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Our client is a unique and sustainable Canadian integrated energy company. Their business model is based on strategically developing energy resources to meet growing consumer demands reliably and efficiently. They are recognized as being one of the best companies in Canada providing tremendous future potential where talented people thrive.

Primary Responsibilities

Overall management of the Stage 3 central facilities construction contractors.
Leadership for environment, health and safety performance on behalf of Major Projects at the site.
Overall responsibility for construction indirect budget and achievement of cost and schedule objectives for the project.

Interface with the Stage 3 Commissioning and Start Up team.
Maintain an engaged construction management team that is aligned with the company’s values, beliefs and demonstrate commitment to operational excellence.
Provide co-leadership and direction to up to 120 assigned staff.
Provide support and input to all significant aspects of site administration including, but not limited to:

  • Camp/aviation
  • Field purchasing and contracts
  • Receiving
  • Quality Assurance
  • Field engineering
  • Labour relations
  • Aboriginal and Community relations


Over 15 years of total experience including overall responsibility for several large projects ($100 million plus) in the oil and gas sector.

Knowledgeable of all aspects of a central plant construction program, including civil, foundations, buildings, piping, mechanical equipment, electrical and instrumentation.

Experience with bitumen processing facilities or fixed plant construction.

Northern remote location experience is required.

Must have experience dealing with aboriginal and community relations.

Previous experience working and interfacing with home office engineering disciplines and procurement (total project team of 100+ people).

Experience in construction based on 3-D model platforms is helpful but not necessary.

This position is based at an in-situ operation site, which is a remote site located Port Harcourt, Nigeria

Work Schedule is 6 weeks on and 2 weeks off.
When you join this company, you’re signing on with a dynamic leader that has built a solid foundation for both business and employee success through a ‘total rewards’ approach to compensation – both monetary and non-monetary. Providing a flexible package that can be adjusted to suit the changing needs of your life, which includes:

• Competitive Base Salary and Compensation Programs
• Attractive Annual Incentive Program
• Flexible Benefits Package
• Rewarding Pension & Savings Plans

This position requires at three to four international travel.

Please email your resume to: quoting Job Reference

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