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  • Job reference: RMS0118101

Surplus Coordinator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Perth
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 12/12/2012
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (19/12/12)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our Client is an International Oil and Gas Operator involved in 2 of Australia's largest LNG Projects based in Western Australia.

The Role:
The main responsibilities for the Surplus Coordinator are as follows:
• Works as part of the onshore Procurement team in Perth with specific responsibilities for monitoring the Engineering, Procurement, Construction management (EPCm) contractor’s mitigation and management of all surplus and scrap materials across all project sites, offices and locations. Works with EPCm contractor to assist in preparing disposal recommendations, presentations and support packages for presentation (by others) to various governance bodies and teams within the business. Identifies gaps and opportunities in the surplus management process and works with EPCm to deploy or enhance existing processes to properly plan for, manage and utilize surplus materials in the most cost effective and efficient manner and consistent with Gorgon Project procedures.
• Constantly monitors the EPCm’s Materials Management Organizational Capability (People, Process/Procedure & Systems) to ensure it is adequate to prevent and properly manage surplus and scrap materials. Monitors and validates the quality, reliability and visibility of the EPCm contractor’s material management systems in relation to surplus materials as well as the people resources deployed in the field to exercise due care and control.
• Interfaces with all of the offices Procurement teams, Fabrication teams in Asia and all other locations to ensure the effectiveness of the EPCm contractor’s identification, utilization, re-allocation, tracking, traceability, preservation, storage, return to supplier, cancellation of duplicate materials on order and ultimately, disposal of surplus and scrap materials.
• Assist the Gorgon onshore Infrastructure Procurement Coordinator and Gorgon Procurement Manager in aligning all surplus and scrap disposal activities between the Gorgon Project and all businesses involved in the project.
Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to;
• Reviewing and analysing EPCm procurement & Materials Management systems to determine their accuracy, reliability and ability to identify and properly manage surplus and scrap materials.
• Assuring that all surplus items and documentation at each fabrication site are identified by EPCm contractor, agreed by site, made visible to all parties and/or properly returned or disposed of.
• Ensure EPCm contractor has a robust plan to rapidly and efficiently re-allocate excess materials from one Gorgon site to another in order to mitigate any delays.
• Proactively engage with all stakeholders to raise the profile and improve communication regarding planning for, storage, utilization and disposition of surplus materials.
• Validate that the EPCm contractor has adequate management systems and personnel in place at each of the Fab Yards to ensure the accurate and current control of surplus materials.
• Serve as the Owner representative for monitoring and reporting the status of all relevant EPCm procedures relating to Surplus.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
BS Degree Preferred
• 5 plus years experience in Major Capital Construction Projects • Knowledge of capital equipment manufacturers related to the Oil and Gas industry. • Significant amount of experience in applying various disposal techniques for surplus equipment and materials related to the oil and gas industry.
• Strong Attention to Detail when completing documentation, following processes and procedures. • Ability to monitor/track multiple activities simultaneously. • Good Communication Skills, both verbally and written. Clearly communicates technical and business detail. • Proactively identifies problems and opportunities before they arise. • Creates or adjusts systems or processes to support change. • Willingness to travel to project sites in Australia and Asia – Usually short and infrequent business trips. • Works independently as part of a broad program.
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