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Lead Planner/Scheduler

New Orleans

Cost Control & Procurement

Other

6-9 Years

Manages and oversees scheduling function within project controls functional area for moderate to high-risk capital engineering and construction projects. Responsible for project planning and scheduling, monitoring, progress measurement, risk management and reporting. Manages planning team members reporting to the Project Controls Manager. Participates in establishing operating policies to mitigate risk. Provides guidance and consultation for project team members. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Duties: Guide and direct resolution of project difficulties and complex project control issues. Strong analytical skills required to review all project controls information and ensure accuracy as well as identify issues, concerns, and potential mitigations Interact with the Project Management team and corporate team in the development of the project schedule and participate in regular project meetings. Gather information, conduct analysis, and prepare reports and presentations of information to communicate potential issues and concerns as needed on the project. Integrate multiple schedules into a master project schedule. Identify, determine, and communicate design changes, scope changes, schedule slippages and potential impacts and participate in the identification of mitigations. Ensure trends of cost and schedule are identified, well documented and ensure the change management process is followed and communicate and suggest corrective actions Coordinate with cross functional team in project setting, ensure project controls team members are interfacing with engineering, procurement, contracts and construction on concepts and relationships to the scope of work. Manage project baseline process for schedule and participate in progress measurement as well as forecasting of final schedule throughout the project. Ensure all planning is conducted in accordance with company standards and procedures and that schedule version control processes, policies, and procedures are followed. Analyze critical path and constraints to determine effect of changes to schedule and recommend mitigations and potential workarounds Participate in risk management; this includes identification, documentation, mitigation and tracking of potential risks on the project. In addition, determine potential schedule/progress impacts of potential risks as they are identified Mentor and lead other project planner/scheduling members, ensure project planning team is staffed appropriately, conduct regular staff performance reviews, and manage any staffing issues that may arise Conduct analysis to determine alternative courses of action or recovery on slippages identified in schedule

Process Safety Manager

Graham

Safety

Academic Bachelor

6-9 Years

Demonstrate and/or lead the commitment to the pursuit of achieving Zero Harm through behavioral based safety. Ensure compliance with applicable HSE performance standards, objectives, and regulations. Live and foster the IPL Corporate Values Facilitating of Process Hazard Analysis and Layers of Protection Analysis studies Owning and auditing various existing process safety programs such as Management of Change (MOC) program site wide. Driving process safety through identification of corrective actions and managing the improvement through closure. Setting and tracking goals and measures for PSM program improvement. Leads and directs the development and implementation of process safety standards and management systems assuring the foundation for regulatory compliance, management of risk, training/competency development, program consistency and continuous performance improvement. Coordinating process safety training at the site. Assisting with implementation of site safety and health programs. Facilitating site safety incident investigation teams.

Supply Chain Manager

Dragoon

Cost Control & Procurement

Other

4-6 Years

Create Supply Chain management strategies that increase efficiency and accuracy and that are consistent with The Company's policies. Manages team of direct reports and is responsible for employee selection, development, mentoring, and performance management. Responsible for driving an environment of EHS stewardship, high performance, ethical and legal compliance including addressing employee relations issues. Communicates with other staff in a clear, concise and businesslike manner, verbally and in Word/Excel to apprise them of the facts in a given situation. Manage Supply Chain systems associated with the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system (Pronto) Creates/updates/maintains the inventory parts master to ensure optimal stock maintained. Creates/updates/maintains vendor master including full set up of new vendors. Manages and monitors vendor's qualifications and performance to ensure they meet company's requirements.

