Construction Coordinator

October 20, 2020
  • Location: Suite 1800, Houston
  • Type: Contract
  • Job #10240






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.


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


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!

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