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BBBH40052
Negotiable
Calgary Region, Alberta


Warehouse Operator
Responsible for operation of the packaging machine. Supports blend operation to package and move totes, drums and pails to shipping. Ensure products are not contaminated by packaging process.
Safety promote and support goal zero initiatives, TPM and follow all safety life critical policies and manufacturing procedures. This position must follow walk the line, double checks to ensure process safety requirements are met.


Maintains an electronic database, enters and retrieves information, writes queries to produce special reports

Prepares correspondence, graphs, charts and reports using various software

Provides factual information concerning department policies and procedures to staff and other departments

Files correspondence and records

Duplicates reports, documents and related materials

Orders and receives supplies and maintains inventory

Monitors department budgets and prepares monthly updates

1. SAP print labels for packages

2. Conduct risk assessments, 5S inspections, start up, shutdown forms

3. fill containers using packaging machine

4. Seal package with torque wrench (bungs), caps,

5. label packages based on WHMIS/TDG requirements

6. Take samples from packages for QC testing

7. Inventory of consumables -drums, totes, pails, caps, bungs

8. Connect/disconnect hoses, flush lines with water, methanol, xylene



High school diploma or equivalent
WHMIS, TDG, respiratory safety, respiratory survey, PPE training, Forklift certification
Warehouse

Attention to detail, forklift, basic computer skills,

Medium work - Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects.

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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Project Construction Manager

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Negotiable
Canada /


Project Construction Manager
Location: Squamish
Type: Permanent


Position
Our client is seeking a Project Construction Manager candidate reporting to the Project Director, to manage construction activities from detailed engineering through mechanical completion and handover to Operations for commissioning. The EPC phase is expected to be 4 to 5 years. The selected individual will be part of the Owner's team (PMT).
This senior level position requires previous experience in managing construction for large capital projects in the oil & gas industry, in all phases of project execution.

Key Responsibilities:
* Overall responsibility for safe on-time completion of construction and associated facilities for the project
* Provide leadership and supervise the Owner's construction team located in Houston, Site and Contractor's yards, as required
* Provide input into the overall construction execution strategy including contracting strategy and project execution, as the project develops or changes
* Responsible for construction oversight of primary EPC contractors and other contractors working on the project with the support of the Owner's construction team
* Develop and manage Owner's construction execution plan; provide input into other Project and Contractor plans and procedures
* Coordinate with Owner's Regulatory & Permitting group to provide input for permitting applications, consultations and site permits required to execute site construction; ensure company meets applicable oil and gas industry as well as Canadian safety, regulatory, environmental and quality standards and codes for compliance during the construction phase
* Participate in engineering, supplier and contractor reviews, workshops and audits to ensure safe, cost-effective constructability of the facilities
* Ensure QA/QC and equipment/materials preservation during construction
* Manage construction scopes of work, safety, quality, risk management, change management as well as cost and schedule for forecasting to deliver the project within budget and schedule
* Provide construction reports and presentations
* Prepare the Final Project Construction Closeout and Handover Report
* Support the delivery and handover of plant and facilities to Operations, including "as-built" input to key documents, drawings and systems, as required

Required Experience:
* Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Construction Management
* 10 years of direct supervisory experience managing large teams
* 20 years of construction management experience in major capital projects in the oil and gas industry; Onshore and Offshore project experience is preferred; LNG project execution experience is a plus

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.

Site Operations Engineer

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Negotiable
Canada /
  1. Site Operations Engineer to join their Lloydminster Operations Process Engineering team.
    Work schedule will be 40 hours a week, however as there is travel required at least two days a week and due to the nature of the role, additional hours may be required as needed and directed by the workload and team needs.
    The term of this role is 6 months with a possibility of extension, with an ultimate progression into a full-time employee role for the right individual.
    The Site Operations Engineer will:
    * Provide field level process engineering support to Operations and other stakeholders within Thermal and Conventional Heavy Oil.
    * Apply engineering theory and problem-solving skills to resolve safety/environmental/integrity concerns, optimize facility performance, and scope/identify opportunities that reduce OPEX or add business value.

    The roles and responsibilities of this Site Operations Engineer will be:
    * Support and collaborate with Operations to:
    o Resolve operational process / equipment issues (analyze and troubleshoot process issues, recommend ideas and solutions).
    o Verify process changes, validate process function, and perform equipment sizing / rating by creating and updating process simulations models and/or completing engineering calculations / analysis.
    o Identify facility bottlenecks, process improvements, and OPEX reduction opportunities; scope and frame to resolve.
    o Support safety, environmental, and integrity concerns; scope and frame to resolve.
    o Complete or support work intake for process engineering investigations and process, management of change requests.
    o Complete process release calculations to support process safety event incident investigations.
    * Provide process engineering representation and support for Operational risk assessments, Project / MOC PHA, revalidation HAZOPs, and other related evaluations (eg. Alarm , Rationalization).
    * Define, implement, monitor, and sustain facility Safe Operating Limits.
    * Support integrated production planning by identifying and managing facility constraints.
    * Support facility outages by quantifying outage production impacts, supporting operational risk assessments, completing process engineering calculations / modelling, and supporting found work resolution.
    * Complete performance monitoring on facility process and equipment; collaborate to drive business performance and operational efficiency.
    * Execute process engineering investigations and small MOCs (ex. set-points changes, chemical changes).
    * Interface with Facilities Engineering to support process engineering requirements for front end scoping and execution of engineering investigations and MOCs (process engineering support for facility changes).
    * Coordinate process trials (PTRs) (eg. chemical trials, process optimization).
    * Interface with capital project teams as needed, support up front scoping and integration/consideration of operating conditions.
    * Support the Enhanced Production Audit Program (annual measurement schematic review, engineering estimates, monthly or quarterly gas sample verification, audits).
    * Complete data gathering / trending to support business needs.
    * Complete and support engineering work in alignment with the Client's professional practice management plan.
    * Support the continuous improvement of business processes and documentation.

