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  • Job reference: RMS0126416

FPSO Quantity Surveyor

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Angola - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 03/06/2013
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (10/06/13)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our client is a major Client in the Oil and Gas Industry.

The Role:
Develop and document the working procedures which will be used to distinguish and evaluate reimbursable and lump sum activities and assist in obtaining the agreement of the EPSCC contractor to these procedures.
 Monitor construction, integration, commissioning and start-up activities onboard the FPSO and at the Angola integration yard.
 Evaluate work done in accordance with the terms of the EPSCC contract, distinguishing between reimbursable scope, lump sum scope and additional (Change Order) scope.
 Perform ad hoc checks on resources deployed on site to verify the accuracy of work progress statements submitted by the EPSCC contractor and where necessary prepare documentation to be used to challenge contractor’s submissions.
 Attend regular construction and commissioning meetings and liaise with Company construction and commissioning teams and Contractor’s management team as necessary to maintain a thorough knowledge of ongoing and planned work activities.
 Prepare weekly and monthly reports of lump sum and reimbursable activities for incorporation into package and project weekly and monthly reports.
 Provide regular reports to the FPSO Project Control Manager describing activities undertaken during the report period.
 Coordinate with Company Tow & Hook-up Manager and the Company Commissioning Manager to ensure an efficient conduct of the service

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Graduate in QS or other construction discipline with 5 to 10 years experience as a site-based QS, planner or construction supervisor. Knowledge of offshore construction activities is essential with previous experience of FSPO construction a distinct advantage.
Must be fluent in English.
knowledge of French would be a benefit but not essential.

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