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Jakarta based company with more than 32 years of experience in providing services to oil and gas industry and Geothermal in Indonesia. We are seeking for best candidates to fill the vacant position for our project at
CEPU BLOCK.



1. Regulatory & Permit Site Support (CP-A11)
RESPONSIBILITY AND DUTIES:
• Onsite representative for all environmental, regulatory and permitting issues.
• Coordinate ongoing efforts to identify and obtain various permits for EPC1 scope of work in a timely manner to comply with national, provincial and local (Indonesian) rules and regulations.
• Interface with the E&R functional group to support project activities and implement best practices and lessons learned.
• Work and participate with project team and functional group on preparation of project support documents, such as Environmental Management Plan (EMP), Waste Management Plan (WMP), Spill Prevention and Response Plans (SPRP), protection of surface water and other related studies for the project.
• Support in selecting third party consulting services with respect to Oil Spill Response Plan (OSRP) preparation and development in coordination with Functional group and Productions.
• Interface with project engineering and construction resources on project design and implementation details required to satisfy project permit and environmental requirements.
• Develop Environmental Standard – e.g. stream crossing, erosion control, etc.
• Coordinate development and submittal of EMCAPS deliverable for regulatory compliance plan (RCP) and environmental management plan (EMP) for project facilities.
• Supervise, monitor and review the plan of the implementation environmental protection measure according to RKL and RPL (environmental monitoring and management plan) during construction which is performed by third party environmental consultants.
• Interface and coordinate activities with E&R functional group, as appropriate, on preparation of permitting plans and government agencies/inspector interface.
• Review the RKL/RPL report for socioeconomic issue developed by EPC Contractor prior submitting to functional group in Development.
• Review and endorse EPC contractor environmental and regulatory documents and deliverables, as prescribed in project Coordination Procedure.
• Prepare project internal environmental and regulatory stewardship reports, as well as external reports required to satisfy Government or external financial institution conditions/requests.
• Assist project team, as appropriate, on the field inspection, special tasks and studies related to overall SH&E and permitting requirements.
• Support the E&R functional group on Regframe implementation and implement regular environmental compliance assessments as part of the OIMS requirements for the project.
• Ensure the implementation of the Upstream EMDC Environmental Standard is adhered to appropriately and align with Corporate Environmental guidance.
• Implement and assist training in environmental standard and technologies to EPC Contractor.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
• Broad technical and SH&E skills with basic understanding of project management and SH&E functional work processes.
• 5+ years broad-based experience preferred, in environmental compliance and impact mitigation related to oil and gas industry, processing and transportation, with prior experience in one or more SH&E-related disciplines.
• Process, and in particular SH&E and OIMS deliverable requirements.
• Knowledge of EMDC strategies and key business drivers.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills.
• Knowledge of EMCAPS.
• Adaptable to changing priorities.




2. Material Coordinator (CP-A12)
RESPONSIBILITY AND DUTIES:
Contracting:
1. Consult on Initial Logistics Contracting Strategy
2. Develop, Execute, and Administer Freight Forwarding Agreements
3. Develop, Execute, and Administer Customs Brokerage Agreements
4. Develop, Execute, and Administer Spare Parts Transportation Agreements
5. Develop, Execute, and Administer Long Lead Equipment Transportation Agreements
6. Develop, Execute and Administer Marine Service Agreements
7. Develop/Review Logistics Scope of Work
8. Communicate project specifications for equipment and material preservation, packing and handling

Freight Forwarding:
1. Identify and scope Freight Forwarding Requirements for the Project
2. Develop and Manage Work Orders related to Freight Forwarding for the Project
3. Identify and optimize cargo routings
4. Schedule cargo movements from origin to destination
5. Validate freight forwarding agreement invoices against goods received
6. Monitor Key Performance Indicators for freight forwarding service providers
7. Review and approve EPC Logistics Plans

