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Contracts Manager
Negotiable
Oman
06 February 2020


Scope description

  • Facilitates all contract-management life-cycles.
  • Prepare the procurement/contract strategy, relevant plans, and procedures to support the business.
  • Bid package preparation, issue and expediting.
  • Participate in the dispute resolution of significant issues and recommend settlement to management.
  • Develop subcontractor packages and contracts to support the project work
  • Any relevant educational qualification, preferably in Engineering, Procurement or Business Administration and Management.
  • Good analytical, supervisory, communication and negotiation skills and able to work independently.
  • Proficient in the use of computing facilities and common software (MS Word, Excel etc).
  • Capable of resolving conflicting matters.
  • Good working knowledge of the industry and the suppliers and subcontracts that support the work.

ABOUT PETROPLAN

Petroplan is the trusted global recruitment solutions partner for clients and professionals in the oil, gas and energy sector. Our mission is to explore with you, seeking optimum talent solutions for our clients and the very best opportunities for our candidates.

Bringing over 40 years' experience, providing experts and professionals into roles across the energy sector from Engineering, Exploration and Production, O&M projects to Corporate & Commercial. Specialist industry & technical knowledge makes our team true experts.

1000s of placements in more than 40 countries for over 180 clients across 65 disciplines

Led today by a predominantly female Board of Directors who provide strong leadership and demand consistency of service to ensure clients receive unrivalled service levels and quality candidates to meet their specific needs. This leadership ethos is underpinned by a positive and client led management structure.

Contracts Advisor
Negotiable
Saudi Arabia
30 January 2020

Your primary role will be to support Unconventional Resources in all contractual issues. You will ensure contractor compliance with terms and conditions of contracts; prepare, review and monitor contract actions in SAP; work in coordination with Contracting and Law Departments when necessary and participate in the process of agreements' amendments, claims.

You will also ensure that Unconventional Resources requirements are incorporated for common categories managed by the Supply Chain. You will coordinate with category managers in the organization on activities relating to demand management and supplier relationship management.


Minimum Requirements

  • As the successful candidate you will have a Bachelor's degree in engineering, business administration or equivalent level of education. Advanced degree is desirable. A procurement certification is desirable.
  • You will have a minimum of seven years' experience in the oil and gas industry, including at least two years in Contracts/Subcontract Management or Cost Estimation.
  • You must have an in-depth knowledge of contract terms and conditions for contractor compliance.
  • You will have experience working in a matrix environment and on cross-functional teams.
  • A knowledge in SAP or equivalent system is a must.
  • You will have extensive Major Capital Project Contracting Development and Management experience with higher level degree.
  • You will also have a thorough understanding of unconventional resource operations, technologies, related services, supply and product logistics, business drivers, cost drivers, and contract procurement.
  • You should have a working knowledge of unconventional resource markets and dynamics. In addition, you will have a detailed understanding of unconventional resource services, materials, customer applications and requirements.


Duties & Responsibilities

You will be required to perform the following:

  • Ensure Unconventional Resource requirements are incorporated during the development of category strategies and plans by the Category Managers.
  • Work with different entities to procure Long Form Agreements and/or Amendments for oilfield services and drilling rigs.
  • Work with different entities to procure Short and/or Mid Form Agreements for oilfield services.
  • Work with others members of the Unconventional Resource Teams, others Divisions and Departments, to prepare financial studies that establish technical and financial for contract service and evaluation of alternatives.
  • Prepare company Estimates or work with the Company estimating functions in the preparation of the estimates.
  • Participate in procurement negotiations.
  • Assist with the development of contracting strategies and plans, undertake market analysis and bid document preparation, issue bids, manage supplier clarifications, assist in evaluation and negotiation activities, and prepare and coordinate contract documentation for award.
  • Assist in contract mobilizations, and undertake administration and management of a range of project contracts, including [Engineering, Procurement & Construction Management (EPC/EPCI/EPCM) contracts, Upstream, Unconventional Resources related services such as Drilling, Completions, Stimulation (Frac), Cementing, Directional Drilling, Wireline (LWD/MWD)], and preparation and administration of all smaller third party contracts.


