BSc/MSc. in Engineering / Economics / Management or equivalent education
Expertise and deep competence in Cost Engineering discipline, tools and methods (e.g. EVM)
General knowledge of a range of the other project control and project management disciplines
Minimum 10 years of relevant experience in Projects
Good knowledge of SAP, PIMS, EcoSys, Microsoft Office, Power BI
Strong digital competence and interes
Technical understanding and broad exposure to full life cycle projects in the industry is an advantage
Experience form operator companies
Self-starter with a strong delivery focus and excellent problem solving and analytical skills
Ability to organize and prioritize work and meet deadlines.
Good communication and interpersonal skills
Team player with strong ability to collaborate to enhance effectiveness and share knowledge
Able to “speak data” and utilize digital technology and translate it into more efficient work processes and higher productivity
Able to identify improvement areas and willing to take the lead when challenges occur. Continuously seeks ways to do things better, faster, more efficiently.
Responsibilities and work tasks:
Responsible for all Project Cost Engineering deliveries within the integrated project(s) for all project phases from DG0 to DG4
Responsible for accurate and consistent Cost tracking and Cost Management in EcoSys
(Pro)Actively propose improvement of EcoSys system functionality and cost engineering process
Develop and maintain the quality of project specific WBS/CBS in accordance with corporate standard WBS methodology
Responsible for transfer of the Estimate into Control Budget (MCE) and be able to explain basis for cost estimates, estimate and baseline assumptions
Responsible for close cooperation with Alliance Project Teams to capture, understand, control and trend changes and impact of changes to Alliance MLCs and integrated project EAC
Responsible to integrate project cost data from all delivery lines project (Asset, Pre-Ops, Reservoir, D&W, Facilities)
Responsible for project cost forecasting and variance analysis vs MCE/CCE, previous forecasts, VOWD
Apply and explain impact of change of corporate assumptions to project VOWD, EAC.
Participate in project change management by reviewing scope changes, assessing impacts of project changes on project cost. Maintain project cost change register in accordance with applicable procedures.
Develop, implement and manage contingency drawdown plan, provide visual reports to PM
Correlate cost data with other project controls data (schedules, manpower, productivity etc), investigate variances, prepare analysis, highlight inconsistencies and propose mitigating actions.
Read and acquire a thorough working knowledge of relevant documents such as (but not limited to) articles of project contracts and MLC agreements, PEP, PDO, SOW. Seek clarification from others in the project team
Provide data to Corporate memory and benchmarking, project close-out report. Compare final outcome with MCE and CCEs
Responsible for managing accruals, cash flow input, invoice handling, preparation of requisitions
Provide input to risk management, change management, quality management
Present cost status and cost reports in meetings
Support PCL/PM/PSM with ad-hoc requests
Actively participate in Cost Management networks and improvement initiatives