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  • Job reference: RMS0126969

Mechanical Field Co-ordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Hartlepool
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 08/07/2013
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (15/07/13)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
The company designs, constructs, transports, installs and removes offshore facilities for the global oil and gas industry. During the last decades they have become a significant international player in the offshore oil and gas construction industry. The Group consists of two divisions, each with a specific role in the activities of the Group

The Role:
Reports to : Construction Manager
Liaises with : Other Project Personnel/Production
Directs : Subcontract Personnel and Cient Personnel

The Mechanical Field Co-ordinator prepares, plans, co-ordinates with subcontractors and production to deliver the disciplinary deliverables of the project.

Responsibilities:

- To perform tasks delegated by the Construction Manager.
- To control, monitor and direct Discipline Personnel in line with planned activities.
- To co-ordinate the installation of equipment.
- To co-ordinate, monitor and carry out preservation activities in accordance with project requirements, maintaining records for final handover to clients.
- To co-ordinate activities within the Mechanical discipline.
- To assist with the determination of installation sequences during fabrication.
- Quality, safety, health and environmental awareness (e.g. responsible for own and others safety).
- To perform tasks which may be requested by Management/ Site Supervisor .
- To monitor production hours against planned hours.
- To identify potential hazards and discuss them during the JSA when giving out the day’s work
- To ensure correct implementation of the company quality, safety, health and environmental policy within the company and verify that the company quality, safety and environmental procedures are followed.
- Individual risk awareness within job role.
- To ensure adherence to Company Policy and procedures.
- To liaise with Client concerning their discipline.
- To stimulate personnel in quality, safety and environmental awareness thinking by facilitating training where appropriate.
- To ensure correct implementation of the Company quality, safety and environmental policy within the Company and verify that the Company quality, safety and environmental procedures are followed.
- To identify and report possible problems to the Production Manager and recommend possible solutions for such problems.
- To attend meetings relating to their discipline and maintain liaison with the various disciplines.
- To liaise with other discipline specialists.
- To deliver input to subcontract documents to define scope of work and quality aspects required of the subcontractor.
- To control and monitor subcontractors within their discipline and monitor the subcontractor’s progress and inform the Project Manager/Head of Planning.
- To forward and action Site Instructions. Assess, approve and manage technical deviations, and communicate variation orders to Cost Engineer and Project Manager.
- To instruct the subcontractor, via the Project Manager, concerning design changes/requests.
- Raise and answer Site Queries where relevant.
- To witness checks by the Subcontractor where appropriate.
- To assist in the preparation of mechanical completion plans where appropriate.
- To organise Vendor assistance where appropriate.
- To review detailed project/construction plan and contribute to co-ordination meetings on technical aspects.
- To analyse design for constructability and ensure handover to commissioning phase of project.
- To punch out completed works and co-ordinate close-out.
- To conduct daily pre-start Toolbox Talks.
- To review and approve final and system handover documentation packages before forwarding to the QC Department.
- To ensure that activities are performed under safe conditions.
- To perform Safety Intervention Discussions (SIDs) providing that training has been completed.
- To perform KPI inspections with on-site subcontractors where appropriate.
- Individual risk awareness within job role.
- Contributes to new methods/procedures and improves existing methods, systems and procedures.
- Identify and highlight any further training requirements of their personnel.



Training Requisite:
- Computer training courses.
- Safety Intervention Discussion Training (SID).
- Coresys.
- Navis Works review model training.
- Safety awareness.
- Core Systems – LMRA, TOFS, SID’s, etc

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Competency Requirements:
- Successful SHE induction.
- Technical school for vocational training, basic level qualifications.
- Time served Apprenticeship or recognised equivalent.
- 5 years engineering experience in the construction industry.
- Planning and Organisational skills that enable the implementation of their duties and the Company Strategy.
- Communicate in a positive manner with all staff and departmental managers.
- An understanding of Company quality, safety, health and environmental systems and programmes.
- Must be computer literate.
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