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ON-SITE CIVIL/MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION COORDINATOR
This position is: Full Time
Position Location: Shreveport, LA

DURATION - Approximately 21 weeks.


The Civil/Mechanical Coordinator provides direct oversight of the civil and structural construction work, along with the mechanical, equipment, and piping construction scope of work. Duties normally associated with this position include, but are not necessarily limited to:

1. Ensure that Client policies and procedures are implemented and followed

2. Manage/monitor all activities related to contractor performance on Civil/ Structural construction scope of work and Equipment/Mechanical/Piping construction scope of work.

3. Assist with schedule development, review schedules

4. Monitor RFI program as it pertains to identified SOW

5. Assist with monitoring/management of safety program

6. Assist with monitoring/management of QA/QC program

7. Assist with monitoring/management of contractual matters

8. Assist with monitoring/management of materials receipt/inventory/distribution

9. Perform other duties that may arise from time to time.

10. The MC shall be capable of:

a. Evaluating RFIs and directing the RFI for resolution

b. Creating cost estimates

c. Creating schedules

d. Validating change order requests

e. Identifying potential claim issues

f. Identifying constraints that might lead to claims

g. Performing/verifying EV assessments

h. Representing Client’s Engineering at on-site meetings with suppliers

11. Reporting

a. Assist with generation of project/package status reports

i. Actual Schedule Progress

ii. Material Status Report

iii. Known constraints

12. Meetings

a. Attend/conduct Weekly Contract Status Meetings with each supplier

i. Identify and discuss constraints

ii. Discuss status of RFIs

iii. Discuss change order status

iv. Discuss submittal status

v. Review short term look ahead schedules

b. Attend/conduct Weekly Site Coordination Meetings with all suppliers active on the Site

i. Discuss site access coordination

ii. Review short term look ahead schedules

c. Attend/conduct weekly meeting with Discipline Coordinators to review status and address issues/constraints

d. Attend/Conduct weekly meeting with Engineering Team to determine status of Engineering and RFIs

e. Attend/Conduct a weekly meeting with Project Controls

Requirements:
  • Seven (7) years of experience in the engineering and industrial construction industry as an civil/mechanical work coordinator.
  • Should have an engineering knowledge across multiple disciplines with emphasis on discipline interfaces and information flow.
  • Working knowledge of material management processes, construction and site issues.
  • Strong leadership presence, motivational skills, and customer service oriented.
  • Assure that adequate Project Controls for the project are in place and are functioning.
  • Capable of leading and communicating with the construction management team and project engineering team to ensure complete understanding and fulfillment of project objectives.
  • Refinery, petrochemical, or chemical industry experience is required.

QUALIFICATIONS

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required:

· Must have construction field experience working knowledge across multiple disciplines with emphasis on discipline interfaces and information flow.

· Working knowledge of material management processes.

· Able to analyze project controls documents.

· Capable of understanding contractual terms (warranty, guaranty, indemnity, etc.).

· Must have demonstrated leadership capability on projects.

· Excellent communication skills with construction team and client management.

· Excellent problem solving and decision making skills.

· Must be able to make decisions that must be made, however unpopular.

· Works well with client personnel.

COMPUTER SKILLS

  • SAP, Word, Excel

Conduct field trips as necessary to gather operating data and equipment information required to develop the project scope. This requires normal hearing, the ability to stand, walk, reach, climb and balance, clear close and distance vision, depth perception and the ability to focus. Lifting up to 25 pounds may be required.

All candidates must pass background checks, drug screening, qualify for issuance of TWIC credentials, and pass client site specific safety training requirements.

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