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Ports Engineer

PORTS ENGINEER required by our Client, a Renewables company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Boston, MA.

POSITION SCOPE

The Ports Engineer is a vital member of the construction package during the development and execution of the project off the coast of Massachusetts, USA. The Port Engineer will be responsible for the development and construction of our port facilities. The work will range over multiple port facilities with varying required degrees of upgrades from small upgrades to new construction of both marine structures and office/warehouse buildings.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Plan, design, construction monitoring, and contract management of ports required for the project.
  • Scoping consultancy and engineering works required by the project, including supervision.
  • Management of consultants, contractors, and stakeholders for the delivery of port infrastructures and facilities.
  • Provide technical support to the negotiations with Ports, either for managing or amending existing agreements, or new contracts.
  • To adhere to project program requirements.
  • Technical risks management, including ensuring internal stakeholders’ operational requirements are fulfilled.
  • Control and update forecasts for the cost and progress on port operations.
  • Provide ad hoc support on general engineering and management aspects of the project.
  • Recommend technical solutions or changes of proposed solutions.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • A bachelor’s or graduate degree in civil engineering (preferred), or similar.
  • Experience in port development/construction (including permitting)
  • 4+ years of proven relevant engineering experience
  • IT literate with the ability to operate MS Office systems and other IT-based project management software.
  • Ability to be present in the Boston, New Bedford, and Martha’s Vineyard Area.
  • Knowledge of US health and safety and environmental legislation/regulations.
  • Experience working in a team and delivering against targets and reporting.
  • Pro-active and diligent approach.
  • Good interpersonal skills and team player.
  • Report writing and presentation skills.
  • Ability to keep the overview, work under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  • Project Management experience and certification (preferred, not required) or equivalent experience.
  • Professional Engineer (PE) in related discipline (preferred, not required).
Job Ref: 10491
ENGINEERS
Madrid
Permanent
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Finance & Treasury Analyst

FINANCE & TREASURY ANALYST required by our Client, an Renewable company, to be assigned on a Permanent basis, located in Boston, MA.

POSITION SCOPE

Our Client is looking for an experienced Analyst to join the Finance and Treasury team to support the Financing, Treasury/Cash Management, and Insurance processes of our Clients projects. This position reports directly to the CFO. This person is expected to understand the financial markets and have proven experience in Project Finance transactions.

Financing

Work closely with CFO and sponsors on financing process.

Support preparation of information memorandum and marketing materials in preparation for financial close.

Support business case team on maintaining and updating the financial model.

Help coordinate all financing workstreams and associated timetable(s) through to financial close.

Setup and maintain the data room related to the financing due diligence process.

Coordinate Q&A between Project and Lenders/Tax Equity investors/Independent Engineer/Insurance underwriters.

Assist with the collation and fulfillment of Conditions Precedent to achieve Financial Close. Ensure that banking requirements are met during the financing process.

Support the negotiation of loan documentation and the due diligence within the project team.

Support the financing strategy of our Client before and after financial close.

Work closely with the management team and support the preparation of key decision materials for the Board of Directors and sponsors related to the financing.

Coordinate project loan disbursements, interest payments, and amortizations post-FC.

Support covenants requirements.

Prepare financial reports and presentations as required by management, sponsors, lenders and tax equity investors.

Treasury, Cash Management, Financial Assurance, and Other Tasks

Support Treasury management with budget, forecasting, actual data, and liquidity.

Perform daily cash management process.

Manage bank accounts.

Support financial risk management at project level. Ensure compliance with the financial risk policies of the company and sponsors.

Help manage the issuance and tracking of collateral requirements such as guarantees and letters of credit.

Present project-level collateral requests to sponsor’s internal committees for approval.

Support the negotiation of hedge documentation, ISDAs.

FX and IR hedge management and execution.

Insurance

Support insurance management at project level to ensure compliance with the insurance policies of the company and sponsors ensure timely and appropriate insurance policies are put in place

Coordinate internal workstreams to provide agent with project information and data and troubleshoot internal insurance-related issues.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

Degree in finance or accounting; MBA or other advanced degrees in quantitative fields preferred but not required

At least three years’ experience in project finance transactions

Energy industry experience preferred, renewable energy industry experience desirable

Ability to comprehend legal documents

Superior quantitative skills

Solid attention to detail

Leadership skills in a team environment

Job Ref: 10475
OTHER
Madrid
Contract
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Construction Coordinating Superintendent

CONSTRUCTION COORDINATING SUPERINTENDENT required by our Client, an International Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique  

Reports to: Project Manager OSBL Department: Onshore LNG

Location: Afungi Work Pattern: 6 x 4 but may revert to 28/28

POSITION SCOPE

The position reports to the Project Manager OSBL and will work in the LNG site project management team.

This role requires the coordination and interface with other the Project Manager ISBL, other project managers, superintendents, engineers, project controls, assurance and the EPC Contractor, vendors and subcontractors.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Lead the strategic planning of the construction works on site with close liaison with the Project Manager OSBL Project Manager ISBL, other project managers, superintendents, engineers, assurance and the EPC Contractor, vendors and subcontractors.

Work closely with project controls on work coordination, planning, scheduling, changes, budgets and cost, along with status updates and reporting

Identify conflicts in construction progress and communicate these to project teams for resolution.

Provide timely and accurate discipline progress and forecasting data to the Construction Superintendent and Project Managers as requested.

Site surveillance and reporting of EPC construction progress in critical areas to support the construction superintendents and project managers against approved schedules and milestones

Monitor and review general construction practices, including design control, document control, interface

Provide additional site support at schedule critical areas as directed by management

Work closely with Completion on construction completions and turnover to commissioning

Provide the coordination and interface management for the module fabrication locations

Participate in model reviews, constructability reviews and other important reviews.

Contribute to the continuous development and improvement of EPC construction practices

Undertake special assignment on coordination of construction work and reporting

Promote ethical conduct, accountability and transparency of decision making by example

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

Degree, diploma or vocational training in engineering, construction or heavy industrial related discipline

Construction professional with minimum ten (10) years relevant industry experience directly supervising contractors and/or work crews in construction & infrastructure works on capital projects

Supervisory or management experience on LNG or large capital project preferred

Proven track record as a Company representative on EPCM/PMC LNG & Construction projects

A history of safety leadership in similar roles on a large-scale construction projects

Advanced knowledge of general construction activities for onshore LNG Facilities, buildings and associated disciplines, such as survey, civil, structural, piping, mechanical, electrical and instruments

Ability to develop routine reporting and presentation templates for management meetings

Proven ability to liaise professionally with EPC Contractor and other key stakeholders on site

Ability to challenge others constructively and negotiate resolutions

Proven ability to interpret and manage project schedules and report against EPC field progress

A sound understanding of financial controls and project budgets

Tactful and mature demeanour with well-developed interpersonal skills including the ability to work well with diverse personalities.

Advanced computer skills for MS Office, Adobe and Database software applications

Job Ref: 10458
CONSTRUCTION
La Défense , Paris
Contract
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Completion & Turnover Management

COMPLETION AND TURNOVER MANAGER required by our Client, an International Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Afungi, Mozambique (28/28 rotation)

Division: LNG CONSTRUCTION

Direction : ONSHORE

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The COMPLETION AND TURNOVER MANAGER is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing the systems completion, punch-list, pre-commissioning, and handover process to ensure effective facility acceptance and timely transition to the commissioning team.

The COMPLETION AND TURNOVER MANAGER is a leader in their discipline and will develop/implement the facility Commissioning and Turnover program with a systematic approach to system acceptance and Mechanical Completion.

The role requires safety leadership and demonstrable technical competence to ensure a safe performance of the Completion and Turnover activities as per schedule, to hand-over a fit-for-purpose facility to the Commissioning team.

The role initiates with Afungi Site Improvements (ASI) and Resettlement Village (RV) projects and will extend into the LNG project execution phase.

Activities

Be a safety leader and promote the safety culture to all parties of the Project, using their Stop Work authority as required.

Ensure compliance with all relevant HSE requirements across the Project and promote a safe and healthy environment.

Prepare, co-ordinate and monitor all Completion and Turnover activities, as per contract requirements and construction procedures, up to Mechanical Completion and handover to the Commissioning team.

Specific attention to activities involving Client responsibilities and interfaces; maintaining a close and open relationship with the Client Commissioning team, the EPC Contractor and Subcontractors.

Perform contract review and identify contract deliverables, facilitate the development of execution plans, method statements, and other relevant procedures to ensure that work plans and scopes are aligned with project strategies.

Monitor Contractor’s performance in issuing construction handover deliverables in compliance with contract requirements.

Prompt and influence Contractor’s mitigation plans where deliverable forecasts do not meet requirements.

Lead all necessary Completion and Turnover planning meetings to ensure a smooth resolution of issues.

Provide input to weekly and monthly reports for specific areas of responsibility. Track and report relevant KPI’s.

Context and environment

Rotational position based on in Afungi, Cabo Delgado, Mozambique, in a remote area with potential security threats.

