You are the focal point for regulatory management, internally to the Project, and externally to the Client, Contractors, Third party and Vendors.
You play a key role in promoting and embedding strong regulatory leadership, positive behaviours and culture amongst your Project.
You lead the activities related to regulatory management to provide effective support to the Project.
* Develop and maintain regulatory plan and other relevant deliverables & documentation meeting applicable requirements and expectations
* Provide regulatory advice and support to the Project Team
* Escalate Project issues to your discipline Manager
* Contribute to qualification and/or selection of vendors/sub-contractors
* Lead and/or conduct internal and external verifications/surveys/audits, and ensure that appropriate corrective actions are identified and effectively implemented
* Manage deviations and related mitigating measures
* Contribute to continuous improvements of the systems and tools, through providing feedback and lessons learnt to Project & discipline Manager
* Take part in incident investigations (as assigned)
* Consult and align with relevant stakeholders both internally and externally
* Monitor regulatory performance of the project and related vendors and sub-contractors
* Continually maintain an appropriate level of awareness, knowledge and preparedness across Project site
* Actively contribute to the deployment of training programmes and communication campaigns
* Foster and sustain a strong partnership with the Yard and team on site
* Manage shipyard regulatory activities
* Ensure efficient handover to client
The measure of your effectiveness will be:
* On time delivery and quality of required inputs documentation and reports to the satisfaction of relevant stakeholders
* All Project site staff trained and aware of quality objectives
* Timely closure of verification survey audits incident reports and related actions
* Project Regulatory Plan
* Audits reports
* Project regulatory reports including
* Project Regulatory matrix
Well-developed people skills - ability to interface with multiple disciplines, cultures.
Sound knowledge of recognized international and oil and gas industry regulations, quality standards and practices.
Solid knowledge of Australian regulations and their practical application
Education - Master degree, Chartered Engineer preferred.
Experience - At least 10 years' experience including 5 years in Oil & Gas industry / EPC project.
Mandatory: relevant experience and knowledge on applicable Australian regulations ideally for an Australian offshore project.
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Fluent in English (writing and speaking)
Vendor and construction site visits (China, Australia, Middle East & Europe). 20% of the time.