SPECIFIC KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACTIVITIES

  • Develop and fosters a positive HSEQ culture throughout Subsea 7
  • Apply Subsea 7 Risk and Opportunity management procedures
  • Ensure knowledge management to enable the Function to communicate across the Group to share knowledge, best practice and competence
  • Ensure Project Risk and Opportunity Management (PROM) capitalises from Lessons Learned and is performed in accordance with best practice, striving to mitigate risk, promoting safety and integrity consistently
  • Assist with the evaluation of Project Risk Requirements of the Project and assist in the develop the Project Risk and Opportunity Management (PROM) Plan in accordance with the Contract and Subsea 7 requirements
  • Follow up Risk Analysis during tendering and negotiation phase and hand it over to the project manager in case of award
  • Throughout the project, monitor and report project risk and opportunity related activities to ensure correct and effective implementation of the PROM Plan
  • Liaise with industrial and project risk community within Subsea 7 to exchange and maintain a thorough awareness of Risk and opportunity approaches within Subsea 7 group.

Role Specific - Key Responsibilities & Activities

  • Perform technical safety studies (HAZID, HAZOP, FMECA, Fault Tree Analysis,…) of subsea products and Topsides (Flare radiation study, hazardous area schedule…)
  • RAM and SIL analysis of mechanical and electrical systems of subsea products and Topsides
  • Organise risk assessment activities (kick off, brainstorming, interviews) within the Project Organisation in all project phases (Tendering, Engineering, Procurement, Fabrication, Construction and Installation)
  • Assist the Project and Tender Teams to establish and maintain the Risk and Opportunity Register (ROR) on the projects and tenders
  • Monitor Project Risk mitigation activities
  • Perform quantitative (cost and schedule) risk analysis in accordance with the Project Risk and Opportunity Management plan in order to ensure targets are achievable and that sufficient contingency is allocated.
  • Perform quantitative analysis (cost and schedule) during tender stage in order to determine the contingencies and achievable targets
  • Compare Benchmarks with current and past project in order to “feed” Risk Growth model

AUTHORITY/DIMENSIONS

  • Operate within the Business Code of Conduct
  • Operate according to Subsea 7’s Management Principles
  • For level of authority see ‘Expenditure and Authorisation Specification’

KEY RELATIONSHIPS/ STAKEHOLDERS

External

  • Clients
  • Sub-contractors and Suppliers used on project
  • Relevant Certifying Authorities and Government bodies
  • Appropriate professional bodies

Internal

  • Project managers
  • Project Teams
  • Tender Teams
  • Risk and Opportunity Manager
  • Risk and Opportunity discipline resource pool

PERSON SPECIFICATION

  • Professional qualifications – Degree qualified ideally in Risk Management. Degree in Engineering and/or Business and administration to be considered also
  • Minimum 5 years of working experience in related field and 3 years in the Subsea or offshore environment
  • Pro-active and positive to changes and challenges
  • Pro-active and open in communication with all interfacing parties
  • Subsea 7’s risk process: you have a good practice of the Technical safety tools (HAZID, HAZOP, FMECA, …) and RAMS Tools (e.g. GRIF, MAROS, TAROS, Item toolkits…).
  • Understanding of the Offshore Oil and Gas industry