International Company is looking for a Project Coordinator, Sr (PM316-ESG)


Job Title: Project Coordinator, Sr (PM316-ESG)

JOB CAPSULEUnder broad direction, The Sr. Project Coordinator is responsible for projects where activity coordination is required for any number of rigs. The risk profile for activity coordination projects is limited due to no inter Product Service Line (PSL) dependency, performance-based contracts, or limited non-core third party services. This position could also learn from and share responsibilities with a senior project manager for all aspects of bigger, more complex fully integrated projects. This position is typically assigned to projects requiring extensive coordination and management of various service lines and limited non-core third parties and typically this role works on project with multiple rigs. Leads regularly scheduled meetings to review performance indicators and implements management systems to drive greater efficiencies and performance, etc. Leads and participates actively on operational problem-solving during execution (SQ or Risk) including leading or supervising of investigations on SQ events. Plans, organizes, and coordinates projects for 3 or more product service lines in accordance with the established policies, procedures, systems, and requirements approved by the company. Serves as the champion for Halliburton and the Customer’s Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) regulations, expectations and guidelines. Verifies equipment received at the well site is in accordance with documented specifications and requirements. Ensures that all 3rd party rental / purchase equip has current inspection and testing documentation. Leads internal pre-project execution exercises (Drilling Well On Paper / Completing Well On Paper) and post project (review / close out) meetings. Participates in regularly scheduled project safety meetings and Business / Operations Performance Reviews. Conducts performance reviews in accordance with established PSL and Project KPI’s. Keep detailed record of Daily Operations Report in OpenWells with focus in Productive times and NPT classification. Maintains latest version of project procedures and expectations, and assures that all HAL personnel are working from the latest version. Evaluates PSL operational performance and applicability of technology offerings. Management of project Performance Optimization Plan. Resolves all cross PSL issues with the customer prior to final invoicing and report processing. Documents lessons learned and communicates the same to the District and Project Leadership Team. Requires a bachelor degree in a suitable S.T.E.M (Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics) field and 5+ years of related experience, and a minimum of 3 years of full time oil and gas experience.ScopeJob tasks, correctly performed, impact indirectly on cost containment, efficiency, profitability or operationsAutonomyUnder broad direction: supervision received is usually centered around job results or methodologies used such as problem solving approaches, establishing broad parameters for projects, work organization, progress reports, etc. There may be occasional “General” or even “Direct” supervision.Supervisory Responsibility of JobSupervises others; allocates and monitors work, coordinates similar activities within a functional area. Interprets and applies directions originating at a higher level.Knowledge, Skills, and AbilitiesTechnical acumen from host PSLWorking ConditionsPhysical activity is normally required on the job, or requires exposure to the elements or job related hazards but not on a routine basis. Hazards are not severe.PhysicalDemand Statement M-Medium Work – Exerting 20 to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 10 to 25 pounds of force frequently, and/or greater than negligible up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Physical Demand requirements are in excess of those for Light WorkPhysical Demands 1Note-Exerted Force is not equivalent to lifting static weight Posture: Employee must have the ability to work in a variety of postures to include sitting, standing, occasional squatting, bending, or flexing of the trunk to retrieve boxes and materials positioned low to the floor. Must have the ability to reach and retrieve boxes and materials stored on overhead shelves.

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