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  • Job reference: RMS0139650

Job Card Co-ordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Brisbane
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 20/03/2014
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The Role:
The Job Carder will encompass the coordination of any associated procurement / fabrication / construction together with inventory control and to ensure that these activities are, resourced, scheduled and controlled.
All of the fore mentioned requirements will be collated and executed as per created jobs card for each commissioning phase of the project.

The Job Carder shall:
Assist the Commissioning Leads to deliver all disciplines project systemisation from construction to completion and handover for the Gas Processing Facilities and Water Treatment Facilities.
Liaise with the CCMS Manager and Commissioning Planner to ensure planned and optimised schedule targets are achieved via the Completion Commissioning Management System.
Seek process improvement to maximise delivery capability and provide training and competencies to Project Field Personnel.
Seek continuous improvement in Commissioning Work Pack Scope to optimise the commissioning processes and enable safe and efficient commissioning of project assets.

This position ensures that support is provided to all Commissioning and project personnel within the area of responsibility. It will focus on achieving objectives for the project to ensure they are maintained, strengthened, and realigned to support overall business goals.

15% travel to remote Queensland locations required

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
10+ years oil & gas processing experience
Site Experience Essential
Project and commissioning experience
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