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Our team is currently looking for an Offshore Logistics Coordinator I (Night Shift) for a client in the Energy Industry to serve as logistics interface between Logistics Manager/Lead and Contractor organization to ensure logistics execution.
Education and Certifications:
BS in Engineering, Construction Management, or other technical degree.
5 years’ experience in logistics planning and execution, construction, safety, and procurement.
Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, and volume.
Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.
Willing to business travel (domestic/overseas) to project sites to provide functional support.
Interface with and influence project disciplines to ensure logistics/materials management considerations are included in design and project plan.
Develop an understanding of local transport and in-country logistics capabilities and capacities.
Develop logistics elements of bid requirements, monitor KPIs, and coordinate progress reporting and materials management requirements.
Interface with Contractors to ensure safety, quality, availability, and reliability of logistics execution.
Qualify and endorse Contractor equipment and services.
Identify, qualify, and endorse vendor support infrastructure.
Ensure that the EPC Contractor has issued necessary Purchase Order (POs) in accordance with the published project schedule and Required on Site (ROS) dates and that the EPC Contractor verifies that the vendor has received and agrees to comply with the PO terms.
Ensure that any changes to the Purchase Order terms are validated through the Project Management Team (PMT).
Ensure that the EPC issues a weekly report showing the status of all POs issued to date paying particular attention to ROS dates and Project Schedule. This report will show transport, receiving, customs clearing, storage and issuing of materials to the line-item level. It will also show all exemption or exceptions and rejected materials.
Ensure all materials received are stored in a safe and secure facility and that the preservation code addressed in the PO has been applied.
Reports all Overage, Shortage and Damaged (OS&D) of the received materials to the PMT.
Create a file and maintain adequate records of each major transaction/shipment/PO.