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  • Job reference: RMS0152957

SURF - Company Site Representative (Fabrication)

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Angola - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 19/01/2015
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (26/01/15)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
A top-tier international oil and natural gas operator.

The Role:
The successful candidate is responsible, within the Project SURF team, for monitoring spools & jumpers, multijointing fabrication activities carried out by the SURF Contractor and/or Subcontractors at the fabrication site located in Angola.

4/4 Rotation

Team management: The contractor ensures that:
• Company HSE policy is promoted and good standards and practices are in place, including proper reporting and efficient communication channels;
• Contractor is enforcing his contractual commitments and is safely, properly and timely performing his activities as per Company specifications, design and codes;
• Site works are permanently followed;
• Any technical, procurement or resources bottleneck which could lead to schedule slippage are identified;
• Quality Assurance & Quality Control are properly managed.

Contract execution monitoring:
• The successful candidate shall be fluent with contract technical requirements related to spools & jumpers, multijointing activities;
• The successful candidate shall ensure that Contractor is delivering the work in line with the relevant contract requirements (H3SE, quality, and schedule) and approved project procedures (ITP, FAT, EFAT, SIT, SRT…);
• The successful candidate shall monitor Contractor’s organization to ensure that adequate skills and experience are available and properly organized to carry out the work in line with the contracts requirements (H3SE, quality, schedule);
• The successful candidate shall monitor Contractor’s direct and safety manhours spent on construction activities to establish a manhours trend per equipment at the end of the project.

Work Scope: Includes the following monitoring activities:
• Importation of goods and components;
• Fabrication of spools & jumpers, multijointing;
• Mechanical Completion;
• Testing and reception of equipment though ICAPS sheets and QAQC sheets;
• Manufacturing Record Book Compilation;
• Handover;
• Preparation of equipment for transportation or offshore deployment (onshore preparation only);
• Preparation of all necessary documentation.
The service holder will supervise the day to day activities of Contractor and witness the Contractor activities during the Construction works carried out by contractor or subcontractors.
The successful candidate shall ensure the prompt issue of the dispatch dossier including all necessary certifications as well as the finalisation in timely manner of the manufacturing record book associated with deliverables
The successful candidate shall monitor, instruct, correct and report the working practices of Contractor as necessary.
The successful candidate shall also supervise the site HSE and quality Company representatives.
The service holder reports to the SURF Fabrication Leader, highlighting work progress, forecast, quality issues, HSE issues and concerns encountered during the performance of his duties. The service holder is also accountable for demonstrating an exemplary behaviour with regard to H3SE rules & requirements and for implementing H3SE rules within his area of responsibility.
Activities:
1. To adopt and to demonstrate an exemplary behaviour with regard to Company "Code of Conduct" and HSE rules and regulations. To implement HSE rules and requirements within their area of responsibility, and to comply with HSE training requirements for the position.
2. To have knowledge of international norms and standards related to his area of responsibility, for application to the Project.
3. To ensure Site is working with safe practices. To promote and challenge H3SE initiatives during construction phase to keep people mobilized and safety minded. Keep people aware of Project safety objectives.
4. To ensure documentation is available in due time to avoid any fabrication delay. To verify consistency / homogeneity of information with engineering offices, by regular review of documentation register.
5. To validate fabrication progress reporting from Subcontractors and contractor. To foresee any fabrication schedule deviation and propose mitigation or corrective action
6. To monitor contractor’s direct and safety manhours, Angolan manhours spent on construction activities to compare with estimates and establish a manhours per equipment trend at the end of the project (as a feed back for headquarter).
7. To manage Punch list items and ensure that all critical punch list items are closed in due time
8. To review Contractor's POs to verify that contract requirements are duly included. To participate when needed to Kick Off Meetings and PIM with subcontractors and Vendors, and to reiterate the Contractual commitments and Company expectations.
9. To review Contractor's and Supplier's Organization to verify its adequacy and effectiveness with regards to the work to be performed. To ensure that Contractor's manpower is sufficient and that the personnel are of the required discipline, experience and capability.
10. To witness Audits performed by Contractor on its Suppliers, as required. To participate in Contractor investigations of significant Quality failures or other work deficiencies.
11. To review reports and other records and deliverables issued by Contractor on completed works and activities. To approve when needed on behalf of COMPANY.
12. Together with resident project personnel, to review any problems or reported difficulties. To analyze / resolve issues and problems highlighted during the construction activities. To follow and expedite the remedial actions from finding and observations during the Audits or other activities.
13. To monitor Company items management in liaison with the interface coordinator.
14. To monitor the implementation of approved changes (Change orders and Derogations).
15. To ensure QC is performed according to ITP. To keep track of any technical deviation from Contractual requirements, including supporting documentation such as mark-up, RFC, RFD,
Quality Notices.
16. To interface with Certifying Authority for Contractor/Supplier assessment of conformity. To ensure that certification requirements are fully implemented
17. To review, comment and approve Contractor's mechanical completion Documentation/Dossiers for correctness and conformity prior to a structured handover to commissioning team. To ensure a progressive review and compilation of As-Built and Final documentation
18. To participate to regular reviews and meetings with Contractor. To review KPI’S, improvement efforts, etc ...
19. To issue regular reporting to the SURF Fabrication Leader. To raise weekly & monthly status reports on construction activities. To maintain the construction indicators (KPI's).
20. To populate the construction reporting system enabling reactivity in the management of issues. To maintain the Package records and monitoring registers (manpower, progress ...).
21. To ensure confidentiality of all the documentation issued under his area of responsibility.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Professional Experience (years): 5-15
Experience in similar position (years): 5-10.
Level / Diploma: Engineer, or equivalent.
Languages: English mandatory.
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