Project Manager - Shipbuilding

Halliburton - Duncan, OK (30+ days ago)3.9

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Responsible for managing the Project Team consisting of Project Engineers and matrix organization functional team to ensure efficient execution of shipbuilding or marine based projects. As a Project Manager you will be responsible for the building of a new ship or retrofitting of other offshore vessels to meet current requirements. You take responsibility for the complete technical portion of the project from assisting in-country operations with submitting the bid to delivering the completed well servicing vessel. As shipbuilding Project Manager you will work with the selected vessel owner or shipyard and equipment manufacturers to determine the production schedule for the project you are allocated, make any necessary adjustments, monitor progress, and report status to management. You will be responsible for the budget, the time frame and completing the project with the production of a high-quality ship, while meeting all Halliburton QHSE and operational requirements. You are also responsible for the job execution and wellbeing of the people in the project team, while they are stationed at remote shipyards during the construction phase.

Job Responsibilities:
Monitors work being executed against the baseline schedule and budgets.
Able to adapt to a dynamic environment, while simultaneously maintaining a cohesive schedule, safety integrity for all activities and meeting established cost objectives.
Identifies required team composition for Project Team as well as provides input to the Matrix functional support teams’ composition.
Efficiently orchestrates all Halliburton and subcontractor labor to ensure schedule and cost expectations are met.
Ensures weekly status accurately depicts percent complete, remaining labor and material costs.
Leads team to effectively identify services needed before task execution.
Maintains effective working relationships across the functional team, prime contractor and subcontractors.
In conjunction with the Project Lead, prepares and presents monthly Executive Review which accurately portray project status, issues with mitigation plans, financial health, schedule compliance and opportunity in addition to identifying areas that indicate signs of risk to the project’s success.
Oversees the preparation of Scopes of Work and subsequent bidder selection under the governance of assigned procurement resources.
Pursues and anticipates emergent work items and associated tasking.
Meets daily with the project team, to review open issues, actions required in support of cost and schedule, identifying and tracking items which may impact cost and or schedule, while maintaining the Daily Actions Log.
Monitors housekeeping standards and assigns areas of responsibilities, Compliance to PPE requirements, safe behavior as appropriate to Halliburton responsible work items. Works with Contractor on areas outside of responsibilities to ensure a safe working environment for all.
Create and disseminate Post Delivery Information/Lessons Learned to the appropriate personnel allowing for real time corrections on other new construction projects.
Practices awareness of the bigger picture while reinforcing the meticulous execution of project specific items.

Job Requirements

Bachelors or Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. A degree in Naval Architecture is a plus.
Minimum of 8-10 years of experience as Mechanical Engineer, preferably within the offshore oil & gas industry, shipbuilding or other offshore industry experience.
Prior Project Management experience is required. Project Management Professional (PMP) preferred.
Experienced with: Solidworks/AutoCad/MathCad/Ansys
Experience with design and installation of machinery in an offshore/maritime environment.
Knowledge of International classing society rules (i.e. ABS, DNVGL) and standards (i.e. ISO 9001, IMO IMDG code)
Candidates must be flexible to travel to other offices, shipyards and offshore for extended periods when required.

Halliburton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


2600 South 2nd St, Duncan, Oklahoma, 73533, United States

Job Details

Requisition Number: 56631
Experience Level: Experienced Hire
Job Family: Engineering/Science/Technology
Product Service Line: Production Enhancement
Full Time / Part Time: Full Time

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