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Offshore Installation Manager
Sep 29, 2017
Salary: Negotiable
Experience 10.0-15.0 years
Job Category Management Jobs
Employment Type permanent
Industry Petrochemical,Oil & Gas,Offshore
Skill Business management skills including business planning, budgeting, operations, and economic analysis
Role Offshore Installation Manager Jobs
Designation Manager
Education B.Tech/B.E
No. of vacancies 1
About Company

In 1967, we pioneered commercial development of Canada's oil sands – one of the largest petroleum resource basins in the world. Since then, Suncor has grown to become a globally competitive integrated energy company with a balanced portfolio of high-quality assets, a strong balance sheet and significant growth prospects. Across our operations, we intend to achieve production of one million barrels of oil equivalent per day.

Near Fort McMurray, Alta., in the Athabasca region, Suncor extracts and upgrades oil sands into high-quality, refinery-ready crude oil products and diesel fuel.

Across Canada and in Colorado, Suncor markets the company's refined products to industrial, commercial and retail customers. In Canada, our network of more than 1,450 Petro-Canada stations is one of the most customer-recognized, top-volume retailers in the country. We have refineries in Edmonton, Alta.; Sarnia, Ont.; Montreal, Que.; and Commerce City, Colo. Our Lubricants business is the largest producer of quality lubricant base stocks in Canada, with customers worldwide.

In Western Canada, across the East Coast of Canada and internationally, Suncor explores for, develops and produces conventional oil and natural gas – from both onshore and offshore developments.

Job Description

  • Make decisions for all key offshore activities and processes, including emergency response, health and welfare of the individuals on board, and safe, efficient and environmentally responsible operations
  • Plan and prepare TN's yearly operational offshore budget of about $80 million
  • Be the primary lead and coordinate all activities within the field
  • Ensure production, gas injection, gas lift and water injection rates are optimized according to given production plans
  • Ensure discharges to air and water are within regulatory limits and company targets
  • Minimize interface issues and negative short and long term impacts
  • Provide leadership and mentorship for our unionized workforce offshore
  • Oversee all shut down and start-up procedures
  • Required Qualifications
  • Experience and Education:
  • 10 or more years of progressive experience in the petro-chemical or oil and gas business, with exposure to offshore operations and significant start-up operations
  • Specific knowledge of the installation to support emergency response and safety management
  • Experience working with regulators, government authorities and community partners
  • Proven leadership experience, which includes developing and coaching individuals
  • Bachelor degree in Engineering is preferred, or a relevant technical discipline
  • Skills and Knowledge:
  • Demonstrated knowledge of industry standards, rules and regulations
  • Business management skills including business planning, budgeting, operations, and economic analysis
  • Deep understanding of technical aspects of oil and gas development or production activities
  • Strong computer skills, which includes the Microsoft Office suite and computerized maintenance management systems
  • You hold others accountable, and expect others to do the same
  • You constantly ask what could go wrong and check for out-of-the-ordinary conditions and learn to anticipate potential problems

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