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TAR Construction Lead
Due to the establishment of our new Centralised TAR (Turnaround) team at INEOS Grangemouth - we are now looking to appoint a TAR Construction Manager to improve our level of preparation and organisation throughout TAR periods. The post holder will prepare all aspects of TAR coordination and will manage all logistical operations prior to and during periods of execution events.
Develop and own the TAR service strategy and contract letting plan in consultation with the TAR Manager.
Identifying service requirements by interpreting TAR plan and workpack scopes.
Input service allowances and requirements into the TAR estimates.
Identify and organise any new contract pre-qualifications for the TAR
Accountable for delivery of the logistics management plan, ensuring pre TAR activities are complete
Agree 3rd Party Contractors required and initial mobilisation dates to assist pre-engineering with TAR Preps Leader
TAR focal point for all services during execution of event
Setting up stores and receipt / issues procedures
Receiving, locating, maintaining and mobilisation of Tools and equipment
The control of hazardous substances
Washbay set up and Management
Owner of the site plot plan
Arranging all Laydown Areas
Traffic Management Plan, detailing any areas or roads where traffic is prohibited and Approved vehicle routes, with the direction of traffic flow (especially one way systems)
Mobile equipment storage areas (compressors, generators etc)
Control and Immediate off hire or rented equipment and services
Supporting post TAR Clearance and return to stock
Key Interface between, TAR Management, SHE, Security, Operations, Contractor Managers
Ability to interpret logistical requirements prior to plan being fully developed
Application and adherence of Temporary Building Permits
Role requires a unique blend of experience of Petrochemical Asset Operations, Maintenance, and Projects Management, including Construction Industry Industrial relations expertise.
There will be periods where additional hours and weekends are required to be worked to support TAR and any other unplanned events
Understanding of NAECI contracts / requirements
Qualifications, Knowledge and Skills
Demonstrable record of successful Construction Management
Track record of successfully delivering set piece events e.g. plant outages and TARs (preferred)
Experience in managing several contractors and contracts concurrently
Good Level of knowledge of lifting regulations and LOLER
A time served maintenance background with good communication and organisational skills
Understanding of the budgeting process and cost control
Ability to work under pressure, be proficient in computer systems
Be able to network effectively with a strong bias for action
Ability to manage multi disciplined teams, both Ineos and 3rd Party
Ability to interpret P&IDs, process flow diagrams, bill of materials, GA’s and isometrics
CDM 2015 Awareness
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