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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 and manage large 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.
• Proven ability to work effectively with offshore operations teams.
• Proven ability to integrate with and align key stakeholders such as engineering, operations, drilling, operations, regulatory, etc.
• Highly competent in the planning and execution of 'shut down' related work.
• Experienced in subsea pre-commissioning and commissioning activities.
• Experienced with vessel management and marine assurance activities related to subsea execution.
• Experience working in a technical engineering environment as well as the fabrication and installation of heavy equipment or systems.
• A strong knowledge of subsea equipment, tooling, techniques and methodologies.
• Capable of developing complex and detailed offshore execution plans, Level 4 schedules, Communication and SIMOPS plans.
• Capable of developing and writing Project Management processes and work instructions as well as demonstrate competency in using
standard project management tools.
with all levels of an organization and have proven executive level presentation skills
• 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.
• 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.
• Experienced in Risk management and mitigation for both Commercial and HSSE risks for multi-billion dollar projects.
KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• 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 project goal.
• 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 commissioning requirements.
• 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
• Review and approval of Subsea Installation analysis, methods and equipment.
• Presenting execution plans and schedules to executive level management.
• Daily management and reporting of complex offshore campaigns (i.e. multiple vessels and platforms performing simultaneous work).
QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering or related discipline
• 5-10 years of International experience
• 5-10 years of Managing Topside and Subsea Engineering and Installation Contractors
• Strong Subsea Engineering and analysis skills
• Experience with EPCI Contracts
• Experience in Shut down / Turnaround management
Applications should be addressed to:
91-92 Union Road
Deadline for submissions of Applicants -- May 13th 2016
UNSUITABLE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACKNOWLEDGED
Ministry of Labour & Small & Micro Enterprise Development, 50-4 Duke Place, Duke Street, Port of Spain) 0430035
The defending NBA champion War-
riors mounted a remarkable comeback
without Stephen Curry.
Next match, they might have him
back and really get rolling.
Klay Thompson scored 27 points and
gave Golden State its first lead of the
game on a three-pointer with 5:33 left,
helping the Warriors beat the Portland
Trail Blazers 110-99 on Tuesday night
for a 2-0 lead in their Western Con-
ference semifinal series.
It was tighter in Toronto, where
Goran Dragic scored 26 points and
Dwyane Wade had seven of his 24 in
overtime after Kyle Lowry s halfcourt
shot tied it at the buzzer, helping the
Miami Heat beat the Raptors 102-96
in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference
Lowry s improbable 3-pointer from
his own side of the halfcourt line capped
Toronto s six-point comeback in the
final 20 seconds of regulation, but the
Raptors couldn t deliver in the extra
session. Toronto went scoreless for the
first 3:46 of overtime before DeMar
DeRozan hit a jumper.
Dunks by DeMarre Carroll and Jonas
Valanciunas made it 99-96 with just
over ten seconds to play. Toronto got
the ball back after a Miami turnover
on the inbounds play, but Wade
stripped the ball from DeRozan and
sealed it with a three-point play.
The Raptors host the Heat again
today, and Warriors are in Portland on
Curry could be in uniform for that,
if he has recovered from a sprain to his
right knee. In his absence Thompson
and Draymond Green, who added 17
points, 14 rebounds, seven assists and
four blocked shots, helped Golden State
to another win.
Thompson s 3 with 6:44 remaining
tied it, igniting the sellout crowd inside
deafening Oracle Arena as the defending
champions erased an early 17-point
"We hung in there," Warriors coach
Steve Kerr said. "We turned around
what was a pretty bad game for us but
we had enough time to get back."
Damian Lillard s three to beat the
third-quarter buzzer put Portland ahead
87-76 entering the final 12 minutes ---
Golden State s largest deficit going into
the fourth all playoffs.
For most of the night, the energized
Blazers did everything the Warriors
typically do on their impenetrable home
court: making the zippy pass, setting
the tone on the defensive end, crashing
the boards, answering any threat with
a big basket. (AP)
ROME ---Too many parties and too
many extra pounds.
Vincenzo Nibali knows exactly why
he struggled so much last year, and
this year the Sicilian is determined to
return to cycling s pinnacle when he
lines up as the main attraction in the
Giro d Italia, which begins tomorrow
in the Netherlands.
Nibali s 2014 Tour de France title
made him the sixth rider to win all
three of cycling s Grand Tours --- the
others being Jacques Anquetil, Alberto
Contador, Felice Gimondi, Bernard
Hinault and Eddy Merckx.
Here are some things to know about
this year s Giro:
The 99th edition of the race opens
with three stages in the Netherlands
and a rare Friday start.
The opening leg is a flat 9.8-kilo-
meter (6-mile) individual time trial in
Apeldoorn followed by two sprint
stages before an early rest day.
The real action should start upon
the return to Italy in Stage 4, a hilly
leg beginning in the southern city of
The second individual time trial in
Stage 9 features a hilly 40-kilometre
(25-mile) route from Radda to Greve
Another key stage is the 14th leg,
which has six classified climbs on the
210-kilometre (131-mile) route through
the Dolomites from Alpago to Corvara.
After the so-called queen stage, there
are two other legs which have been
given the maximum difficulty rating
of five stars --- the 19th and the 20th.
The race ends in Turin on May 29.
At 36, Alejandro Valverde is making
his Giro debut and the Spaniard is
expected to be Nibali s top challenger
for the overall title.
In 2009, Valverde was banned for
two years by the Italian Olympic Com-
mittee (CONI) for his involvement in
the Operation Puerto blood-doping
Giro director Mauro Vegni is taking
UCI president Brian Cookson s word
that cycling s governing body has the
definitive test for mechanical doping.
The UCI maintains that its use of
a tablet device producing magnetic
resistance scans is more effective than
"flawed" heat-seeking tests, which it
says are only effective if bikes are
filmed up close by motorcycles on the
Rumours of riders using motors have
circulated for several years, and were
fueled by a French broadcaster last
month using thermal imagery. (AP)
Warriors go two
up, Heat too
much for Raptors
is guarded by
during the first
half in Game 2
of a second-
Nibali headlines Giro
amid doping concerns
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