    This Site Operations Engineer will possess:
    * Solid understanding of upstream process and equipment.
    * Solid understanding of engineering principles and strong analytical problem-solving skills.
    * Ability to work closely with operations, maintenance, and other engineering teams to achieve goals.
    * Able to manage and prioritize competing demands in a fast paced, operational front-line work environment.
    * Able to listen effectively and understand different points of view.
    * Possess effective written and verbal communication skills.

    Qualification for this role will be:
    * Must be registered with APEGA / APEGS as a P. Eng.
    * Chemical, Petroleum, Mechanical Engineering degree
    * 10 years of industry experience ideally working with both Owner/Operators and within an EPC/EPCM organization
    * Proficient with process simulation tools (HYSYS, Unisim)
    * Previous experience in an operational, process engineering role is an asset
    * Previous process engineering design experience is an asset
    * Driver's license is required
    * H2S Alive/ confined spaces entry 1
    * Gas Detection

    Site: SK-Lloydminster

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

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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.

Project Manager

SAVE
Negotiable
Canada /


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.

Project Engineer - Electrical

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Negotiable
Canada /


Job Title: Project Engineer - Electrical
Location: LNG Site, Squamish, B.C. - Vancouver Office
Project
The LNG Project is located approximately 7 km west-southwest of Squamish, British Columbia. It involves the construction and operation of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) export facility on the previous Woodfibre pulp mill site, which would have a storage capacity of 250,000 m3 and would produce approximately 2.1 million tons per year of LNG.

Position
Seeking a Project Engineer - Electrical to lead and manage the design, procurement and installation/commissioning of the Temporary Construction Power System at the LNG site. There also will be an ongoing need to support other components of the early works program. The successful candidate reports directly to Preconstruction Works Project Manager and will play an essential part in supporting the company's engineering and senior management team through the construction phase of the project.
Responsibilities

  • Ensuring safety compliance to WLNG's Occupational Health and Safety programs; promote a true HSE culture leading by example and actively participating in all aspects of supporting the development of safe work plans, JHA, reporting, corrective actions, etc., as required.
  • Ensure compliance to WLNG's Environmental Management Plans and contractor meets permit requirements set forth by stakeholders, environmental agencies and district of Squamish.
  • Support QA/QC requirements and work with PMT Quality Management.
  • Manage day-to-day activities of engineering consultant, scope assigned to contractor or as assigned by PCW

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.

Director TIS Team

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Negotiable
Canada /


Director for our team in TIS!

Job Description:

As a senior member of the Technology & Information Services leadership team, this position provides strategic program leadership and oversight of our Liquids SCADA Replacement Program: the complex conceptualization, design, procurement, build, test, and transition to operations of the SCADA systems for Liquids Pipelines and the other business units that Pipeline Control Systems and Leak Detections (PCSLD) supports.

This role is accountable for integration, coordination, planning and management of the major programs and projects required to achieve this business transformation.

If you have acquired skills in this area, apply now!

What You Will Do:
This position will lead all aspects of the transition of the existing SCADA systems for our existing pipelines and accountable for the implementation on new pipelines, transformation strategies for our applications that will be reused moving forward for our workforce.

Leads the strategic, technical and business intelligence of the area and:

Aides in the development of the strategic direction and vision as a member of the senior liquids team (SMT) and provides input into the development and implementation of the PCSLD vision. Apply deep knowledge of the enterprise service, operations and stakeholder vision for IT Business transformation.

Provides strategic senior leadership for the SCADA Replacement Program by ensuring that goals and objectives are translated into detailed operational Key Performance Indicators that coordinate the activities of the department. This will be achieved through consultation with numerous collaborators in the articulation of needs and creation of rationale, cost, risk, benefits, etc.

Conceptualizes, leads and implements the strategic multi-year program and initiatives focused on using the selected vendors offerings, the strength of certain purchased or internally developed software applications to deliver a reliable and efficient platform for the control and monitoring of all liquids pipelines facilities and related systems.

Provides operational leadership by:

leading the integration of PCSLD business processes, systems, applications and software for the LP business as a result of the SCADA Replacement Program

manage the creation of service level agreements, build training and resource plans, lead change, conduct performance monitoring, develop disaster recovery plans, etc.