Customs Clearance:
Establish policies and processes for Customs Clearance and Importation
Maintain country-specific import/export processes for physical movement and data flow of material within customs importation guidelines
Develop and Manage Customs Power of Attorney documents

SITE INFRASTRUCTURE/LOGISTICS IN HOST COUNTRY:
1. Conduct and evaluate route survey.
2. Identify and quantify infrastructure improvement opportunities that, unless corrected, could adversely impact the project schedule for delivery of equipment and materials at final destination.
3. Heavy Haul shipments up to 200MT.
4. Receiving, warehousing and issuance of material.
5. Sequencing of Spare Parts – Commissioning and 2 year Operating.
6. Work jointly with Construction to oversee module/structure transport in/out of fabrication yards.

MATERIALS MANAGEMENT:
1. Develop processes for physical movement of equipment and material as well as data flow.
2. Manage supply chain delivery between project and drilling.
3. Project material and equipment expediting.
4. Communicate project specifications for equipment and material preservation, packing and handling.
5. Manage material tracking "in transit" through receipt at job site.
6. Coordinate and monitor multiple EPC shipping requirements.
7. Confirm ship dates and cargo readiness dates.
8. Long Lead Equipment and Spare Parts Transportation.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
• 5 years of Procurement experience.
• Intermediate to Expert Equipment and Materials Logistics Skills including Contracts, Customs, Traffic, and Expediting.
• Strong analytical, leadership, negotiation and communication skills.
• BA/BS Preferred.

Daily direct procurement supervision will not be available when located overseas or rotating; therefore additional requirements are as follows:
• Must be a self-starter and able to work in a virtual organization.
• Ability to oversee and monitor EPC Contractor logistics activities including track/monitor key equipment and material movements.




3. Project Controls Engineer - Field Facilities (CP-A13)
RESPONSIBILITY AND DUTIES:
• Provide stewardship for Functional Support and monthly reporting.
• Review and monitor the Contractor s performance in the areas of cost estimating, scheduling and project control and provide input as necessary to make certain the Company s objectives are achieved.
• Provide timely review of cost and schedule impact of changes, modifications or alternatives by keeping abreast of engineering, procurement and construction activities and maintain project trend and change order logs.
• Prepare all required cost and schedule reports and provide project cost input into the Project Monthly Report.
• Prepare cost forecasts to ensure budget requirements are within project expectations and keep management aware of potential budget problems as early as possible.
• Review the contractor s procedures for estimating, scheduling and project controls and modify as necessary to meet the Company s needs.
• Assist in the preparation and review of EPC projects cost estimates and schedules and reconciliation s utilizing the Contractor s systems and personnel as required.
• Assist in the preparation of commercial terms and other documentations for the EPC bid packages.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
• Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Accounting.
• Good written and verbal communications skills.
• Good technical/business team skills, ability to work with others.
• Minimum of ten (10) years of broad experience in the areas of cost estimating, scheduling and project control and have at least five (5) years specific involvement in projects for major process facilities.
• Experience with Contractors and worldwide suppliers, in particular those involved in the construction of major onshore facilities.
• Experience with project control software programs such as Excel, Word, etc.




4. Civil Inspector (CP-A14)
RESPONSIBILITY AND DUTIES:
• Oversee civil/structural related construction activities (excavation, paving, etc.) performed by the Contractor or sub-contractors in assigned coverage area.
• Read and understand project design drawings and documents in order to obtain specific knowledge of project work scope.
• Ensure that all civil/structural related activities are performed safely and in compliance with project specifications, Company standards, and regulatory requirements.
• Ensure that all required civil/structural related inspections are performed properly.
• Maintain daily log of activities.
• Facilitate communication of civil related project execution issues the Project Team.
• Communicate with the Contractor and sub-contractors to ensure that the work is executed in accordance with project specifications, Company standards, and regulatory requirements.
• Identify and assess deviations to Contract Technical Specifications and regulatory requirements; ensure that such deviations will be processed according to project procedures, maintain Deviation Control Log.
• Assist in stewarding civil/structural queries from the Contractor and sub-contractors as well as technical information requests.
• Keep Project Team informed of civil/structural progress, deviations, and execution concerns.
• Provide input on contractor performance such as worker capabilities, training, qualifications, and staffing levels.
• Assist the Project Team in obtaining civil/structural related contract documents, including those referred to in the job specification.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
• Broad and extensive knowledge of:
- Industry design standards, specifications, codes, and appropriate safety criteria
- Onshore pipeline and valve station design, construction, and operations
• Bachelor of Science Degree in engineering.
• 10+ years of closely related professional experience, 5+ years inspecting civil/structural works.
• Strong organizational, management, and technical judgment skills.
• Ability to adapt to tight deadlines, heavy workloads, and frequent changes in priorities.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of software programs, Lotus Notes, etc.
• Read, write, and speak fluent English, especially as it applies to technical and business communications.




