Description
Responsible for managing contractors during the turnaround event in regards to safety, quality and schedule. Will have “area” coordinators reporting to them.


Responsibilities
• Perform work activities efficiently while continuously looking for cost-saving opportunities
• Conduct field construction activities in regards to safety, productivity, and quality on a daily basis
• Verify the safe and effective use of equipment and resources
• Verify the efficient use of labor and materials in order to meet approved project budgets
• Provide an overview of daily work activities of field construction
• Participate in detail engineering reviews
• Schedule and facilitate construction kick off meetings
• Participate in weekly project scheduling meetings
• Manage construction schedules and budgets for assigned projects
• Participate in construction team weekly meetings
• Verify timely construction updates to production representative on assigned projects
• Participate in engineering and construction contractor performance reviews
• Track performance, overtime, and providing guidance on incentives
• Participate in construction team safety meetings
• Facilitate contractor safety orientations
• Facilitate start-up reviews at job completion
• Participate or facilitate incident investigations

Qualifications
• Safety Champion – portrays a personal example of excellent safety, performance, mindset, and commitment
• Minimum of 5 years working supervisory position in maintenance, turnarounds, or projects in petrochemical or fertilizer facilities
• Knowledgeable of General Machine and Tool Safety Standards
• Knowledgeable of support skills such as electrical, pipe fitting, instrumentation, scaffolding, insulation, painting, rigging
• Proficient in reading mechanical drawings, blueprints, isometrics, P&IDs
• Ability to understand field changes and red-line drawings
• Ability to coordinate various mechanical resources according to schedule and plan
• Good teamwork and interpersonal skills
• Experienced with reading Primavera and MS Project schedules or equivalent
• Intermediate skills in MS Word, Excel, and Outlook
• Familiar with MOC process and PSSR (pre-startup safety reviews) process
• Ability to identify and mitigate/resolve hazards associated with job tasks
• Basic safety training and/or site-specific training

Safety, Health, & Environmental Duties and Expectations:
• Demonstrate the belief that accidents are preventable by including safety in assigned work activities
• Create and share personal safety plan with work group and Client
• Facilitate and participate in safety meetings
• Demonstrate understanding of and verifies compliance with safety standards, work practices, work permit requirements, and various safety systems
• Trained to safely access field areas to observe work being performed
• Trained/fit-tested on usage of SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) equipment and various respirators as needed
• Trained in use of standard PPE (hard hat, gloves, eye, and hearing protection)
• Trained to access scaffolds and ladders using fall protection PPE as needed
• Trained in Client’s permitting system and qualified to receive job permits for themselves
• Understand and comply with Client’s Drug and Alcohol Policy