Qssu-eacop- Ecsl- Early Civil Works Lead, Uganda

Uganda, Uganda, Uganda
Last update 2024-05-20
Expires 2024-06-20
ID #2132970719
Qssu-eacop- Ecsl- Early Civil Works Lead, Uganda
Uganda, Uganda, Uganda,
Modified April 27, 2024


About This Job: Q-Sourcing Limited trading as Q-Sourcing Servtec is a manpower management solutions firm operating in the East African Region in the countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, and South Sudan.

On behalf of our client EACOP, we are looking for a competent, skilled, and experienced Early Civil Works Lead to work in Uganda.

Position: Early Civil Works Leadreport to: N+1 AGI LOT 1 MANAGER, N+2 AGI PACKAGE MANAGERDirect subordinates (number): up to 4 for construction phase Staff managed (number) :5-10 directly managed for construction phase Job Location: UGANDA with a rotation 8×2 weeks.

JOB MISSION/ DIMENSIONThe East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project is a major regional infrastructure project (Capex: 3.6 G$, OPEX:>2.5 G$ over 25 years) between Uganda and Tanzania coast, opening a new value corridor between the two countries.

The EACOP project development comprises of the detailed engineering, construction, operation and maintenance of the corresponding facilities.

The Job Holder is responsible for: The preparatory works prior to construction activities for AGI construction for LOT 1 – PS1, PS2 And MC-PS1, MCPY1, MCPY3 and MCPY4.

Reviewing of AGI and CAMP’s early civil works (ECW) construction documentations – including implementation of the detail design MTO and contribution in any required relevant up-dates.

Managing the early civil works construction activities for Uganda Pump stations PS1, PS2 And Camps MC-PS1, MCPY1, MCPY3 and MCPY4.

Managing the coordination with the subcontractors’ activities from the bidding phases till the hand over and final documentations.

Performing ECW construction activities fully compliant with EACOP, IFC and countries HSE standards, business ethics, all within a zero-accident safety culture approach Delivering the EACOP AGI facilities within approved project construction schedule, approved budget, and integrating National Content requirements JOB CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT The EACOP project includes a 1445km 24in oil export pipeline, 8 above ground facilities, a green field marine terminal with an export jetty and a series of 60 main line block valves and +20 trace heating stations.

150km of feeder lines from Upstream facilities will tie-in to the EACOP project.

The Pipeline project will be the largest privately led with Government participation transnational infrastructure project ever undertaken in East African region.

The project overall tonnage is estimated at 500,000t of material and equipment.

Behind the numerous technical (the longest electrically heat traced pipeline in the world), environmental and social challenges faced by the project, Government of Uganda and Government of Tanzania agreed to develop EACOP project in a fast-track mode.

The project is aiming at a Ready For Start-up (RFSU) schedule not later than 39 months after FID; The context is complex with numerous stakeholders, environmental and societal / local content stakes, three partners, two involved countries new to oil development (Uganda and Tanzania), and the need for project development in accordance with IFC standards to secure the necessary financing.

Accountabilities To manage and deliver the AGI, LOT 1 ECW – PS1, PS2 and Camps MC-PS1 , MCPY1, MCPY3 and MCPY4 in a “Ready For Commissioning” status in conformance with construction dossier within budget, project schedule and with utmost respect for the environmental and societal aspects ensuring construction operations are planned and conducted safely.

Organize and control the performance of the AGI construction contractor.

Key Roles and responsibilities To support the Lot Manager and the Package Manager to manage the ECW construction contracts and relevant activities; monitoring contractors’ achievement and review Change Orders Requests related to construction activities.

To control the ECW construction package, quality, cost, and progress in accordance with approved project requirements, budget and schedule.

To promote cost reduction initiatives and strive to optimize costs and achieve value at every opportunity.

To assist the Lot Manager and the Package Manager in monitoring and to account for and follow-up mitigation of project risks.

To organize and propose the AGI construction team for LOT 1 ; interacting with a multi-disciplinary technical team efficiently and in a good working atmosphere and integrating as need be partners secondees.

To work with in full coordination with EACOP construction team ensuring best use of project resources and efficient implementation of Quality Surveillance teams On LOT 1 – PS1, PS2 and Camps MC-PS1, MCPY1, MCPY3 and MCPY4.

to coordinate and interface with other Project development entities (Engineering, Operations, HSEQ, E&S team and project control groups).

To ensure construction Sub-contractors implement the project National Content plan and E&S mitigations plan.

To report progress and provide input to weekly and monthly reports.

To ensure the teams under job-holder’s responsibility are appropriately supervised and have received adequate instruction and training to carry out their role in a safe manner.

To Coordinate and interface with all LOT 1 – PS1, PS2 and Camps MC-PS1 , MCPY1, MCPY3 and MCPY4 entities to ensure construction needs are accounted for in the design and procurement activities and that project early activities schedule coincide with construction plan.

To ensure compliance with EACOP obligations under Upstream agreement for sections included in Pump Station PS1.

Act as construction ECW site lead To adopt and demonstrate exemplary behaviour with regard H3 SE and H3 SE rules implementation.

To adopt and demonstrate exemplary behaviour about ethics and project “code of conduct” policy.

To participate to meetings with partners, authorities and other stakeholders as required whenever advised by line managers.

To carry out any other duties or tasks that may be required by the position.

Key qualifications and competencies required: Degree: BSc (or equivalent formal qualification) in a recognized Engineering discipline in Civil engineering Minimum of 10 years’ experience with at least 5 years in Oil &Gas Industry with similar large-scale projects Ability to adapt and to represent the company in discussions, negotiations and meetings with contractors, partners, and regulatory authorities.

Ability to effectively lead and manage a team; Sound organisation ability; Ability to work in a multi-cultural business environment; Good interpersonal and communication skills; Good motivational skills.

English as mother tongue or Fluent in English (speaking and with excellent writing skill) How to apply: All candidates who meet the criteria outlined as above are encouraged apply under the job vacancy “QSSU-EACOP- ECSL- Early Civil Works Lead“Application link: Note: Deadline for applications is not later than 09:00 am, Friday 10th May 2024.

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.



Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Qssu-eacop- ecsl- early civil works lead

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