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Project Manager - Power & gas ( Thai National)

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Thailand
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 07/10/2011
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The Company:
Power plants burning natural gas, coal, oil, bio-mass, waste-to-energy, and cogeneration facilities, as well as Solar, Wind and Hydro power plants, Gas and LNG terminals.
Projects located in Thailand and surrounding Southeast Asian countries such as Vietnam, Laos, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, etc.

The Role:
Scope of Responsibilities:

• To participate in the tender preparation programme for the project
• Prepare the Project Plans and supporting documents and submit them for the Technical Director’s approval
• To assemble the assigned project resources, and arrange kick-off meetings
• To deploy the project resources according to the approved planning, monitor progress, and take corrective action where appropriate
• To supervise the activities of subordinate staff, particularly the Project Engineers; monitors and resolves interface problems
• Where appropriate, to manage the activities of partner project managers

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
• Bachelor Degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited university, Master Degree a plus
• Minimum 10 years experience, mainly in the field of Power & Gas. Experience for LNG terminal is a plus.
 Good people management skills; good customer handling skills
 Excellent language skills, including English
• Stress resistant, results-focused, determined, decisive.
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