Lump Sum Turnkey Contract with EPC Contractor and multiple subcontractors.

Accountabilities

Leadership of the Completions and Turnover team.

Development of appropriate plans, procedures, and programs for safe and effective execution of the Completions and

Turnover activities including Punch List management and Mechanical Completion.

Responsible for implementing and managing the systems completion, pre-commissioning and handover process, to ensureneffective acceptance and timely transition to the commissioning team.

Resolution of issues to achieve the schedule and the project requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE

Minimum of 20 years LNG and Oil & Gas Project experience, representing the Owner and/or Contractor.

Minimum of 15 years direct experience of Completions and Turnover of major oil & gas projects.

Strong HSE culture and safety leadership, effective communication with the ability to influence.

Knowledge of appropriate codes, standards, good construction practices, specifically in the oil & gas industry.

Experience managing activities at remote sites with a diverse multi-cultural team.

English written and verbal communication skills, Portuguese or French is an advantage.

 

Job Ref: 10457
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
La Défense , Paris
Contract
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Operational Risk Manager

OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGER required by our Client based in the oil and gas industry, to be hired on a full-time basis, located in Houston, TX.

Duration: Permanent

POSITION SCOPE

Responsible for the various risks that can arise from the company's ordinary business activities including personnel and systems.

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Identify operational risks by way of internal system failures and/or inadequacies, existing processes, and/or external events.
  • Implement operational risk controls with the intent to minimize market losses highlighting company limits usage, excesses and risk procedures.
  • Create analytical tools and comprehensive reports intended to measure and quantify risk exposure.
  • Ensure operational risk metrics are presented to risk staff and senior management in timely manner.
  • Routinely provide high-level risk forecast report intended to proactively mitigate potential losses across multiple business areas and functions to senior management.
  • Adapt to current developments and future directions in operational risk management.
  • Advising on the risk characteristics on complex deals/trades and reporting operational information to internal and external stakeholders
  • Oversee the operational risk team to perform daily tasks and manage all respective reporting.
  • Be involved and occasionally serve as key project stakeholder in ERTM and reporting development.
  • Work closely with other risk and front office staff to quantify the risk spectrum as necessary.
  • Support risk review and advice on sign offs on any expansions or significant variations to existing portfolios, including new products and market expansions
  • Develop and maintain a stress and scenario testing framework
  • Review the liability-based benchmarks
  • Analyze potential sources of losses from a procedural, systems, and personnel perspective.
  • Provide operational risk measurement for trading portfolios.
  • Support policy specialist and risk review teams.
  • Report operational risk metrics to senior management.
  • Remain up to date on company limits usage, excesses and risk procedures.
  • Work closely with other risk and front office staff to quantify the risk spectrum as necessary.
  • Develop strong understanding of CFEi compliance and legal policies.
  • Serve as key support for all risk system development and testing with mission to promote efficiencies.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Commodities risk experience (2+ years) ideally from a trading company. Actuarial consultancy or ratings agency also acceptable.
  • Sound understanding of investment fundamentals, asset classes, sectors and principles.
  • Good understanding of risk management methodologies including VaR.
  • Good understanding of risk-based economic models including Solvency II. Significant experience with quantitative risk modelling, ideally with practical experience with stochastic risk models.
  • Graduate degree or professional qualifications in financial modelling, economics, quantitative risk or equivalent.
  • Understand standard industry contracts:
    • NAESB
    • EEI
    • ISDA
    • Regulated contract from ISO’s
  • Working knowledge of energy risk metrics/ models.
  • Strong proficiency with MS Office products with emphasis on Excel, Access, and VBA is a plus.
  • Good knowledge in Matlab, Python, R and SQL.
  • Attention to detail and respect for due diligence to follow up on any risk related anomalies.
  • High level of confidence and ability to articulate complex ideas in a cohesive and concise manner.
  • Meticulous approach to all tasks at hand.
  • Excellent communication skill, good analytical mind, ability to operate in fast-paced and collaborative environment.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and be able to work with various individuals /teams across the organization.
  • The ideal candidate must have strong desire to learn, be self-sufficient, and enthusiastic about CFEi energy business.

 

 

Job Ref: 10455
OTHER
Houston, Tx 77024.
Permanent
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Credit Risk Manager

CREDIT RISK MANAGER required by our Client based in the oil and gas industry, to be hired on a full-time basis, located in Houston, TX.

Duration: Permanent

POSITION SCOPE

Responsible for the risk the company incurs by extending credit to counterparties (clients and suppliers).

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Institute, lead, and deliver credit card fraud mitigation support.
  • Preempt fraud detection challenges at the strategy and portfolio level and provide analytical/modeling solutions.
  • Manage exposures through the trading systems.
  • Margin counterparties when credit line is breached or if there is a qualifying credit event.
  • Monitor current market events and counterparties.
  • Develop a Credit Risk analysis model.
  • Negotiate banking documents including.
    • Letters of credit.
    • Parent guaranties.
    • Credit terms for lines of credit extended to CFEi.
  • Assist accounting with collection issues.
  • Work with marketers to structure deals.
  • Establish and monitor policies and procedures that will foster the company’s potential to meet its sales and risk management goals. Monitor and assess active accounts to reduce or prevent bad debt losses.
  • Provide the organization with advice on any potential risks to the profitability or existence of the company. Make sure alerts are readily available for business channels transactions.
  • Identify and evaluate threats, and developing alternative courses of actions to avoid, reduce, or transfer risks.
  • Develop and implementing policies and procedures that help to reduce the credit risk of the organization/financial institution.
  • Develop financial models that predict credit risk exposure of the organization and oversee the preparation of performance reports for management.
  • Manage unsecured lending portfolio and continually optimize risk strategy for acquisition, fraud, and collection.
  • Communicate and maintain current policies and procedures to subordinates and other affected parties.
  • Assist in controlling costs associated with operating and collecting credits.
  • Actively support efforts to identify credit risk related issues and coordinate issues resolution management.
  • Ensure timely prioritization, execution, and delivery of key projects and initiatives
  • Produce key management reports and respond to ad hoc requests by managing consumer credit risk reporting resources.
  • Ensure effective design and oversight of the consumer quality function; identify the scope and prioritize local quality control resources.
  • Provide support for pricing and new product process for credit risk inputs (loss assumptions and product risk assessments).
  • Manage cross-market as well as central/local credit risk activities.
  • Develop strong understanding of CFEi compliance and legal policies.
  • Manage the Credit risk group.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Commodities risk experience (4+ years) ideally from a trading company. Actuarial consultancy or ratings agency also acceptable.
  • Sound understanding of investment fundamentals, asset classes, sectors and principles.
  • Good understanding of risk management methodologies including VaR.
  • Degree or professional qualifications in financial modelling, economics, quantitative risk or equivalent.
  • Designation such as CFA, FRM, PRM, MBA considered an asset.
  • Working knowledge of consumer credit risk management and must possess sound market and industry knowledge of the sector in which they specialize
  • Advance computer skills, especially proficiency with Microsoft Office (Excel, Access, Word, PowerPoint) applications; a working knowledge of SAS (Base, Macros) or SQL, R and Python is a plus, and other coding experience are acceptable. Experience in working with data and data manipulation tools may also be required
  • Ability to handle several complex tasks simultaneously and also coordinate key projects with a variety of stakeholders is essential
  • Great written and verbal communication skills to be able to work effectively with others.
  • Ability to make deductions and meaning from rather complex and abstract situations and make sound decisions.
  • Understand standard industry contracts:
    • NAESB
    • EEI
    • ISDA
    • Regulated contract from ISO’s
  • Have understanding of public and private counterparty’s financial statements
  • Facilitate Commercial with term deals for potential financial downfalls
  • Have knowledge of S&P, Credit Risk Monitor, Bloomberg and Moody’s reports
  • Ability to facilitate deal exceptions with upper management in the event of stranded deal
  • Ability to calculate mark to market risk using current price curves
  • Familiarity with non-trading areements
    • Storage agreements
    • Pipeline agreements
    • Transport agreements
    • Netting agreements
    • Structured deal contracts
  • Some understanding of bankruptcy law to work in collaboration with legal
  • Ability to work in a fast paced environment
Job Ref: 10454
OTHER
Houston, Tx 77024.
Permanent
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Market Risk Manager

 

MARKET RISK MANAGER required by our Client based in the oil and gas industry, to be hired on a full-time basis, located in Houston, TX

Duration: Permanent

POSITION SCOPE

Responsible for the risk of changing conditions in the natural gas market including competitors’ behavior.