Assurance Coordinator

Houston, Texas

Project Management & Services

Other

2-4 Years

Governance and Quality Assurance: Coordinate activities to demonstrate compliance with policies and standards. Track and manage the status of governing documents through development, review, approval, and publication. Ensure updates and revisions of documents, notifying stakeholders and SMEs as necessary. Project Support and Reviews: Assist in verification exercises, peer reviews, audits, and report on assurance activities. Support project reviews to ensure adherence to PDEP, checklist, and RACI requirements. Prepare lessons learned, corrective actions, and continuous improvement initiatives, maintaining current databases. Document and Information Management: Ensure governing documents are clear, concise, and formatted according to company templates. Collate, prepare, and format information for the E&C SharePoint landing page, ensuring it remains up to date. Engage with IM, IT, and DMC groups to manage E&C's systems and tools, maintaining an implementation dashboard. Training and Meeting Coordination: Assist in developing and updating E&C's onboarding, orientation, and training activities. Prepare and circulate meeting minutes and action logs to keep stakeholders informed.

Lease Operator I (93051-R0)

Tyrone

Operations & Maintenance

Other

6-9 Years

Job Advertisement: Lease Operator Position: Lease Operator Location: Tyrone, OK Type: Full-time, W-2 Compensation: Competitive salary, with an initial $1,000 FR approval for reimbursable expenses (boots, clothing, winter wear). Company provides truck, tools, computer, and phone. Main Functions: We are seeking a dedicated and experienced Lease Operator to join our team. The successful candidate will be responsible for the safe and efficient operations, monitoring, and maintenance preparation of wells, processing units, and related facilities. This role requires a strong focus on oil, gas, and water separation facilities operations, along with expertise in major utilities and secondary operations. Experience in new facilities startup and operations is highly desirable. Tasks and Responsibilities: Ensure personal safety and the safety of co-workers by following and enforcing all safety rules. Act as the primary operations contact for assigned facilities, understanding process flow, basic chemistry, major line-ups, and unit safety equipment, including isolation points. Review computer data and generated schematics to optimize processes. Physically inspect and monitor equipment and work areas using vision, hearing, smell, and touch to ensure correct operation. Issue Safe Work Permits, demonstrating proficiency in current operating conditions and safety risks. Perform gas testing to ensure safe operating areas for specific maintenance activities. Monitor processes by gauging tanks, reading meters, recording data, taking product samples, and checking for leaks, freezing, overheating, etc. Conduct "visual maintenance" by checking critical performance parameters such as temperature, pressure, level, flow rate, and vibration. Adjust local process parameters to maintain product specifications within optimal operating windows. Maintain company vehicle in good working condition. Coordinate oil sales and saltwater hauling as necessary. Maintain accurate electronic or paper gauge sheets and note reasons for production changes. Check control valve positions to ensure correct positioning. Perform basic equipment maintenance, such as adding lube oil, water, tightening valve packing, changing filters, and clearing equipment. Communicate with the Production Foreman about existing process conditions and necessary changes. Perform winterization and summarization of equipment for maximum efficiency. Monitor field equipment using electronic test equipment, including handheld monitors and computer monitoring equipment. Inspect safety valves, fire extinguishers, fire hoses, breathing apparatus, and other safety equipment. Participate in continuous improvement initiatives. Understand and perform work according to environmental policies and procedures, aiming to minimize environmental impacts. Demonstrate reliable attendance and the ability to work independently or as part of a team. Continuously improve job knowledge and skills. Benefits: Company-provided truck, tools, computer, and phone. Reimbursement for boots, clothing, and winter wear up to $1,000. Join our team and contribute to a large-scale project that includes on-site facility start-up, utilization of operating tools, procedures, work-permitting, and training. If you have a passion for safety, efficiency, and continuous improvement in oil, gas, and water separation facilities operations, we encourage you to apply.

