Our client is looking for a Shutdown Coordinator for a contract position, located in Algeria.
The primary accountability of this role is the identification, coordination and monitoring of all issues which have the potential to impact the successful delivery of shutdown activities. The Shutdown Coordinator shall act as a central point for all shut-down activities and issues, defining the most appropriate shutdown contracting strategy and coordinating between all departments (Engineering, Inspection, Production, Maintenance, any project team and Contracts & Procurement) and disciplines as required to ensure safe and efficient shutdown completion within established completion targets.
Requirement to maintain close working relationships with internal and external stakeholders to ensure understanding and cooperation towards promoting interests and achieving results:
Projects and Engineering Team
Partners via TCM
Strong interface with operation departments (Plant exploitation, Technical, Maintenance) and shutdown contractors.
Monthly rotational assignment 28/28. Will be based on site at Oued Zine (Algeria). Missions and meetings in Algiers/London may also be required.
Coordinate shut-down activities to ensure successful planning and execution
Set and gain approval of the shutdown drivers, schedules and scopes of work as required
Identify and assure availability of the necessary resources from within the organisation and via existing contracts to deliver the planning and execution phases. This includes defining contractors' scope and shutdown sequence.
Ensure appropriate development and delivery of shutdown terms of reference and milestone plans
Develop and maintain a risk register, which captures all HSE and Business risks as appropriate
Develop contingency plans for all major risks
Develop support contracts as required for potential assistance during shutdowns. Identify areas of need for specialist support and associated contract requirements and ensure once identified this support is resourced to meet the requirements of the planned shutdown and the optimisation of this specialist support once mobilised.
Ensure materials and personnel are available onsite at commencement of shutdown. Maximise preparation for operation equipment and personnel availability to enable Shutdown targets to be achieved.
Work with Shutdown Planner to develop and deliver a detailed execution plan identifying sequence and priorities as well as critical path for all scopes. Ensure stakeholder alignment with plans as required
Set/agree performance metrics, to include HSE, Schedule, Work scope, Budget, Quality
Collaborate to prepare the final budget of the shutdown
Monitor/report against performance metrics and lead appropriate interventions using lessons learned
Ensure appropriate communication and consultation with all internal and external stakeholders
Assure adherence to the relevant Safety Management Systems
Host regular shutdown reviews and meetings with all stakeholders
Recommend improvements in shutdown strategies and execution
Prepare and identify necessary updates of operating procedures as required
Demonstrate visible HSE Leadership and lead from the front when contributing to Safety performance and culture
Take responsibility for health and safety within the organisation, for self and for others
Comply with health and safety regulations, instructions and rules
Be a role model and support compliance with the Life Saving Rules. Know, understand and implement the Life Saving Rules that are in place
Conduct Management Safety Walks as required
Able to identify hazards and stop work if required
Support that all accidents, incidents, near misses and safety observations are correctly reported, investigated and corrective actions identified, participating in investigations as required
Implement the consequence management procedure for direct reports if appropriate
University Degree (Bac+5) preferred - Relevant discipline
Demonstrated success in delivering large and complex projects/shutdowns
Significant industry experience in a relevant function, including experience in a supervisory position
Strong career history working on similar operated producing projects
Previous rotational and Joint Venture (JV) working environment experience preferred
Demonstrated ability to lead a team of technical staff and influence peers
Computer literate, including experience with Primavera P6 / MS Project.
Knowledge of Algeria contractors' market (relevant companies, costs, risks, etc) would be a definitive advantage
Fluency in English and either French or Arabic at minimum conversational level is required.
Agile and adaptable in the face of changing situations, flexible in mindset and doesn't over complicate
Structured thinking and ability to quickly organise complex subjects in properly defined scopes
Takes ownership and accountability, embraces the ambiguous world we operate in, makes or promote tough, well-timed and informed decisions
Works effectively, shares knowledge freely and embraces different opinions; demonstrates a team of teams mindset and does not work in silos
Is entrepreneurial, pushes boundaries and leads with conviction, is a catalyst for and supporter of change
Ambitious to deliver and driven to exceed expectations
Creativity and sense of initiative
Rigorous reasoning, strong numerical skills
Strong problem-solving capability, strong coaching capability
Strong teamwork and interpersonal skills and ability to manage relationships with stakeholders
Strong motivation, tenacity and working capacity to carry out long term objectives
Acting in compliance with Company values:
Health, Safety & Environment: Excellence in HSE is demanded and integral to everything we do.
Integrity: Commitment to ethical operations and respect to all individuals across all organisations.
Accountability: Take responsibility of actions and results, personally commit to the success of the company.
Teamwork: Only together can we grow, only in partnership can we succeed.