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The turnaround will be executed using a lump sum contracting strategy. This strategy will require the use of Quantity Surveyors to assure the work is executed per the contract. The execution is broken up into blocks and each block will have a lead, both for execution & commercial. The QS in this case will support the execution block lead and report to the commercial block lead.
The role of the QS is for a planned turnaround maintenance event which includes the maintenance of typical refinery equipment such as furnaces, heat exchangers and piping. The role requires someone with experience managing contracts and familiarity with typical refinery equipment.
Knowledge of refinery equipment
Maintenance, Project or Turnaround Planning background preferred
Contract management and execution proficiency
Proficient in the use of project management tools, understanding of progress reporting and updates
Able to read S-curves, progress reports and earned value
Able to interpret schedule look-ahead reports and validate schedule compliance
Proficient in the use of MS Office products including Excel, Outlook and Word
Must have at least five years' experience in contract management Must have experience in the maintenance of refinery equipment
Can read, write and speak English language. (IELTS 8 equivalent). Typical work activities
Understanding tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities with the contract engineer and/or the CONTRACTOR
Undertaking cost analysis for discovery work, contractual non-conformance and field change orders;
Assisting in establishing a client's technical requirements and requirements outlined in the contract;
Identifying, analyzing and developing responses to commercial risks;
Preparing and analyzing schedule progress for the event;
Providing advice on contractual claims;
Verifying value of completed work and milestone adherence;
Maintain daily log of field observations to be used later in claims management;
Verification of the CONTRACTOR estimates for extra work, including verification to contract;
Understanding the implications of health and safety regulations;
Seek opportunities for improvement in productivity; Keep commercial leads aware of any possible interface issues within the CONTRACTOR or between CONTRACTORS and OTHER CONTRACTORS.
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