Project Manager - Alaska Construction - Prudhoe Bay,Alaska
Posted on: August 13, 2019
At the end of April 2019, WorleyParsons combined with Jacobs
Energy, Chemicals and Resources (ECR) division, to create
Together, we are a leading global provider of professional project
and asset services in the energy, chemicals and resources sectors.
We have almost 60,000 amazing people in around 60 countries across
the world covering the full lifecycle, from creating new assets to
sustaining and enhancing operating assets for our customers.
Our exciting combination will create new opportunities for you to
join us. The transition will take time, so in the short-term you
may see references to our heritage companies in your application
The position is located on the North Slope and requires a flexible
rotational work schedule. Relocation assistance to
Alaska is not provided, however, transportation between Anchorage
and Prudhoe Bay is provided. Room and meals are provided while in
Prudhoe Bay.Our construction manager is responsible for estimating,
planning, executing, and monitoring all aspects of our North Slope
Candidates must possess excellent communication skills, and
demonstrate the ability to effectively correspond with clients, and
the project management team. The construction manager is
responsible for delivering Fire and Gas Renewal projects safely, on
schedule, and within budget, by coordinating resources and managing
project scope. We are a general contractor engaging in
multi-disciplinary construction, primarily in Alaskas upstream Oil
and Gas industry. Applicants for this role should be expert in
industrial electrical and instrumentation installation methods and
requirements, especially fire and gas detection systems.
The Construction Manager will:
- Initiates and maintains positive working relationships with
client representatives within each facility, as well as other
internal and external customers to facilitate project activities,
understands current and future customer needs and
continually strives to exceed customer expectations.
- Possesses a basic understanding and knowledge of the terms and
conditions of contracts, including the scope of work and associated
client deliverables. Manages work in accordance with project goals,
contract and customer requirements and expectations, including
performance, quality, compliance and safety as outlined in the
contract terms and conditions.
- Regularly seeks customer feedback, measures customer satisfaction
and acts on results to improve performance.
- Adheres to Work Execution Plan expectations, including assigning
work in accordance with work management processes
and ensures the safe execution of work within the planned and
approved scope, job plans, timelines and approved
- Evaluates risks, consequences and impacts of activities on
customers and other key individuals as well as what in the business
may potentially cause harm to people or property.
- Supports the organization-wide approach to continuous improvement
(CI) by working to improve processes, procedures and systems
through CI initiatives, measurement and evaluation
- Drives, promotes and instills a culture of Safety Leadership that
is incident and injury free and in which all employees feel
responsible for safety and pursue it on a daily basis.
- Promotes a safety culture that supports and encourages employees
to go beyond the call of duty to identify unsafe
conditions and behaviors and are comfortable intervening to correct
inappropriate behaviors and concerns.
- Educates and trains employees on the requirement to assess the
risks applicable to tasks and required work. Ensures they have the
understanding and capability to implement appropriate procedures
and/or controls to reduce risk to an acceptable level and that each
use any required personal protective equipment (PPE) as
- Communicates the organizations goals and ensures employees
understand the importance of their contribution to the organization
towards delivering results.
- Manages performance and employee development. Drives productivity
through expectation setting, direct feedback and coaching,
addressing areas of concern/competence with each team member
- Monitors training and compliance with contract and company safety
and environmental procedures and policies,
documents and ensures that corrective measures are implemented when
- Participates in, and supports, the Alaska Competency Assurance
Program including completion of assessments for staff as
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Strong planning and organizational skills
- Proven ability to plan, coordinate and execute high priority jobs
in a timely manner that would involve multiple crafts (drillsite
operation, general maintenance, mechanical, electrical,
instrumentation, electrical, etc.)
- Ability and knowledge to interpret blueprints and redline
- Knowledge of technical and safety policies, procedures and
standards applicable to the maintenance craft
- Ability to communicate clear direction to work crew Leads, Crews,
management and client representatives
- Ability to work as part of a team, communicate effectively with
fellow workers, and demonstrate commitment to
established safety policies and procedures
- Ability to direct and motivate others in planning and scheduling
- Ability to recognize and correct gaps in the safe execution of
field maintenance work scope
- Ability to effectively manage and lead maintenance crews
- Possess strong leadership and supervisory skills
-Ability to estimate construction efforts with a high degree of
-Ability to analyze project costs and revenue, and influence
positive change to the financial performance of the project
Physical Demand/Work Environment:
The physical demands described here are representative of those
that must be met by an employee to successfully
perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with
disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing
the essential functions of this job, the employee is required
- Must have ability to stand, walk on level, uneven and slippery
surfaces, sit, squat, kneel, reach through low and
high ranges and exhibit normal balance and coordination. These
basic physical requirements are essential for safe
performance of the job in harsh environments with exposure to very
cold temperatures and while wearing arctic gear.
- Lift 50 lbs from floor to waist level x 2 with a 12 second
- Lift 43 lbs from floor to shoulder level x 2 with a 12 second
interval. Lift 28 lbs from floor to crown/overhead level x 2
a 12 second interval.
- Carry 50 lbs with two hands for a minimum distance of 30 feet x 2
(allow a 60 second rest period between repetitions).
- Stairs: Walk up and down 20 steps x 5 repetitions for a total of
100 steps self-paced (Allow a 60 second rest break after
walking up and down 50 steps).
- Climb Stairs and Carry: While carrying 30 lbs in one hand and
holding onto a railing with the other hand for safety, walk
and down 20 steps x 3 for a total of 60 steps. Self-paced but
continuous. (Allow a 60 second rest break after walking up
and down each set of 20 steps).
- Slanted Ladder: Climb up and down 30 rungs x 2 repetitions for a
total of 60 rungs. Self-paced (Allow a 60 second rest
period after a set of 30 rungs)
- Repetitive Stoop Test: Perform from standing position, bend
forward at waist as far as possible without bending the knees
with hands reaching toward the floor x 10, self-paced, but
- Repetitive Kneel Test: Perform from standing, kneel on one knee,
alternate from left to right knee, x 10 each knee.
- Repetitive Squat Test: Perform a functional squat and stand x
- Twist and Flex Test: Perform from standing
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