|Job family: Work Package Management||NP : TBC|
|Branch: Exploration-Production||Ref : E&P|
|Metier: Project||Rev : 00|
|Direction: TUPNI / PREOWEI|
|JOB TITLE (HOLDER)|
|Title: SPS Structures & Hardware Lead Incumbent: TBA Signature : Entity: TUPNI / PREOWEI Employee Id N°:|
|POSITION IN THE ORGANIZATION CHART|
|Hierarchical relationship: SPS Engineering Manager|
|DIMENSIONS OF THE JOB|
PREOWEI field is located approximately 175 km from Port Harcourt, within the Oil Mining Lease 130, in water depths ranging from 1100-1500m. Distances with the main existing or future infrastructures are:
29 km to the North of EGINA Field and EGINA FPSO (OML130, operated by TUPNI)
20 km to the North-West of AKPO field & AKPO FPSO (OML130, operated by TUPNI)
PREOWEI will be developed as a subsea Tie-back to the EGINA FPSO. The management of the PREOWEI Project is located in Lagos, Nigeria
Manage the Company Project team dedicated to the Subsea Structures & Tie-in Systems element of the Project to ensure the technical, budget and schedule objectives are met and that the responsibilities of the job description are discharged.
Review and ratify the Design Proposals from the Alliances (Design proposals include Basis of Design, Flow
Diagrams, Specifications, Procedures, Calculation Notes, & MTOs).
Ensure that Design proposals from the Alliances meet the requirements and expectations of the various
Exhibits in the FEED Contract.
Ensure implementation in his/her own discipline of all HSE and QC requirements and report to SPS Engineering Manager on any deviation.
Facilitate approval from Subsea Structures & Tie-in Systems related documentation, consolidating comments from within SPS Team and form other Company Packages leading up to their final approval.
Participate in the engineering review of other packages design documents which have an interface to the
Subsea Structures & Tie-in Systems equipment
Evaluate the workload of Subsea Structures & Tie-in Systems Package and identify, as necessary, additional resources or the means required to meet Contract objectives to the SPS Engineering Manager.
Liaise with Company Specialists within the various Technical departments in HQ to ensure Design proposals from the Alliances meet the requirements of the Company specifications.
Actively follow-up the respective Alliances actual progress against all planned engineering activities required
for completion of the Subsea Structures & Tie-in Systems equipment. Ensure that the Alliances are focused on meeting their commitments.
Initiate and manage weekly progress meetings with the various Alliances, and provide weekly and monthly reports to SPS Engineering Manager.
Review and manage the resources and organization of the Alliances, identifying that they are adequate (and competent) for achieving the discipline works
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|JOB DESCRIPTION – SPS Structures & Hardware Lead|
| Manage the interface with other disciplines in the Project to ensure cross-package and inter-contract compliance. Ensure that any cost and / or schedule changes to agreed designs emanating from or impacting|
the Subsea Structures & Tie-in Systems equipment are identified. Highlight such changes, providing
assistance to quantify the cost and schedule impact to the SPS Engineering Manager.
Expedite the timely disposition of Deviations/ Derogation requests as they effect the Subsea Structures & Tie- in Systems.
Participate in/organize any technical or co-ordination meeting necessary to fulfil the job responsibilities.
Coordinate the Lessons Learned to be developed for the Subsea Structures & Tie-in Systems.
Coordinate the preparation of the Close-out Report for the Subsea Structures & Tie-in Systems.
To fully comply with office security, health and safety instructions.
To stay vigilant and maintain continuous awareness of hazards and surroundings.
To report to Management on any issue they may face or observe and propose way of improvement.
To also take care of colleagues safety and behaviour without hesitating to intervene as much as necessary.
To give his own input and making sure the workplace is safe (obviously clean and tidy).
To participate in relevant HSE meetings such as HSE Committee, JSA, etc. To fully comply with Security rules about Travelling in Nigeria.
|CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT|
The PREOWEI Project is a challenging Project Technically, and with the added constraint of a short time-line for its execution. There is also the constraint of having to interface with multiple (at least three) Alliances within this short time-line (six months)
Position is located in Lagos, with visits to the various Contractors’ offices within and outside Lagos..
The job holder shall ensure that the Alliances produce fully fit-for-purpose Functional Design documents for the entire Controls System, and that the ENGINEERING DELIVERABLE Dossier submitted by them contain sufficient information to enable them submit a compliant technical and commercial offer (PROPOSAL) for the ensuing EPCI CONTRACT.
Reports to the SPS Engineering Manager
Accountable for subsea structures & hardware engineering coordination with Alliances in a timely manner
Coordinates company engineers for structures & tie-in systems and manages interface with other packages across the Preowei project
Education: First degree in relevant Engineering Discipline. Master degree or an equivalent is an advantage
Qualification: 10+ years’ experience in the Engineering of Subsea Manifolds, FLETs, ILTs, Subsea Jumpers
and Connection Systems, and SUTs.
To have experience in the application of industry standards and codes related to subsea hardware and systems such as API 6A & 17D, ASME B31.3, ASME B31.8, API RP-17P, API RP-17R, API RP-2A, as well as ISO,
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JOB DESCRIPTION – SPS Structures & Hardware Lead
To have knowledge of the main Subsea hardware suppliers’ engineering and manufacturing processes.
Previous experience of Company / Operator Representation during similar type project execution is a distinct advantage
Mobility: placement is primarily in Lagos, Nigeria with the potential for international trips. Presence will be required at Manifold fabrication site during construction phase.
Language: Fluency in English language