Establish and maintain interfaces with key stakeholders of the project

ABOUT PETROPLAN

Petroplan is the trusted global recruitment solutions partner for clients and professionals in the oil, gas and energy sector. Our mission is to explore with you, seeking optimum talent solutions for our clients and the very best opportunities for our candidates.

Bringing over 40 years' experience, providing experts and professionals into roles across the energy sector from Engineering, Exploration and Production, O&M projects to Corporate & Commercial. Specialist industry & technical knowledge makes our team true experts.

1000s of placements in more than 40 countries for over 180 clients across 65 disciplines

Led today by a predominantly female Board of Directors who provide strong leadership and demand consistency of service to ensure clients receive unrivalled service levels and quality candidates to meet their specific needs. This leadership ethos is underpinned by a positive and client led management structure.

Supply Chain Category Manager
Negotiable
Saudi Arabia
30 January 2020

Supply Chain Category Manager
We are seeking a Supply Chain Category Manager with experience of either Drilling Fluids, Rigs &/or Artificial List or Drilling & Completions to join our UR Supply Chain function.

Your primary role will be to implement the category management methodologies to support the UR operation. Through this role, you will play a central part in the development of category/sub-category demand forecasts, supply market analyses, and category management strategies. You will be responsible for implementing these strategies to maximize the total life cycle value obtained from the categories. In addition, you will lead supplier relationship management activities.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Participate in the development of demand forecasts and identify implications of such forecasts.
  • In coordination with the conventional Materials Supply category management organization you will develop category management strategies for drilling and completions categories and sub-categories, considering both the internal UR requirements and supply market conditions, to maximize the total life cycle value delivered to UR business users. You will develop category workbooks and procurement strategies to be implemented over the next ten years and present these strategies to key stakeholders and management. You will also ensure that category strategies comply with legal requirements and company policies, value assurance frameworks and business principles.
  • Prioritize strategic sourcing activities for the categories/sub-categories, and lead the execution of these activities (implementing the category strategies), including supply market engagement, preparation of RFP/RFX, evaluation of responses, negotiations, and development of strategic agreements.
  • Develop segmented supplier relationship engagement models for suppliers, monitor supplier/category performance, and engage with suppliers to improve performance.
  • Build and maintain effective relationships with major contractors and suppliers at top management level, leveraging such relationships with relevant markets to provide current and insightful market intelligence.
  • Coordinate with UR business users, technical proponents, and other UR Supply Chain functions (such as tactical procurement and materials management) to ensure that the maximum value is obtained from the categories.
  • Coordinate with category managers in the conventional Materials Supply organization, to ensure alignment of category strategies at the corporate level and a unified approach to market for strategic categories while utilizing your extensive knowledge and experience to ensure that UR implements a cost-efficient and effective category management function.


Minimum Requirements

  • As the successful candidate you will hold a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Business Administration, or a closely related field and a Masters would be desirable.
  • You will have a minimum of 10 years of progressive field-based experience in the oil and gas industry with deep and extensive knowledge of either drilling fluids category management and commodities or drilling and completions category management and commodities.
  • You will have experience working within unconventional resources and possess sound knowledge hydraulic fracking and understanding of Drilling Fluids, coring, mud logging, etc.
  • You will also have knowledge of JD Edwards and SAP systems.

ABOUT PETROPLAN

Petroplan is the trusted global recruitment solutions partner for clients and professionals in the oil, gas and energy sector. Our mission is to explore with you, seeking optimum talent solutions for our clients and the very best opportunities for our candidates.

Bringing over 40 years' experience, providing experts and professionals into roles across the energy sector from Engineering, Exploration and Production, O&M projects to Corporate & Commercial. Specialist industry & technical knowledge makes our team true experts.

1000s of placements in more than 40 countries for over 180 clients across 65 disciplines

Led today by a predominantly female Board of Directors who provide strong leadership and demand consistency of service to ensure clients receive unrivalled service levels and quality candidates to meet their specific needs. This leadership ethos is underpinned by a positive and client led management structure.

