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Interface Manager

  • Rotterdam area
  • Contracting

For one of our clients in the offshore EPCI construction industry we are looking for an Interface Manager.
 
Our client is a leading integrated solution EPCIC contractor of multi-disciplinary challenging offshore projects, creating a sustainable energy future in the offshore energy mix.

Interface Manager
Interface management: Manage all interfaces between Contractor and the Employer’s other Contractors. This is not limited to the interfaces affecting the design. Also during the storage, construction, outfitting phase support towards the yards, and Transport and installation phase offshore is required. Support from the yard will be provided but you will be the single point of contact in relation to interface items.

Certification management: You will act as a single point of contact for all items related to the certification of the platform. You have knowledge of the BSH standard requirements. An external company has been contracted to support in certification matters. Close co-operation with Engineering and yards on certification, including design appraisal of tagged (Vendor packages/ systems) and non tagged items (subcontracts, Architectural scope and Structural steel), and the verification at the yard.

Risk management: You will act as a single point of contact for all items related to platform risk management. The team will manage the risk register and inform you on regular basis on the status.

Coordinate Employer deliverables such as Employer provided rely-upon information and related to Permits Employer needs to have inplace for HSI to execute scope of work at site in Germany and Aviation requirements.

Tasks:

  • Creating an overview (Interface register) of all interfaces, specifically in receiving critical information that needs to be incorporated into the design. Most importantly, the information required for all HV equipment via the client.
  • Organizing and writing MOM (Minutes of Meeting) for meetings with the client and the client’s suppliers.
  • Monthly reporting to Project Management on progress and any areas of concern.
  • To be able to think of solutions if the requested information is not delivered on time and notifying the impact on time and money if the requested information is not delivered on time.

The stakeholders in this position are, a.o.:

  • Employer
  • Consortium
  • Auxiliary equipment suppliers
  • Suppliers of the FIM’s (Free Issued Materials)
  • T&I Contractor
  • Cable Contractor
  • Land Station Contractor
  • OWF (Offshore Wind Farm)
  • Project Certification Authority (PCA)

Requirements

  • Technical background with medium to senior experience;
  • Coordinator kind of person, able to oversee the multi functional landscape both engineering and construction;
  • Preferably experience in applying for and managing permits, particularly in the German sector, and familiar with the BSH regulations.

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