Company Provided Items Specialist

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Brunel Energy is recruiting for The Company Provided Items (CPI) Specialist is based in the Woodlands and reports directly to the Supply Chain Manager II - EPCI. This position is responsible for providing C&P support for the tendering, award and execution of key contracts and purchase orders for the Pre-Operations phase of the Mozambique LNG Project for the main offshore Company Provide Items Contracts including where required long lead equipment for installation by the relevant main contractor. This is a key position that will require a high level of procurement, contracting and logistics Organisation With over 100 offices globally in 42 countries we at Brunel are proud to offer this exciting career opportunity.  Here at Brunel we offer extraordinary earning potential followed by a very competitive benefit package.  We provide the tools for success; world class training and advanced technology to ensure you succeed within Brunel. Job description   The successful candidate will have a minimum of seven (7) or more year's relevant procurement, contracts, logistics and warehouse management experience within the oil and gas industry. Specific experience and expertise in the following is required: - Experience in a main C&P role on major capital projects, including drafting and formulating long term master service agreements for offshore equipment and services; - Experience in negotiating and managing complex tender process for large, multi-national projects. Experience supporting Integrated Projects in a major project offshore development; - Proven ability to manage contractors / suppliers to ensure value delivery to the Project. This includes managing contractual obligations of parties involved to ensure that all terms and conditions are met; - Demonstrated track record of implementing strong governance systems within the Contracts and Procurement function; - Ability to interact with stakeholders in a multifunctional team and able to accomplish directives in a high-pressure, deadline driven environment; - Demonstrated ability to perform as a key member of a high performing work team in a multi-cultural environment; - Ability to handle many complex issues concurrently; - Strong presentation and negotiation skills;Proven ability to assess, prioritize and respond to urgent situations on a timely basis. Other Qualifications; - Ability to pass Company physical, drug screening and background security check; - Must be willing to travel as required.  Requirements Responsibilities  - Manage internal customer and contractor / supplier relations to ensure service needs are met and act as liaison between all stakeholders participating in the contracting processes; - Identify and measure project based risks, and develop strategies and negotiations for contractual issues that reduce such risks, involving Legal and other departments as appropriate; - Ensure contractor compliance with Anadarko policies, procedures and safety requirements; - Ensure compliance with Company's Contracting Policies and Procedures; - Ensure compliance with Company Regulations, Company Code of Business Conduct and Anti-Corruption Laws, including the FCPA and Anti-Bribery Act; - Ensure services and goods are contracted at competitive prices, while maintaining quality standards; - Confirm compliance with current AMA1 Project guidelines and Mozambique laws as applicable to contract development; - Maintain auditable files; including electronic files within Project required systems; - Education Bachelor's degree preferably in Business, Procurement, Engineering or related field is desirable. Language Fluent oral and written knowledge of English is required. Work Schedule This position requires a standard 40-hour/week work schedule. Occasional regional and international business travel as required.