candidate is expected to lead the construction of assigned multi-discipline
micro projects (less than $300 thousand), as well as larger projects valued
from $300 thousand to $20 million from inception to final closeout. The
Construction Field Coordinator is expected to work with project managers in
managing project execution. Utilization and adherence to all Client procedures
and systems is required, specifically the Refining Engineering Practices
(REPs), Safe Practice Procedures (SPPs), Incident Reporting, IMPACT Reporting,
Cardinal Rules and the Management of Change (MOC) process.
Field Coordinator reports to the Construction Lead. He/she is responsible and
accountable for the construction execution phase of the project and must manage
the construction in compliance with the Client’s Refining Engineering Practices
(REPs), Safe Practice Procedures (SPPs), Incident Reporting, IMPACT Reporting, Cardinal
Rules, Management of Change (MOC) process and the Project Development and
Management System (PDMS).
candidate for this position is responsible for the following:
early design for constructability.
or reviews/confirms, with project manager, project execution & schedule.
the work directly, or by working through subordinate coordinators (contract or
with project manager to execute the construction phase of the project through
mobilization, installation, commissioning, demobilization and handover to
responsibility for all matters related to appropriate construction contractor
staffing to manage the project.
and obtains approvals for change orders to maintain necessary budget controls.
leadership during constructability reviews for project plans including scope
change control during project execution.
with the project manager to answer any Field Change Requests (FCRs), Requests
for Information (RFIs) and to evaluate the quality of work, contractor safety
commitment and ensure schedule compliance.
In the Closeout
project manager to
ensure all Process
Safety Management closeout documentation has been completed.
Required and Preferred Skills
- Strong leadership and
- Strong communication
skills - written, verbal, and computer
- Good grasp of
construction coordination/management concepts, including project budgeting,
project cost and project schedule control
- Strong people skills
and good team player Troubleshooting/problem solving skills
- Understanding of
Primavera scheduling tools and capabilities
- Ability to perform
tasks in MS Office applications (Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, MS Project)
Adaptability—Demonstrate Adaptability And Learning
Building Collaborative Relationships—Build Partnerships
Judgment—Exercise Professional Judgment
Results Orientation—Optimize Results