Waste Environmental Specialist

New Orleans, LA

Project Management & Services

Academic Bachelor

6-9 Years

We're partnering with a major Oil & Gas company to find an Environmental Specialist (Waste) to join their operations in the Greater New Orleans area. Relocation will be provided if needed, but we are not able to support any visas or sponsorship. SUMMARY: The Environmental Specialist - Waste is responsible for developing and implementing a comprehensive waste management program. This includes making waste determinations, ensuring wastes and used oil are properly managed onsite, approving off-site treatment, disposal, and recycling facilities, scheduling waste transfers, fulfilling required record-keeping and reporting to regulatory agencies, and training staff to respond to waste emergencies and ensure compliance with applicable federal and state regulations. The Environmental Specialist - Waste must have working knowledge of the federal (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)) and state regulations for solid waste, hazardous waste, and universal waste, and Department of Transportation regulations for hazardous materials. RESPONSIBILITIES: Make regulatory waste determinations and prepare waste profiles for all wastes generated, including obtaining representative samples and laboratory analysis as needed. Ensure satellite and central accumulation areas for hazardous wastes are managed in compliance with RCRA and state regulations. Ensure used oil is managed in compliance with RCRA and state regulations. Ensure solid waste is managed in compliance with state regulations. Conduct inspections of all waste management areas at the facility, including contractor-generated waste management activities. Schedule off-site transfers of wastes and used oil, including preparing uniform hazardous waste manifests, DOT hazardous materials shipping papers, and other required waste management documents. Prepare required reports and other documents for state and federal environmental agencies. Maintain records required to demonstrate compliance with applicable waste management regulations. Assist in the implementation of the hazardous waste contingency plan. Prepare and provide appropriate training to all staff with responsibilities for waste management. Review and approve all off-site treatment, disposal, and recycling facilities that receive waste and used oil from the facility. Assist the Environmental Manager with meetings and other interactions with regulatory agencies. Research federal and state regulatory requirements as needed. Conduct internal audits of waste management activities.

Contracts Administrator

New Orleans

Compliance

Other

2-4 Years

The hired candidate will focus on the administration of contracts for assigned projects from conception through execution and completion. Responsible for assisting with post contract administration of contract matters as assigned. Reports operationally to the Manager Staffing Contracts and the Director Project Support Services . Essential Functions: Receives and reviews a wide variety of contract requests, may support one or more specialized areas requiring an increased depth of knowledge. Responsible for the timeous and accurate issuing of Service Orders against appropriate project cost codes Identifies process and /or supplier performance issues and works with multiple parties (internal and external) to resolve issues. Job Scope Information Nature of Work - Works on administrative/procedural issues and implements solutions mostly through the determination of strategy and communication with involved parties in a group or functional area. Level of Interaction - Often collaborates with managers and/or functional site leaders and with external colleagues. Autonomy/Decision making - Has moderate supervision and some latitude to set objectives, priorities and timelines that may impact a department or an individual work group. Budgetary responsibility - Has no budget responsibility Managerial responsibility - Manages a function or specific program(s) or project(s) but no people.

Document Controller II - Subsea

Houston

Project Management & Services

Other

4-6 Years

Work Schedule: Hybrid (3 days required onsite) Mandatory onsite days: Monday and Thursday Contractor selects the 3rd workday 8-hour workday required Core hours: 9 am - 3 pm CST Flexible schedule outside core hours Responsibilities: Independently manage and resolve documentation issues Ensure proper capture, cataloging, and control of project documentation using EDMS and SharePoint Create customer records and prepare documents for transmittal Maintain document numbers for clients and suppliers Generate various reports (Late, Status, Open Reports) Follow document control procedures for transmitting and receiving documents Generate and maintain MDR for client and project team use Serve as the main point of contact for project documentation and information management Analyze and control all technical documentation related to project activities Ensure compliance with contractual requirements for document numbering, filing, and confidentiality Handle and register all transmittals according to project procedures Plan and follow up on documentation in coordination with the project management team Participate in meetings as required Define the distribution matrix with the project team Compile and process Manufacturing Record Books (MRBs) for subcontract supplier scopes Submit Inspection Requests to Clients for MRB review and approval Upload final MRBs into SAP and SharePoint for traceability Train Junior Document Controllers on MRB compilation and EDMS Review document and transmittal quality Manage supplier documentation Collect information for reports Perform project closing activities according to company procedures and contractual requirements Suggest improvements to increase efficiency and communication Assist in creating, developing, and implementing department and project templates Create Document Control related Work Instructions and project procedures Train Junior Document Controllers on DC requirements and processes Handle confidential or sensitive information or issues Maintain efficient paper and electronic filing systems Stay informed on the latest trends and technology in Document Control Ensure accurate and timely communication to involved parties Perform other duties as assigned Work Environment: Office environment, occasional safety equipment required Frequent travel to other offices and client locations Physical Demands: Frequent sitting, computer use, and telephone use Ability to lift up to 25 lbs. for moving physical record boxes Some travel required for meetings and coordination of Document Control processes

