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  • Job reference: RMS0168356

ICAPS & Punch List Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Myanmar
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 02/06/2016
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The Role:
- Responsible for the ICAPS database architecture and network organization, he shall be the focal point for any issue in ICAPS and Punch List management.
- He shall ensure the integrity and the efficient management of the data base including punch list follow-up and the commissioning dossier preparation and completion, ensuring proper support and advice to other Project Entities as required.
- Responsible for verify follow up and support Contractor for all matters related to the preparation, implementation and management of ICAPS database.
- Responsibility of the ICAPS hotline for the Project.
- Provide assistance to Company & Contractor personnel for any problem linked to commissioning database,
- Provide, as necessary, regular training and optimisation of the use of the ICAPS database for Company personnel.
- Ensure that ICAPS database, as prepared and managed by Contractor, is well parameterised and populated for pre commissioning/commissioning activities.
- Verify and monitor the preparation and completion of Pre-commissioning and Commissioning dossiers,
- Review and follow up the use and the update of ICAPS database by contractor.
- Define adequate reporting to follow up and control status and progress of Pre-commissioning and Commissioning preparation activities related to ICAPS database.
- Ensure Pre-commissioning and Commissioning data are correctly processed up to completion of Commissioning stage.
- Provide adequate reporting as per project requirements and customized ICAPS data as and when required/requested: Commissioning and Punch List activities either on System /Sub-System basis or on the Task basis such as Loop checks, Functional tests, Item, Packs, Process Functions, Punch lists.
- Ensure that Contractor is properly following up and reporting all activities related to Punch List management for the overall the Project.
- Ensure that each subsystem dossier has reached the “Ready for Commissioning” status with associated punch list.
- Ensure that each subsystem dossier has reached the “Achievement Of Commissioning” status with associated punch list.
- Monitor and follow up the execution of commissioning schedule as per Project objective and in order to achieve a smooth hand over to Operator.
- Ensure a particular overall tracking for Punch List Clearance activities (sort according to priorities level, control delivery date for spares/equipment etc…).
- Coordinate his activity with the Deputy Commissioning Site Leader and the System Engineer.
- Review and comment the ICAPS commissioning progress reports issued by contractor.
- Responsible for generation and management of data related to status/progress of Commissioning activities on System/Sub-Systems basis.
- Organize a consolidation of the databases at the end of yard activity in order to ensure proper tracking and continuity for the offshore phase of the project
- At least 10 years of experience in Oil & Gas project activities and familiar with typical offshore installation.
- Expert on ICAPS software at Administrator level and on Opercom methodology.
- Good ability to organize and manage a team and coordinate his activities and responsibilities with other entities of the Project (Packages managers, Affiliate Rep., Field Operations).
- Computer expert (standard software applications) and good knowledge of IT network set-up and management.
- Good Communication skills and fluency in English.
- Competence in use of MS Office applications like Excel, Word and Power Point.
- BOSIET Certificate OPITO approved.
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