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Category Delivery Lead-Onshore Facilities Terminal

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Baku
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 02/10/2014
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (13/10/14)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Role:
Our leading client is currently seeking a Category Delivery Lead - Onshore Facilities Terminal to be based in Baku - Azerbaijan working on a 6/2 rotation.

The role reports to Project PSCM Lead Onshore Terminal and is accountable for Category delivery responsibilities in Onshore Facilities project.

The role will support the global Fabrication Category Delivery Manager to deliver business value, assure compliance with laws and regulations and reduce operational risk through efficient and effective delivery of demand plans. Key role is to ensure administration of all onshore terminal contracts is carried out to high standard in accordance with established procedures. Ensure that all contractual and commercial processes and decisions are in accordance with client requirements and are transparent and supported by appropriate documentation. When required, provide project management with contractual and commercial advice that is appropriate and of high standard.

Category Delivery Lead
Deliver value through effective and efficient sourcing activity; using the provisions of CMcp within boundaries of relevant laws and regulations, approved budgets and, where applicable, JV partner and NOC agreements.
Drive the development of Contracts and Procurement Plan (CPP) with demand data for assigned sub categories. Work with Line representatives to align CPP with most current business plans.
Conduct relevant due diligence processes and secure required internal and external approvals necessary to comply with joint operating agreements (JV partners), Production Sharing Contracts/Agreements requirements related to client managed procurement activities.
Execute sourcing activities typically including - development of bid packages, supporting bid proposal evaluation, providing analysis of results, and compiling recommendations to award to secure relevant internal and external approvals.
Conduct/support contract negotiations ensuring clients standard contract terms and conditions are used to the maximum extent possible. All deviations from the standard will be properly reviewed and approved in compliance with the Company’s policies and procedures.
Execute post-award contract management and administration. This will involve resolution of queries, supporting timely supplier invoice approvals, processing and tracking supplier change requests, monitoring contract expiration dates and ensuring extensions or renewals are executed to support continuing service delivery to the business; contractual correspondence; agreement, drafting and processing of claims, amendments and variations; securing internal approvals; maintaining and archiving of contract files/documents; co-ordination and agreement of final accounts and contract close-outs.
Liaise with Project Services personnel to ensure coordinated approach and consistency between cost reporting and contractual requirements.

Administration of ProCon system for designated Contracts.
Administration of iHub for knowledge management of controlled documents relating to designated contracts.
Identify, implement and realise value through effective strategic cost management of designated contracts.
Review and resolve, including necessary internal consultations, any VOR’s or claims – issue VO’s or Amendments, seeking client approvals, as necessary.
Provide input into project budgets and cost forecasting, as required.
Provide contractual input to project risk reviews.
Lead supplier performance management activities, such as, KPI performance tracking, collaborating and supporting the CAMs in the execution of PRMs, and other activities intended to drive better supplier performance.
Manage the development of any staff reporting into this position following clients talent management processes;
Plan and execute compliance activities including audit resolution as applicable.
Comply with all clients policies and procedures.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
University degree in Engineering, Procurement or other technical discipline.
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with internal stakeholders across multiple disciplines, cultures and geographies, across client and with suppliers.
Knowledge of systems necessary to enable PSCM transactions. The systems likely will include some or all of the following; Ariba, Backbone, SAP and the MS software suite, SharePoint, Access, Procon etc.



Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Professional PSCM qualification (MCIPS) or equivalent.
Previous work experience in multiple industry market sectors.
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