Recruiter

Houston

HR & Support

Academic Bachelor

0-2 Years

Overview: We have an LNG company seeking a motivated and hardworking Recruiter to join their dynamic team in Downtown Houston, TX. This hands-on role requires flexibility, the ability to wear multiple hats, and a drive to excel in a fast-paced environment. This is a fantastic opportunity for a junior recruiter to make a significant impact within our organization. Industry: Oil & Gas Work location: Downtown Houston, TX Workplace: On-site / In-office (no remote/WFH opportunity) Travel: Travel to South Texas on a bi-weekly or monthly basis Work schedule: Monday-Friday / 40 hours a week Worktype: W2 Contract Start Date: August 2024 Estimated duration: 1+ year with potential for direct hire based on performance and need Rate: Hourly with 1.5x OT Benefits: Medical / Dental / Vision / 401(k) Local candidates only. No per diem, relocation package, or travel allowance of any kind will be provided. Key Responsibilities: Support recruitment for industrial projects, operations, campus recruiting, and contract recruiting. Handle high-volume recruitment cycles as needed. Conduct initial candidate screenings and phone interviews. Build and maintain relationships with potential candidates and talent pools. Schedule and coordinate interviews between candidates and hiring managers. Provide regular recruitment reports and updates to hiring managers and HR. Ensure recruitment processes comply with local, state, and federal employment laws.

Project Buyer

Miami

Cost Control & Procurement

Other

2-4 Years

Oversight responsibility for Purchasing, Expediting, and Logistics coordination of the assigned packages/requisitions/purchase orders. Incorporating standard FMMC Procurement procedures and strategies in the procurement of goods for the project. Managing the execution of all procurement activities of the assigned packages and works with EPC contractor procurement team and cross functional departments to ensure plans, budgets, and schedules are being achieved. Interacting with the Project Procurement Lead, Discipline Leads, EPC Contractor Company and FCX on a day-to-day basis to meet project procurement objectives. Collaborating with team (FMMC internal as well as EPC contractor) on strategic procurement and supply chain solutions Develop sources strategies and the use of FMMC's Strategic Supplier Relationships

Electrical, Instrument & Controls Turnaround Planner

Planning & Control

Other

6-9 Years

The Turnaround Planner, E&IC reports to the Shutdown Turnaround Outage (STO) Director and is responsible for the effective planning of E&IC turnaround work at the Liquefied Natural Gas (PLNG) facility. The Turnaround Planner, E&IC is responsible for working with other Routine and Turnaround Maintenance Planners, Technicians and Supervisors within the Operations & Maintenance Departments.

LNG Technical Specialist

Houston

Operations & Maintenance

Other

> 10 Years

Contact: Stephanie Jones Send Resume to: **ABSOLUTELY NO C2C** 713-816 -2639 Position: LNG Technical Specialist Location: Remote/Houston Location: Remote/Houston About the Role: We are seeking an experienced LNG Technical Specialist with deep subject matter expertise in LNG plant operations, utilities, and storage/loading terminals. This role involves supporting our documentation development team by reviewing existing engineering drawings and data to generate content for SOPs, Maintenance Procedures, and Plant Operating Manuals. Familiarity with APCI technology is highly desirable. Key Responsibilities: * Technical Review: Analyze technical data and drawings to develop detailed technical design and operating specifications. * Documentation Development: Contribute your expertise in LNG operations to aid in creating training materials and testing operator knowledge. * SOP Creation: Provide technical insights for the development of Standard Operating Procedures, including: * Normal Startup and Shutdown * Emergency Shutdown * Abnormal Operations & Troubleshooting * Maintenance Procedures: Develop corrective maintenance procedures, including step-by-step responses to equipment failures, repairs, and replacement processes.

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