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Identifying market risk in a variety of settings.
  • Measuring and analyzing market risk in a variety of settings.
  • Adapting to current developments and future directions in market risk management.
  • Advising on the risk characteristics on complex deals/trades and reporting market information to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Supervise and manage the market risk team to perform daily tasks and management reporting.
  • Verify the pricing and risk models of new products and conduct back testing on the models.
  • Responsible for risk database development and maintenance.
  • Support the calibration and validation of market and credit risk parameters for use in capital modelling.
  • Develop and maintain a stress and scenario testing framework.
  • Develop and implement new risk processes and systems.
  • Review the liability-based benchmarks.
  • Monitoring liquidity risk and the groups liquidity risk framework.
  • Support risk review and advice on sign offs on any expansions or significant variations to existing portfolios, including new products and market expansions.
  • Manage the Market risk group.

 

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Commodities risk experience (4+ years) ideally from a trading company. Actuarial consultancy or ratings agency also acceptable.
  • Understand standard industry contracts:
    • NAESB
    • EEI
    • ISDA
    • Regulated contract from ISO’s
  • Sound understanding of investment fundamentals, asset classes, sectors and principles.
  • Familiarity with non-trading agreements:
    • Storage agreements
    • Pipeline agreements
    • Transport agreements
    • Netting agreements
    • Structured deal contracts
  • Good understanding of risk management methodologies including VaR.
  • Good understanding of risk-based economic models including Solvency II. Significant experience with quantitative risk modelling, ideally with practical experience with stochastic risk models.
  • Graduate degree or professional qualifications in financial modelling, economics, quantitative risk or equivalent.
  • Strong analytical/quantitative and programming skills.
  • Good understanding of market risk management concepts, practice and models.
  • Excellent communication skill, good analytical mind, ability to operate in fast-paced and collaborative environment.
  • Excellent knowledge of financial derivatives, forward contracts, hedging, finance, and energy sector economics; in-depth understanding of commodity and foreign exchange transactions including physical buy/sells, financial swaps, spreads, futures, and options with an ability to examine hedge efficiencies and exposures.
Job Ref: 10453
OTHER
Houston, Tx 77024.
Permanent
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Lead Process Engineer

LEAD PROCESS ENGINEER – MEG SYSTEMS required by our Client, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Mumbai, India.

Duration:         24 months

POSITION SCOPE

Lead Process Engineer reporting to Package Manager for detailed design, procurement, construction, pre-commissioning  and support for commissioning/start-up for expansion of an existing onshore mono-ethylene glycol (MEG) purification/recovery plant in India comprising pre-treatment, re-concentration and reclamation sections. Includes removal and disposal of divalent and monovalent salts from dirty MEG after separation from well fluids. Design experience with regards to world class suppliers of MEG refining technology suppliers such as Schlumberger’s (formally known as Cameron), Aker’s, and others is preferred. Past experience and familiarity with FEED competitions a plus. Residence in client’s office in Mumbai, India with travel to vendor’s locations worldwide will be required. Successful candidate will form a part of Client’s integrated project team managing Client’s EPC contractor(s) for this work.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

Chemical Engineering Degree

Min. 18 Years Process Engineering Experience

5 Years Mono-ethylene Glycol (MEG) Engineering Experience

Strong background in onshore and/or offshore upstream and downstream process systems design including process engineering and process safety, at both FEED and detailed design.

Experience with HAZOP, HAZID, SIL, LOPA, ALARP, Bow-Ties and design reviews.

Strong background in working with a multi-discipline team.

Strong project delivery track record.

 

Job Ref: 10452
ENGINEERS
Contract
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Mechanical Engineer

MECHANICAL ENGINEER required by our Client, a Renewable company, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Boston, Massachusetts.

POSITION SCOPE

Mechanical Engineer will support the wind turbine team during the execution of our Clients Offshore Wind Farm off the coast of Massachusetts, USA. This individual will act as the technical expert within a team of engineers and project managers that are responsible for the implementation of the project Turbine Supply Agreement (TSA); supporting decision making on all activities from design, manufacturing through assembly and offshore installation works until final hand over to operations team. The Mechanical Engineer will be working as part of the project execution team based in Boston, MA with activities in multiple locations across Europe and USA. The position will require travel to various locations within the USA and overseas with the main focus in France and Spain.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Mechanical Engineer will provide support to the Package Lead and Technical Lead in the delivery of the package. The main responsibilities will be:

Manage technical (mechanical) aspects/requirements in the Turbine Supply Agreement, and technical interfaces with the supplier.

Lead/support interface design processes between the WTG package and other packages, e.g. tower/foundation, installation etc.

Support the overall project certification process liaising with the Certified Verification Agency (CVA) and turbine supplier.

Monitor the WTG technology development taking part in Technical Due Diligences

Represent the Project in front of the WTG supplier in technical forums.

Ensure the qualification and acceptance of design modifications in relation to mechanical design.

To adhere to project program requirements.

Technical risks management.

Coordination of engineering resources (both internal and external) to address technical issues.

Recommend technical solutions or changes to the project management.

Advise WTG Quality Manager and WTG Package Manager on the impact of technical risks and propose solutions.

Contribute to the establishment of quality assurance system with procedures and requirements for turbine acceptance, and assist in the revision of quality documentation during the manufacturing and installation.

Liaise with external professionals who provide technical expertise and project support in evaluation of operational and performance issues.

Ensure that all recommendations are documented and sufficient due diligence exists to support decisions (whether internal or external diligence).

 

Requirements:

 

Reporting on progress to WTG Technical Lead.

Represent WTG package in technical meetings both internally and with the suppliers.

Coordinate technical communication exchanged with supplier.

Monitor WTG design modifications proposals, and prepare reports assessing its suitability for the Project.

Carry out documentation reviews of quality dossiers provided by the turbine supplier

Review technical and contract documents and specifications.

Attend to the audits, inspections, and First Article Inspection (FAI) for relevant WTG components.

Review of non-conformities and evaluate proposed corrective actions.

Participate in relevant walk downs.

Support with the project certification

Organize and participate in technical workshops/meetings with the WTG supplier.

Attend HAZID´s / HAZOP´s

 

QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE

 

Educated to Degree level in mechanical engineering (preferred), other engineering degrees, or similar.

2 years of wind industry experience (WTG´s, offshore wind preferable).

IT literate with the ability to operate MS Office systems and other IT-based project management software.

Flexibility to travel both in US and overseas.

Extensive technical and practical knowledge of wind turbine technology.

Experience in offshore wind turbines and offshore windfarm construction.

Good knowledge of industry standards and offshore regulations.

Knowledge of US construction standards and regulations.

Knowledge of US health and safety and environmental legislation/regulations (i.e. OSHA).

Experience of working in a team and delivering against targets and reporting.

Pro-active and diligent approach.

Good interpersonal skills.

Report writing and presentation skills.

Ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines.

HSE training for managing site construction works e.g. OSHA Construction Industry Certificate (preferable).

The Location: This position is based in Boston, MA.

Job Ref: 10417
ENGINEERS
Permanent
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TSO Interface Manager / Offshore Engineer

A TSO Interface Manager / Offshore Engineer is required to work for a renewable energy operator and assist with the delivery of offshore substation fabrication. This is a permanent position based in Belgium.

 

Responsibilities:

  • The Offshore Engineer ensure coordination and smooth development of the works by Company’s partner, observing at any moment the stipulations set in the Cooperation Service Agreement signed with them and surveillance of their works in order to make sure that the agreement is observed by them as well.
  • The Engineer will liaise with personnel at site in order to assure the smooth development of their works, acting as intermediaries between them and Project team or any other Company Contractor
  • The Engineer will provide advice on construction specifics and testing solutions / risk levels and commercial agreements
  • The Engineer will carry out the Site inspection with Project Site Team at the arrival about the Free-Issued Equipment provided by Project
  • The Engineer will control, manage and assist IEC/SP Engineering and Design Teams with all the Site Queries raised during the fabrication activities

 

Requirements

 

  • Degree and professional qualification in relevant engineering discipline (Master Engineer or BEng –Naval, Industrial, Electrical Engineering)
  • Proven 5 years of Site experience on Construction Management works, for Offshore Wind, Oil & Gas, Shipbuilding or Power Industry.
  • Proven Site experience on substation, HV & MV Electrical installation works, cable routing, instruments, connections, electrical devices, fixations, electrical cabinets, etc. for Offshore Wind, Oil & Gas, Shipbuilding or Power Industry.
  • Proven experience in contract management. Experience in Construction/ delivery Contracts
  • Cultural Awareness, Prove International Assignment or similar
  • Familiar with Offshore Design Codes for Fabrication, testing and design of offshore structure (DNV) and IEC 60092 Electrical installations in ships 
Job Ref: 10416
ENGINEERS
Permanent
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Safety Representative/Engineer

SAFETY ENGINEER required by our Client, to be hired on a Contract basis, located in Richmond, VA.

