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BBBH40862
Negotiable
Vancouver, British Columbia


Project Manager
Coordinate field queries (RFI, technical queries, etc.) and scope changes with PMT Site Management, PMT Engineering, PMT Project Controls and PMT Regulatory & Permitting.
Support Site Procurement/Subcontracts in the development of supporting technical or construction scope documentation for bidding, technical evaluations and contract awards. Review and verify contractor invoices related to scopes of work overseen. Provide information to PMT Project Controls in Houston, as required, for contractor cost and progress reporting/forecasts as well as change management. Support site operations, emergency response and incident management activities, as required. Provide support for the remaining early works scopes of work. Provide support for the existing electrical infrastructure as needed. Must be flexible to work split shifts, overtime and weekends as required to support maintenance and construction
schedules.
Requirements and Experience

  • A Professional Engineer (P.Eng.) with a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering or Engineering Technologist with extensive High Voltage electrical design and installation experience preferred.
  • Competent in NFPE 70E Code & Arc Flash Safety
  • Minimum of 5 -10 years' experience in the oil and gas, heavy industrial construction, engineering, and other construction-centric work.
  • Attend all required training courses and certifications related to ongoing and new works.
  • Specific training will be provided by WLNG as required in areas such as confined space, work at height, first aid and incident command, etc.
  • Willing to comply with LNGC's drug-free and harassment-free work environment and comply with all safety policies and procedures.
  • Have good organizational, computer and communication skills working in a team environment.


Additional Requirements:

  • Squamish Area resident preferred or live locally within 30 minutes-1hr drive is preferred.
  • A valid driver's licence and passport.
  • Must be comfortable with Marine type environment as site is remote and travel daily is by boat only and is approximately 7km from Squamish.
  • This role will be a combination of office site-based role.
  • The position is based at our site in Squamish, BC. There may be occasional travel to a local engineering office in the Vancouver area, the EPC contractor's office in Houston or to the Company's Vancouver Office.

About Petroplan

Petroplan is the trusted, specialist global Talent Solutions partner of choice for employers and professionals in the Energy sector. Since 1976, Petroplan has been here to help people like you make the most of the opportunities available and find the best fit for you as an individual.

Over 10,000 placements in more than 55 countries for over 550 clients across 65 disciplines.

In an industry where skilled and experienced professionals are increasingly sought after resource, we appreciate the true value of what you have to offer. What's more, we understand that different things are important to different people in today's world of work - it's about making exactly the right connections for you as an individual.

Our reputation for contractor and candidate care, understanding what makes you tick, and finding you the best match is second-to-none. We understand the industry inside-out and seek to understand YOU and your motivations in the same way. We take the time to evaluate your individual strengths, understand the most important things to you, and establish exactly what you're looking for from your next role.


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Sr Compliance Advisor

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Negotiable

Senior Compliance Engineer

Location: Calgary or Houston

Full time Permanent - Hybrid - 2 days working from home, 3 days work from the office.



What You Will Do:

Collaborate and guide with Engineering team members and Plant Managers to ensure compliance of applicable assets.

Lead all aspects of research and analysis of various compliance obligations to develop annual priorities that include tasks such as gaps analysis, potential self-reports, Regional Entity or ISO self-certification, implementation of new standards and changes to existing requirements.

Improve knowledge and expertise in the field of BES reliability compliance. Act as the primary in-house compliance specialist and a single point of contact for technical issues on reliability compliance activities.

Work with Regional Entities, Regulators and/or RTOs to ensure that all compliance related data or information requests are satisfied.

Apply and improve your technical expertise to develop electrical test plans and perform engineering assessment to demonstrate compliance with various reliability standards and requirements.

Liaise with various jurisdictions such as WECC, SERC, TRE, NPCC, IESO and AESO.

Accurately develop and present status reports and key performance indicators to communicate the state of compliance to senior management.

Who You Are:
You possess a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering (Preferred specialization: Electrical) or equivalent combination of experience and education

7 years of relevant work experience in compliance engineer.

Strong compliance and regulatory background to perform engineering assessment in-house.

Knowledge and understanding of Reliability Compliance framework in the United States and Canada.

Experience in managing, evaluating and performing compliance with Reliability Standards and Market Rules.

Experience leading NERC or Regional Entity Reliability Standards audit.

Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills

Occasional travel might be required about 5-10%


About Petroplan

Petroplan is the trusted, specialist global Talent Solutions partner of choice for employers and professionals in the Energy sector. Since 1976, Petroplan has been here to help people like you make the most of the opportunities available and find the best fit for you as an individual.

