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Field Equipment Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Anchorage
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 25/11/2013
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The Company:
Our client is a leading global oil and gas operating company.

The Role:

•This role functions within a 1 day to 3 month time horizon while supporting the NS Construction Superintendent and the North Slope Construction Supervisor(s) and assisting the Contractor execute the work with a focus on HSE and efficiency

1. Direct Accountability – fully accountable for the output
•Perform jobsite walk-downs during jobsite visits.
•Participate in Contractor toolbox and weekly safety meetings when on site.
•Review Contractor Task Hazard Analysis (THA)/Job Safety Analysis (JSA)/Job Hazard Analysis during jobsite visits.
•Perform safe performance recognitions during jobsite visits.
•Input pro-active measures information into the Company PMT Participation database.
•Coach/mentor the contractor foremen and craft to comply with HSE policies, procedures, guidelines, and best practices to ensure best possible HSE performance.
•Understand and enforce adherence to all permit stipulations.
•Ensure all compliance training is complete and up to date.
Data Retention and Management
•Ensure all files, information; e-mail, etc. are in compliance with Company Policy regarding records retention.
•Verify Contractor equipment utilization, as required (daily, weekly, monthly)
•Participate in the pre-job meeting.
•Review Contractor equipment plans, as required.

Budget and Cost
•Review Contractor billing for accuracy in regard to equipment.
•Review Cost estimates and provide input, as assigned.

General Duties
•Perform daily tasks, and complete other duties as assigned by the Construction Superintendent to support the Company Project.
•Facilitate discussions between Contractor and Company regarding equipment and equipment usage.

2. Indirect Accountability – affects the decisions of others
•Safety Leadership – Commitment to an incident free workplace is paramount. Demonstrated safety leadership shall be initiated through attendance and participation.
•Advocating the Company Zero Incident Culture (ZIC)
•Advocating the Company Incident Free Culture (IFC)
•Weekly safety meetings
•Provide weekly input to the Predictive Indicator tool.
•Contribute to weekly Contractor Safety Management, craft safety, and daily toolbox meetings.
•Participate in Safety standups/downs, as required.
•Participate in incident investigations associated with assigned projects, as required.
•Participate in safety assessments.
•Participate in weekly Spill Prevention Meeting
Monitor and report Contractor work crews compliance with JSA/JHA requirements


•Provide pre-mobilization inspection of light duty equipment to ensure equipment meets arctic readiness guidelines.
•Verify daily mobile equipment utilization. This will require on site witnessing of equipment usage.
•Develop and maintain excel spreadsheet to track equipment utilization.
•Communicate with Contractors on equipment arrival and departure issues and concerns.
•Work with Contractors to optimize timely demobilization of equipment.
•Routine visual inspection of both mobile and stationary equipment to assess spill containment and any signs of fluid leakage.
•Promote best practices with regards to spill mitigation.
•Conduct Weekly Equipment Utilization Reconciliation Meetings with the contractors.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Valid Alaska Driver’s License.
•Legally authorized to work in the United States on a regular full-time basis without restrictions.
•Working Knowledge of various types of construction equipment and its performance.
•Good computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, to include producing, proofing and analyzing reports.
•Ability to learn and adapt to various computer programs is essential.
•Initiate and follow through to completion on a variety of projects.
•Strong interpersonal and communications skills a must.
•High level of integrity and the ability to maintain confidentiality

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
•Bachelor Degree.
•Military Experience
•Prior Alaska North Slope /Alaska Oil & Gas or Construction experience
•Strong demonstrated leadership, communication, public speaking, ability to influence, and organizational skills.
•5 years of experience (including education) in the automotive equipment industry
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