Provides vendor management leadership by:

Defining and implementing an effective vendor resourcing strategy to augment the team and mitigate program risk and ensure successful delivery of program

Support vendor RFP and evaluation process including input on key contractual terms and continued management against the SOW

Provides people leadership by:

resourcing/coaching/mentoring/motivating program and project teams

being responsible for the resourcing, assignment and evaluation of all assigned internal resources to ensure the quality, cost efficiency, and timeliness of work associated with their assigned responsibilities.

Who You Are:
You possess a University degree in a related field, e.g., MBA, Computer Science, Engineering or equivalent

Relevant industry certification, e.g., Program Management, technical certifications or equivalent combination of experience and education

15 years of progressively responsible and related experience, e.g., Information or Operations Technology processes and business management through mergers and acquisitions

Extensive experience in a leadership position and leading technical implementation

Demonstrable experience as overall program leader for at least 1 large scale SCADA implementation for midstream or equivalent industry

Outstanding experience leading large vendor / systems integrator teams

Experience with AVEVA Enterprise SCADA or other enterprise grade commercial SCADA systems preferred.

Proficiency in communications related to leading and acting independently

Flex Work Clause
Client provides competitive workplace programs that differentiate us and offer flexibility to our team members. Client's FlexWork (Hybrid Work Model) offers eligible employees the opportunity to work variable daily schedules with a flexible start and end time, to opt for a compressed workweek schedule, and the option to work from home on Wednesdays and Fridays. Role requirements determine your eligibility for each option or combination of options.

#LI-Hybrid

Physical Requirements include but are not limited to:
Grasping, kneeling, light - moderate lifting (objects up to 45 pounds), reaching above shoulder, repetitive motion, sitting, standing, visual requirement (able to see screens, detect color coding, read fine print), hearing requirement.

Mental Requirements include but are not limited to:
Ability to: understand, remember and apply oral and/or written instructions or other information, understand sophisticated problems and collaborate/explore alternative solutions, organize thoughts and ideas into understandable terminology, coordinate and prioritize work schedule on a short-term basis, make decisions which have moderate impact on the immediate work unit and monitor impact outside this area, understand and follow basic instructions and guidelines, complete routine forms, compose letters, outlines, memoranda and basic reports and connect with individuals via telephone.

Diversity and inclusion are important to us. Client is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. We are committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified individuals, without regard to age, race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, family status, veteran status, Indigenous/Native American status, or disability. Applicants with disabilities can request accessible formats, communication supports, or other accessibility assistance by contacting

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.

Deputy Project Director - Onshore

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Up to US$100000 per annum


Deputy Project Director - Onshore Reporting to the Project Director, to manage key areas of the project post-FID through handover to Operations. The EPC phase is expected to last 5 to 6 years.
The position is based in Squamish, BC with travel to EPC contractor's office in Houston and other locations, as required, to support project execution for meetings, workshops, audits, etc.
Key responsibilities:
The position responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Managing all aspects of project execution in Canada, primarily at site, including HSSE, Quality, Project Services, Procurement, Subcontracts, Regulatory & Permitting, Interface Management, Early Works, Site Construction, Logistics, Pipeline Oversight and Commissioning Support for handover to Operation
  • Supervise local PMT team with members located both in the WLNG Vancouver office and at site
  • Manage EPC Contractor and other local contractors as well as subcontractors onsite
  • Develop and implement key Canadian site specific project plans and procedures to support the overall project execution aligned with core project plans and procedures
  • Coordinate with WLNG BU, core PMT, Regulatory Bodies, Indigenous Groups and local contractors in the development, submission and approval of all Canadian Federal, Provincial and Local permits to support the project execution strategy
  • Ensure areas of responsibility meet all company, oil and gas industry as well as all Canadian codes and standards for safety, regulatory, environmental and quality compliance
  • Accountable for managing scopes of work, procurement, subcontracts, logistics, interfaces, cost, schedule, risk management and change management in Canada as well as forecasting to deliver the project within budget and schedule for areas of responsibility
  • Provide accurate reporting in a timely manner
  • Prepare all documentation for handover of the LNG Facilities to Operations for Commissioning and Startup as well as support Operations during Startup
  • Build strong relationships with Regulatory Agencies, Indigenous Groups, FortisBC and BC Hydro and Local Contractors to support project execution
  • Prepare final project closeout report for areas of responsibility


Required Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering or Construction Management
  • 20 years of project experience in major capital projects in the oil and gas industry in various execution phase key roles in project management, engineering, construction and commissioning management
  • 10 years of major capital project experience in Canada, primarily in British Columbia is preferred
  • LNG project and Marine Facilities project experience is preferred
  • Has strong knowledge/experience in field construction and commissioning of LNG, gas compression and gas processing facilities is preferred
  • Has practical working knowledge/experience in HSSE, Quality, Contracts, Project Controls (Cost and Planning), Procurement, Materials Management and Logistics
  • At least 15 years of direct supervisory experience managing large teams
  • Worked on $1.0 Billion EPC projects
  • Able to balance technical decision making with commercial considerations to protect the project goals, objectives, cost and schedule
  • Team player with proven management and leadership skills
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to build relationships quickly in multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural, and multi-company environments

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.