Over 10,000 placements in more than 55 countries for over 550 clients across 65 disciplines.

In an industry where skilled and experienced professionals are increasingly sought after resource, we appreciate the true value of what you have to offer. What's more, we understand that different things are important to different people in today's world of work - it's about making exactly the right connections for you as an individual.

Our reputation for contractor and candidate care, understanding what makes you tick, and finding you the best match is second-to-none. We understand the industry inside-out and seek to understand YOU and your motivations in the same way. We take the time to evaluate your individual strengths, understand the most important things to you, and establish exactly what you're looking for from your next role.

Quality Engineer

SAVE
Negotiable
Canada /

Job Title: Quality Engineer
Location: Squamish - Site

Permanent position


Project

Quality Engineer to champion its quality management program during the pre-construction and construction phases of the project. The successful candidate reports directly to Quality Manager and will play a part in supporting the company's project team through the construction phase of the project.
This position will require the individual to function with minimal supervision and be proactive in ensuring quality in all spheres. The position will require close interaction with the company's Project Management, Engineering, Procurement and Construction execution teams to ensure successful execution of the Company's Quality Management program.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Be the quality focal point for fabrication and construction site activities.
  • Manage and guide the QA/QC activities during the execution of pre-construction and construction work in a manner that achieves the project quality requirements within the Quality Standards, Cost, and Schedule targets set by the Company.
  • Ensure that all actions, works, and services undertaken by Contractors and subcontractors are in accordance with the respective Contractual Agreement.
  • Assess construction / installation work process and work product verification, (e.g. perform site QC surveillance, participate in Mechanical Completion process, and monitor specification deviations).
  • Prepare site related project quality system management documentation
  • Identify trends, assist and work with Contractor to minimize nonconformance situation.
  • Implement the Execution Assurance program at site in accordance with the project specifications and procedures
  • Monitor quality control performance, coordinate project quality metrics and reporting, and provide quality metrics as requested by Quality Manager
  • Monitor independently the construction work to ensure job compliance in accordance with project specifications.
  • Provide technical guidance to field inspection personnel as required
  • Review quality inspection personnel qualifications and training requirements
  • Monitor the progress and effectiveness of the project quality management system, propose recommendations and implement improvements
  • Conduct Quality surveillance audits during the pre-construction and construction execution phases with timely management reporting.
  • Ensure that QA/QC culture is visible across all projects at all levels.
  • Provide inputs to the collection of Lessons Learned for the project.

Required Experience:

  • Bachelor degree in engineering or equivalent with 10 years' experience in a quality management position on capital construction projects in the oil/gas industry.

Internal

  • Demonstrated experience in establishing project quality systems that meets the requirements of ISO 9001 for Quality Management Systems.
  • Experience in managing large-scale capital projects including early civil works by performing regular audits and critical inspections as and when required.
  • Ability to facilitate workshops to lead the project team through development of project quality procedures and programs.
  • Has clearly demonstrated strong Quality Assurance competence.
  • Ability to work within a culturally diverse and multi-disciplinary environment in both national and international team environments
  • Demonstrated organizational, interpersonal and teambuilding skills.
  • Expertise in Welding, NDT systems and ISO auditing is preferred.
  • Have good, computer and communication skills.

Additional Requirements:

  • Squamish Area resident preferred or live locally within 30 minutes-1hr drive is preferred.
  • A valid driver's licence and passport.
  • Must be comfortable with Marine type environment as site is remote and travel daily is by boat only and is approximately 7km from Squamish.
  • This role will be a combination of office and site-based role.
  • The position is based at our site in Squamish, BC. There may be occasional travel to a local engineering office in the Vancouver area, the EPC contractor's office in Houston or to the Company's Vancouver Office.

About Petroplan

Petroplan is the trusted, specialist global Talent Solutions partner of choice for employers and professionals in the Energy sector. Since 1976, Petroplan has been here to help people like you make the most of the opportunities available and find the best fit for you as an individual.

Over 10,000 placements in more than 55 countries for over 550 clients across 65 disciplines.

In an industry where skilled and experienced professionals are increasingly sought after resource, we appreciate the true value of what you have to offer. What's more, we understand that different things are important to different people in today's world of work - it's about making exactly the right connections for you as an individual.

