Role Overview:
The Welding Superintendent has construction management duties for a number of module assembly operational requirements. This includes, but is not limited to, the following:
  • Foster and promote safety as a core value in all works which includes participating, holding and attending daily and weekly safety meetings. Ensure safety toolbox is incorporated into daily prestarts. Attend safety walks with HSE leads and Area Superintendents.
  • Coordinate with Subcontractors and Discipline Superintendents to validate manpower requirements.
    Review weekly scheduled work plans for pipe commodities and validate adequate amount of work is scheduled/performed and actualised in accordance to plan.
  • Ensure that scheduling concerns and constraints are higlighted and escalated to module yard construction management team.
  • Provide imput to weekly production meetings to ensure progress is on target by area.
  • Supervise and coordinate daily with subcontract representatives on pipe construction activities. Included but not limited to fabrication team, assembly team, insulation team, painting/coating team, heavy lift team, heavy haul/transport team, AQIS and materials management team.
  • Responsible for ensuring the welding commodities in assigned areas are maintained according to the project house keeping, preservation, pipe cleanliness and AQIS procedures and standards. Ensure validation of AQIS records and check sheets as per sub contract procedures.
  • Prepare weekly/monthly reports and job manpower forecasts as required.
  • Assist with the fabrication processes of welding spools as required.
  • Participates in development of constructability log issues/ideas.
  • Works/ interfaces with the Subcontractor, Engineering, Procurement and Construction to assist in delivering work packages as defined to support module fabrication.
  • Review subcontractor proposals and documention to ensure subcontractor is operating within the contractual procedures.Knowledge of the subcontractors responsibilities contained in subcontract documents.
  • Interface with Design and Field Engineering teams as required
  • Ensure current revision documents are utilized for installation.
  • Responsible for the implementation of corporate/project policies, procedures and instructions within assigned operation position of Area Superintendent.
  • Ensure that all State and Federal safety codes, requirements, and standards are being complied within assigned area of responsibility.
  • Experience in project execution and fabrication, pipe spool fabrication, shop steel fabrication, shop supervision and construction management processes are essential.  
Basic Qualifications:
  • Knowledge of supervisory functions relating to field activities
  • Knowledge of initial site mobilization activities
  • Knowledge of planning and scheduling development
  • Knowledge of Excel, Word, Smart Plant Review, Document database navigation

Additional Information:
Position will not start until February 2019. 
This is a 1-2 term position. 
Must be willing to work the current work schedule (M-F 7am-5:30pm, S 7am-3:30pm)
Must be willing to park offsite and get transported in. 

Department: PA Chemical Jobsite
This is a full time position

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