The Position is for an Interface Engineer with oil & gas experience to join the programme interface team. However, candidates outside of the oil and gas industry with a good engineering background and a willingness to learn will also be considered. |
Roles & Responsibilities
It would be advantageous to have experience in working with offshore oil and gas projects and awareness of project planning and control together with delivery. Technical awareness in the areas of offshore engineering such as subsea systems and equipment, pipeline & layout engineering, topsides systems, supply chain management, fabrication planning, testing and offshore construction/commissioning activities would be useful.
- To work under the direction of the Interface manager
- Monitoring of various contractors and project management team (PMT) input/output to the web based interface management system (PIMS)
- Expediting of data transfer to ensure timely completion
- Preparation of reports to PMT indicating interface status
- Organise and chair regular interface meetings between contractors to facilitate successful communications
- Attendance at regular internal PMT interface meetings to facilitate successful communications
- Identification and monitoring of key/critical interface issues between contractors and PMT
- Co-ordination with other interface engineers
Candidate needs to be self motivated, systematic and prepared to work closely with people from varying and differing backgrounds – essentially a proven good communicator and team player. The essence of the role is to engage with people and facilitate the close out of activities and issues raised through the various interfaces.
Any Other Information
Please click the apply button, and upload your CV and including a letter explaining why you wish to join J P Kenny and how you will add value to the Company.
Your application must state clearly whether or not you already have the right to work in the UK.
Your CV will be reviewed and if appropriate circulated to relevant Managers who will review it further. They may then ask for more information, request an interview or return as unsuitable.
This process can take up to three weeks so do not expect a response sooner. If nothing is heard within four weeks it generally means that your application is not currently of interest.
However we will make efforts to reply to every application even if it is to say no.
Please note that your CV will be put onto our database and if a suitable vacancy arises in the future, we will be in contact.
J P Kenny - 22 months ago