The Facilities Project Manager is responsible for providing overall management of production facilities, utilities and infrastructure design and engineering work programs. The Facilities Project Manger, manages the facilities resources and third parties and be responsible for the technical integrity of assigned facilities. The scope of work will include customer liaison, assistance in contracting of major works and contractor management, program scheduling, budgeting, resourcing, certification and quality control and reporting.
Candidate’s duties may include the following:
- Plan and manage engineering projects and work programs, including feasibility studies, concept development and screening, technical definition, basic and detailed engineering. Follow up through tendering, construction and commissioning.
- Establish objectives and strategies, and the actions to achieve them.
- Set priorities, manage resources, develop concepts and approaches, review project progress and results, and make decisions.
- Manage the development, implementation and optimization of designs to ensure efficient completion of projects.
- Prepare project procedures, administration and control documents.
- Assess resource needs, assign tasks, set priorities and adjust workload as required, and address interfaces.
- Prepare engineering work packages, budget costs, and resource and schedule estimates.
- Provide engineering and design support to Operations Maintenance and Services.
- Review design drawings and engineering specifications to produce review comments and perform quality assurance assessments.
- Communicate with vendors, contractors and technical consultants to resolve issues concerning design, new technology, upgrade of equipment, revision to standards and purchase specifications, test procedures, etc.
- Arrange process system optimization, de-bottlenecking, feasibility, HAZOP or other technical studies.
- Establish and maintain engineering controls, systems and processes.
- Monitor project progress, cost and quality against plan.
- Review and input into studies and reports.
- Promote use of new technology and applications.
- Ensure development and implementation of a Quality plan for engineering work.
- Ensure that design, equipment and associated services meet Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (HSE), legislative and other requirements, identifying and executing necessary activities within the Quality plan.
- Ensure engineering contractors and consultants apply acceptable quality procedures.
- Oversee quality of contractor documents, drawings, calculations and reports.
- Ensure quality controls meet customer, partner and SLB requirements and that services and equipment supplied are fit for purpose, timely and within budget.
- Participate in risk assessment and other safety and environmental study work to ensure a safe and environmentally acceptable facilities system.
- Report all incidents and provide reporting and input to investigations as required.
- Participate in meetings and workshops, and lead work element plans as appropriate.
- Manage third-party contractors and consultants’ work programs.
- Optimize schedules and identify risks in facilities activities.
- Ensure timely and accurate input into the project plan.
- Prepare and submit reports regarding the performance of the work, quality, HSE and financial status as required.
- Oversee timely reporting by contractors as per contract.
- Compile weekly, monthly and other project reports.
- Prepare and present material to customers as required.
- The Facilities Project Manager based on assignment, would be required to lead team members and contractors, travel domestically or overseas, and partake in sensitive and high visibility activities to achieve the project objectives and customer requirements.
Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering Architecture, Construction Management or related field,
- An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to provide the applicant with the knowledge, skills and ability to successfully perform the essential functions of the job.
- Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification
- Proficient in AutoCAD, Revit or alternative CAD software
- Well presented and professional
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Advance Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
- Good problem-solving abilities, proactive, fast learner, good organizational and time management skills.