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Assurance Interface and Risk (AIR) Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Houston
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 28/03/2013
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (04/04/13)
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The Company:
Our client, an international oil and gas operator, is seeking an AIR Coordinator for one of their major projects.

The Role:
• Assume primary responsibility for execution of MOC Processes to control changes of scope locked down in execution, including facilitation of Change Review Board (CRB) sessions, maintaining MOC database, follow up to ensure proper execution of MOCs and closure of action items, reporting and holding meetings as required to manage impact of Operations MOCs on the project
• Decision Quality Process – proactive facilitation to identify, assess and document key decisions in execution, including assisting team members to generate alternatives, document key criteria and information, assess trade-offs and develop recommendations for approval. Ensure coordination and alignment between Project team and Operations and maintain the Decision Register for the Project.

Secondary responsibilities – as backup for other team members or as responsibilities shift:
• Interface Management – provide formal identification, tracking, and closing of project technical interfaces (exchange of key information between related projects, operations, EPCI contractors and suppliers)
• Risk Management - facilitate project execution Risk Management process, in the identification, assessment, mitigation development and tracking using RIMS application
• Lessons Learned – track application of external lessons learned on the project, and facilitate sessions to capture project lessons and share within company
• Support AIR Manager and participate in assurance activities such as the Project Execution Plan and readiness reviews The AIR Coordinator will possess the following key skills:
• Demonstrated leadership ability to effectively communicate and collaborate with disciplines within and external to the project team and embed a proactive culture for AIR / MOC / Decision Quality processes to support project execution
• Ability to build strong relationships with Engineering, Construction and Operations staff, facilitating agreement and resolution across functional disciplines within the project team, and between project and contractors, tech support groups, and customers outside the project team
• Effectively hold meetings that promote communication and resolution of issues, and result in actions being captured and tracked
• Highly developed writing skills so that key points are concisely captured with no ambiguity
• Organizational and project planning skills and execution experience in facilities capital projects or MCPs to effectively manage numerous assurance, risk and interface activities (Offshore experience involving EPC contractors a plus)
• Strong attention to detail to ensure that proper documentation is developed and captures decisions, resolutions, and/or actions (knowledge of databases and document management systems a plus)
• Fundamental knowledge of oil and gas of facilities design, fabrication, and construction standards This position provides opportunity of broad technical and commercial exposure in geographically diverse settings.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
4 year engineering degree, masters desirable

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
5 to 10 years industry experience, focus on major capital projects, experience managing/participating in an MOC process
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