Contracts Advisor
Negotiable
London, London
24 January 2020

Strategic Sourcing:

  • Execute the strategic sourcing of defined products or services within the Drilling and Measurements Sector;
  • Prepare Strategy & Bid List (SBL) for approval by relevant Governance Boards
  • Prepare all necessary RFP and Contract documentation for issue through Ariba OneSource (ROO instance);
  • Apply appropriate local contracting templates and work with
  • Technical stakeholders to define and develop scopes of work
  • and evaluation criteria;
  • Actively manage tender process including all bidderclarifications and communications through to contract award.
  • Prepare Recommendation for Award (RFA) for approval by relevant governance board(s) and ensure timely execution and implementation of resulting actions and award endorsements;

Contract and Supplier Management:

  • Undertake contract administration activities including Call Off issuance, support invoice queries and any dispute resolution as may be required
  • Deliver robust cost management and minimise business risk through ensuring rigorous contract management controls. Monitor spend report data to ensure spend is within contract sanction value.
  • Support supplier performance management against established
  • Support HSE or other investigations from time to time as required
  • Support cost reduction activities through negotiation and/or retendering activities, including development of contractor engagement plans and negotiation strategies

Essential education

  • University degree or equivalent
  • MCIPS or equivalent professional qualification

Essential experience and job requirements

  • Strong understanding and experience of implementing the principles of Category Management.
  • Track record of successful delivery in complex, challenging international upstream environments.
  • Analytical abilities including marketplace and financial analysis as needed for category management
  • Strong Ms Word, Excel skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively with suppliers and internal clients

ABOUT PETROPLAN

Petroplan is the trusted global recruitment solutions partner for clients and professionals in the oil, gas and energy sector. Our mission is to explore with you, seeking optimum talent solutions for our clients and the very best opportunities for our candidates.

Bringing over 40 years' experience, providing experts and professionals into roles across the energy sector from Engineering, Exploration and Production, O&M projects to Corporate & Commercial. Specialist industry & technical knowledge makes our team true experts.

1000s of placements in more than 40 countries for over 180 clients across 65 disciplines

Led today by a predominantly female Board of Directors who provide strong leadership and demand consistency of service to ensure clients receive unrivalled service levels and quality candidates to meet their specific needs. This leadership ethos is underpinned by a positive and client led management structure.

Contracts Manager
Negotiable
15 January 2020


Scope description:

  • Facilitates all contract-management life-cycles
  • Assure fulfillment of all contractual obligations by the respective contractors
  • Assurance of establishing and fulfillment of appropriate change management procedures
  • Raising the issues of risks, problems and obscurities. Supporting the clearance and or solution


Activities:

  • Assist ADM/PM with the development of the contracting plan
  • Ensure input from contract & discipline specialists & contract owners during contract development
  • Facilitate and support the development of ITB-s and Contracts.
  • Provide oversight and guidance to the engineering contractors on all contracting matters of the respective project(s)
  • Supervise and provide guidance to Contract Administrators and Assistants
  • Establish any necessary project specific contract development and administration procedures
  • Assure coordination and standardization of contracting approach/terms throughout the
  • projects of a program
  • Participate in the dispute resolution of significant issues and recommend settlement to management
  • Central collection of all changes raised by contractors during their respective projects
  • Obtain the necessary statements of the project team members and related discipline specialists regarding changes
  • Facilitate the assessment of the entitlement of the change with respect to the contractual basis
  • Facilitate the assessment of the entitlement of the change with respect to financial aspects
  • Summary statement and recommendation for the negotiation strategy
  • Identify potential problematic contracts and advise the respective Project Teams
  • Checking of contractual economic risks with respect to liabilities and guarantees
  • Regular reporting of contract and change control activities status to Program Management

ABOUT PETROPLAN

Petroplan is the trusted global recruitment solutions partner for clients and professionals in the oil, gas and energy sector. Our mission is to explore with you, seeking optimum talent solutions for our clients and the very best opportunities for our candidates.

Bringing over 40 years' experience, providing experts and professionals into roles across the energy sector from Engineering, Exploration and Production, O&M projects to Corporate & Commercial. Specialist industry & technical knowledge makes our team true experts.

1000s of placements in more than 40 countries for over 180 clients across 65 disciplines

Led today by a predominantly female Board of Directors who provide strong leadership and demand consistency of service to ensure clients receive unrivalled service levels and quality candidates to meet their specific needs. This leadership ethos is underpinned by a positive and client led management structure.

