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Title: Project Manager, (deputy Project Director)

Reference to: Project Director

Key responsibilities:
  • Report any critical matters to PD and CR
  • Act as the extended arm of the PD
  • Maintain a good relationship to the local team
  • Daily management of the project team
  • Planning of demand and vacations etc.
  • Request for hiring and manpower look ahead
  • Weekly reporting on progress.
  • Weekly customer meetings and follow up
  • Weekly safety walks
  • Overall evaluation of on site progress (Taipei site)
  • Daily contact to customers staff on site.
  • Stand in for project managers and site managers on short term notice as required.
  • Initiate immediate corrective actions as required. (production, QA or HSE)
  • For Expats: Quarterly evaluation of performance of project teammembers and provide feedback in order to improve or change behavior.
  • Management of the Test on Completion activities and hand over to customer on site.
Decision authority:
  • Undertake discipline actions as required and report to Pd or CR.
  • Close out open items as progressed during meetings and reports.
  • Stop the work in case of unsafe behavior.
  • Stop the work in case of work performed in conflict with the Scope of works.
  • Raise NCRs as required.
Competences / Qualifications:
  • Technical / practical background with knowledge of welding and steel industry
  • Technical knowledge and experience from offshore Wind or Oil and Gas
  • Several years’ experience within project and site management
  • Experienced in Project related business
  • Experienced in result-oriented work and working to deadlines
  • Experience with budget management
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good communication abilities
  • The ability to manage many tasks at the same time
  • Fluent English (verbal and writing)
  • Preferable experience with FIDIC-type contracts
Typical tasks:

Operational:

  • Daily Manager, be present and on time
  • Show good practice
  • Take over tasks in case of illness etc.
  • Be prepared to take the task as Site Manager on night shifts if required ( this is however not expected)
  • Solve outstanding issues and take on the required tasks
  • Take part in discussions on site and assist in any case needed.
  • Listen to the customers representatives and aim to deliver on their requests.
  • Host the weekly meeting and follow up on open tasks.
  • Perform the walk down of the complete jackets and arrange the inspections for the Test and Completion activities and associated close out of snagging.

Management:

  • Management of the project team.

Back up:

  • People management → Project Director (PD- or CR)
  • Technical items → Design Manager
  • Local staff and any local matters → Contractor Representative (CR)
  • Daily operation → Fabrication Manager

Fabrication managers tasks:

  • provide the required manpower
  • provide space, equipment and consumables
  • back up and sparing for the Site manager

Title: Site Manager, Production

Reference to: CBF, Production Manager

Key responsibilities:
  • Management of the Fabrication site related to a complete jacket or a part of the jacket module
  • Daily management of the fabrication team
  • Make the decisions required in order to deliver the product on time and in accordance to the QHSSE procedures.
  • Take the leading role in implementing a QHSSE culture on site
  • Participate in hiring and setting up the fabrication site team
  • The project is executed according to CWP QHSE system and according to project specific specifications
  • Ensure the projects specific documents such as, but not limited to, PQP, PEP, ITP, RAMS etc. according to applicable rules and regulations within CWP are followed
    Participate in the completion of HSSE and QA documents during project execution
    Raise NCRs and close NCRs within the fabrication process.
  • Implement any deviations required
  • Ensure that Check lists and dimensional control reports are delivered on time
    Communicate the progress of the fabrication in meetings and as part of reporting internal and external
  • Conduct risk asssesments and mitigation plans in cooperation with the Project Manager and fab rication manager
  • Ensure that the fabrication set up is utilized in the most feasible and cost efficient manor.
Decision authority:
  • Must make sure all needed resources internally, including replacement of resources if needed and agreed with the Project Manager
  • Procurement and negotiations are done according to the contract. Make agreements and contracts including variation orders and approval these within the budget, thogether with the Project Manager
  • Must negotiate project changes within scope, time, budget and quality with the Project manager hereafter inform the Project Director
  • Can required project activities in order to facilitate progress when agreed with the Project Manager
Competences / Qualifications:
  • Technical / practical background with knowledge of welding and steel industry
  • Technical knowledge and experience from offshore Wind or Oil and Gas
  • Several years’ experience within project and site management
  • Experienced in Project related business
  • Experienced in result-oriented work and working to deadlines
  • Experience with budget management
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good communication abilities
  • The ability to manage many tasks at the same time
  • Fluent English (verbal and writing)
  • Preferable experience with FIDIC-type contracts
Typical tasks:

