IT Jobs Vacancy For Oil Gas Qatar, WeBecome

July 22, 2009 · Posted in IT Computer, Oil Gas 

WeBecome is an IT Consulting and Professional services company headquartered in Singapore. We are looking for “FACILITIES INTERFACE CO-ORDINATOR (SUBSEA)” to join our Leading Oil&Gas Client in DOHA, QATAR (Tax free country).

FACILITIES INTERFACE CO-ORDINATOR (SUBSEA) – QATAR

Job Purpose: Responsible to provide Technical & Operational interface to co-ordinate with other offshore Operators and Project teams in Qatar North Field in safely managing construction, maintenance and marine activities near and above the sub-sea operating facilities (Pipelines & Cables) under Offshore Asset responsibility. Responsible for planning and execution of subsea construction and repair projects and the coordination of these activities with the engineering design and project management work done by the Operations Technical and Operations Capital Projects Departments.

Key Result Areas:

* Acts as first point of contact for any third party planning and organising construction and maintenance activities near and above the sub-sea assets. Leads the process to evaluate Technical, Operational and Safety aspects of such jobs at planning stage and follows through to monitor compliance during construction / operational stage.

* Leads the Technical review process and liaises as required with Legal during finalization of Pipeline Crossing Agreements to assess feasibility of proposed installation methods for crossing over sub-sea pipeline and cables.

* Responsible for organizing Risk Assessment, JSA, MOC reviews for sub-sea crossing projects and operation and maintenance activities, ensuring compliance with various systems. Responsible to ensure compliance with Company Safety, Environment, and Quality policies and programs.

* Stewarding appropriate MOCs from inception to approval, and thereafter from implementation to close-out. Organisation and record keeping of marine and subsea related documentation and charts for both the company and any other North Field Facilities with which the company interfaces.

* Performs review of a number of Marine engineering tasks including mechanical and structural design support for sub-sea pipelines crossing. Development and review of specifications and scopes of work and other related Marine pipeline crossing activities submitted by other offshore operators, including anchor pattern reviews with Marine Superintendent.

* Obtains outside specialist support on ad hoc basis from Engineering / consultancy service providers and shareholder resources (EMDC).

* Responsible to provide Marine engineering technical expertise for any planned and unplanned Pipeline repair events. Serves as a key member of Emergency Pipeline Repair System (EPRS) readiness: to develop plans, procedure, spares and services readiness to deal with Pipeline emergencies.

* To monitor compliance as company representative on site during execution of sub-sea pipeline crossing activities in the field. Liaise and mobilise as required Marine warranty surveyors on ad hoc basis to monitor concurrent activities in the field.

* Maintains database of all Pipeline and cable crossing agreements and ensures that all company?s and third party obligations are met through the life of these facilties.

* Maintain appropriate record of correspondence, daily logs, Issues Register and Facilities Interface Tracking Database with all third parties on all key items. Ensures adherence to Corporate Policies, Procedures, and Agreements in all aspects of the business with Qatari laws and all other laws as required.

* Serve as a key member of Sub-sea Inspection Task Force providing coordination, operational input and oversight to ensure all sub-sea inspection programs are executed safely and on timely basis. Liaise as required with Marine and other Operators to synergise inspection / maintenance campaigns and optimise costs.

* Attends regular meetings with interfacing organizations / Third Parties / Pipeline Task Force to ensure timely communication of issues and minimize interfacing disconnects, and ensures cross-functional follow-up on action items developed during interface meetings. Participates with above to develop and enforce surveillance and other coordination mechanisms to mutually safeguard near-shore and sub-sea assets.

* Communicates information to the Offshore Asset Team and other Groups / Departments within the company as required to ensure achievement of Company, Group, and Department strategies, objectives, and KPI?s. Provides advice and recommendations to the organization regarding planning and project interface considerations and potential problems.

* Develops and nurtures relationships with third party operators, Offshore and Pipeline construction and maintenance service providers to keep abreast of latest developments and regional Offshore industry resources to ensure the company’s requirements and expectations are met.

* Provide technical and operational support to Offshore Asset on Wet Gas Pipeline integrity management program. Carries out other duties at the request of the Production Engineering Advisor and Offshore Asset Manager.

* Provides vacation relief for Pipeline Engineering Specialist position.

Operating Environment, Framework & Boundaries:

* Operates within a well structured environment with a clear reporting framework.

* This is a key frontline position for interfacing within and outside the company with all other North field operators and construction/maintenance teams. The Facilities Interface Coordinator is ultimately responsible for safeguarding vital Company?s sub-sea assets from third party marine threats.

* Due to the nature of activities within the Offshore Asset, the position will require frequent communications, interaction and visits to the O&G companies and offshore platforms to coordinate work efforts and establish appropriate working relationships.

* The position holder exercises the duties of the position with little direct supervision, but is expected to gain alignment and seek general guidance from Offshore Operations Senior Staff on issues affecting the Department.

* Operates in a multi-cultural, multi-national environment that requires a high level of technical knowledge, experience, sensitivity, and maturity.

Communications & Working Relationships:

* The position requires continuous interface with Offshore OIM and another team.

* Weekly meetings with Asset Team to communicate progress and to request assistance as required in resolving technical / interface issues and opportunities.

* Develops working relationships and demonstrates flexibility to take leading or supporting role as situation demands in close coordination with DTF Marine Team, OTD-SEE, Offshore PMT, Subsurface and Legal teams to review and resolve interface issues.

* Regular contact with third party Operators (QP, PTF, Maersk, Dolphin, QatarGas, Shell GTL) and Contractors (McDermott, NPCC, Fugro etc) to nurture good working relationships.

Problem Solving/Complexity:

* The work requires good planning, influencing, and personnel management / interface skills in addition to technical knowledge and skills.

* Will be required to provide guidance on problems and issues based on the best available data and information, sometimes under tight deadlines.

* The position requires a substantial amount of mid-senior level networking within and outside the company. Key challenge is developing effective working relationships with external entities and Contractors.

* Works in a fluid environment where procedures and guidelines need to be flexible and adaptable to cope with changing circumstances.

Decision Making Authority & Responsibility:

* Operates within established process policies and procedures.

* Required to work independently to protect and represent the technical interests of the Company?s Offshore Asset in interfacing with other stakeholders, and to meet outside informational and coordination needs.

* Works in close coordination with the Asset Team and Asset Manager in the management and resolution of offshore sub-sea interface issues.

Knowledge Skills and Experience:

* Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical, Civil, Pipeline engineering, or equivalent

* Minimum of 8- 10 years experience in sub-sea pipeline engineering and construction.

* Development and operating experience of pipeline networks and structures, onshore and offshore. Knowledge of the underlying principles of pipeline design codes and pipe-laying & crossing methods.

* Previous employment / experience working for Sub-sea Engineering Company(s) or similarly related Pipeline Engineering Company is desired.

* Knowledge in structural analysis, sub-sea pipelines systems, piping materials and joining mechanism, piping crossings, piping stresses and stability analysis, Geotechnical engineering.

* Good adaptability to multicultural environment with wide exposure to various cultures and customs.

Interested candidates send your Updated CV to vinod@webecome.com mentioning the following details:

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