Descon Engineering Limited
Looking for 15 year plus experienced Project Manager EPC. This position is responsible to plan, execute, manage, and monitor assigned EPC- Retrofit Projects; Coordinate in finalization of MOUs & contracts with subcontractors and vendors; Manage client relationship. Must have strong understanding of the business norms of the market related to Oil & Gas.
Bachelor of Engineering Degree (Mechanical), PMP with overall about 15 years plus of experience with 7 to 10 years plus in Project Management.
Market competitive salary with benefits.
As the world's largest offshore drilling company, our client, throughout much of the oil and gas lifecycle in 120 countries, helps design, develop, and deliver technology that transforms how work is done in reservoir characterization, drilling, production, and processing. They were founded in Paris, France in 1926, with an impactful mission to create amazing technology that unlocks access to energy, for the benefit of all. With a pioneering approach and a commitment to innovation, they are determined to transform how work is done in one of the most dynamic and exciting industries. As a Field Engineer , you’ll be involved in every part of the business. From helping acquire essential data to planning long-term well development, you’ll organize, run, and report operations in the field environment and assist specialists and other Engineers with key decisions. Your training will be hands-on as you learn about the energy industry and become an expert in the various tools and services in your business line. You’ll be asked to learn a lot quickly, and you’ll be given responsibility and support to make your impact and start becoming a leader in the oil and gas business. What's in it for YOU?
An incredible role that allows you to travel and work with a leading provider of technology and services to the energy industry across the world!
Opportunity to pioneer new approaches and harness the latest advances in disciplines including AI, machine learning, IIoT, and more.
A company culture of meritocracy and belonging, where they encourage every member of the global team to share ideas, make an impact, and contribute to continuous improvement as well as their own personal growth!
Join a community of experts that work together to extend the limits of what’s possible in the industry with exceptional training, tailored approaches and career development.
Dedicated systems and an open honest dialogue to help you develop your career with potential opportunities across regions, functions and businesses!
What YOU get to DO at this innovative company:
Perform operations, operate equipment, and be accountable for team wellsite performance, by the end of your training
Manage field operations, including engineering design, maintenance, job planning, and operational reporting
Learn the well construction process and understand the role of different service companies
Support engineers and specialists on-site and help with essential duties, such as risk analysis
Effectively manage a crew and/or processes within a year
Help prepare wellsite reports and post-job debriefings
Actively contribute to continuous improvement culture—across the business!
What you NEED to SUCCEED in this challenging role:
Must have less then 3 years of experience in the field, we are looking for people ready to get their foot in the door, as this is a gateway position to be with the best in the world!
Bachelor’s degree in engineering or applied science.
A personality that is driven, committed and allows you to act with integrity to become part of one of the most multi-cultural groups of experts in any industry, anywhere.
Super motivated with a passion to work outdoors and ability to commit to a lot of travel, as training and projects will be around the world with expenses paid!
Responsible for providing construction engineering expertise and accountable for overall contractor management and coordination of construction contractors to ensure the technical integrity of multiple or large projects and to complete assigned work activities timely, within budget and in accordance with BP, HSSE, and ethical standards and in compliance with all relevant statutory requirements. Essential Education - Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Extensive & demonstrated experience of managing construction works through Optimize, Define & Execute stages using BP’s construction management practices and processes. Essential Experience and Job Requirements - Experience and track record in complex refinery projects - Experience in front end construction planning to de-risk scope discovery and execution - Experience in integrating with refinery/unit Operations and managing conflicting priorities - Strong safety leadership for both personal and process safety Desirable Criteria - Whiting Refinery experience is preferred
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