 

 

Duration: 3 months-to-direct

 

 

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

 

  • Support all safety efforts on the project and promote company safety culture
  • Ensure contractor activities are pre-planned for safety through scope review, pre-construction meetings, Safe Work Plans reviewed with crews
  • Work with field operations to ensure compliance with the project safety and environmental program.
  • Perform Weekly Toolbox Talks
  • Conduct accident/incident investigations
  • Prepare all Incident/Near Miss reports and submit into Corporate Safety Director as well as project ownership.
  • Be involved with and lead training and site-specific meeting requirements.
  • Conduct site hazard inspections of work operations; complete required reports and notifications
  • Provide administrative, technical direction, and updates on the safety program
  • Assist project management to ensure compliance with all safety policies
  • Conduct and participate in safety audits
  • Coordinate safety training activities on the project
  • Inventory and order safety supplies and materials as needed
  • New Hire orientation of personnel and maintain their files
  • Attend pre-construction meetings, progress meetings, and other required meetings
  • Perform additional assignments per Safety Director's direction
  • Ability to manage time as well as multi-task assignments
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS ​​​​​​​
  • OSHA 30
  • CPR and First Aid Training
  • Working knowledge of construction safety principles, techniques and methods
  • Practical knowledge of OSHA laws, regulations and policies
  • Capable of identifying known potential exposures and recommending corrective action
  • Computer skills and familiarity with the Microsoft Office
  • Management, leadership and inter-personal skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
Job Ref: 10403
CONSTRUCTION
Richmond, VA
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Project Director – Wind

SENIOR EPC/I DIRECTOR, OFFSHORE WIND required by our Client, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Houston, TX.

POSITION SCOPE

To help win and deliver successful large, complex EPCI offshore wind development projects.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Successfully deliver large complex EPC/I offshore wind projects

Overall fiscal, contractual, quality and technical management of the project

Overall project management through the engineering, procurement and construction phases

Actively manage the customer, scope and change orders

Provide technical stewardship during the engineering, procurement and construction phases

Actively participates in team selection/appointment of key resources for projects

Establish and manage all global integrated project delivery centers

Provide assistance in developing the procurement plan and identification of key suppliers and equipment selection

Provide technical and commercial review and assist in negotiations of all major contracts, JV's, partnerships etc.

Establish and maintain the quality control, health, safety, environmental and security standards for the project

Establish and manage the project digital plan

Identify and establish all support services that are required to successfully deliver the project

Establish all Project Reporting requirements and deliver weekly, bi-weekly, monthly and quarterly reports

Establish and manage the project schedule, cost and resources

Manage the construction partner, any sub-contractors and execution through sail-away

Identify and select T&I contractor and manage through installation, commissioning and hand-over

Provide hand-over and support to the O&M team

QUALIFICATIONS / EDUCATION

Undergraduate Degree in engineering, project management, construction management or equivalent

20+ years professional experience in the offshore energy industry

Extensive project delivery/project governance experience, including EPC, lump sum

Extensive offshore platform EPC delivery experience from FEED through start-up

Offshore wind farm development experience with Offshore Substation knowledge

Strong commercial acumen and experience in alternative commercial contracting models/risk profiles and project scopes/phases

Experience of successfully engaging with clients, senior management and other key stakeholders

Superior communication and presentation skills, both written and verbal

Outstanding interpersonal skills and ability to maintain calm and effective interactions during stressful situations

Motivational leadership style with ability to develop high performance culture

Excellent organizational skills demonstrated by clear and effective project management and executive level reporting that ensures timely action and decision making

Ability to mitigate risks effectively and proactively through positive decision making

 

 

Job Ref: 10387
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FPU Contract Lead

FPU CONTRACT LEAD required by our Client, an oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis, located in Houston, TX

Duration: 1-year contract

POSITION SCOPE

The job holder will be responsible for Contract activities for Contracting & Procurement in support of the FPU Package for the project. This includes engineering and construction of the FPU along with other associated services contracts.  During the initial phase of the project focusing on FEED activities, s/he will manage and coordinate: Frame Agreements (MSA) and Insurance, Contracts and Purchase Orders all the engineering activities related to the FPU, Confidentiality Agreements with various Parties (Contractors and Service Companies), Liaison with HQ procurement branch (TGP)

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

  • The Job Holder contributes to the organization of Contracts with the project
  • Participate in implementing contract and services referential (procedures, templates, forms…)
  • Ensure the communication with client Procurement and in particular the Category Management network,
  • Assist the Technical and Support entities.
  • The Job Holder manages the sourcing of Goods and Services:
  • Participate actively in the definition and implementation of the contractual Plan,
  • Manage the processes correctly:
  • Receive purchase requests with a clear scope of work/service from the requesting entities,
  • Develop all documents in accordance with project contractual strategies
  • Organise, lead and manage the tendering process,
  • Lead the negotiation with the contractors,
  • Evaluate Offers along with requesting entities
  • Supervise the establishment of the contracts, and directly participate the contract management thereof,
  • Ensure validation of all contract/PO content and process (including Partner(s) approval),
  • Participate in the settlement of lawsuits, in relation with the Juridical, Insurance, Finance entities
  • The Job Holder manages the compliance
  • Assist in development, implementation and maintenance of Contracts and Procurement policies, strategies and procedures to ensure compliance with Applicable Law and regulations and Group policies,
  • Ensure that tendering procedures and processes strictly adhere to the compliance and ethical rules defined by the Group,
  • Ensure that Contracts/PO comply with the standards of the Company and the Agreements with the Partner(s)
  • Ensure the application and respect of the procedures in the tendering process.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Master’s degree, engineering or Business.
  • Demonstrated ability to negotiate varied and complex contracts with a wide range of vendors, with a minimum of 10 years’ experience in procurement of oil and gas equipment and services
  • Negotiation skills,
  • Knowledge of C&P tools
  • Excellent organizational ability and commitment, working well under pressure and meeting deadlines
  • Good team player:  willingness to help, confidence and competence to deliver.
  • Good knowledge and appreciation of critical business support activities (legal, commercial, economics, finance, insurance, tax, JV management …).
  • Job holder must have superior written and oral communication.
  • Flexibility and pro-activeness are requested.
  • Fluent English required.
Job Ref: 10364
PROJECT SERVICES
Houston, Tx
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Subsurface & 20k Cost Controller

SUBSURFACE & 20K COST CONTROLLER required by our Client, an oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis, located in Houston, TX

Duration: 1-year contract

POSITION SCOPE

The Job Holder will hold this position up to the Project FID and beyond if approval to proceed is received. The project management and controls teams will be based in the client location. During this FEED phase, the position holder shall be responsible for managing the Wells and Drilling/Completion, the Geosciences and the 20K package costs through integration of cost data and cost control processes (i.e. cost reporting, forecasts, commitments, budgets, VOWD, variance analysis, contingencies, period close & reconciliation, earned value progress, trend analysis, etc.) and tools by working with project stakeholders (i.e. project management & leads, HQ, Finance & JVA, vendors & subcontractors, partners, etc.). The job holder will perform this work in accordance with Corporate, client and Project rules, guidelines and procedures.

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Overall responsibility for all Drilling & Wells, Geosciences and 20K package cost control activities including:
  • Review, monitor and analyze committed, expended, earned values, and forecasted costs for package against approved budget and approved changes
  • Stands together by coordinating with Project Team Leads to review data to ensure commitments, schedule requirements, and risk items are accurately represented in the project forecast
  • Prepare cost reports; ensure variances, incurred, committed, budgets, and forecasted costs are properly explained and communicated to the project team
  • Track use of contingency, management reserve, and approved changes to project budget
  • Analyze, track, and report project (or contract specific) financial KPIs, and communicate their status to the project team
  • Participate in project meetings when required; gather, prepare, and analyze data for Risk Assessments; ensure risk information is incorporated into the project forecast
  • Support contracts and procurements for bidding, tendering, contract selection, and change management as required
  • Manage procurement to pay process including ensuring invoices are paid timely
  • Document processes and procedures as required by project or HQ directives
  • Identify opportunities for improvement to forecasting and other project cost control methodologies and document as lessons learned
  • Promote a culture of safety, health, and environment
  • Participate in project digitalization to promote efficiencies, synergies, and simplification
  • The role will evolve into a package cost control role for the Project Execution phase.
  • The job holder will have to liaise actively with Project Management and related Drilling, Geosciences and 20K Package and Line Managers for the performance of the above duties.
  • The job holder is also accountable for demonstrating an exemplary behaviour with regard to 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.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor’s degree in business management or similar
  • 5+ years of experience in major oil and gas project cost control
  • Deep water developments, Drilling & Completions, Geosciences knowledge and experience
  • Excellent organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines
  • Requires team spirit with ability to work closely with various stakeholders including but not limited to diverse international teams, vendors & subcontractors, affiliates, HQ, etc.
  • Strong communication and proficient presentation skills
  • Knowledgeable and experienced with cost engineering principles and methods including budgeting and forecasting, change management, management systems/procedures, Cost and Work Breakdown Structures, Earned Value Systems and contingency management.
  • SAP
  • PMP, CPA, AACEi certification a plus
  • Fluent English required.
Job Ref: 10363
PROJECT SERVICES
Houston, Tx
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QA/QC Lead

QA/QC LEAD required by our Client, an oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis, located in Houston, TX