Our reputation for contractor and candidate care, understanding what makes you tick, and finding you the best match is second-to-none. We understand the industry inside-out and seek to understand YOU and your motivations in the same way. We take the time to evaluate your individual strengths, understand the most important things to you, and establish exactly what you're looking for from your next role.

Financial Analyst

SAVE
Negotiable
Canada /

FINANCIAL ANALYST

Permanent Full time

Hybrid - 2 days work from home, 3 days in the office

Our clients Financial Team seeks to fill a succession position and as part of the Financial Team, this position is responsible for the execution of the company's accounting, budgetary and regulatory cycle.

Interested in this excellent opportunity? We would love to hear from you - apply today!

What You Will Do
* Collaborate in month-end activities, prepare journal entries, reconcile, analyze, explain variances and create financial reports primarily for activities related to deferred accounts and bank reconciliation
* Generate month-end and year-end reports as well as analyze accounts needed for the preparation and analysis of financial statements
* Prepare various reconciliations of accounts, more particularly bank reconciliation
* Provide data, reports, and ad hoc analysis to ensure the accuracy and reasonableness of the information provided, and present it for decision making
* Collaborate in the preparation of regulatory files
* Write accounting policy decisions, based on USGAAP
* Collaborate on interim and year-end audits
* Review financial processes and reporting as to always seek to improve efficiency
* Continue to update and develop modeling tools to meet business needs

Requirements and qualifications:
* Bachelor's degree in finance, or business administration and 0-2 years of related experience
* Professional accounting designation or in the process of obtaining is an asset
* Bilingualism required, French and English
* Excellent analytical and synthesis skills
* Strong communication skills (oral and written)
* Capability to work in a Team environment, and to work independently within tight deadlines
* Thorough and demonstrated attention to detail
* Ability to assimilate and apply complex theoretical concepts
* Excellent understanding of the Microsoft Office Suite and very strong demonstrated Excel skills
* Knowledge of Oracle and Hyperion will be considered as an asset


About Petroplan

Petroplan is the trusted, specialist global Talent Solutions partner of choice for employers and professionals in the Energy sector. Since 1976, Petroplan has been here to help people like you make the most of the opportunities available and find the best fit for you as an individual.

Over 10,000 placements in more than 55 countries for over 550 clients across 65 disciplines.

In an industry where skilled and experienced professionals are increasingly sought after resource, we appreciate the true value of what you have to offer. What's more, we understand that different things are important to different people in today's world of work - it's about making exactly the right connections for you as an individual.

Our reputation for contractor and candidate care, understanding what makes you tick, and finding you the best match is second-to-none. We understand the industry inside-out and seek to understand YOU and your motivations in the same way. We take the time to evaluate your individual strengths, understand the most important things to you, and establish exactly what you're looking for from your next role.

Environmental Specialist

SAVE
Negotiable
Canada /


Environmental Specialist
Vancouver/Squamish
Permanent

In the role of Environmental Specialist, you will be an integral part of the regulatory team responsible for implementing the overarching regulatory, permitting and environmental compliance strategy for the Project. The successful candidate will report directly to the Senior Regulatory Manager and will support the development and execution of the project post-Environmental Assessment and throughout the construction phase of the Project

Key Responsibilities:
The successful applicant:
* Lead the construction monitoring activities associated with project execution including pre-construction activities
* Collaborates with construction teams to plan activities in compliance with project permits and environmental management requirements.
* Responsible for the review of construction scopes against regulatory requirements, commitments, permit conditions, and Environmental Management Requirements
* Review and provide input into scopes of work, bid packages and contractor environmental protection plans and method statements.
* Monitor compliance to permit conditions, legal requirements and Environmental Management Requirements through data collection, records management field inspections, focused assessments and audits.
* Support execution contractor with investigations of environmental incidents.
* Participate in the site environmental sampling programs
* Works independently and in a cross-disciplinary team environment.
* Participates in the development of standards, guidelines and program execution as they relate to Environmental policies, procedures, standards
* Interacts and interfaces with contractors, consultants and Indigenous Monitors Assists the Company's activities towards its sustainability goals;
* Demonstrates a personal commitment to influence overall safety behavior and a culture of environmental compliance; demonstrates 100% compliance with company HSES policies and guidelines.

