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  • Job reference: RMS0109760

Subsea Aftermarket Co-ordinator

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: London
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 15/05/2012
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (22/05/12)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our Client is a Leading Global Operator in the Oil and Gas Industry.

The Role:
Role Synopsis:
Aftermarket Co-ordinators in Global Subsea Hardware (GSH) are expected to have or develop generalist skills from the subsea services industry covering all aspects of subsea / wells equipment and subsea production systems from wellhead-to-flowline. In order to support both Global Projects and Operations there is a requirement to recruit individuals to work in the centralised GSH team (London/Houston). This work involves some travel to operating sites to support local staff when necessary.

Key Accountabilities:
The GSH Aftermarket Co-ordinator will be responsible for co-ordinating and overseeing the subsea aftermarket service requirements of both the project and operational teams in the location / region to which they are assigned, and ensuring the Supplier / Service Provider performs to our cleitn’s expectations. The work is of a dynamic nature, with competing demands on time, driven by both internal and external drivers. As a result, the ability to prioritize according to business value is critical to this role.
The work involves:
• Exhibiting exemplary HSE leadership to pur client and out Subsea Suppliers / Service Providers.
• Assist GSH Aftermarket Manager to develop and communicate the GSH Aftermarket Strategy.
• Develop GSH Aftermarket “Way We Work” documents in line with the GSH Aftermarket Strategy.
• Assist GSH Aftermarket Manager to develop, with the GA / Tier 1 Suppliers, a standard approach to ‘execution planning’ for Subsea Hardware and Subsea Wells Aftermarket services.
• Work with regional Project teams and ‘new’ Project Operations Readiness teams to develop Aftermarket Services scope in line with GSH Aftermarket Strategy and the “Way We Work”.
• Work with the regional Subsea Operations and Subsea Wells teams to align existing Life of Field (LoF) Aftermarket Services with GSH Aftermarket Strategy.
• Manage the aftermarket performance and capability of our Subsea Supplier / Service Providers – against an agreed set of KPIs.
• Proactively monitor and report progress of all subsea aftermarket activities and alert management to areas of concern regarding quality and delivery changes.
• Co-ordinate the resolution of hardware technical issues with the wider GSH disciplines and the hardware supplier to the satisfaction of the ‘customer’ teamin Projects or Operations.
• Assist in the development and implementation of global common maitainence strategies for Subsea / Wells equipment.
• Support the development of and co-ordinate Subsea Aftermarket Call-Offs, under the Supplier Global Agreements for regional Project and Operations Teams.
• Co-ordinate regional subsea projects and operations teams to populate the global subsea lessons learned system, and ensure robust feedback to subsequent front end design in new subsea projects.
• Develop strong relationship with the Suppliers’ / Service providers’ Regional Aftermarket Managers
• Develop robust relationship and maintain a regular, open dialogue with the Subsea Wells Team Leader to understand ongoing Well services requirements and issues.
• Develop robust relationship and maintain a regular, open dialogue with the Subsea Operations Team Leader to understand ongoing LoF service requirements and issues.
• Work closely with the other subsea discipline engineers in both GSH and Operations to ensure alignment on technical issues and integrity standards.
• Read and understand all existing regional contracts / service orders between our client and the subsea equipment suppliers. Work to align these with the GSH Aftermarket Strategy.
• Review and comment on technical scopes of services, scopes of work, preservation, storage and maintenance procedures, SIT / SRT testing procedures, ITPs etc. produced by the subsea GA / Tier 1 suppliers.
• Incorporate lessons learned and best practices from our client and industry.
• Read, understand, implement, and reinforce use of Company's Management of Change process.
• Input into GSH Aftermarket Weekly Report.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Essential Criteria:
• Strong health, safety, environmental and regulatory compliance record
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills, to all levels of an organisation
• A willingness and ability to work with other disciplines.
• Self-motivated with the ability to work independently with minimal supervision.
• An effective networker, both inside and outside of an organisation
• An ability to define and prioritize multiple issues
• Project management skills to include cost / benefit analysis abilities, risk assessment abilities and ability to execute small studies / reports independently
• Broad range of technical skills associated with subsea aftermarket services and operations
• Broad knowledge of subsea systems design, engineering and operation.
• Basic knowledge of Quality Assurance processes.
• Good awareness of contractual frameworks and terminology
• Understands the relevance of subsea equipment Reliability
• Significant experience working with subsea

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
• Chartered engineer or registered professional engineer
• Offshore experience in a subsea role
• Operational experience of production and subsea processing systems
• Experience in Design and Fabrication of subsea / wells equipment.
• Experience with testing, commissioning and installing subsea / wells equipment.
• Process driven mentality, well organised

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