Duration: 1-year contract

POSITION SCOPE

The job holder is responsible for the preparation, implementation, coordination and reporting of all activities related to Quality Management for the North Platte Project, and for the reporting at project level, for the duration of the Project. To promote Quality in the project and provide Quality advice; To assist project management in the definition of organizational requirements per package, and the selection and coordination of QC personnel; To assist the Project Management team in the organization, implementation and audit of quality procedures related to the project (internal activities oriented); To define, develop, implement and control implementation of a Quality Management System for the project (external activities oriented) and assist the Project Management team and Work Package Managers in the organization and implementation of such Quality Management System; To define, organize and coordinate the Quality Surveillance of Contractors and of their main Subcontractors, organize Quality audits and visits in coordination with concerned Package Managers, and issue updated evaluations of their performance within the project; To review and give advice on Contractors', Subcontractors' and suppliers' QA/QC Inspection & Test Plans for overall coherence and adequacy (format, document control and enforcement to Quality Specifications), with the knowledge that prime responsibility for Quality Control remaining with the Packages Managers and their teams; Supervising functionally the QA/QC Leaders and Engineers assigned within the different Packages. The communication of the project internally and with the Partners and on all matters related to Quality Management. The job holder will also be the Feedback Representative for the Project towards client Headquarters. The job holder is also accountable individually for demonstrating an exemplary behavior about H3SE rules and requirements, and with regard to the Company Ethics and “Code of Conduct” policy. Main interfaces: The job holder shall liaise actively with all the Project Package Managers (mainly) for all QA/QC related activities.

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

  • To adopt and demonstrate an exemplary behaviour with regard to HSSE and to implement HSSE rules and requirements within his area of responsibility.
  • To adopt and demonstrate an exemplary behaviour with regard to the Company Ethics and "Code of Conduct" policy.
  • To develop, adapt and implement the Quality Management System (QMS) of the project (policies, plans, procedures and requirements for Contractors) on the basis of Company Quality charters, directives, rules and objectives, and to define, develop and implement the associated organization and means.
  • To manage the QMS register (plans, procedures, specifications…) in consultation with the concerned Package Managers and Leaders.
  • To investigate any identified or reported problem in the application of Project QMS and propose solutions/ improvements to the concerned Managers
  • To prepare and implement, in consultation with Project management, an Internal Audit Plan in order to ensure compliance with the QMS and to ensure that Project Quality reviews are regularly and properly conducted and that decided actions are diligently completed (actions monitoring)
  • To review as necessary Bidders/Contractor's key documents (e.g.: project execution plans, project quality plans, quality control plans, audit schedules and key project procedures), ensuring that they are in line with Project expectations and that they fulfil contract requirements.
  • To prepare and implement during the next phase of the project an External Audit Plan covering Contractors and Major Subcontractors in order to ensure enforcement of QMS requirements, and to monitor the External Audits findings & remarks, and any other reported Quality problems, through periodic meetings with Contractors
  • To use visits to work-sites to liaise with resident project personnel, and review any quality problems or difficulties they report.
  • To be involved as needed in the action plan defined by Project Senior Management, as in all the other retrieval plans to solve Project issues and deficiencies.
  • To participate to Project Management meetings (Weekly/Monthly) and all required meetings.
  • To ensure adequate and timely reporting to the Project Director (reports / meetings) highlighting progress and areas of concern.
  • To assist the Project Director with the relations with Partners specifically regarding Quality Management matters and to participate in the preparation and participate (as required) to Workshops / Committee meetings with Partners
  • To ensure confidentiality of all the documentation related to Quality Management (whatever its support)
  • To act as Feedback Representative for the Project towards client Headquarters
  • Gathers and validate 'lessons learnt' from all project team and provides feedback to client PJC/MSF.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Engineer, or equivalent.
  • 15-20 years, and 5-10 years in a similar position, GOM Deepwater development experience
  • Skilled in preparation and implementation of Project Quality management Systems,
  • Proficient organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines, strong communication and presentation skills. Team worker capable of working autonomously
  • Fluent English required.
Job Ref: 10362
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Houston, Tx
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SPS System, Digital & Interface Lead

SPS SYSTEM, DIGITAL & INTERFACE LEAD required by our Client, an oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis, located in Houston, TX

Duration: 1-year contract

POSITION SCOPE

To ensure consistency of Subsea System Engineering of the project Subsea facilities. To coordinate with the SPS contractor and within the package the qualification and Testing Scope. To Coordinate with the support of the 20K Group the I3P scope of SPS Contractor. Proactive focal point for SPS technical interfaces and interface coordination – responsible for the implementation of the Project technical interface process, coordination, and reporting within the SPS Package. Focal point for SPS Package Digital Twin contribution – responsible for the implementation of the MDM process, and the coordination with Project Data Management Engineer.

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Provide reporting function towards SPS Manager for all System, Interfaces and Digital related activities within the SPS Package.
  • Support to SPS Technical Manager for follow up and review of technical elements related to the SPS Package
  • Preparation of project documentation and reports.
  • Supervise System Engineering technical studies / activities (including SPS safety engineering) with the SPS contractor (from scope of work definition to execution) ensuring progress reporting and technical objectives and delivery to required schedule is achieved – in compliance with Project technical requirements
  • Coordinate under the supervision of the SPS Technical Manager and with the support of other SPS technical Leads the Qualification and Testing activities with the SPS contractor (from scope of work definition to execution). Particular attention will be paid the System Integration Testing.
  • Prepare and coordinate with SPS Contractor Critical meetings at Project and package level with regards to Subsea System design reviews and Safety Engineering reviews (HAZIDs / ENVIDs, etc).
  • Prepare (as appropriate), review and comment Project and Package documentation and external consultant / contractor project documentation.
  • Focal point for SPS technical interfaces and interface process (New PRODOM).
  • Leadership, implementation and coordination of the Project interface process within the SPS Package and ensure cascade into the execution in coordination with SPS Technical Manager and other SPS Leads.
  • Ensure identification, validation and resolution of detailed interface issues in conjunction with Discipline leads in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
  • Interact directly with the Project Interface Manager for the follow-up of SPS interfaces and reports areas of concern for preventive or corrective action
  • Monitor and liaise directly with contractors for technical interface matters during execution
  • Ensure follow-up on progress and timely resolution of interface requests as well as support proactive resolution of interfaces disputes
  • Provide active reporting to the SPS Package Manager and Project Interface Manager for SPS interfaces.
  • Focal point for SPS package for the coordination of the I3P dossier required for the HPHT Project development validation
  • Interact directly with the project 20k I3P coordinator for the follow-up of SPS I3P process and reports areas of concern for preventive or corrective action
  • Monitor and liaise directly with contractors for I3P matters during execution
  • Provide active reporting to the SPS Package Manager and 20k I3P coordinator for SPS I3P scope.
  • Focal point for SPS package for the coordination of the Digital twin development in coordination with SPS Contractor and Project Data Management Engineer.
  • Ensure that the correct implementation of Digital systems into and by the Subsea Packages in accordance with the Project’s Management of Technical Information Plan and in consultation with the Project Data management engineer.
  • Provide leadership within Subsea Package for HSSE performance and compliance including monitoring of activities, the implementation of corrective measures for any related issues and the pro-active promotion and implementation of schemes / activities to improve HSSE culture and results.
  • Ensure that all Subsea Package work activities are performed in compliance with a high regard to Health,
  • Provide effective leadership in Quality performance and compliance.
  • Monitor the Subsea Package and 20K Technology work activities for compliance with Project Quality Assurance and Control requirements
  • Actively promote the transfer of knowledge / return of experience to / from Company HQ. Monitor Subsea Designs and Execution for appropriate implementation of lessons learned from Corporate feedback

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Secondary and tertiary engineering qualifications (e.g. Batchelor’s Degree as a minimum) and hold an internationally recognized professional / chartered engineer status.
  • 20+ years on Subsea projects, proven track record in similar positions with minimum of 10 years in senior Project Management roles.
  • Subsea Development and Package Delivery activities (including Drilling, UFR  and FPU / FPSO topside interfaces) and Project / Contract Management  – expert level of knowledge and experience
  • Safe working practices on offshore construction projects – proficient level of knowledge and experience
  • Deep Water Developments – proficient level of knowledge and experience
  • Proven ability to form and lead high performance teams
  • Excellent organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines
  • Strong communication and proficient presentation skills
  • Team worker capable of working autonomously
  • Knowledge and appreciation of critical business support activities (legal, commercial, cost control, planning, document control)
Job Ref: 10361
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Houston, Tx
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XT & WH Engineer

XT & WH ENGINEER required by our Client, an oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis, located in Houston, TX

Duration: 1-year contract

POSITION SCOPE

To ensure consistency of design, execution planning and operational aspects of the Subsea Xmas Tree and Wellhead Systems Package within the project SPS Package.  Support the interfaces resolution between SPS packages and other packages for the Design, construction and Installation of Xmas Tree and Wellhead Systems (WH, THD, TH , XT …) . Support the design, execution planning and operational aspect of the Intervention System in collaboration with Drilling and Wells team. Identify and incorporate Xmas Tree and wellheads HPHT system, subsea technology development programs which are required to install, build and operate the development with the support of 20K team, HQ 20T team and Various SMEs.

