Senior Projects Manager - Unconventional

Saudi Arabia
05 Oct 2016
20 Nov 2016
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
Position Description
Saudi Aramco is seeking to hire a Senior Projects Manager for our expanding Unconventional Resources business line.

Minimum Requirements
the successful candidate must hold a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and have in excess of 13 years' experience in a broad spectrum of engineering work including project management. Operations supervision experience highly

This role will require the incumbent to travel extensively and this will involve extended periods away from home.

Duties and Responsibilities
The candidate will be required to :-

Performs all management functions of the Division level plus is delegated the authorities cited in the attached "Table of Delegated

Develops the Project Proposal and obtains approval.

Coordinates cost estimation, the preparation of AFE's and ER's. Assures that estimates have the required accuracy.

Coordinates subordinate personnel in controlling the value, cost and time of the project.

Coordinates the staffing of the project team which will vary over the life of the project.

Negotiates arrangements for design with an Engineering consultant. Establishes Aramco team on site at consultant's offices which may be in the U.K., Europe, or the U.S.A. or may be AOC. He remains on site during the design and material procurement phase.

Coordinates the preparation of documentation for the bidding of construction. Participates in the selection process and recommends a contractor.

Returns to Saudi Arabia and coordinates the construction, startup and commissioning of the facility.

Approves contract variations and payments within the limits of his authority, or endorses and forwards to higher authority.

Guides and directs his subordinates in the application of Aramco standards. Assures that variances from standards are minimized.

Prepares a monthly report showing the status of design, material procurement, construction, milestones, AFE commitments, payments,
charges, variances from standards, waivers and problems.

Anticipates and plans for changes in project scope, timing or costs. Prepares documentation and obtains management approval.

Presents oral reports at ARC, EAC and ExCom meetings.

Prepares a post-completion report for management critique.