Senior Contracts Engineering Services – LPG

  • Type: Contract
  • Job #12845

Job title:  Senior Contracts Engineering Services – LPG
Sector: Oil & Gas
Starting date:  ASAP
Duration: 12 months
Renewable: Yes
Location: Paris, la Defense (up to 12 months) followed by the EPSCC location in Europe, Asia or Middle East (To be determined).
Status: Resident – All Candidates must be eligible to work in France

Language: English as mother tongue or Fluent in English (speaking and writing)

MISSIONS / SERVICE DIMENSIONS
To coordinate, prepare and administer the whole contracting process – for the main LPG contract – in compliance with TILENGA and Project procedures and with due respect to approved schedule and milestones

ACTIVITIES
Main accountabilities
To coordinate, prepare and administer the whole contracting process – for the main LPG contract – in compliance with TILENGA and Project procedures and with due respect to approved schedule and milestones. This includes:
• Coordination of tendering dossiers (technical Exhibits, T&Cs), of the CFTs, the participation to and administration of the clarification / negotiation phases, the evaluation of contractual and commercial proposals and the preparation, in duet with the Packages Manager, of the final Recommendations to Award
• Coordinate with the different entities in Total with/for: TGP, Legal, DARAG, Market Intelligence, etc
• Administration of the final set of contractual / commercial / technical documentation for the assigned contracts; preparation for signature of the assigned main contracts
• After award, to contractually and commercially administer the awarded Contract and liaise actively with the technical management of Contractor
• As a general manner, to administer all contractual and commercial activities related to Contract he / she is in charge of, up to close-out, in the frame and with respect to procedural obligations as per Agreements with Ugandan Authorities, Decrees and Laws in force, Partners Agreement and in strict compliance of delegation of authorities and associated Contract and Procurement procedures
• Ensure consistency & adequacy of documents such as Performance Bonds, Bank Guarantees, Invoices, Insurance certificates, Sub-contracts, Confidentiality Undertakings
Preparation of official correspondence with Contractor
General
• Assist the team in complying with Ugandan Law on aspects related to the Procurement processes
To adopt and demonstrate exemplary behaviour with regard H3SE and H3SE rules implementation
To adopt and demonstrate exemplary behaviour with regard to Ethics and project “code of conduct” policy
• To participate to meetings with partners, authorities and other stakeholders as required
• To carry out any other duties or tasks that may be required by the position

CONTEXT & ENVIRONMENT
Green Field Project, Tilenga is a remote location in UGANDA near Albert Lake with particular sensitive environmental conditions.
Huge onshore challenging project: heavy and waxy oils produced from 31 drilling pads, (with some of them located in a national park) and treated in a Production Center of 200,000bopd oil capacity and 650,000 bld of water treatment capacity.
Reservoir pressure maintenance is ensured either by water injection or by polymer water injection depending on the reservoirs characteristics. The project also includes an extended interconnecting network with temperature preservation.
Multicultural environment: Contractors are anticipated to be located in various parts of the world. Ugandan rules and regulations, administrative requirements, and technical authorizations as well as international codes for onshore plant will apply.

ACCOUNTABILITIES
To achieve the Contract Award and administration of the LPG activities fit for the purpose and in compliance with the budget, work time schedule, HSE Optimum Requirements, level of quality and Contracts documentation and applicable Laws and regulations

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
Degree qualified in Quantity Surveying, Law, Commercial or Engineering, ideally with a post-graduate qualification in a complementary discipline
Experience in similar position
15+ years’ practical, relevant and progressive experience in preparation, negotiation, monitoring of complex technical
contracts in the onshore and offshore oil or petrochemical industries. International project experience
In depth knowledge and understanding of different means of contractor remuneration and their commercial implications, practical experience of their use.

Must be eligible to work in France
Knowledge and understanding of project services and contract processes including management, amendment & close out of
contracts.
Demonstrable general knowledge & understanding of project control, commercial, legal and insurance issues affecting the Company in general.
Basic understanding of the technical domain in which the Project operates.
Good interpersonal, communication, managerial & organizational skills, capabilities to take workload & work under pressure, able to work in a multicultural environment.
Take proper actions & decisions to respect targets, including reporting to his/her manager.
Ability to adapt & to represent the Company in discussions / negotiations with Contractors.
Ability and willingness to effectively and robustly challenge the views of contractors, suppliers and internal contact, and negotiate reasonable settlements whilst maintaining good relationships and sharing expertise and knowledge as appropriate.

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