5. PJIT / Migas Inspection Coordinator (CP-A15)
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:
• Work closely with PT, PJIT, DJ-MIGAS, EPC Contractor and subcontractors to develop DJMIGAS and PJIT inspection, witness and hold points on Inspection and Test Plan (ITP).
• Ensure that all equipment and facilities requiring SKPP, SKKP or SKPI are certified by DJMIGAS.
• Obtain all required technical data to be reviewed by PJIT from EPC and PT and ensure that PJIT receive the data on timely manner.
• Develop DJ-MIGAS inspection schedule and arrange DJ-MIGAS and BPMIGAS (if required) visits for all DJ-MIGAS and PJIT inspection, witness and hold points.
• Prepare invitation letter to DJ-MIGAS and BPMIGAS to witness FAT, hydro test, SAT, commissioning/start-up, site inspection, etc.
• Accompany DJ-MIGAS, BPMIGAS and PJIT to witness FAT, hydro test, SAT, startup/ commissioning and other inspections.
• Ensure Berita Acara/Inspection Report is prepared for each inspection/visit and all findings are recorded and reported.
• Develop and manage Berita Acara/Inspection Report spreadsheet and expedite the closure of findings.
• Review databook for SKPP, SKKP, and SPKI with PT and PJIT for timely submission to DJMIGAS.
• Prepare any required presentation to DJ-MIGAS and BPMIGAS related to DJ-MIGAS inspection.
• Other non-routine work in Quality as requested by Supervisor.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
• BS in Mechanical Engineering is preferred, or an extensive degree of technical training and experience in the field of Quality inspection or DJ-MIGAS certification.
• Working knowledge of DJ-MIGAS Regulations and other Government of Indonesian Regulations required to obtain SKPP, SKKP and SKPI certificates of worthiness.
• Minimum 4 years of experience in DJ-MIGAS certification or minimum 3 years of experience in DJ-MIGAS certification with minimum 4 years of experience in Quality control/inspection.
• Minimum three (3) years experiences in inspection of piping system, equipment and facilities on major onshore or offshore project is preferred.
• Working knowledge of:
- Piping and pressure vessel codes and Quality standards (ASME section V, ASME section VIII, ASME section IX, ASME B31.3, B31.4, B31.8 and ISO 9001)
- Pipeline construction methods
- Piping, Isometrics and Shop Drawings
- Indonesian National Standard (SNI)
• Knowledge of piping, instrumentation, and electrical equipment (generator, transformer, switch gear, etc.) and their function/running test.
• Well versed in safe work practices.
• Good oral and written English communication skills - report writing, invitation letter and presentation skills.
• Good computer skills – Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point.




