Planning and Accountability (JO014207) Tianjin, China

We are recruiting for an Engineering Support Team Expert — Planning and Accountability for one of our Clients

Terms & Condition:

Work Location : China ( fabrication yards )

Duration : 2 years with a possible extension

Work Status : Rotation 8 weeks ON / 2 weeks OFF / 6 days a week  ( Monday to Saturday )

Required professional knowledge and skills

  • With at least 10 years experience in Oil and Gas Industry
  • Experience in scheduling and project management in oil and gas sector with the emphasis on onshore facilities/LNG
  • Relevant international experience in the area of marine projects planning and management tools.
  • Experience in analysis of module fabrication, design, logistics and procurement schedules provided by EPC-Contractor.
  • Experience in development of internal KPIs and auxiliary project management tools.
  • Project Work Experience (preferably in LNG Industry).
  • Experience in reviewing, analysis and evaluation of subcontractors’ proposals
  • Vast experience in fabrication, construction and design at LNG onshore facilities and other projects for the purpose of implementation of advanced planning procedures
  • Proven experience in module construction as related to provision of recommendations in planning of construction at onshore LNG projects
  • Fluency in oral and written English.
  • Knowledge of Planning Software (Primavera, MS Project, etc.)
  • Proven experience in modules fabrication, SE Asia 

Job Description

  • Work as a planning expert in construction of modules for the PROJECT from detailed design phase to construction and commissioning.
  • Ensure accuracy and clarity of Contractors’ and Subcontractors’ schedules.
  • Develop analytical reports for a representative on module fabrication site and assist in drawing-up risk profiles related to schedule analysis.
  • Supervise under Site Representative command over EPC Contractor during fabrication, assembly, testing and delivery of the PROJECT modules at selected module fabrication site.
  • Introduction of lessons learned