Floating Offshore Wind (FOW) Pilot Project
MISSIONS / SERVICE DIMENSIONS
The Service Holder is responsible for the administration of all the contracts placed during the FEED (mainly FEED contract), the preparation and the coordination of all the call for tenders to be completed prior project FID (EPCI CFTs, Wind turbine generator CFT…).
It will carry out its work in coordination with the client.
The Service Holder will also be involved in giving contract management support for other activities within Wind program activities.
1. Administration of all the contracts placed by the two wind pilots and support RD Power Wind other contracts as required;
2. Preparation of all the documents related to CFT and contracts;
3. Define the CFT evaluation procedure and ensure it is applied;
4. Ensure that all tenders and contract activities within FOW pilots project are performed in accordance with the rules, regulations and procedures;
5. Coordinate the CFT process and participate to the evaluation;
6. Lead the prequalification process for bidder list definition;
7. Negotiate contracts and prepare RTA;
8. Assist and advise the pilots leaders in matters concerning contract administration, including preparation addendum, contract extension…
9. Assist and advise the pilots leaders in matters concerning Change Orders, Claims Dispute analysis and negotiations;
10. Liaise with the client;
11. Anticipate potential issue and report to the pilot leaders with mitigations proposals;
12. Participate to the various project regular meetings;
13. Work closely with the pilots leaders.
CONTEXT & ENVIRONMENT
Two floating offshore wind pilots has been launched by our client within the R&D Wind program:
– the TLP Pilot;
– the Semi-Submersible pilot.
These two projects are actually at a pre-project development phase and aimed a testing and qualifying floater technologies in view of future industrial floating offshore wind development.
DURATION / LOCATION
– Starting date: April 2022
– Duration: 7 months
– Renewable: 2 years if FID validated
– Location: France (Paris area)
– Status: residential
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
– Qualification: university or regional college studies within engineering, commercial or law;
– Languages: fluency in English;
– Professional Experience: minimum 10 years in the oil & gas industry or equivalent incl. an experience in EPC CFT negotiation, significant contract administration;
– Capable of handling the relevant IT tools (Ariba, Unisup, Office pack…).
Possibility to carry on in the project execution phase (EPC) requiring
geographical mobility outside France.