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Project Execution Manager

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Tunisia
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 21/06/2011
  • Time left:
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    (21/07/11)
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Job Title: Project Execution Manager
Job Location: Tunisia
Rate/Salary: Negotiable
Duration: Ongoing
Residency: UK

The Company:
Major oil and gas operator.

The Role:
Responsible for the Management of then EPC contract for the Detailed Engineering, Procurement,
Construction and Pre-Commissioning of the Nawara Project production facilities as well as any other
supporting contracts. Responsible for the management of the handover of the Nawara facilities to the OMV
Tunisia Operations Team as well as for the closeout of the EPC contract.
The scope of work explicitly excludes any contracts and activities on any Nawara Wells as such.
The Execution Manager will be supported by the other project functions (Project Services, Commissioning/
Engineering, HSE and Operations Readiness and Assurance)

Supervisory Responsibilities
The Project Execution Manager has overall supervisory responsibility for the Project Execution Team as
outlined in the Nawara Project Organisation Chart for the Execution Phase (NA-OTEX-PMT-0000-PM-DIA-
0001).

Education and/or Experience
Tertiary degree in a relevant science or engineering discipline plus a minimum of 15 years experience in
the upstream oil and gas industry with at least 5 years experience at a senior engineering or project
management level. Experience on large OMV Upstream Development Projects will be an advantage.

Computer Experience
Proficient skills in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and the Web Browsers (Internet
Explorer and Firefox). Familiarity with Project Management and project document control systems.
Willingness to acquire skills in the use of Aconex, the Nawara Project Document and Correspondence
Management System.

HSE Responsibilities
This position is key to the implementation of the company HSE policies and procedures.
A sound knowledge of the “Safety Case Regime” is required.
Leadership and interpersonal skills consistent with the demonstration of Management Commitment are
required.

Has the responsibility to ensure that the Company’s Health Safety and Environmental (HSE) provisions are
maintained at the highest level and in particular ensures each employee:

• Ensure familiarity with and act in accordance with Project HSEQ requirements.
• Work in accordance with the OMV HSE Policy, HSEQMS and all related HSE management
standards and procedures.
• Undertake work in a manner that does not present a risk to themselves, others or the environment.
• Identify and report hazards and work proactively to seek system improvements.
• Participate in and adhere to all safety and environmental instructions, procedures and activities.
• Advise fellow employees of hazardous situations.
• Present a mature approach to working safety and environmental management.
• Wear appropriate PPE and comply with safe work procedures at worksites.
• Assist new employees in the use of relevant work procedures and practices.
• Not engage in an occupation that requires a certificate unless the relevant certificate or permit is
held.
• Not attempt any task unless they are capable and competent to carry out the task.
• Make proper use of both Company and personal equipment whenever necessary and when
instructed to do so.
• Except for an approved maintenance or repair procedure, must not interfere with, remove, displace
or make ineffective any safeguard, safety device, equipment or appliance provided for HSE
purposes.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Takes ownership in preparing the EPC ITT(s) together with the FEED contractor.

• Manage the works with particular consideration of time frame, funding limitations, procedures for
accomplishing project, staffing requirements, and allotment of available resources to various
phases of project.
• Establishes work plan and staffing for each phase of project, and arranges for recruitment or
assignment of project personnel.
• Manages the procurement process for contracted activities
• Confers with project staff to outline workplan and to assign duties, responsibilities, and scope of
authority.
• Directs and coordinates activities of project personnel to ensure project progresses on schedule
and within prescribed budget.
• Reviews status reports prepared by project personnel and modifies schedules or plans as
required.
• Prepares project reports for management, joint venture partners, or others.
• Confers with project personnel to provide technical advice and to resolve problem

About Fircroft:
Fircroft is a leading provider of technical recruitment solutions to a number of specialist industries, active in over 30 countries worldwide. Our key sectors include: Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals & Process, Automotive & Aerospace, Nuclear & Power, Mining & Minerals and General Engineering.

For further information or to discuss any opportunities, please contact Claus Henriksen at Fircroft on + 44 1925 25 5691
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