Job Responsibilities


  • Provide safety leadership at all execution locations
  • Responsible for site safety, quality, cost and schedule


  • Lead development of construction execution philosophy and construction execution plans
  • Experience with construction planning and the early engineering phase, including interfacing with Engineering, Procurement, and Project Controls disciplines
  • Provide constructability input and guidance to engineering teams
  • Manage construction related interfaces/interactions with contractors and other company functional groups (e.g. engineering, systems completions, installation, etc.)
  • Provide construction contractor oversight and support
  • Resolve routine construction site issues; break down barriers to progress
  • Report progress, performance, initiatives, and issues to Site or Project Manager
  • Ensure contractor is implementing and maintaining effective interfaces with other contractors on the project as well as with and between sub-contractors
  • Ensure Quality Plan and requirements are in place and followed
  • Ensure work is completed safely, on schedule and on budget
  • Actively participate in Key Risk Assessments, Construction Readiness Reviews and/or Independent Project Reviews

General Interest:

  • Actively participate in lessons learnt review and development of close out reports
  • Accountable for competency and career development of direct reports including providing input to appraisal process for assigned site personnel

Job Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (e.g. Civil, Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical) from a recognized university with GPA 7.0 and above
  • Minimum seven years of construction experience in the Oil and Gas and/or Petro-Chemical industries
  • Work experience in reviewing, understanding and planning work using construction metrics such as construction schedules, progress reports, craft manpower analysis, material availability, etc.
  • Strong understanding of typical construction site and fabrication yard performance variables
  • Competent skill level in one or more discipline area (Civil, Mechanical, Instrument/Controls, Piping, etc.)
  • Competent skill levels in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
  • Able to articulate technical issues to a non-technical audience
  • Good command of English both written and spoken
  • Ability to clearly and concisely convey recommendations to management / leadership
  • Ability and willingness to take extended international business trips