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SUBSEA INSTALLATION PROJECT LEAD
The incumbent is required to lead, direct and support the Project Team and
Subsea Delivery Team on the installation of the Subsea project.
• Proven ability to work effectively with project teams and contractors.
• Ability to successfully lead and motivate others in a highly matrix international environment to
accomplish business objectives with strong interpersonal and leadership skills.
• Experience working in a technical engineering environment as well as the manufacturing processes
of heavy equipment or systems.
• Proven financial estimating, budgeting and Profit & Loss experience in managing multi-million dollar
• Ability to improve processes and get others' buy-in as a business change agent and to work across
diverse personalities, agendas and management levels across organizations to achieve project goals.
• Capable of developing and writing Project Management processes and work instructions as well as
demonstrate competency in using standard project management tools.
• Strong oral and written communication skills with the ability to write clear project specifications, give
clear instructions, communicate with all levels of an organization and have proven executive level
• Proven analytical, problem solving and organizational skills and the ability to apply advanced aspects
of the engineering and quality assurance concepts to solve practical business problems.
Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities
• Manages contracts, contractors and resources overall including all aspects of interface management
-- resolve conflicts, disputes and disagreements in an efficient manner in accordance with good
industrial relations practice.
• Implement effective change management techniques and manages change and change order
• Leads in installation team integration and team alignment with all parties/groups associated with proj
• Determines the risks to delivery and ensures adequate risk mitigation or elimination contingency plans
• Provides leadership in addressing Safety objectives (No Harm/No Damage)
• Establish quality assurance plan for project's construction and fabrication requirements
• Oversees and ensure that construction activities are fully aligned with pre-commissioning and
• Manages vessel activities, campaigns and priorities while interfacing within the project and other projects.
• Ensures activities are in compliance with Operating Management System.
• Interfaces with Project Team, Marine, Fabrication, Quality, Engineering and the Area
(asset)/Production to ensure alignment and communication for the scope of work
• Manages the provision of needed materials over project's timeline and provides assurance of
required procurement procedures implementation.
Qualification and Experience
• Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering or related discipline
• 8-10 years of Lead Project Engineering for large multidiscipline Oil and Gas Projects
• 5-10 years of International experience
• Strong Subsea Engineering and analysis skills
Applications should be addressed to:
91-92 Union Road
Deadline for submissions of Applicants -- February 19th 2016
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED 0128052
Beleave in our time-handicap for
the Maiden Stakes over a mile of Ling-
field polytrack today, even though this
naughty girl has blotted her copybook
since making an auspicious debut on
the Surrey course forty-five days ago.
This Luke Dace-trained Avonbridge
filly finished fourth to Auntinet, beaten
six lengths, which represented quite a
feat because 100/1 shot Beleave blew
the start and was way behind in the
Slowly but surely the penny dropped
field to be near-
est finish in a
race. Plenty will
a useful effort
and so this cer-
tainly isn t a
case of knowing
no one else
note-books but that proved an anti-
climax when, despite several attempts,
Beleave simply wouldn t enter the start-
Since then a successful private trial,
under the watchful eye of a BHA offi-
cial, has been staged.
Stamina is unlikely to be an issue
and though 68-rated Pickpocket can t
be completely discounted others can
and Beleave is advantaged with a 5lbs
fillies allowance. What beats her will
Good to soft (good in places) was
the forecast for Doncaster jumps fixture
which runs in tandem with soft Chel-
tenham and it s a long time since we ve
seen proper ground winter conditions.
Willie Mullins has noticed and ships a
few testers from Ireland which is sig-
We reckon that Mullins machines
have been imperious due to being able
to cope with
faces and that it
might not be
the case for the
March when I ll
don my laying
weeks ahead, in
eyball has found
on Town Moor
Waugh to com-
plete a four-
timer in the grade two Mares Hurdle
over two miles and looks a cracking
each-way bet even with only two
Prestbury Park stages a Triumph
Hurdle Trial over two miles (on the
classic course!) and few will want to
oppose unbeaten, Paul Nicholls-trained,
Clan Des Obeaux, but there is a neg-
ative, Sam Twiston-Davies!
Wayne Hutchinson suffered a foot
injury at Doncaster on the eve of hav-
ing two important rides on Festival
Trials Day at Cheltenham.
He will have to pass the doctor to
be able to partner Who Dares Wins in
the JCB Triumph Hurdle Trial and Hen-
nessy Gold Cup winner Smad Place in
the BetBright Trial Chase, both for
trainer Alan King.
The stable jockey to the Barbury Cas-
tle handler took a tumble from The
Tourad Man at the second fence in the
Sky Bet Novices Chase at the South
"He s got a foot injury and has a red
entry. He wants to go home," said clerk
of the course Roderick Duncan.
Hutchinson missed a winning ride
for the King yard on Big Chief Benny
in the Sky Bet Thanks Jen Noble Maiden
Hurdle with Denis O Regan taking over.
Under: (Last Saturday)
10.30 am 22-36
6.30 pm 2-10
PICK TWO SELECTIONS
Times played this year
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
02 OLD LADY
04DEADMAN 0 0 1 0
05PARSONMAN 0 1 2 1
15SICKWOMAN 1 0 1 1
18WATERBOAT0 3 2 1
10.30am 1pm 4pm 6.30pmTotal
27LITTLESNAKE0 0 3 0 3
28 RED FISH
29OPIUMMAN 0 0 1 3
30HOUSECAT 3 0 1 1
31 PARSONWIFE 1 0 0 0
LAST DRAW: FRIDAY
WHEN DE MARK BUSS Play Whe results to Friday, January 29, 2016
6.30 pm 4
11 (Corbeau) 6.30 pm
17 6.30 pm
4 (Dead Man) 4 pm
31 (Parson Wife) 10.30 am
18 (Water Boat)
18 (Water Boat) 1 pm TODAY'S STAR BETS
4 (Dead man)
34 (Blind Man)
8.40 WHO DARES WINS;
10.05 LILY WAUGH;
10.50 BELEAVE (nap);
Hutchinson to face doctor
We ve been unimpressed with him for several weeks
and therefore intend chancing runaway Kempton
winnner, Who Dares wins, also unbeaten over hurdles.
This is the time for NH racing and I ve missed it!
Beleave will try again
Connections of Djakadam hope the Gold Cup
runner-up is still improving ahead of his run in the
BetBright Trial Chase at Cheltenham today.
After getting turned over at Punchestown following
his brave Cheltenham run last spring, there were
questions to be answered on his reappearance over
two-and-a-half miles in the John Durkan Chase in
But he was sparkling in brushing aside some top-
class rivals and this has been the plan since.
With Willie Mullins farming big races in England
this season, everything appears to be in his favour.
Owner Rich Ricci s racing manager Joe Chambers
said: "He looked very good in the John Durkan.
"That was his first run back and he had questions
to answer whether or not a tough end to last season
had left a mark or not.
"There were no signs it had, though, as he showed
plenty of pace, travelled well and jumped super. It
was nice to see him do that.
"We saw this as a good chance to take him back
to Cheltenham with a view to March. All the practice
you can get is a good thing.
"We weren t surprised with how much speed he
showed in the Durkan as he had won plenty over
shorter trips---so much so that we were confident
enough to run him in the JLT as a novice."
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