Interface and Risk LeadPosted 32 days ago
The Interface and Risk Lead will be responsible for the supervision and coordination of all activities related to both Interface Management and Risks Management, i.e.: responsible for the definition, development, implementation, and maintenance of an adequate Interface Management System and of an adequate Risk Management System.
This includes the development of Interface / Risk Management policies, plans, procedures and requirements for the project, their implementation by Project teams and by Contractors and the control of their implementation and close-out all along the course of the Project.
The reports handled by the Interface and Risk Lead will ensure / handle, as required, the communication of the project with the Partners on all matters related to Interface and Risk
Main Tasks (Interfaces)
- To define, maintain, and implement (or ensure implementation of) Interface Management policies, plans, procedures, and requirements for Project, and ensure of the associated organization and means.
- To identify or have identified all interfaces resulting from interconnection with the grid and future onshore facilities and make sure the corresponding split of responsibilities is covered in the scope definition of each project stakeholders.
- To identify or have identified all interfaces resulting from the split of work packages and make sure the corresponding split of responsibilities is covered at contract preparation stage and after contract award, as necessary.
- To identify and report to VP Project Delivery any issue/conflict including schedule between the different Contractors for further arbitration.
- To organize, control and follow up the implementation of the interface process with the different Package Interface Correspondents in order to timely get all deliverables issued by corresponding contractors and have all interfaces duly and timely closed out.
- To assist the Technical Director in the management of the critical technical interfaces topics.
Interfaces Additional Tasks (Contractors)
- To organise weekly and/or monthly coordination meetings with Package Interface Correspondents and corresponding Contractor’s Interface Managers as and when appropriate.
- To ensure through Package Interface Correspond0ents that Contractors provide proper reporting of the progress of their interfaces activities.
- To ensure timely identification of potential interface problems (organisation of regular Project Interface Meetings / Workshops).
- To establish a continuous follow-up of the construction and testing of Contractor/Company items, and ensure of their timely delivery and handover to the Interfacing party.
Main Tasks (Risk Management)
- To define, maintain, and implement (or ensure implementation of) Risk Management policies, plans, procedures and requirements for the Project, and ensure of the associated organization and means.
- To perform periodic Risk assessments and update the Risk Register accordingly, with identified Risks, criticality and associated mitigation actions.
- To advise / undertake / follow-up all necessary (defined) mitigation actions with the continuous objective to reduce or cancel risks to the Project.
Risk Management Additional Tasks (Contractors)
- To check the Risk Management process established by Contractors in order to get a timely identification of their Risks and associated mitigation actions.
- This role has been created for the team to achieve critical project milestones in accordance with approved budgets, with full transparency in cost forecasts and spend status.
- The project is expected to be developed in two phases, and the position will support both phases and the coordinated reporting of the overall development.
- The Interface and Risks will lead on delivering and managing a complete management plan for both interfaces and risks, that encompass all the stakeholders of the project. The incumbent will have a proactive role in the follow up of the critical interfaces and the definition of the mitigations for the project risks.
Qualifications / Experience
- Engineering Degree with at least 10 years’ relevant professional experience
- At least a first experience in the offshore sector with experience working in a comparable role
- Excellent organisation skills with the ability to manage own workload, meet timescales and coordinate a number of external and internal stakeholders
- Excellent communication skills, with the ability to enable effective discussion and transfer of information between, contractors, team members and other stakeholders
- Fluent in English (written and spoken);
- The technical skills to understand complex offshore operations and the ability to exchange with and understand subject matter experts
- Ability to work as a member of a large, multidisciplinary and international team;
- Ability to use Microsoft Office
- Ability to create and communicate complex technical information concisely and clearly.
Salary Range: $190,000 = $210,000 per annum