Deputy Fabrication Manager | Taiwan | Offshore Wind
Client-side responsibility for the fabrication of more than 30 offshore wind turbine jacket structures reporting to the Foundation Package Manager; Initially located in the clients office in Taipei with regular travel to the main jacket fabricator's yard and associated sub-contractors in southern Taiwan. During fabrication period to be site-based at main fabrication yard.
1. Strong focus on health and safety performance of the main contractor and it's supply chain to high industry best practice and performance is achieved at all times.
2. Assurance of on-time delivery of jacket fabrication for offshore windfarm projects up to and including load-out onto the transportation spread;
3. Employer activities within the fabrication Inspection & Test Plan to ensure compliance with the technical specification and standards;
4. Authorized representative towards the selected fabrication contractor for contractual, technical, QHSE and financial matters;
5. Production, ownership, and execution of the Jacket Fabrication Management Plan
6. Developing and leading a focused fabrication management team consisting of fabrication managers and quality inspectors;
7. Providing support to package and contract managers using Microsoft office applications to deliver high quality reporting and effective contract administration;
8. Planning and coordinating of QHSE readiness and execution phase audits and inspections
9. Technical lead in managing delivery of the employer's requirements including concession and variation requests;
10. Management of as-built documentation and handover to project.
If you are interested please contact Bailey Driver on
442038547026 or email me [email protected]
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