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Support Package Lead for all technical aspects of the Xmas Tree System Package, Wellhead package and assistance to intervention package.
  • During the FEED, participate of the technical discussion for Xmas Tree System topics, propose answers to any Clarifications to the SPS CONTRACTOR technical representative.
  • Coordinate HQ support and prepare potential client's General Specifications derogation on SPS Xmas Tree System and Wellheads topics.
  • Participate to critical meetings at Project and package level eg design reviews, Interface reviews (especially for installation and Workover), HAZIDs / HAZODs / Safety Logics, constructability reviews, workshops etc.
  • Prepare (as appropriate), review and comment Project documentation and external consultant / contractor project documentation relative to SPS Xmas Tree System and Wellheads.
  • Review Quality Plan and Inspection Test Plans (ITP) for Subsea Equipment.
  • Generate review and close out actions related to documentation required by the HPHT team, to include supporting reports for I3P.
  • Participate in emergency response exercises related to Wellhead and SPS equipment.
  • Act as Focus Point of Contact for the project Subsea wellheads Technical Topics within the project, HQ and Contractors, to include the ownership of interfaces between SPS and drilling (internal and external).
  • Propose to Package Lead Technical solution of any interface issue related to Xmas Tree System Design, Installation and Intervention and insure that SPS Contractor is answering in a timely manner.
  • Actively participate within SPS Package and the Project for HSSE performance and compliance including monitoring of activities, the implementation of corrective measures for any related issues and the pro-active promotion and implementation of schemes / activities to improve HSSE culture and results.  
  • Ensure that all Engineering work of SPS Xmas Tree System Package work activities are performed in compliance with a high regard to Health, Safety, Security and Environmental requirements.
  • Provide effective leadership in Quality performance and compliance for the SPS Xmas Tree System package.
  • Actively promote the transfer of knowledge / return of experience to / from Company HQ.
  • Monitor SPS Xmas Tree system Designs and Execution for appropriate implementation of lessons learned from Corporate feedback.
  • Ensure that the correct implementation of Digital systems in accordance with the Project’s Management of Technical Information Plan and in consultation with the Project Digital Lead.

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

  • Secondary and tertiary engineering qualifications (e.g. Bachelor’s Degree as a minimum) and hold an internationally recognized professional / chartered engineer status
  • 10+ years on Subsea System, proven track record in similar positions with minimum of 5 years in senior Xmas Tree System or Wellhead system Engineering roles.
  • SPS Xmas Tree and wellhead Engineering. Xmas Tree System intervention experience as well as Xmas Tree Subsea services. – expert level of knowledge and experience
  • Safe working practices on construction projects and offshore operation– proficient level of knowledge and experience
  • Deep Water Developments – proficient level of knowledge and experience
  • Excellent organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines
  • Strong communication and proficient presentation skills
  • Team worker capable of working autonomously
  • Fluent English required; Portuguese is a plus.
Job Ref: 10359
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Houston, Tx
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Offshore Delivery Project Engineer

OFFSHORE DELIVERY PROJECT ENGINEER required by our Client, an Oil and Gas Operator, to be assigned on a Contract basis, located in Houston, TX.

Duration:          12 months ongoing

POSITION SCOPE

The job holder is responsible for undertaking the delivery of technical / project management / discrete interface type tasks and work activities as allocated by the Offshore Delivery Manager. Tasks and work activities will be in general support of the ongoing activities and priorities of the Offshore Delivery Management Team, certain task and activities have already identified however others will be allocated as required depending on work load and priorities within the Offshore Delivery Management Team. In this respect the job holder shall need to have a wide experience across technical and project management subjects to ensure that relief can be brough to those parts of the Offshore Delivery management Team where needed.

 

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Principle activities of the Offshore Delivery Project Engineer include;

Undertake discrete ad-hoc tasks and work activities in support of the Offshore Delivery Manager and the Offshore Delivery Management Team.

Development and implementation of an action tracking process and register for the Offshore Delivery Management Team including coordination and follow-up as actions become due.

Coordination of risks evaluation, update and reporting for Offshore Delivery Team.

Coordination, checking and oversight of updates to organization charts and manning plans.

Coordination and oversight of recruitment processes interfaces between Offshore Delivery Team, HR and Contracts and Procurement

Teams to ensure recruitments are completed in alignment with needs.

Act as the Offshore Delivery Team coordinate for the development of a COMOPS / SIMOPS strategy and resulting process.

Coordination and capture of the Company close out report inputs (in advance of key individuals being demobilized).

Coordination and capture of lessons learned for the Offshore Delivery scope (in advance of key individuals being demobilized) and including leadership of lessons learned capture sessions and cascade of lessons learned from other Total Projects.

Coordination and capture of threats and opportunities for the Offshore Delivery scope.

Implementation, coordination and ownership of the significant change / deviation identification and reporting process associated to the Petroleum installation License.

Review of technical aspects of contract correspondence and coordination of technical team in development of responses.

Preparation of presentations, reports and other project deliverables.

Review and approval of contractor documentation, procedures and other deliverables consistent with technical expertise.

Become thoroughly conversant with project documentation, specifications and work procedures.

 

Accountabilities

 

Timely delivery of all tasks and work scopes allocated.

Conduct of all activities with due consideration of project HSE requirements and a pro-active adoption of the Project HSE culture.

Support to emergency response and incident reporting requirements.

QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE

Bachelor or masters degree in engineering or technical subject.

Strong track record in pipeline and subsea construction engineering, fabrication and installation activities with a minimum of 15 years relevant and direct experience.

Significant experience in areas of;

Offshore pipeline and infrastructure engineering, construction, fabrication and installation operations (including pipeline landfalls).

Subsea production systems engineering and fabrication.

General offshore subsea construction activities.

Management of large scale EPCI contracts with work scopes related to offshore pipeline and subsea infrastructure.

Capable to work autonomously with minimal management oversight once a work scope or activity has been clearly defined and objectives set.

Capable of coping with a large number of ongoing diverse activities including the ability to prioritise efforts in resolution of issues presenting highest risk to the project.

Ability to get along well with others in an international and multi-cultural environment and take a pragmatic approach to problem solving situations.

Ability to develop good team working relationships within the project team (including contractors and contracted personnel) and progress collaborative problem solving.

Fluency in the English language.

Fluid communicator capable with excellent written and spoken communication skills (able to present complex issues in a professional and organized manner).

 

Job Ref: 10350
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FPU Hull & Mooring Lead

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FPU HULL & MOORING LEAD required by our Client, an oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis, located in Houston, TX

 

Duration: 1-year contract

 

POSITION SCOPE

 

In charge of the hull and mooring system of the FPU package covering all aspects related to engineering, procurement, construction till final commissioning throughout all project phases of the project. In particular during the FEED phase this encompasses the follow-up and control of all activities performed by the engineering team and the engineering work to be performed by the FPU contractors for whom he is the technical contact point for all activities related to hull and mooring system.

 

