Act as Host Subsea Company Representative towards Host Operator
Act as focal point and provide technical expertise for all aspects related to Subsea Construction/ Marine Operations activities under the Contract
Act as Company Representative of the MWS Contract
Coordinate interaction of Subsea incorporation into topside modification/Host organization regarding work scope and plans
Support clarifications of technical interfaces and timely close-out between Host Company and Subsea stakeholders.
Monitor progress of relevant Subsea scope, critical activities and relevant preparations on platform.
Manage the PSC subsea construction/ marine operations activities under the PSC Contract and contribute to maintaining a detailed offshore schedule
Support the Marine Assurance process for the PSC Contract and coordinate towards Marine and relevant Host Operator representatives.
Bring up potential technical/ engineering matters that might have influence outside of own scope of supply to the relevant interfacing engineering team.
Review design deliverables and ensure functionalities and constructability
Handle TQs/NCRs/Management of Change within own scope for subsea construction/ marine operations and keep track of all approvals such that it will not jeopardize the functionality, safety and integrity of deliverables during installation.
Undertake a review of previous lessons learned, and the incorporation of relevant lessons learned into subsea construction/marine operations.
Contribute to Design Reviews, HAZIDs and HAZOPs and other HSEQ-related. reviews/workshops.
Identify and follow up relevant risks, opportunities and mitigating actions.
Prepare input to technical and progress reports to support flow of key information to management to assist in decision making.
Ensure that all relevant installation and commissioning of subsea equipment is performed in accordance with project standards and functional specifications.
Follow up interfaces between own defined responsibility area and all other project areas.
Assist with the development of operating manuals and ensure that the manuals related to subsea equipment are delivered within time and with the expected quality.
Technical and personal skills
Hold a MSc degree in relevant engineering discipline such as marine/subsea or mechanical/structural; Alternatively, a BSc degree compensated by enhanced Subsea/SURF experience.
Minimum 10 years of relevant experience from Subsea/SURF projects, preferably from similar seniority level and similar type of tie-back project(s).
Track record in Subsea/SURF projects of both front-end design aspects as well as subsea construction/marine operations experience in a multi-disciplinary environment.
Extensive knowledge and competence within own discipline and thorough understanding of the subsea/SURF business area and the latest market developments.
Be familiar with typical design codes relevant to engineering, design, construction and installation within the Subsea/SURF business area.
Have detailed understanding of all aspects of a subsea tie-back to an existing Host platform.
Overall experience with field developments on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Good communicator, internally and externally, both orally and written.
Good interpersonal skills enabling team work.
Strong strategic planning abilities together with skills for day to day planning, execution and follow up.
Ability to establish priorities and maintain a balance between short- and long-term activities.
Proactively seeking advice from others and share own experiences with the group.
Proactive and structured mind set, ensuring systematic approach for relevant project deliverables in the Execute phase (DG3 – DG4)