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  • Job reference: RMS0111939

Interface Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 25/06/2012
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The Role:
1. To implement the Subsea Interface Management Procedure covering both internal and external interfaces.
2. To ensure the effective performance of interfacing parties (in particular contractor interface coordinators) during the exchange of interface information
3. To identify potential areas of misalignment between interfacing parties and intervene as necessary to ensure that open interfaces are closed appropriately.
4. To regularly report status of subsea related interfaces to the Subsea management team (Project Manager + Delivery Leads)
5. To maintain quality of WIR interface requests and responses
6. To arrange for subsea related interface meetings, both regular, and ad hoc as required, throughout the project execute phase


Contract preparation and negotiations
Project management
Project scheduling
Budget/cost control
Communication with Authorities/Partners

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Experienced in oil & gas subsea projects
Experienced in performing an interface management role on major projects
Familiar with subsea projects, particularly SPS equipment, risers and umbilicals and FPSOs

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Good communicator with a range of interpersonal skills to work at all levels within and outside the project team
Strong coordination, organisation and liaison skills with the ability to seek and gain consensus solutions
Technically competent and .capable of supporting package leads and engineers in technical matters during the project execution.
Fluent in English
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