Cost Analyst
Negotiable
Surmont
23 December 2019


Role Overview

The Cost Analyst (CA) is accountable for providing cost control, analysis and management for the plant Shutdown at the Surmont SAGD facility. The position reports functionally to the Project Services Manager and is assigned to work within the Shutdown Management Team (SMT) at site. All duties will be performed in accordance with COP HSE policies and SPIRIT values.

The CA will utilize his/her expert knowledge of cost control functions related to the monitoring, tracking and forecasting Shutdown costs and budgets. The functions include analyzing and verifying the various contractors' cost reports against actual LEMS and baseline budgets, cash flows, manpower plans, histograms, and various quantity and progress curves. The CA will provide reporting to SMT of committed, incurred, invoiced and forecast cost evaluations.

This position interacts and coordinates between multiple stakeholders, including but not limited to Operations, Maintenance, Asset Integrity, Finance, Engineering, Construction Management, Project Management, Project Controls, Contracts Administration, Procurement, Expediting, Transportation, and Logistics.

The successful candidate will be a subject matter expert in using SAP for cost management and must have a proven track record of working on all phases of large scale, complex Oil & Gas facility shutdowns.

Responsibilities
? Monitor, update, control and forecast committed, incurred and invoiced costs. ? Track actual costs in SAP. ? Update and submit daily incurred cost reports. ? Prepare reconciliations, weekly and monthly reports, trends, forecast at completion estimates, variance analysis, manpower profiles, cash flows and project completion reports. ? Review and evaluate contractors' estimates and change requests and participate in change management and risk management reviews. ? Review contractor progress reports, manpower plans, and installed quantities/completed activities to ensure alignment with incurred and forecast cost analysis. ? Assist the Shutdown team in forecasting spend for accrual purposes. ? Validate and release all invoices related to site activities in a timely and efficient manner. ? Assist Finance in the creation and processing of journal entries.
? Work closely with cost estimating, planning/scheduling, risk management and functional leaders to develop integrated cost reports. ? Provide cost input to Shutdown benchmarking and provide related metrics such as rates of progress and manpower densities. ? Maintain document trail to facilitate internal audits of internal control systems. ? Prepare cost management sections of Shutdown documents and support the cost analysis of contractor bids. ? Support the Shutdown close-out process, as required. ? Other duties as required and directed by the Project Services Manager and the Shutdown Managers/Supervisors.

Mandatory Qualifications
? Degree or Technical Certificate, or equivalent work experience. ? Strong hands-on experience with Owner/Operator accounting practices and principles. ? Minimum 7 years oil and gas industry experience in a Cost Control/Cost analyst role. ? Minimum 5 years of site-based cost management experience. ? Minimum 3 years of site-based Shutdown cost management experience. ? Proficient in the use of SAP and MS Office suite. ? Legally authorized to work in Canada on a regular full-time basis without restrictions.

Knowledge, Skills, and Other Requirements
? Ability to work in a fast-paced team environment and meet tight deadlines. ? Strong technical, interpersonal and team working skills. ? Demonstrated analytical skills. ? High level of accuracy and attention to detail. ? Able to handle multiple tasks and efficiently prioritize work to meet deadlines.

Additional Information ? This role is camp-based at the Surmont Oilsands site. ? The work schedule will be 14 days on - 12 hours per day / 14 days off. ? The work schedule could be adjusted to 16 days on - 12 hours per day / 12 days off during the Shutdown execution. ? Due to the criticality of the Shutdown execution, other shift plans might be implemented to ensure proper support is provided.

ABOUT PETROPLAN

Petroplan is a global organisation which specialises in connecting skilled professionals with exceptional contract and permanent career opportunities throughout the oil, gas and energy industry. This has been our focus since Petroplan was formed in 1976.

Our aim isn't to be the largest industry recruitment specialist but rather the best. As such, our recruitment services, contractor management and specialised support is tailored to meet the individual needs of candidates, contractors and clients. Petroplan's local offices across Europe, the Middle East, North America, Asia-Pacific, Africa and Australasia support projects in over forty countries. Our client portfolio includes multi-national corporations, together with niche organisations focusing on a specialist discipline or location.

For more information on how Petroplan can help you, please feel free to visit our About Us page here; https://www.petroplan.com/about/

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