resources for the department
  • Inspection and Test Plans
  • Material Approvals
  • Audit Reports
  • Quality trainings and inductions
  • Quality Reports (investigations, corrective action reports, audit reports, etc)
  • Key Performance Indicators
  • Quality Record Package
  • As-built Record Package
  • Hand-over Packages
  • Testing and Commissioning Package (in coordination with the T&C Manager)
 
 
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS    
 
Required:
  • Virginia Department of Transportation experience
  • Minimum of a Bachelor's degree in Engineering. Master's degree favoured
  • Minimum of 5 years experience in the construction industry, preferably on large infrastructure projects
  • Minimum of 20 years of experience in Quality Control
 
Strongly Encouraged:
  • Professional Engineer certificate (P.Eng/P.E./C.Eng) or equivalent
  • Previous experience in Canada or North America is a plus
  • ISO 9001 Lead Auditor training and extensive implementation of its principles is a big advantage
  •  
 
 
Strongly Encouraged:  
 
  • Professional Engineer certificate (P.Eng/P.E./C.Eng) or equivalent
  • Previous experience in Canada or North America is a plus
  • ISO 9001 Lead Auditor training and extensive implementation of its principles is a big advantage
  • Organizational and managerial skills
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Job Ref: 9747
Norfolk, VA
(QC) QUALITY CONTROL CERTIFICATION ENGS ONSHORE
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Renewable Energy USA

UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE USA!      
Mentor has some exciting potential opportunities in the USA over the next few months and we are keen to hear from experienced onshore and offshore renewable professionals. Particular demand for people with experience in Wind industry. If you are interested in being considered for any positions arising, please send us your CV.    
We look forward to hearing from you.
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Job Ref: 9577
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UPCOMING WIND OPPORTUNITIES IN THE USA

UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE USA!      
Mentor has some exciting potential opportunities in the USA over the next few months and we are keen to hear from experienced Managers and Engineers within the Wind industry. If you are interested in being considered for any positions arising, please send us your CV.  
We look forward to hearing from you.
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Job Ref: 9293
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Upcoming Opportunties in the United Kingdom

UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE United Kingdom
 
INDUSTRY SECTORS: Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Power, Infrastructure      
       
Mentor has some exciting potential opportunities in the United Kingdom over the next few months and we are keen to hear from experienced Managers and Engineers within the Energy & Infrastructure industries. If you are interested in being considered for any positions arising, please send us your CV – we look forward to hearing from you.  
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Job Ref: 8829
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UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES IN SOUTHEAST ASIA!
INDUSTRY SECTORS: Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Power, Infrastructure      
Mentor has some exciting potential opportunities in Southeast Asia  over the next few months and we are keen to hear from experienced Managers and Engineers within the Energy & Infrastructure industries. If you are interested in being considered for any positions arising, please send us your CV.      
We look forward to hearing from you.
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Job Ref: 8826
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UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES USA

UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES IN THE USA!    
Mentor has some exciting potential opportunities in the USA over the next few months and we are keen to hear from experienced Managers and Engineers within the Energy & Infrastructure industries. If you are interested in being considered for any positions arising, please send us your CV.  
We look forward to hearing from you.
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Job Ref: 8795
USA
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Opportunities in Europe

UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES IN EUROPE
 
  • Mentor has some exciting potential opportunities in Europe over the next few months and we are keen to hear from experienced Managers and Engineers within the Energy & Infrastructure industries.
  • If you are interested in being considered for any positions arising, please send us your CV - we look forward to hearing from you.
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