We are currently looking to support our client with a contract requirement for a Completions Implementation Lead to be based in the Republic of Ireland (County Kildare). This will be on a 6 month contract basis starting as soon as possible. Extensions may be possible but have not been confirmed at this stage.
Please note - due to Covid 19 quarantine restrictions and the necessary mobilisation procedures the client is only able to accept candidates currently based in the Republic of Ireland or Northern Ireland.
A standard description is given below - however candidates MUST have proven experience with change management in an organisation, particularly within the field of Completions, construction and/or commissioning, and have Demonstrated experience in completion system training at all levels
Rates have not been stated and candidates will need to provide their negotiable expectations given the current coronavirus pandemic and difficult market circumstances. If this role could interest please contact me with an updated copy of your CV and information on your availability and day rate expectations (10 hours) in Euros.
Work schedule: basic 5 days per week (10 hours per day), must be flexible
PURPOSE OF THE JOB:
We are accountable for driving competitive execution strategies through leading and managing the design, build, commissioning and successful handover of Air Separation Process Plants to worldwide customers. In achieving this, high safety performance is taken as a given.
The Completions Lead is responsible for driving Completions work process using company tools principally within Europe, Middle East and Africa but with involvement further afield as part of the Global Organisation
This is a site and office based role, it is expected that the incumbent may spend periods on sites within Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
- To participate in Completions process in Construction and Commissioning teams of company plants. To act as a focal point for Completions management tools and interfacing with vendor and IT for resolution of issues.
- To drive the implementation of Completions process throughout projects and operations maintenance and turnarounds. Develop and improve the existing work process for site handovers, supporting systemised handover prior to Commissioning, Startup and handover.
- To be responsible for implementing robust training for users, data input quality, and user uptake and use of the Completions Management System. Work closely with site quality management teams, and ensure handovers, ITPS and work aligns with the company gated handover process.
- The incumbent will support delivery of the projects KPI's, including cascading safety, quality and schedule KPI's onto every individual as part of the CMS.
Experience and Skills:
" Proven experience with change management in an organisation, particularly within the field of Completions, construction and/or commissioning
" Proven experience within projects delivery, relevant working experience in systemization and completions management activities in the oil & gas industry
" Proven track record of execution excellence & delivering results.
" Experience with completions or commissioning tracking tools, GO Completions preferable
" Has proven interpersonal skills associated with managing a construction work force.
" Knowledge of operations, commissioning, fabrication standards, procedures and QA/QC. Special Abilities: Interpersonal and supervision skills
" Good understanding of QA/QC requirements for final documentation on oil and gas related construction projects.
" Effective communication and reporting skills.
" Proficient in HSE management principles and its application in BSP.
" Demonstrated experience in completion system training at all levels
" Understand the core principles of Project Engineering and Project Assurance.
" Understand and familiar with company Completions and commissioning procedures
" The position will report to the EMEA Commissioning Manager. On specific projects there may also be a reporting line in to the Construction Site Manager and to the Project Director.