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Fabric Maintenance Co-ordinator



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The primary purpose of the Fabric Maintenance Coordinator is to plan and implement all fabric maintenance (FM), activity on the asset. This includes responsibility for all aspects of fabric condition; coatings, passive Fire Protection (PFP), insulation / Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI), tertiary equipment etc. including carrying out QA/QC inspection of vendor work.

The FM Coordinator is accountable for preparing and forecasting budgets, cost control and reporting, managing all aspects of the FM contractor on-site and managing work within the planning process. Functionally reporting to the Fabric Maintenance Supervisor they are responsible for the safe execution of agreed scope to cost and schedule.

The Role

In this role you will define, manage and control the fabric maintenance budget, ensuring fabric maintenance programmes are included in the annual and long range plan and are fully supported by appropriate budget and resource requirements. Managing the FM contractor to ensure the effective implementation of all fabric maintenance and scaffold and scaffold work scopes is vital as is working with the asset integrity engineers to develop the asset FM programme and ensure work is scheduled within the maintenance management system. You will work with contractors to ensure safe and effective implementation of all fabric maintenance work scopes and contribute to the development and implementation of a fabric maintenance strategy to maintain assets in a safe and reliable condition, and is appropriate to the asset life cycle.

To ensure continuous review and improvement of fabric maintenance processes, procedures, standards, specifications and work practices e.g. coating, PFP and insulation specifications appropriate for asset remaining life; defined life repairs, tertiary equipment strategies etc is key as is ensuring safe and timely implementation of fabric maintenance programmes in accordance with asset integrated activity plans (90 day and 28 day).

You will measure performance via Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s), to demonstrate regulatory and internal compliance and measurement of ‘risk’ Ensure projects / MOC’s (new / modified equipment), are completed to the required fabric maintenance ‘standard’, and that new projects incorporate fabric maintenance requirements and industry best practice.

The Person

For this role you must have extensive operational knowledge of the upstream or other high hazard industry, ideally with experience of aging assets and the challenges posed by aged fabric condition and significant experience within asset integrity and fabric maintenance; surface preparation of live equipment, coatings, insulation and PFP systems

You will be educated to degree level or equivalent e.g. HND/HNC plus relevant vocational certificates and hold NACE coating inspector Level 3 with an Institute of Corrosion fireproofing and insulation certificate.

An industry professional you will be a member of relevant professional body e.g. NACE, ICorr etc. with track record of continuous professional development e.g. Chartered / Incorporated / Associated Engineer and be conversant with UK regulatory environment and awareness of HSE reports e.g. KP3 & 4.

We need someone who demonstrates visible leadership; carries out frequent personal and process safety oriented site visits which engage the workforce and contractors and who listens, actively seeking early warnings, for this you will need strong communication and networking skills.

Also required is an overall understanding of the entire chain integration including design, procurement, construction, operation, maintenance, inspection, testing and repair etc, effective financial management of budget and costs and to be a visible advocate of knowledge sharing and continuous improvement.

Offshore trips will be required so relevant certificates will be needed.

The Company

Spirit Energy is one of Europe’s top independent oil & gas exploration and production companies. It was formed by a joint venture in 2017 between Centrica’s Exploration & Production business and Bayerngas Norge.

The independent company was formed to combine a complementary mix of producing and development assets, and creates a robust, self-financing business to allow both organic and inorganic growth

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To request an update on this role, or if you have any problems uploading your CV please email ian.fisher1@centrica.com typing ‘Update required: Fabric Maintenance Co-ordinator  R9944230’ in the subject title.

Agencies: Centrica operate a preferred supplier arrangement, however if you wish to be considered at the next review session please submit a brief overview of your capability to PSL@centrica.com.