Having oversight of a specific area and establishing a course of action within limits of company practices and guidelines, the purpose of this position is to perform the essential job duties and functions as listed below with the overall objective of establishing an execution framework on the project that complies with the contract and ensures the safety, quality, value, timeliness, and Fluor profitability of the completed project.
This position performs project management responsibilities on a small to medium sized, low to moderate risk engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction / construction management (EPFC / CM) or services project (as defined by the Business Line) or on an assigned segment of a larger project, including coordination of design, procurement, and construction activities.
When assigned to only a segment of a larger project, this role develops a complete understanding of the contract and any relevant subcontracts in order to provide full support to the project management team.
When acting in the role of a Proposal Manager, this position is responsible for managing completion of technical and commercial proposals, providing project planning, means and methods of project execution, schedule preparation, cost estimating, and proposal strategy.
Ensure Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) is emphasized throughout all phases of the project
Develop a complete understanding of the Fluor prime contract and relevant subcontracts
Collaborate in the preparation of the project in accordance with the Fluor contractual obligations, Fluor’s Operating System Requirements (OSR) and the relevant Operating System Implementation Plan (OSIP)
Verify with the Project Director (PD) that project requirements for Baseline Centric Execution, safety, quality, cost, and productivity are met in all locations managed by Fluor where work is being performed
Draft for the Project Director (PD) approval the project baseline (as defined in the OSR) and verify that it is fully documented, updated, and communicated to the project team as appropriate , and match to Fluor contract scope of work and responsibilities
Support the PD to deliver the project in accordance with the project execution and commercial baselines
Other duties as assigned
To be Considered Candidates :
Must be authorized to work in the country where the position is located.
Basic Job Requirements
Degree in Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Ten (10) years total experience
Eight (8) years total minimum experience in Oil and Gas / Refinery / Petrochemical Industry
Five (5) years minimum experience in related designation / specialty
Must have a minimum recent one (1) year experience with the Contractor in the similar position.
Ability to communicate effectively with audiences that include but are not limited to management, coworkers, clients, vendors, contractors, and other stakeholders
Job related technical knowledge necessary to complete the job
Ability to learn and apply knowledge of applicable local, state / province, and federal / national statutes and guidelines
Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner
Other Job Requirements
Participate in Fluor University courses for continued learning experiences
Utilize Knowledge Management processes to capture, support and leverage relevant knowledge to enhance project execution
Support the project by providing an environment for the development and professional advancement of project personnel, including providing on-the-job and formal training and development opportunities
Participate in sales and marketing efforts as requested
Jobsite experience and understanding of construction safety program
Requires six (6) years of experience as project engineer or project specialist, or a project role of significant capacity such as project controls lead, contracts lead, etc.
including one (1) field assignment, plus three (4) years experience as a design or construction engineer on projects
Project or area management experience in international locations and diverse cultural environments is recommended
Demonstration of successful performance as Project Manager on a minimum of two (2) small to medium sized projects or in significant positions on large to very large sized engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction / construction management (EPFC / CM) projects
Completed all required in-house project management courses in addition to courses obtained from university or other qualified sources
Good understanding of project design, engineering, procurement, material management, construction, commissioning, start up, turn over work processes, sequencing, and interfaces
Project Controls and Finance including understanding of :
Scheduling (including manpower loading)
Risk assessment and management
Code of accounts
Work breakdown structure
Estimating process and planning
Global Pricing Model (GPM), Project Status Review (PSR) and Project Margin Analysis, Report (PMAR) development and reporting
Appreciation of key elements of contract law and when to engage legal
Regulatory requirements including permitting
Basic understanding of project funding
Proactive goal orientated with the initiative to influence events positively
Ability to resolve problems and to be comfortable in complex project or business environments
Ability to set and maintain high standards of self performance with responsibility and accountability for successfully completing assignments and tasks
Demonstration of innovation, initiative, maturity and sound judgment
Ability to influence a group of diverse individuals, each with their own goals, needs, and perspectives, to work together effectively for the good of a project
Mobility for example, relocating to site locations when necessary
Analytical approach to problem solving and identifying potential solutions
Technical and business writing skills
Basic computer and software skills to include the use of word processing, email, spreadsheets, and electronic presentations
Certification in project management suggested, for example, Project Management Professional (PMP)