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!