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Within the FPU package, provide project management and leadership for all activities related to FPU hull and mooring system covering all aspects in terms of engineering, procurement, construction till commissioning and hand over to field operation team for all project phases from FEED, through tendering / award of major contracts and into execution
  • Monitor and manage all facets of work within FPU Package related to hull and mooring to ensure that schedule, cost / budget, technical, quality and HSES requirements are, as a minimum, met or improved upon
  • Establish the needs in terms of organization for Hull & Mooring activities to ensure that adequate resources are mobilized to achieve project objectives within schedule
  • Provide an accurately defined schedule for all phases of hull and mooring activities and ensure up to date.
  • Bring to earliest attention of FPU Package Manager issues which present a significant threat to the Project and offer mitigating measures / work plans
  • Provide reporting function towards FPU Package Manager for all hull and mooring work activities.
  • Define, monitor and manage work tasks with external consultants and contractors as required.
  • Ensure implementation of Project ‘digital’ requirements for the Hull and Mooring activities and that every engineering and procurement activity is developed with emphasis on the ‘digital’ aspect (e.g. encourage electronic format / signature, compatibility with Quantum …)
  • Supervise and control the FPU hull FEED and later detailed engineering activities by timely review / validation of documentation issued by contractor(s) (technical documentation / queries / derogation requests), confirmation of compliance with Project Specifications and Procedures, client Specifications, international norms & standards with the objective to ensure respect of schedule, costs, quality and safety. Raise necessary comments and highlight unsafe design, deviations, unacceptable / unjustified design choices, constructability issues..
  • Supervise and control all activities related to the Classification and CVA of the FPU and compliance with regulatory requirements (CFR) in particular with BSEE and USCG.
  • Ensure daily liaison with contractor(s) and manage their performance with regards to contract requirements.
  • Ensure that all hull and mooring related deliverables are timely issued and fit for purpose.
  • Identify, implement and manage all necessary FPU hull and mooring engineering studies.
  • Maintain up to date (and have maintained) all the necessary technical documentation related to the hull and mooring, coordinating and validating this technical documentation.
  • Review hull and mooring engineering work in detail for complex issues which may jeopardize the cost or schedule of the Project.
  • Participate in all necessary meetings with FPU contractors (weekly progress meeting, monthly status meetings, technical meetings…).
  • Follow up equipment testing activities (FAT, EFAT, SIT, etc.) performed by contractor(s)
  • Ensure that Hull construction activities are performed in line with engineering documents and project specifications with proper quality surveillance.
  • In charge of the engineering of the Topside integration (lifting) operation as well as the preparation and supervision of the operation at the Yard.
  • Work closely with the Installation Lead for all aspects related to pre-service phases of the FPU such as load-out, float on, float-off, dry transportation, wet tow and mooring hook-up on site.
  • Prepare and draft all necessary contracts or ITT documents related to hull and mooring parts.
  • Actively participate in the clarifications (technical, contractual & commercial) and negotiation with Tenderers for hull and mooring related activities in the contract(s) to select the associated Contractor.
  • Actively participate in the evaluation and analysis of the different offers (technical, contractual & commercial) issued from the Tenderers during tender phase.
  • Provide effective leadership in identification and resolution of internal and external interfaces around the hull and mooring system perimeters.
  • Ensure that technical interfaces are properly defined in due time and properly interpreted / implemented by the FPU engineering contractor.
  • Ensure identification and resolution of detailed interface issues, in conjunction with managers / senior discipline engineers, in an efficient and cost effective manner
  • Ensure that all Hull and Mooring activities are performed in compliance with a high regard to Health, Safety, Security and Environmental requirements
  • Provide leadership within FPU Package for all HSSE performance and compliance including monitoring of performance, implementation of corrective measures for performance issues and proactive implementation of schemes / activities to improve upon good performance for all activities related to hull and mooring.
  • Ensure that HSSE issues are correctly handled within FPU technical documentation for hull and mooring systems.
  • Ensure that an adequate risk assessment process is in force for the hull and mooring  system throughout the various steps of the project
  • Provide effective leadership in quality performance and compliance within the Hull and Mooring related activities.
  • Ensure that all Hull and mooring work activities are performed in compliance with a high regard to Quality Assurance and Control.
  • Validate the hull and mooring equipment qualification status (procedure / program / report) and remain, during the construction / installation / commissioning phases, the correspondent for any engineering problem occurring, for any advice to be given or technical deviation request to be analyzed and answered.
  • Anticipate, organize and implement an appropriate QA/QC plan for all procurement and construction activities linked to the Hull and mooring system
  • Participate in project reviews as requested by client.
  • Organize necessary audits, reviews and assistance from Head Quarters related to hull and mooring, and ensure that all comments/findings are addressed.
  • Contribute to maximize the NPV value of the Project by finding means to increase quality and productivity and/or decrease investments through ensuring the best technical definition of the FPU hull and mooring design.
  • Gather ‘lessons learned’ and provide feedback.

 

 

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Secondary and tertiary engineering qualifications (e.g. Masters Degree) and hold an internationally recognized professional / chartered engineer status
  • 15+ years roles as naval architect and hull and mooring lead, proven track record in similar positions with minimum of 10 years in senior technical roles
  • Semi-Submersible Platform Hull and Mooring Lead– expert level of knowledge and experience
  • Naval architecture and mooring design, fabrication and installation – expert level of knowledge
  • Deep water developments – proficient level of knowledge and experience
  • Safe working practice on offshore construction projects – proficient level of knowledge and experience
  • Company rules/procedures – proficient level of knowledge and experience
  • Proficient organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines
  • Strong communication
  • Team worker capable of working autonomously
Job Ref: 10331
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Houston, Tx
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Lead Document Controller

LEAD DOCUMENT CONTROLLER required by our Client, an oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis, located in Houston, TX

 

Duration: 1-year contract

 

POSITION SCOPE

 

The Job Holder will hold this position up to the Project FID and beyond if approval to proceed is received. The project management team will be based in client and the engineering contractors’ offices in and around Houston during this phase. During this FEED phase, the position holder shall be responsible for all Document Control related activities including the ongoing implementation of the technical documentation management system – New PRODOM, the project document filing systems and associated procedures and guidelines. The job holder will liaise closely with the package doc controllers providing guidance and support. 

 

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Overall responsibility for all document control activities related to the project Development including receiving, processing, filing and returning electronic files for project deliverables.
  • Participation in continued implementation of New PRODOM (PIMS, the new EDMS), acting as main point of contact for client to ensure processes and procedures are aligned with HQ expectations, and receive relevant training as local administrator for the system.
  • Review, update and create new procedures and process work flows as necessary to comply with Company guidelines
  • Ensure contracts and bids for FEED technical packages include Company document control requirements, in particular requirements for New PRODOM system
  • Provide training assistance and direction to project team members on documentation and project filing requirements.
  • Coordinate filing and distribution of all Project Engineering and Project Management documentation.
  • Ensure that all team members and contractors are adhering to company guidelines for document creation, transmittal and storage
  • Administrator/creator of SharePoint sites as required
  • Distribute and maintain all document transmittals
  • Maintain transmittal register
  • Maintain document distribution matrix
  • Maintain project filing ensuring that documentation generated by internal and external parties is filed accurately and meets company guidelines and requirements
  • Coordinate and quality check all incoming and outgoing transmittals between engineers and contractors
  • Distribute weekly report to expedite responses during review cycles                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
  • Awareness of requirements to implement digital tools on the project, and ensuring links between documents and digital solutions are properly planned  
  • The role will evolve into a Lead Document Control role for the Project Execution phase, taking responsibility to coordinate the Project Document Control activities, including the direct and indirect supervision of addition Document Controllers as and when they are mobilized
  • The job holder will have to liaise actively with Project Management and all Package and Line Managers for the performance of the above duties. The job holder will also liaise with the HQ Group PRODOM and related departments.

 

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in business management or similar
  • 10+ years of experience in oil and gas Doc control 
  • Deep water developments knowledge and experience
  • Excellent organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines
  • Established industry network
  • Strong communication and proficient presentation skills
  • Good knowledge and appreciation of document control tools and norms.
Job Ref: 10328
DRILLING
Houston, Tx
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Surface Facilities Cost Controller

SURFACE FACILITIES COST CONTROLLER required by our Client, an oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis, located in Houston, TX

 

Duration: 1-year contract

 

POSITION SCOPE

 

The Job Holder will hold this position up to the Project FID and beyond if approval to proceed is received. The project management and controls teams will be based in client and the FPU, SPS and UFR teams in engineering contractors’ offices in and around Houston during this phase. During this FEED phase, the position holder shall be responsible for managing the FPU, Subsea and Umbilical, Flowlines , Riser packages costs through integration of cost data and cost control processes (i.e. cost reporting, forecasts, commitments, budgets, VOWD, variance analysis, contingencies, period close & reconciliation, earned value progress, trend analysis, etc.) and tools by working with project stakeholders (i.e. project management & leads, HQ, Finance & JVA, vendors & subcontractors, partners, etc.).

 

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Overall responsibility for all FPU, UFR and SPS package cost control activities including:
  • Review, monitor and analyze committed, expended, earned values, and forecasted costs for package against approved budget and approved changes
  • Stands together by coordinating with Project Team Leads to review data to ensure commitments, schedule requirements, and risk items are accurately represented in the project forecast
  • Prepare cost reports; ensure variances, incurred, committed, budgets, and forecasted costs are properly explained and communicated to the project team
  • Track use of contingency, management reserve, and approved changes to project budget
  • Analyze, track, and report project (or contract specific) financial KPIs, and communicate their status to the project team
  • Participate in project meetings when required; gather, prepare, and analyze data for Risk Assessments; ensure risk information is incorporated into the project forecast
  • Support contracts and procurements for bidding, tendering, contract selection, and change management as required
  • Manage procurement to pay process including ensuring invoices are paid timely
  • Document processes and procedures as required by project or HQ directives
  • Identify opportunities for improvement to forecasting and other project cost control methodologies and document as lessons learned
  • Promote a culture of safety, health, and environment
  • Participate in project digitalization to promote efficiencies, synergies, and simplification
  • The role will evolve into a package cost control role for the Project Execution phase.
  • The job holder will have to liaise actively with Project Management and related Package Managers and Line Managers for the performance of the above duties.

