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  • Job reference: RMS0116748

Materials Receiving Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Malaysia
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 24/01/2013
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (31/03/13)
This vacancy has now expired.
Local Malaysian Only

The Company:

Our client is an International world renowned EPC (Engineering, procurement, construction) company. They have chosen to fabricate LNG plant production and storage modules as well as associated piping and racks in Lumut

If you are a contract based worked and engaged on a project which is not due to complete until sometime in 2013, we remain very interested in receiving your details so that those who apply now, will be the first to be contacted with the opportunities as they become live

The Role:
SUMMARY:

Performs material coordination activities at a jobsite within material discipline of responsibility to ensure the accurate reporting of material and equipment work package statuses for installation. Responsible for the input maintenance, assessment and correction when applicable of project data related to material coordination and its accuracy. Continuously performs priority allocations to ensure material availability well in advance of installation requirements. Assists in the early identification of surplus or unneeded materials and stays conscious of unused materials in staging areas.

JOB DIMENSIONS:

Reports to and receives operational direction from the Project Field Procurement Manager; or the Materials Manager or Project Field Procurement Supervisor.
Receives functional direction from the global business unit Manager of Procurement, or the functional Materials Manager if assigned.



JOB DUTIES:

Assists with material coordination activities for a material discipline area of responsibility.
Adheres to the Materials Management Plan with respect to applicable commodity groups, within area of responsibility.
Ensures adherence to the Material Responsibility Matrix by all responsible parties.
Utilizes the materials components of the project Automation Plan (used by functional groups) to monitor related data transfers between the functional groups.
Adheres to the planned construction activities and work packaging structure on the project through coordination with Field Engineering, Construction, and/or (Sub) Contractors, and Project Controls.
Monitors planned inventory control mechanisms, such as min-max and bag-and-tag, and uses tools.
Provides early identification of unneeded surplus materials in an effort to return to inventory or identify for excess or new requirements.
Coordinates material availability in support of design revisions, rework, contingency or work-around plans.
Participates in Construction and/or (Sub) Contractor planning meetings to be fully aware of changes in installation plans and priorities.
Coordinates with warehouse personnel for materials to be issued direct to the installation area, as opposed to being controlled in storage.

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