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  • Job reference: RMS0137129

Lessons Learned Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Qatar - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 27/01/2014
  • Time left:
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The Company:
A large oil and gas operator with extensive projects in Qatar is looking for a Lessons Learned & Continuos Improvement Coordinator to oversee all Qatar based projects.

The Role:
Based in both Ras Laffan & Doha on a residential basis the LL & CI Coordinator will be responsible for the following key areas:

Develop and maintain the group LL & CI systems and processes
Assist projects with the identification, screening and deployment of LL & CI
Directly responsible for auditing and assessing the performance of projects with regards to implementing LL & CI.
Networking on a routine basis with the other organisations, actively supporting the Learned Lessons & Continuous Improvement Programs
Independently evaluate the performance of EPC contractors and their suppliers to assure projects execution in accordance with contractual standards
Provide feedback on effectiveness of company LL & CI processes

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
BA Degree in Science or Engineering preferred or >15 years experience in the oil and gas industry in Quality Management of engineering, construction, construction and completions projects, including QA & QC Management and Completions Management.
Worldwide experience of EPC contractors, in particular those involved in the construction of onshore gas production / LNG facilities
Experience with comprehensive and complex Management Systems
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