6. Site Staff Admin (CP-A16)
RESPONSIBILITY AND DUTIES:
Safety:
• Conduct Safety Induction for visitors
• Participate in the office safety program, basic first aid responder
• Ensure work is conducted in a safe and efficient manner and that a high level of safety awareness exists in the office environment

Controls:
• Performs and records inventory management of office supplies, safety award purchases
• Maintains office records/files per Management Protection of Information guidelines
• Prepares expense statements
• Reviews/check and maintains records of staff contractor time sheets and expense reports
• Maintains and monitors group vacation records

Execution:
• Perform administration work for manager and site team
• Maintain MPI protocol when administering sensitive information
• Coordinates the overall administrative activities in providing efficient and effective office support services for the execution team
• Support development of management presentations for internal and external audiences
• Draft routine memos and reports
• Administers all inbound / outbound mail, filing system, phone receptions
• Provides secretarial functions relating to invoices, personnel work orders, immigration, expense reporting.
• Serve as a liaison with Human Resources (HR) to organize newcomers/visitors work permits/visas
• Report payroll to HR (EM employees only) and maintain vacation records
• Post Time-writing job numbers, monitor entries, ensure group members enter data, provide assistance as needed
• Provide organization, planning, and administration of teambuilding and special work team arrangements, update team members list
• Arrange travel, accommodation arrangements for VIPs and visitors
• Coordinate with other secretaries regarding reports, appointments, etc.
• Carry out administration tasks, such as:
- Assist with meeting arrangements
- Make travel bookings, conference arrangements, and events arrangements
- Prepare letters, memos, presentations, faxes
- Perform clerical and general office duties, word processing, record and files maintenance, mail distribution, and telephone reception
- Copying, distribution, and shipping
- Prepare and submit expense accounts
- Process and maintain files for calling card, wireless, and pager orders
- Prepare and submit business card/stationary orders for group members

Systems:
• Travel Tracking: Records personnel travel movement/booking via PTS
• Vacation and Out of Office Tracking: Records and maintains execution team records.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
COMPETENCIES
• Computing: Strong user of Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Excel. Microsoft access, Visio, Time-writing, EXTRA, and SHARP timekeeping system and Good computing skills.
• Interpersonal: Strong interpersonal skills required. Ability to interface with internal and external parties. Team player capable of working with multi-national staff, 3rd Party Contractors and all levels of EMOI and MCL management.
• Office Management: Good organizational skills, filing, document tracking, travel management.
• Communication: Excellent English communication skills.
• Extensive knowledge of e-mail system.

QUALIFICATIONS
• 5-years working for a large company in office administration, hotel or airlines.
• SAP experience desirable.

MANDATORY GUIDELINES/DOCUMENTATION
• Familiar with Business Travel Guidelines.
• Familiar with account code / DOAG Guidelines.
• Familiar with P&GMs.
• Familiar with Company MPI Guidelines.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
• Required to work independently with little supervision. Able to communicate in both English and Bahasa Indonesia.
• Must be willing to live and work in a remote site environment.




7. Environment, Regulatory & Socioeconomic Advisor (CP-A17)
RESPONSIBILITY AND DUTIES:
1. Coordinate ongoing effort to obtain various permits for EPC3&4 scope of work in a timely fashion in order to remain in compliance with National, Province, and Local regulations.
2. Interface with the MCL functional groups as necessary to access timely support for project activities, identify/implement best practices and lessons learned.
3. Work with MCL PMT and Functional groups to support development of documents such as oil spill response plan and waste management plan.
4. Interface with project engineering and construction to ensure environmental and regulatory compliance.
5. Coordinate development and submittal of EMCAPS regulatory compliance and environmental management plans for project facilities.
6. Work with consultants, as necessary, to prepare and submit requisite environmental, regulatory and socioeconomic impact assessments.
7. Interface and coordinate activities with MCL functional groups, as appropriate, to develop and implement appropriate plans for interfacing with Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO s) and Government agencies.
8. Review and advise PMT about EPC contractor s environmental, regulatory and socio economic documents and deliverables, as prescribed in project Coordination Procedure.
9. Prepare project internal environmental, regulatory and socio economic stewardship reports, as well as external reports required to satisfy Government or external financial institution conditions/requests.
10. Assist project team, as appropriate, on special tasks and studies related to overall Environmental and Regulatory permitting requirements, and community affairs at shore tie-in and offshore work sites.
11. Develop amicable relationships to facilitate open communication and transparency in processes and procedures with various Government offices (BPMIGAS, SeaCom, etc) that are responsible for issuing recommendations and approvals for regulatory and environmental permits.
12. Work closely with ITS to exploit full benefits of the work scope for which ITS has been contracted.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
• Broad project management, technical and SH&E skills with good understanding of working in a project setting and an ability to interact amicably with various external stakeholders.
• 5+ years broad-based experience preferred, with prior experience in one or more related disciplines (i.e. Environmental, Regulatory and Socio Economic).
• Knowledge of EMCAPS process, and in particular SH&E deliverable requirements.
• Knowledge of EMDC strategies and key business drivers.
• Good interpersonal and communication skills in English and Bahasa Indonesia. Ability to speak Javanese is an additionally desirable attribute.
• Adaptable to changing priorities as focus of activity is expected to vary between the three disciplines.
• Willingness to undertake business travel and/or field based short term assignments.
• Ability to interact proactively in the Project s interest, with EPC contractor, local Government offices and local community in East Jawa province.