Operational:

  • Overall securement of technical issues (subcontractors)
  • Develop the required procedures for the fabrication.
  • Collect the As- built documentation as required for the fabrication.
  • Reporting internally
  • Management of the fabrication site team
  • Review contracts together with the Project manager and participate in negation and handling with sub-contractors when needed
  • Site general follow up
  • Handling all VOR/VO, together with the Project manager
  • Handling all TQ and NCR, together with the Project manager
  • Communication and information to the project organization
  • Follow up Project Time schedule
  • Project meetings with site team
  • Project meetings with Project management team
  • Project meetings with the fabricator
  • Liaison with other departments
  • Overall QA/QC requirements are followed
  • Overall HSE requirements are followed
  • Overall documentation requirements are followed and reviewed
  • Load out if required
  • Handover and Close out of projects

Management:

  • Management of the Fabrication site and team

Back up:

  • People management → Project Director
  • Technical items → Project Manager
  • Daily operation → Fabrication Manager

Fabrication managers tasks:

  • provide the required manpower
  • provide space, equipment and consumables
  • back up and sparing for the Site manager

Title: Yard Manager, (Fabrication Manager)

Reference to: CBF, Project Director and CWP, CEO

Key responsibilities:
  • Management of the Fabrication of all parts related to the complete jackets.
  • Daily management of the Fabrication management team inclusive all workers on site.
  • Ensure that each Site Manager being responsible for each segment of the jacket production are supplied with all man power, materials and equipment.
  • Make the overall decisions required in order to deliver the product on time and in accordance to the QHSSE procedures.
  • Take the leading role in implementing a QHSSE culture on the entire site.In cooperation with HR responsible for hiring and setting up the fabrication site team
  • The project is executed according to CWP QHSE system and according to project specific specifications
  • Ensure the projects specific documents such as, but not limited to, PQP, PEP, ITP, RAMS etc. according to applicable rules and regulations within CWP are followed
  • Ensure that each Site Manager shall raise NCRs and close NCRs within the fabrication process.
  • Ensure that any deviation is implemented as required.
  • Proof reading check lists and dimensional control reports.
  • Communicate the progress of the fabrication in meetings and as part of reporting internal and external and take part in customer meeting when required.
  • Follow up on risk asssesments and mitigation plans established by each Site Manager.
  • Ensure that the fabrication set up is utilized in the most feasible and cost efficient manor and that lessons learned are shared immediately on site.
Decision authority:
  • Must make sure all needed resources are available internally, including replacement of resources if needed and agreed with the Project Director or CWP, CEO
  • Procurement and negotiations are done according to the contract. Make agreements and contracts including variation orders and approval these within the budget, thogether with the Purchase Manager.
  • Execute project changes within scope, time, budget and quality.
  • Take the required action in case of neglect in Quality of the works or Safety of the work force.
Competences / Qualifications:
  • Technical / practical background with knowledge of welding and steel industry
  • Technical knowledge and experience from offshore Wind or Oil and Gas
  • Several years’ experience within project and site management
  • Experience from people management.
  • Experienced in Project related business
  • Experienced in result-oriented work and working to deadlines
  • Experience with budget management
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good communication abilities
  • The ability to manage many tasks at the same time
  • Fluent English (verbal and writing)
  • Preferable experience with FIDIC-type contracts
Typical tasks:

Operational:

  • Overall securement of technical issues (subcontractors)
  • Ensure the develop the required procedures for the fabrication.
  • Ensure that all As- built documentation is timely and correct as required for the fabrication.
  • Reporting internally
  • Management of the fabrication and management team
  • Site general follow up on day to day tasks
  • Handling all VOR/VO, together with the Project manager
  • Handling all TQ and NCR, together with the Project manager
  • Communication and information to the fabrication organization
  • Follow up Project Time schedule and report progress.
  • Project meetings with site team
  • Project meetings with Project management team
  • Project meetings with the fabrication team from customer
  • Liaison with other departments
  • Overall QA/QC requirements are followed
  • Overall HSE requirements are followed
  • Daily safety walks
  • Overall documentation requirements are followed and reviewed
  • Handover and Close out of production.
  • Consider improvements

Management:

