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Job Type Contract
Location Doha
Salary N/A
Contact Radhish Kumar Nagarajan

PartA:  Job Specification

 

Job Purpose

 

·         The Project Controls Lead provides leadership and coordinates all aspects of Project Controls including reporting, cost control, progress measurement, schedule development and schedule control.  Monitors the EPC Contractor’s execution performance in the area of scheduling, progress monitoring and cost control and provides advice as necessary to make sure the Company’s objectives are achieved.

 



Key Job Accountabilities

1.        

Job Purpose:

·         Provides technical expertise and guidance during construction of civil and structural systems to ensure that quality facilities are delivered to the Operations customer

·         Provides field surveillance of buildings, civil and structural fabrication and construction work

·         Monitors civil and structural buildings construction schedule and progress

 

2.        

Dimensions:

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Operating Budget:

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No. of Reporting Staff:

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Other:

 

3.        

Key Result Areas:

Duties include, but are not limited to:

·         Responsible for ensuring that proper and effective project control measures are executed by the EPC Contractor with particular emphasis on schedule planning and progress monitoring.

·         Provides supervision and guidance to the Cost, Planning and Schedule Engineers.

·         Responsible for monitoring the EPC Contractor and overall project cost and schedule performance.

·         Provides project cost, schedule, progress measurement and change management expertise to Project Team.

·         Coordinates the collecting, consolidating, analyzing and reporting of all Project cost, schedule, progress measurement and control, trends to ensure overall project status is assessed and potential problem areas are identified.

·         Reviews project changes to evaluate any schedule and/or cost impact; responsible for incorporating the effect and impact of approved changes in the overall cost and schedule stewardship and reporting.

·         Leads the monitoring and appraising performance of the EPC Contractor in the areas of cost control, progress measurement and schedule control.

-          Leads the review and evaluation of EPC Contractor’s plans and procedures for project controls, progress, scheduling, and cost control and modifies as necessary to meet the project’s objectives.

-          Reviews and, where appropriate, endorses schedule, progress and control budgets and forecast prepared by the EPC Contractor.

-          Leads the analysis of cost, schedule and progress trends developed by the EPC Contractor.

-          Leads reviews and endorses claimed progress reported by the EPC Contractor.

-          Leads reviews and interrogates cost and schedule basis of EPC Contractor's change requests/proposals - reviews and endorses change orders.

-          Assists Project Leadership Team in developing/reviewing cost and schedule corrective actions and recovery plans, and making sure needed actions/plans are implemented.

·         Leads ongoing project cost and schedule analysis, reporting, forecasting, and change management.

-          Analyzes cost and schedule trends, reviews cost and schedule forecasts prepared by Cost Engineer Advisor.

-          Leads the reviews and monitors cost and schedule implications of changes.  Provides timely advice on cost and schedule impact of changes, modifications or alternatives and maintains project trend and change order log.

-          Coordinates preparation of weekly and monthly reports.  Performs review and consistency checks of weekly and monthly reports prior to issuance to Business Manager

-          Rolls-up cost and schedule information and prepares input for Venture project monthly reports and weekly reports.

-          Prepares input of monthly cost control reports vs. control budget including cost forecast, expenditures and commitments.

-          Prepares monthly estimates of Work-In-Place (WIP) for Owner and 3rd-party costs.

-          Responds to ad hoc requests from PMT related to Controls/Reporting.

-          Assist PMT in meeting RGEE expectation as required, especially RGEE Element 4 (Information & Documents) and 7 (Management of Change).

·         Promotes inter-departmental communications and encourages teamwork.  Establishes clear communications between the PMTs and Contractor.

·         Backfills for the NFE Onshore Business Manager.

·         Participates in gathering and recording Lessons Learned for the project.

 

4.        

Operating Environment, Framework and Boundaries:

·         Works in a project environment in which the incumbent strives to achieve best in class Safety, Health, Environmental & Security performance by creating a culture that encourages every one to perform their best every day on every task

·         Works in a highly visible project environment with large capital expenditures and significant schedule execution pressures

·         Works effectively within established policies and procedures, and participates in the further development of these to meet changing needs.

·         Works in a dynamic team environment that has high expectations for flawless project execution in safety, quality, cost and schedule performance which requires the incumbent to demonstrate accuracy, initiative and the ability to multi-task as essential skills.

·         Demonstrates willingness to tackle a variety of tasks in response to evolving business needs.

 

5.        

Communications and Working Relationships:

·         Reports directly to the NFE Onshore Business Manager at the EPC Contractor’s home office location.

·         Provides an interface between Project Leadership Team, PMT members and EPC Contractor in respect of cost & schedule performance, reporting, review and necessary approvals.

·         Participates in: 1) Weekly Progress Status; and 2)Kick-Off Meetings with the Contractor and PMT to ensure common understanding of cost, schedule, estimating, progress measurement, and change management requirements (as required).  This requires effective communication, initiative, flexibility and an ability to induce collaboration.

·         Conducts briefing sessions for project team members with respect to project control requirements and processes (as required).

·         Exhibits team leadership skills, integrity, interpersonal understanding, and self-confidence.

·         Ensures Function endorsement of Cost Estimates and Project Schedules (as required).

·         Leads by example and demonstrates the highest level of integrity in dealings with all parties

·         Effective team player who collaborates well with others

·         Communicates concisely in written and verbal context; prepares high quality written documents including e-mails

 

6.        

Problem Solving/Complexity:

·         Utilizes a systematic approach to problem solving that ensures accuracy, timeliness and quality of documentation in resolution.

·         Able to work moderately complex tasks to completion within time constrains of Project, with minimal guidance from more experienced staff.

·         Participates in the resolution of problems in more demanding and less familiar situations using precedent and own acquired knowledge.

 

7.        

Decision Making Authority and Responsibility:

·         Able to work within a defined role with limited supervision.

·         Able to make decisions and solve problems related to project controls. 

·         Responsible for own work product with minimal guidance and oversight from Onshore Business Manager.

·         Establishes credibility with peers and supervisors and makes good use of their time.

·         Exercises judgment in making decisions; knows when to seek advice.  Understands organizational authority and seeks appropriate line management approvals

 

8.        

Knowledge Skills and Experience:

·         Thorough and extensive knowledge of:

-          Project controls principles, theories, concepts and tools.

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·         Bachelors of Science in Engineering, Engineering Technology, or Business Administration with relevant experience.

·         Good written and verbal communication skills and Team skills.

·         Minimum of fifteen (15 ) years of experience in the area of cost estimating, scheduling and project controls.

·         Minimum five (10) years experience associated with engineering, procurement and construction for Onshore Facilities.

·         Experience in Project Controls with relevant contract (Lump Sum, Unit Rate, Reimbursable).

 

 


PartB:  Person Specification – MinimumRequirements

 

Qualifications

·         Bachelors of Science in Engineering, Engineering Technology, or Business Administration with relevant experience.

 

Knowledge and/or Experience

 

 

 

 

 

 

·         Thorough and extensive knowledge of:

-          Project controls principles, theories, concepts and tools.


·         Minimum of fifteen (15 ) years of experience in the area of cost estimating, scheduling and project controls.

·         Minimum five (10) years experience associated with engineering, procurement and construction for Onshore Facilities.

·         Experience in Project Controls with relevant contract (Lump Sum, Unit Rate, Reimbursable).

 

Technical and Business Skills

·         Good written and verbal communication skills and Team skills.

 


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