Job Title: Field Asset Manager
Department: Operations & Production
Job Purpose: To provide leadership in the field in terms of Coordination of all field activities in accordance with the short-term activity schedule, commensurate with the 90-day Integrated Activity Plan (IAP), Ensuring that all activities are conducted in a safe and environmentally responsible manner, avoiding unsafe conditions as result of simultaneous operations, maintaining a positive relationship with the communities as well as being the Field Emergency Response Coordinator.
To manage all field operations activities and facilities to agreed standards and pre-established procedures including, but not limited to Tullow camps, crude storage facilities, lay down yards, warehouses and material storage areas, well sites, well test sites and hydrocarbon plants.
Manage the implementation and operation of the Permit to Work System.
To assist in the development and implementation of the Ugandan Operations Management System.
Liaise with Development Team based Operations Readiness & Assurance Lead Coordinator to align deliverables and expectations.
To develop field operations standards which will apply to: Field Hydrocarbon Process plants and in-field production systems, o Well Test sites and Exploration & Appraisal Drilling camps
Ensure all applicable field operations and hydrocarbon production operations activities are conducted in compliance with the Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) and other relevant legislation.
Ensure production operations standards comply with Tullow Management Policies.
Introduce field operations standards to support operational readiness in the production phase.
To assist in the development of the Operations team competency management system to agreed standards, ensuring that a competency development plan is in place to enable the nationalisation of the field operations & production operations teams in a timely manner.
To develop and implement contingency plans to address non-conformances to operations compliance.
Provide oversight of management of all field based sub-contractors and to ensure that services provided are in line with applicable standards and quality and f„ are delivered in. time.
Act as a Champion for Safety and ensure the Tullow Safety Rules and Tullow Values are fully implemented and adhered to.
Bachelor’s degree or an HND/HNC in relevant engineering discipline.
5-10 .years overall experience in Oil and Gas production operations activities, with minimum of 3 years in an onshore hydrocarbon producing environment.
Proven leadership experience in an overseas environment.
Proven ability in leading the improvement of one or more hydrocarbon process operations in an onshore environment.
Experience of working in a safety case environment (desirable)
Other Desirable Knowledge and Skills:
Professional approach to work at all times with excellent team working skills.
Knowledge of EHS management systems.
Budget preparation and management.
General contractor management.
Developing and mentoring people in hydrocarbon operations.
How to Apply
• Application forms can be down loaded from the aikan website www.alltanhr.com or picked up from the aikan offices.
• The completed application form must be submitted together with typed copies of the applicant’s CV and cover letter. 0
• Hand-deliver the application to the aikan offices or email them as attachments to email@example.com.
• Closing date for submission is 4:30pm on Wednesday 8th August, 2012.
• Only short listed candidates shall be contacted.
Deadline: 8th Aug 2012