  • People management → Project Director
  • Technical items → Project Manager
  • Daily operation → Project Director
  • Work force and safety → CWP, CEO
  • Deliveries of equipment and materials → CWP, CEO
  • Production improvements → Head of engineering

Title: Quality Manager, Production

Reference to: CBF, Project Quality Manager

Key responsibilities:
  • Management of the Quality Assurance related to the requirements in the supply Contract.
  • Make the decisions required in order to execute the Quality Management system
  • Take the leading role in implementing a QHSSE culture.
  • Participate in audits and execute relevant findings
  • Ensure that the QA system is maintained and introduce improvements when required.
  • Ensure the projects specific documents such as, but not limited to, PQP, PEP, ITP, RAMS etc. according to applicable rules and regulations within CWP are followed
  • Undertake the completion QA documents during project execution
  • Raise NCRs and close NCRs within the fabrication process supported by the owners of progress.
  • Implement any deviations required.
  • Ensure that Procedures, Instructions and Check lists are described in such way that users will adapt to the system.
  • Communicate with Customer and other external entities as is needed.
  • Conduct risk assessments and mitigation plans in cooperation with the Project Manager and fabrication manager
  • Follow up and ensure that As- built docs are completed in time.
Decision authority:
  • Undertake the required amendments to the quality documents as required from time to time without compromising the QA system .
Competences / Qualifications:
  • Technical / practical background preferably within wind or heavy steel industry.
  • Basic knowledge about the manufacturing of heavy steel structures.
  • Preferably several years’ experience within quality management
  • Experienced in Project related business
  • Experienced in result-oriented work and working to deadlines
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good communication abilities
  • The ability to manage many tasks at the same time
  • Fluent English (verbal and writing)
Typical tasks:

Operational:

  • Develop quality documents
  • Participate in meetings and organize the support as needed.
  • Collect the As- built documentation as required for the fabrication.
  • Reporting internally and provide input to external reports
  • Management of procedures.
  • Review contracts together with the Project manager and highlight quality obligations.
  • Handling all NCRs, together with the Project manager
  • Communication and information to the project organization
  • Follow up on As-built documentation
  • Follow up on sub suppliers.
  • Project meetings with site team
  • Project meetings with Project management team
  • Project meetings with the sub suppliers
  • Liaison with other departments

Management:

  • Management of the Quality obligations

Backup:

  • Quality Assurances → Project Quality Manager
  • Technical items → Project Manager
  • Daily operation → Fabrication Manager

Title: Structural engineer

Reference to: CBF, Engineering Manager

Key responsibilities:
  • Undertake the design of a number of tasks related to the requirements in the supply Contract.
  • Manage the process of defining and running the FEM calculations related to secondary structures.
  • Take part in FEED whenever required.
  • Document control and DWG- revision control.
  • Undertake and manage Workshop Drawings.
  • Raise TQs as required and close the matter from time to time.
  • Implement any deviations required in the design.
  • Ensure that Procedures, Instructions and Check lists are maintained within the design team.
  • Communicate with Customers designers.
  • Conduct design risk asssesments and mitigation plans in cooperation with the Fabrication Manager and Site managers.
  • Follow up and ensure that As- built drawings are completed in time.
Decision authority:
  • Undertake the required amendments to the design documents as required from time to time without compromising the QA system.
Competences / Qualifications:
  • Technical / practical background preferably within wind or heavy steel industry.
  • Basic knowledge about the manufacturing of heavy steel structures.
  • Preferably several years’ experience within design management
  • Preferable experienced within FEM or other structural analysis.
  • Preferable experienced within design of heavy lifting equipment.
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good communication abilities
  • The ability to manage many tasks at the same time
  • Fluent English (verbal and writing)
Typical tasks:

Operational:

  • Head up the design review process.
  • Develop design procedures.
  • Participate or chair meetings and organize the support as needed.
  • Reporting internally and provide input to external reports
  • Design change management..
  • Review contracts together with the Project manager and highlight design obligations.
  • Handling all Design-NCRs, together with the Project manager
  • Communication and information to the project organization
  • Follow up on external designers (sub contractors)
  • Design meetings with Project management team
  • Design meetings with the Employers designers.
  • Liaison with other departments

Management:

  • Management of the design process

Backup:

  • Design and engineering → Head of Engineering
  • Project matters → Project Manager

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