• Contract Engineer at Intertek Moody Group

  • Posted on: 8 September, 2011 Deadline: 8 October, 2011
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  • Location: Nigeria
    Job Location - City:
    ReqId
    Lagos
    5593
       

    POSITION IN THE ORGANIZATION CHART

    Reporting to: Egina Head of Contracts and Procurement

    DIMENSIONS OF THE SERVICE

    The Project is a deep offshore development located in block OML130 in Nigeria operated by TOTAL Upstream Nigeria
    Limited. The development is located 150 km from the coast in 1550 m water depth and includes a spread
    moored FPSO of 240 POB, associated offloading calm buoy, 2 productions loops connecting six subsea
    manifold with 20 production wells and 3 injection lines connecting 20 water injection wells. A 20km gas export
    line ties in to the Akpo export pipeline to Amenam. Production is 200 kBPD of oil, 456 kBPD of water and 4.6
    Mm3/d of gas export.
    The Field Development Plan was approved in March 2009 and the FID is expected in 2011. Main activities for
    2009 and 2010 were the Basic Engineering studies in Nigeria and the preparation and tender of the main
    contracts to be awarded in mid 2011. 
    The Contract Engineer is directly responsible for the successful delivery of the Contracts assigned to his
    responsibility including the tender, award and post award management of the contracts.

    ACTIVITIES

    To provide a professional contract engineering service, the SERVICE holder must pay particular attention to
    ensure that project procedures are strictly followed so that no contention can be raised at a later date. The SERVICE holder shall also keep the project Head of Contracts and Procurement fully appraised of all
    developments that may impact the successful delivery of the Contracts he is in charge of.
    Where necessary, the SERVICE holder shall liaise with Contract Engineers responsible for other Package
    Contracts to ensure contractual interface matters are identified and appropriately managed and to assist with achieving a consistent approach across packages as far as is practicable. In addition, the SERVICE holder shall work with other functions within the Project Services Team (e.g. planning, cost control, document management, etc) to successfully deliver the Contracts. If directed to do so by the Project Head of Contracts and Procurement, the SERVICE holder shall liaise with other Nigerian and Corporate based support functions (e.g.Legal, Finance, Contracts, DARAG (insurance)).

    Pre-Contract – (up to contract award)

    The SERVICE holder is directly responsible for the contractual and administration aspects of the call for tender of the Contracts under his responsibility. In doing this, the SERVICE holder will be required to:
    • Prepare the Call for Tender documentation and specific Tender and Tender Evaluation Procedures in line
    with the Project and Company procedures;
    • Administer the tendering process to ensure the “due process” is respected and timely progress is achieved,
    including preparation and issuance of communication documentation with Tenderers, organisation of tender
    clarification meetings, organisation of tender correspondence and filing, etc
    • Liaise with the relevant Engineer in Charge on technical issues to ensure that these are adequately
    incorporated into the tender process;
    • Liaise with the Project Team members who are responsible for the relationship with NAPIMS and
    NCDMB to ensure these authorities are kept up to date with tender progress and developments, to obtain
    any necessary attendance at meetings and to obtain all necessary approvals;
    • Validate Tenderer compliance with Bid Bond, Bank Statements, Insurance and Parent Company Guarantee
    requirements and the like;
    • Evaluate contractual proposals and assist in evaluation of technical and commercial proposals where
    applicable;
    • Assist in the preparation of the Technical Recommendation Report and the Recommendation to Award;
    • Prepare final contract documents and obtain signatures for execution of the contract;
    • Close out the Pre-contract phase (e.g. notification of unsuccessful Tenderers, storage of tender
    documentation and correspondence, etc).

    Post-Contract – (from contract award to contract close-out)

    The SERVICE holder is directly responsible for ensuring the Contracts under his responsibility are executed in accordance with the agreed contractual terms and conditions and that Company interest is protected at all times. In doing this, the SERVICE holder will be required to:
    • Provide advice to the Company representative on contractual issues, and prepare / validate all contractual
    correspondence;
    • Analyse requests for change orders, and prepare / validate change order documents where appropriate;
    • Ensure all contractual certificates, guarantees, bonds and insurances required under the Contract are in
    place and in the due time;
    • Prepare certificates to be issued to Contractor by Company in accordance with the contract;
    • Coordinate the processing of Contractor’s monthly applications for payment, and verifying invoice
    submissions;
    • Liaise with the Project Team members who are responsible for the relationship with NAPIMS and
    NCDMB to ensure all necessary approvals are obtained for change orders where appropriate;
    • Prepare contract closeout documentation in line with Company procedures.

    Contracts Database
    The SERVICE holder is responsible for maintaining a database which tracks existence and the evolution of the
    contract, change orders, certificates, approvals and the like during the life of the project for the Contracts underhis responsibility.

    SAP Contractual Data
    The SERVICE holder is responsible for the maintenance of all contractual data necessary to be recorded in SAPfor establishing commitments, their follow up and invoice payment for the Contracts under his responsibility.

    CONTEXT AND ENVIRONEMENT

    Nigerian context (Nigerian content, Nigerian laws, Authorities involvement in the “due process”, use of NipeX) has to be taken into account.
    Interface and contractual relationships with other teams to be accounted for and managed appropriately.

    NECESSARY PROFILE

    Contracts experience (10 years minimum) of EPSC and related Contracts in the Oil & Gas industry within a
    client organisation.
    Good team spirit and open communication skills.
    Well organised, diligent and proactive

    METHOD OF APPLICATION

    Follow link and apply: http://tbe.taleo.net/NA8/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=MOODYINT&cws=1&rid=5593

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