8. Cost & Schedule Engineering (CP-A18)
RESPONSIBILITY AND DUTIES:
• Provides overall project cost, schedule, estimating, progress measurement and change management leadership and expertise.
• Review the contractor s procedures for estimating, scheduling and change control and modify as necessary to meet the Company s needs.
• Participates in kick-off meetings with contractor and PMT to ensure common understanding of cost, schedule, estimating, and change management requirements.
• Coordinate, monitor and assess contractors efforts in project controls and lead site office project control meetings.
• Ensures that appropriate project control tools are being used by the contractor in the management of the contract.
• Conduct briefing sessions for project team members with respect to project control requirements and processes.
• Steward contractor s project control organization with respect to:
- Working with company s guidelines and contract requirements
- Achieving OIMS requirements
- Appropriate project tools are being used to assist in the management of the contract
- Project cost and schedule deliverables and relative timings
- Change control
- Estimating, including management of controls estimate
- Contract requirements for cost and schedule control and reporting
• Advise contractor s organization with respect to:
- Project controls tools and reports
- Contractor s effort in cost, schedule estimating and change control
• Provide timely review of cost and schedule impact of changes, modifications or alternatives by keeping abreast of engineering, procurement and construction activities and maintain project metrics, input into monthly reports, trend, critical path reporting and change order logs. Verify weekly and monthly progress.
• Prepare all required cost and schedule reports and provide project cost input into Project Monthly Report.
• Prepare cost forecast to insure budget requirements are within project expectations and keep management aware of potential budget problems as early as possible.
• Administer all changes in work and keep a running record of the effect on total project cost and schedule.
• Participate in gathering and recording lessons learned for the project.
• Cooperate with IPR teams and post audit activities with respect to project services functions.
• Assist in the preparation of commercial terms and other documentations for the EPC bid packages.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
• Thorough and extensive knowledge of: Project controls principles, theories and concepts.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Engineering Technology.
5+ years of cost and schedule experience with a relatively uniform mix of cost and schedule controls achievements.
Prior overseas experience with Engineering and procurement phase of capital projects.
Upstream/Offshore/Engineering, Procurement and construction experience.
Experience with project control software programs such as Microsoft office Profession Suite of software programs, Lotus notes and scheduling software (Primavera, etc).
Good written and verbal communications skills.
Good technical/business team skills, ability to work with others.
Read, write and speak fluent English at a professionally competent level whether dealing with technical or commercial issues.
Willing to work overseas in a team environment.