Required Experience:
* Degree in environmental science, biology, or related field of study and 8 years applicable experience. Suitable experience may also be considered in lieu of a degree.
* Knowledge of local, provincial and federal environmental regulations.
* Willingness to work safely outside on site in all weathers
* Strong and demonstrated experience implementing and comply with project permits and environmental management requirements.
* Strong organization skills, ability to manage, track and record multiple tasks and a heavy workload;
* Exceptional written and verbal communication skills;
* Expertise with a variety of computer programs (e.g. MS Office);
* Motivated and willing to take ownership of tasks;
* Energetic in pursuit of continuous improvement processes;
* Shares knowledge readily and encourages personal development;
* Available for business travel as required by company; and
* A valid BC driver's license and passport - this role will be based in our Vancouver office but will involve travel to and from Squamish, BC and Indigenous Communities.

Additional Requirements:
* Experience in marine, water, wildlife and contaminated soils management during construction phase of major project
* Previous working experience on large natural resource or infrastructure projects
* Excellent skills in project management, technical writing, construction planning and execution monitoring.
* Experience working with Indigenous Groups in BC and/or communities across Canada
* Experience in working for a project owner/operator and through construction phase;

About Petroplan

Petroplan is the trusted, specialist global Talent Solutions partner of choice for employers and professionals in the Energy sector. Since 1976, Petroplan has been here to help people like you make the most of the opportunities available and find the best fit for you as an individual.

Over 10,000 placements in more than 55 countries for over 550 clients across 65 disciplines.

In an industry where skilled and experienced professionals are increasingly sought after resource, we appreciate the true value of what you have to offer. What's more, we understand that different things are important to different people in today's world of work - it's about making exactly the right connections for you as an individual.

Our reputation for contractor and candidate care, understanding what makes you tick, and finding you the best match is second-to-none. We understand the industry inside-out and seek to understand YOU and your motivations in the same way. We take the time to evaluate your individual strengths, understand the most important things to you, and establish exactly what you're looking for from your next role.

Permitting Technical Manager

SAVE
Negotiable
Canada /


Key Responsibilities:
The successful applicant will:
Manage the stakeholder engagement and indigenous relations interface in collaboration with the BU to provide technical information in support of Project permitting and regulatory affairs.
Act as the Regulatory technical domain expert on all related biophysical (e.g. water, air, wildlife, soils, marine mammals, etc.) disciplines.
Engage with stakeholders to articulate technical details as it relates to salient Project components and processes.
Support achieving Project schedule milestones through a robust and technically grounded engagement strategy.
Manage responses for all technical Information Requests from Regulators, Stakeholders, and Indigenous groups.
Advance and execute a comprehensive framework to manage technical information related to Project permitting.
Collaborate with team members on respective overlapping domains to ensure common objectives are established and achieved.
Manage information exchange between key internal and external team members as it relates to Project permitting and regulatory deliverables.
Create regulatory and permitting process synergies through collaboration with stakeholders and Indigenous Groups on technical Project details.
Maintain accountability with internal and external team members on key deliverables to drive a performance-based culture.

Required Experience:
* Degree in social sciences, environmental studies, natural resource management, geography, or related field of study and 10 years applicable experience. Suitable experience may also be considered in lieu of a degree.
* Experience with permitting processes, land / resource management and natural resource operations including working with Federal, Provincial and Municipal regulatory agencies applicable to the Project e.g., BC Oil and Gas Commission and EAO. Internal
* Strong knowledge of Indigenous Peoples history, protocols, values and governance and working with Indigenous Peoples in Canada, preferably BC.
* Strong organization skills, ability to manage, track and record multiple tasks and a heavy workload.
* Exceptional written and verbal communication skills.
* Expertise with a variety of computer programs (e.g. MS Office).
* Motivated and willing to take ownership of tasks.
* Energetic in pursuit of continuous improvement processes.
* Shares knowledge readily and encourages personal development.
* Available for business travel as required by company.
* A valid BC driver's license and passport - this role will be based in our Vancouver office but will involve travel to and from Squamish, BC, Indigenous Communities and our contractor office in Houston, Texas.
Additional Requirements:
Ability to initiate and drive deliverables forward while working in a team setting but able to operate independently
Ability to influence outcomes while working with teams located in multiple offices in North America and Asia
Understanding of project processes and technical information including engineering and environmental information
Experience in working for a project owner/operator and through construction phase
Experience in supporting implementation of Impact Benefit Agreements and Indigenous Group Consultation

About Petroplan

Petroplan is the trusted, specialist global Talent Solutions partner of choice for employers and professionals in the Energy sector. Since 1976, Petroplan has been here to help people like you make the most of the opportunities available and find the best fit for you as an individual.

Over 10,000 placements in more than 55 countries for over 550 clients across 65 disciplines.