 

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Bachelor’s degree in finance, Business management or similar
  • 5+ years of experience in major oil and gas project cost control
  • Deep water developments, FPU, SPS, UFR knowledge and experience
  • Excellent organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines
  • Requires team spirit with ability to work closely with various stakeholders including but not limited to diverse international teams, vendors & subcontractors, affiliates, HQ, etc.
  • Strong communication and proficient presentation skills
  • Knowledgeable and experienced with cost engineering principles and methods including budgeting and forecasting, change management, management systems/procedures, Cost and Work Breakdown Structures, Earned Value Systems and contingency management.
  • SAP
  • PMP, CPA, AACEi certification a plus
Job Ref: 10327
DRILLING
Houston, Tx
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HSE Manager

HSE MANAGER required by our Client, an oil and gas operator, to be hired on a contract basis, located in Houston, TX

 

Duration: 1-year contract

 

POSITION SCOPE

 

The HSE Lead is responsible for the supervision and coordination of all activities related to Health, Security, Safety, Societal, Environment and Occupational matters for client Project during the Engineering, Procurement, Supply, Construction, Commissioning and Installation phases, in compliance with client  and H3SE policies, procedures and objectives (MAESTRO), international standards and requirements.

 

PRINCIPAL REQUIREMENTS

 

  • Provide overall leadership, coordination and facilitation of H3SE activities for the project through all project lifecycles (FEED, detailed design, fabrication, construction, installation, and Hook-up and Commissioning) to deliver against TEP USA Expectations, and ensure Operations Readiness and SEMS Compliance for First Oil. This will include:
  • To develop and supervise a project H3SE team through proactive coaching and mentoring. 
  • To manage a team of engineers for the safe design, fabrication, construction, installation, and HUC project activities.
  • To ensure all required Risk Assessment design deliverables are produced in coordination with the Engineering team and safety design lead.
  • To define the Project H3SE management system (Philosophy, Plans and Procedures) based on h3SE policies, rules, procedures and objectives. To develop and maintain key H3SE technical documents, including H3SE Management Plan and Philosophy.
  • Develop and implement H3SE and Security Assurance Plans for Field Development during the project phase, and for installation, HUC and drilling campaigns. The project scope includes FPU, SPS and UFR. This includes assisting work site H3SE professionals and line management in development of work site H3SE and H3SE promotions and safety culture campaigns. 
  • Monitor and report H3SE Performance during the engineering / fabrication /construction / operations phases of the Field Development. This includes establishing KPIs, monitor statistics, analyze trends and propose and take remedial action if H3SE targets are not met and when necessary.
  • Define and review H3SE management systems – Philosophy, Plans and Procedures – from Project & Contractors’, for ensuring that Project H3SE policies and procedures are properly implemented and achieved on the Project, for maintaining functional links with HSE Division and for ensuring that the safety reviews are conducted in a timely and proper manner in order to comply with Project H3SE targets.
  • Define and coordinate Emergency Response arrangements for the Field during engineering, installation and operations. 
  • Coordinate H3SE activities within the Project Group and, as such, liaise permanently with Project Package Managers and H3SE / Safety Leaders and Engineers within packages (functional link), this includes development of the safety deliverables.
  • Ensure / handle, as required, the communication of the project with the Partners and Concessionaire on all H3SE matters.
  • Ensure that the ISO 14001:2004 & OHSAS 18001:2007 standards are complied with. 
  • Supervise and keep records for area specific H3SE audits, reports, certifications, permits, etc.
  • Directly responsible for management of compliance to regulations related to the Field, and responsible for interfacing with the Contractors / client Regulatory Lead to verify compliance of the facility. This responsibility is applicable to project and operations phases. 
  • Ensure daily liaison with contractor(s) and manage their performance with regards to contract requirements.
  • Oversee and follow up technical safety deliverables during FEED and detailed engineering to ensure compliance with internal and GOM requirements to risk assessment process and design of the FPU and SPS, incorporating all findings from risk management reviews, such as HAZID, HAZOP, SIL Assessment and TRA.
  • Participate in all necessary meetings with FPU contractors (weekly progress meeting, monthly status meetings, technical meetings, pre-job planning meetings, etc.).
  • Follow up equipment testing activities (FAT, EFAT, SIT, etc.) performed by contractor(s).
  • Tendering phase
  • Prepare and draft all necessary contracts or ITT documents related to H3SE.
  • Actively participate in the clarifications (technical, contractual & commercial) and negotiation with Tenderers to select the associated Contractor.
  • Actively participate in the evaluation and analysis of the different offers (technical, contractual & commercial) issued from the Tenderers during tender phase.
  • Interfaces                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Provide effective leadership in identification and resolution of internal and external interfaces with H3SE perimeters, including in particular interfaces with quality, regulatory (BSEE and USCG) and technical disciplines.
  • Provide input as necessary to regulatory and client documentation required for Permitting / Licensing related to H3SE matters.
  • Train, monitor and coach employees / contractors in order to improve skill level to ensure adherence to principles, policies and standards of H3SE processes in a reliable and cost-effective manner.

 

EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS

 

  • Education: Master engineering or equivalent (e.g. Masters Degree). 
  • Experience: 10 – 20 years’ experience in Oil and Gas industry, at least 10 years’ experience as HSE Lead / Manager for major offshore project.
  • H3SE Management, Principles and Programs  – expert level of knowledge and experience;
  • Incident investigations and root cause analysis – expert level of knowledge and experience;
  • OSHA, EPA, DOT, Drug & Alcohol, SEMS, BSEE and USCG – proficient level of knowledge;
  • Deep water developments – proficient level of knowledge and experience;
  • Safe working practice on offshore construction projects – proficient level of knowledge and experience;
  • Company rules/procedures – proficient level of knowledge and experience;
  • Proficient organizational ability and commitment to meeting deadlines;
  • Strong mentoring and coaching skills.
  • Strong communication;
  • Team worker capable of working autonomously;
  • CSP Certification preferred.
  • H3SE relevant training (NEBOSH or equivalent) preferred.

 

Job Ref: 10326
DRILLING
Houston, Tx
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Construction Manager

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER

INDONESIA 
 

An electrical manufacturing company is looking for a Construction Manager to oversee the construction of a data centre in Indonesia.

 

Roles and Responsibilities

The Construction Manager will be responsible for the day to day management of operations on site, ensuring that the project is delivered on time and to the required standard.

  • Liaison with the Project Director to ensure adequate labour and contract resource is available on site.
  • Plan and efficiently organize the site facilities and logistics, ensuring all equipment on site is fit for purpose.
  • Liaise with the Project Director for the requisition of all materials and oversee the deliveries and ensure they are done so in adequate time in line with the construction program and procurement schedule.
  • Supervise, manage and motivate all site teams including effective management of sub-contractor activities on site in line with the master schedule.
  • Ensure workmanship and material standards are achieved in accordance with specifications, building regulations, health and safety legislation as well as quality standards.
  • Attend all necessary site meetings
  • Maintain comprehensive and accurate records of own activity to enable traceability.
  • Carrying out safety inspections and fulfilling the health, safety and welfare responsibilities as detailed in the Contractor’s corporate Policy
  • Maintain quality control procedures in accordance with ISO 9001

 

Skills and Experience

  • Fluency in English
  • Extensive experience in large building project construction
  • Good understanding of MEP (Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing) trades
  • Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
  • Experience in South-East Asia

 

If you are a Construction Manager looking for a new opportunity in Indonesia, please don’t hesitate to apply now.

 

Job Ref: 10305
CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
Jakarta
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Construction Coordinator

CONSTRUCTION COORDINATOR

 

MOZAMBIQUE

 

 

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

 

Role and Responsibilities

 

Attend all pertinent project meetings in Mozambique Camp

Participate in daily conference calls as required

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

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

Attend and contribute to project meetings

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

Submit reports and calls to Installation Lead as required

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

Highlight any risks to Installation Lead / Team

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Coordinates activities with all in-country project Managers & Coordinators

Oversees onshore construction works by EPCI contractor

Runs Site Supervisor office at work site

Coordinate and manage SIMOPs during offshore project execution

Liaison with Port Authority for all offshore project vessel traffic.

Review and comment Contractor documents, especially on diving operations.

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Monitor work and confirm its being completed to appropriate standards

Monitor early dredging and temporary port construction

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

Pull-in winch set-up

Installation of winch hold back anchor

Installation of pipeline anchoring systems

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

Installation of beach valve skids

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

Monitor pipeline shore approach and crossing dredging activities

Monitor pipeline and umbilical pull-in operations

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

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

Adhere to Project HSE site instructions and policies

Regularly attend Project HSSE meetings, trainings, audits and inspections

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

Be familiar with the incident command system for emergency response

Report incidents / near misses

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

Ensure Company HSE policies are followed throughout the work

Attend and contribute to any HAZIDs

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

Ensuring Company HSE policies are followed throughout the work

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

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

Coordinating subcontractor housing and movements

Monitoring work and confirm its being completed to appropriate standards

Reviewing and commenting contractor documents as required

 

Skills and Experience

 

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

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

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

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

Fluid communicator capable to represent the offshore and drilling activities

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

 

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

Job Ref: 10240
CONSTRUCTION
Suite 1800, Houston
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O1100.OTH 8829 Upcoming Opportunties in the United Kingdom

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