9. Civil / Structural Inspector – Infrastructure Facilities (CP-A19)
RESPONSIBILITY AND DUTIES:
• Oversee inspection of structural activities conducted at contractors and sub-contractors facilities.
• Coordinate with other structural.
• Review original material certificates for compliance to codes and specifications.
• Ensure testing, measuring, welding, and NDE equipment is fully calibrated and has current certification.
• Ensure storage and use of welding consumables is per manufacture s recommendations and full certification.
• Review Contractor s field inspection and test reports.
• Verify fabrication fit-up, alignment, and dimensional tolerances.
• Review welder qualifications certifications, and attend welder qualification.
• Verify Contractor, Subcontractor Quality management systems, plans, procedures, and processes are in place.
• Implement Cepu project Construction Surveillance Program.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
• Working Knowledge of:
- Piping and pressure vessel codes and quality standards (E.g. AWS D1.1, CSA B51, ASME Section III, ASME B31.3, and ISO 9001)
- Piping fabrication methods
- Welding processes and NDE techniques including evaluation methods
- Piping, Isometrics and shop Drawings
• Trained to authorize work permits (e.g. hot work, confined space, etc).
• Good oral and written English language skills.
• Well versed in safe work practices.
• Demonstrated ability to communicate in multiple languages.
• Minimum fifteen (15) years experience in inspection of piping systems on major onshore construction projects.
• Skills and experience in the development of commissioning and start-up budget.
• Skills and experience in the development of manpower and vendor support mobilization/demobilization plan and schedules, and the development of lists of required commissioning and start-up spares, consumables, first-fills, special tools, temporary equipment, etc.

Qualifications:
• Bachelor degree in a related field is preferable and is a plus.
• Certificates in planning and budgeting from recognized institutions are preferable.

Skills:
• Advance skill in project planning with Primavera and MS Project is a must.
• Advance skill in the computer application software required in the project (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc) is a must.
• Advance skills in project estimating and budgeting is a must.




10. AMDAL Monitoring Reporting Advisor (CP-A20)
RESPONSIBILITY AND DUTIES:
Assist the Environmental Coordinator in establishing and developing the project s Environmental and Socio Economic Management Manual (ESMM), Environmental Management Plan (EMP), and Environmental Business Plan (EBP).
Assist the Environmental Coordinator planning additional environmental studies and assessments needed to establish the Environmental and Socioeconomic Management System.
Monitor the implementation of methods and procedures aimed at implementing the approved AMDAL and its associated RKL and RPL documents in order to ensure that company policies and regulatory requirements/obligations are complied with.
Devise an AMDAL/RKL/RPL monitoring report format and schedule and communicate these to the PMT and other appropriate project-associated parties.

Establish a documentation system internal concerning AMDAL/RKL/RPL implementation and performance.
As necessary, interface with the EMDC Functional organization regarding the project s AMDAL/RKL/RPL implementation and performance.
Provide environmental input and advice to the PMT as well as to the project s Contractors.
Facilitate environmental compliance assessments at the direction of the Development Manager/Senior Project Manager.
Oversee the effort to obtain required permits/license/approvals related to environmental projects/programs in coordination with the project s Regulatory Group.
Provide advice regarding environmental programs/initiatives or community events conducted by the government, NGOs, and other institutions in the project area.
Participate in the preparation of the AMDAL and UKL/UPL studies related to environmental topics.
Prepare environmental compliance status and permit/license/approval stewardship documents for review.
Assist in the implementation and management of OIMS processes and procedures concerning environmental requirements.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, AND EXPERIENCES:
Eduction Level: Minimum S1
Degree major: Scientist or engineer (environmental scientist/engineer preferred or an individual with demonstrable environmental experience)
Language Skills: English and Bahasa Indonesia
Total years experience: 2-3 years (preferably in the natural resources oil and gas, mining development field)

Technical Skills:
1. Working knowledge of the AMDAL process as it relates to environmental studies, planning, program creation and implementation, environmental monitoring, and performance reporting.
2. Experience related to establishing an Environmental and Socioeconomic Management and Documentation System.
3. Working knowledge in the areas of socioeconomics and health.
4. Excellent computer skills including Lotus Notes, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft word and Microsoft PowerPoint.




Please send your application to recruitment@supraco.com with detailed resume and recent photograph and put job title name and code on subject email.
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