In an industry where skilled and experienced professionals are increasingly sought after resource, we appreciate the true value of what you have to offer. What's more, we understand that different things are important to different people in today's world of work - it's about making exactly the right connections for you as an individual.

Our reputation for contractor and candidate care, understanding what makes you tick, and finding you the best match is second-to-none. We understand the industry inside-out and seek to understand YOU and your motivations in the same way. We take the time to evaluate your individual strengths, understand the most important things to you, and establish exactly what you're looking for from your next role.

Senior Procurement Manager

SAVE
Negotiable
Canada /

Senior Manager, Project Procurement

Petroplan have recently partnered with a Canadian base metals mining company with operations and projects internationally, primarily producing copper, zinc, gold and nickel.

This position will be located in Vancouver BC, Canada initally followed by Argentina or as designated by senior owners leadership team.


Lead Owner's project procurement function for managing the procurement function, engineering/ supply chain interface, and supply chain construction interface activities within the project.
In addition, perform owner's management team oversight of the EPCM contractor supply chain.
The Senior Manager will generally be responsible for projects in the 1 billion to multi billion dollar range. Provide management advice and guidance for all phases of the project including large complex tasks, associated programs and purchase order documentation ensuring a successful project conclusion through all phases while incorporating world class safety and quality oversight and at an appropriate time and at appropriate cost.

Essential functions:

  • Responsible for managing the owner's procurement function's efforts as they relate to project safety, quality, cost, schedule and scope
  • Manage monitor and report on the work performance of the EPCM contractor for the project. Assist in implementing and maintaining cost and schedule controls for the project.
  • Support owner's team directors in all related activities in engineering, construction, controls etc.
  • Evaluate commercial portions of bid submittals, and oversee administration of orders with vendors for the provision of equipment, vendor engineering and technical support.
  • Provides guidance and counsel to the project management taems an applicable processes, practices and existing/proposed local, state and federal regulations, local procurement requirements/


Job Scope:
Develop and lead a world class owner's Procurement team which will manage the associated efforts of EPCM and consultant organisations. Nature of work: Works on extremely complex issues, implements solutions through individual efforts but may delegate more routine tasks to others.
Level of interaction: Collaborates with senior Project executives and site leaders and interacts with external colleagues, Governmental Agencies and senior client management.
Autonomy/decision making: Works under limited supervision and has significant latitude to set objectives, priorities and timelines that may affect a group or functional area within the project.
Budgetary responsibility: Contributes to budget preparation by supplying costs and recommendations. Implements and maintains necessary budgetary controls within the supply chain department.

Management scope: Managers and overseas a direct function staff of 8-10, oversees an EPCM supply chain staff of 50 plus.

Qualifications

  • Master's degree in a business or technical discipline from accredited curriculum, or in lieu of a degree having successfully completed senior leadership positions on large capital mining or similar projects
  • and ten years related experience and familiarity with processes, systems, project management, supply chain, and construction.



Skills, Certificates and/or training

  • Skill in following safety practices, and recognizing, controlling and/or eliminating hazards. Ability to build trust and credibility with employees/peers and established common goals and expectations.
  • Broad knowledge of the principles and practices of supply chain management.
  • Ability to research and analyze information of considerable difficulty and draw valid conclusions.
  • Skill in effective communication, both verbal and written, including the ability to actively listen and to adapt behavior and communication style based upon the audience.
  • Ability to develop and maintain awareness of occupational hazards and safety precautions. Skill in following safety practices, and recognizing comment controlling and/or eliminating hazards.
  • Ability to build trust and credibility with employees or peers and establish common goals and expectations.
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Demonstrated excellence in senior level corporate management skills

About Petroplan

Petroplan is the trusted, specialist global Talent Solutions partner of choice for employers and professionals in the Energy sector. Since 1976, Petroplan has been here to help people like you make the most of the opportunities available and find the best fit for you as an individual.

Over 10,000 placements in more than 55 countries for over 550 clients across 65 disciplines.

In an industry where skilled and experienced professionals are increasingly sought after resource, we appreciate the true value of what you have to offer. What's more, we understand that different things are important to different people in today's world of work - it's about making exactly the right connections for you as an individual.

Our reputation for contractor and candidate care, understanding what makes you tick, and finding you the best match is second-to-none. We understand the industry inside-out and seek to understand YOU and your motivations in the same way. We take the time to evaluate your individual strengths, understand the most important things to you, and establish exactly what you're looking for from your next role.