Identifying, evaluating, and resolving Contracting issues during the EPC phase of the Contract.
Review of EPC Contract Baseline.
Review of EPC Contract requirements.
Review and comment on the division of responsibilities.
Review of Key EPC Contract management documents.
Review of EPC Contract management procedures.
Ensure compliance with insurance requirements set out in the EPC Contract.
Monitors any potential incidents of loss/damage likely to lead to an insurance claim. Subsequently, correlates and reviews supporting documentation for any insurance claims resulting from accidental loss/damage to material/equipment, either upon receipt of goods or during the construction period.
Ensure EPC Contractor provides and maintains the correct Performance.
Determine any additional administrative procedural requirements.
Soliciting legal advice, when required.
Review of the Project records management system.
Checking and evaluation EPC Contract Changes; Project Variance Notices, Requests for Change, Change Orders, Amendments, etc.
Ensure comprehensive implementation of the EPC Contract Close-out procedures; Final Account, EPC Contract Closure Certificates, etc.
Ensuring EPC Contractor complies with warranty requirements.
Ensuring the EPC Contract is properly managed and administered.
Administering the EPC Contract so as to ensure the terms and conditions stated therein are fulfilled.
Managing Change by controlling the EPC Contract: scope, cost, schedule and quality of the Project through scope changes and Contract change documents e.g. Change Orders, Variations, Amendments, etc.
Managing Project risks minimizing Owners exposure to financial and legal liabilities.
Reviewing EPC Contractor reports for areas of concern and potential claims, delays, etc.
Reviewing and checking the adequacy of the Project records management system and ensuring the Owners and PMC team, together with the EPC Contractor use it to furnish a written record of the chronology of the Project execution.
Ideally a professional qualification (or working towards) in Procurement, Surveying or other relevant profession;
Knowledge & understanding of procurement processes including: ethical principles; bidder prequalification; invitation to tender; comparative evaluation of contractors; & award, management, amendment & close out of contracts;
Appropriate practical experience in preparation and negotiation of complex technical contracts;
Demonstrable general knowledge & understanding of the technologies utilised by oil and gas operators;
Demonstrable general knowledge & understanding of commercial, legal and insurance issues affecting the Company in general;
In depth knowledge & understanding of different means of contractor remuneration & their commercial implications, practical experience of their use, & sound ability to select & draft appropriate provisions;
Basic understanding of the technical domain in which the job-holder's clients operate;
General knowledge & understanding of Company's business functions, with "in depth" understanding of the Contracts function & how it adds value, and a commitment to deliver added value;
Ability & willingness to facilitate/chair any meetings required to conduct the activities of the job.