Management of Change Coordinator (HSE)

NES Fircroft

Job Description

Location: Aksai 5/2

•    Legislative and other legal acts of RoK requirements regarding HSE and Process Safety;
•    Appreciation of Process Safety & Asset Integrity principles for oil & gas process facilities;
•    Upstream oil & gas production processes and operation modes;
•    Sound understanding of project management techniques, planning, controls and reporting.
•    Technical report writing;
•    Document management;
•    Effective meeting management, decision making, problem solving skills, time management and communication skills;
•    Computer literacy;
•    Fluent in English, both written and oral.
Provide mentoring, guidance on an on-going basis to all Asset Integrity staff involved with the MoC processes, coordinate and conduct roll-out MoC awareness sessions to company directorates and support the Training and Development Department in implementation of specific e-learning related with the MoC process.
Coordinate on daily basis the MoC process interacting with several Stakeholders, especially for the preparation of the MoC Control Point 2 (CP2). In specific coordinate, organise and conduct the CP2 meetings, providing guidance, advise, advise and facilitating the decision making process in order to fulfil the meeting requirements (e.g. selection of the Change Owner, etc) and Coordinate and Facilitate meetings to resolve any MoC related issues between interdepartmental stakeholders.
Coordinate the MoC processes optimisation through appropriate analysis, compliance reviews, lessons learning, benchmarking, implementation of improvements and data measurements and metrics in line with the existing principles, procedures and documentation and after coordinate and prepare the documentation associated with the updates on existing MoC procedure and eTools, and interact with the company IT&T department for the effective execution of the updating.
Ensure all Changes are being expediently progressed and the electronic MoC database is kept up to date with accurate information. Investigate reasons for any MoC cases that are not been expediently progressed and initiate any remedial actions that may be necessary coordination the recovery plan for long outstanding MoC’s within the MoC team and the other departments involved; Ensure the electronic MoC database is kept up to date with accurate information.
Ensure cumulative changes are understood and coordinated respectively. Highlight to Asset Integrity Technical Manager those process areas that have experienced a high degree of change.
Coordinate and ensure the preparation, the consistency and the issuing timely of the reportings as per BF MoC procedure, the bi-weekly MoC process safety reports and the reports on spot requested by the AIT manager and ensure that the reporting are expediently distributed with accurate and up to date information which satisfies the requirements and understanding of the Unit Managers.
Ensure the accurate and timely provision of information associated with the Asset Integrity KPI reports.
Ensure the MoC procedure is distributed, reviewed and revised as per the company Policy for Document Management. Collate all information for consideration in future revisions of the MoC Procedure.
Facilitate the constant improvement of the MoC processes by encouraging open feedback, recording comments, reviewing audit findings and reviewing actions from Lessons Learned and Arrange and facilitate regular meetings with all responsible persons for MoC to discuss Lessons Learned and improvements that could be made to the MoC process.
Provide support and information to other company Departments and Directorates / Controllership where the MoC procedure dovetails with their procedures, to ensure alignment with inter-related functions during procedure revisions. Provide an expert advice on initiated changes based on information from database regarding implementation of similar changes.

Vacancy close date: 05/08/2022

With over 90 years’ combined experience, NES Fircroft (NES) is proud to be the world’s leading engineering staffing provider spanning the Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables, Infrastructure, Life Sciences, Mining, Automotive and Chemicals sectors worldwide.With more than 100 offices in 45 countries, we are able to provide our clients with the engineering and technical expertise they need, wherever and whenever it is needed. We offer contractors far more than a traditional recruitment service, supporting with everything from securing visas and work permits, to providing market-leading benefits packages and accommodation, ensuring they are safely and compliantly able to support our clients.

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