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Asset Manager- Well Control Equipment

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Houston
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 13/03/2015
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (30/03/15)
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The Company:
Mid Size, Publicly traded EPC with offices in Greenspoint, TX.

The Role:
The Asset Manager, Well Control Equipment will plan, develop and execute on a wide variety of projects, across a number of functional areas including Technical Services, Operations, and Maintenance. This person will provide strategic oversight and management of critical equipment for the company while also working closely with teammates to provide support, collaboration, and strategic vision. This role requires a collaborative, goal-oriented and solution-based approach to successfully manage a wide range of assigned critical projects while meeting time sensitive objectives.

Key Responsibilities:

• Coordinate with Regional Operations and field support teams to achieve company objectives.
• Serve as the primary point of contact for Equipment Manufacturers to adequately track project status; distribute product line bulletins; collect and disseminate lessons learned; and confirm implementation across the Company
• Establish, coordinate, and maintain company warranty processes and guidelines.
• Develop and maintain quality product review processes, utilizing cross-functional teams (internal and external) to analyse equipment data
• Define, produce and communicate KPI results across the company at set intervals for required equipment;
• Track real-time status of project deployment and providing regular reports to internal and external Company stakeholders
• Develop processes that work within the MOC (Management of Change) policy to ensure the standardization of equipment
• Lead the responsibility for identifying and managing quantity and quality of project deliverables within established project deadlines
• Develop and implement maintenance plans and policies for all company owned critical equipment.
• Develop maintenance program budgets
• Develop AFE (Approval for Expenditure) and purchasing processes; forecasts, and track and report on costs
• Produce trending analysis to assess the effectiveness of maintenance programs and procedures.
• Develop a critical spares strategy; monitor and oversee implementation in the field
• Establish asset critical spare parts to minimize financial impact and non-productive time while maximizing regional/rig efficiencies
• Serve as subject matter expert for company support



Work Environment
This position requires the person to be able to work in a time sensitive, high visible role and regularly travel as needed to support business units and visit work sites. It may also require extended travel to remote locations and/or overnight stay(s) during variable hours. Variable work hours includes hours worked on the weekend , on holiday s, and hours to travel within and outside of the assigned region. The Asset Manager must work with an emphasis on planning, multitasking and prioritization to maximize efficiency of the team . Must be able to work closely with others and manage customer interaction in a professional manner. Ability to safely navigate work sites with occasional walking, climbing, standing, stepping, etc., during normal operating conditions (day/night, outdoor hot/cold weather) and while utilizing designated personal protective equipment (PPE).

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Minimum Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have sufficient project management skills to coordinate over $1M+ in orders and be able to develop the required processes to support the efficient operation of cross functional teams. The candidate should possess the following skills:

• A.A.S. in a technical field; or relevant industry/work related experience.
• Solid depth of experience in a technical field or related industry
• 3-4 years’ experience in a project management role
• Proven ability to initialize, plan, execute, control and monitor a project
• Ability to understand cost-to completion projections and makes decisions accordingly
• Ability to develop forecasts and establish and manage budgets
• Ability to use a variety of techniques and tools to manage the project scope, cost, schedule, contractual deliverables and devise contingency plans to ensure
• Ability to analyze failure and reliability rates
• Ability to drive performance through effective leadership,
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