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Turnaround Event Manager

BP International Ltd
Contract Type
Expiry Date
18/07/2018 15:48:00
We are a global energy business involved in every aspect of the energy system. We have 75,000 employees in 80 countries, working towards delivering light, heat and mobility to millions of people, every day.

Job Description

The Turnaround (TAR) Event Manger is accountable for the Safety, Quality, Reliability, Cost and Schedule of assigned TAR(s).


  • Accountable for leading the Turnaround Common Process (TCP) process for assigned TARs, communicating and tracking teams progress against TCP milestones to ensure good Front End Loading (FEL).
  • Responsible for completing all activities detailed in the Turnaround Common Process (TCP) that the TAR Event Manager is held Responsible/Accountable and to which the TAR Superintendent and TPE is a Responsible/Contributor (per the TCP/NaviTrack RACI matrix).
  • Responsible in accordance with the TCP to create the Design Making Package (DSPs) and to obtain all required approvals as required.
  • Accountable for the creation, review and updates to the TAR Risk Register.
  • Accountable for communication with TAR Management and Area Steering Team members statuses, risks and challenges
  • Accountable for internal and external reviews as required by the TCP.
  • Accountable for the development and mentoring of new direct report TAR Superintendents and TAR Project Engineers.

Appraise Stage Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the development of the TAR Objectives Document. These goals and objectives are in the areas of HSSE, Schedule, Cost, Availability and Production/Commercial operation, including associated risks for the TAR.
  • Accountable for the development and communication of the FEL Schedule.
  • Accountable for the creation of the FEL Organization.

Select/Define Stage

  • Accountable for Select Stage Frozen worklist and Scope Optimization process to ensure TAR scope is aligned with TAR Objectives document.
  • Accountable for the creation and accuracy of the Select Stage estimate and schedule based on Select Stage worklist.
  • Responsible for approving (within the approval limits laid out by those procedures) EWO/COs, Accounting Changes, and Delay Forms.
  • Accountable for the review, approval, and implementation of all what if Scenarios.
  • Accountable for Contracts in place per the TCP Milestones.
  • Accountable for the creation of the TAR Execution Organization Chart.
  • Accountable for the creation of the TAR Execution Plan.

Execute Stage

  • Accountable for the health and safety of all TAR mechanical personnel, TAR security and the environmental performance of mechanical work for the TAR.
  • Accountable for delivering cost against the Select Stage estimate, plus change orders and Select Stage oil to oil duration.
  • Accountable for monitoring the TAR schedule, identifying any issues and implementing recovery plans where needed.
  • Accountable for ensuring that contractors and BP personnel follow Quality Control procedures as defined by the BP Quality Manual.

Operate Stage

  • Accountable for scheduling and facilitating a Post TAR Critique meeting.
  • Accountable for determining the required course of action required to resolve all issues identified in the Post Tar Critique Meeting.
  • Accountable for the Final TAR Close-Out Report

  • Bachelor of Science, Engineering, Engineering Technology or Construction Management, or 15+ years of Project Management experience leading cross-functional teams to desired results.

  • 8 or more years in refining, petrochemical, or utility plant w/ BS Engineering, Engineering Technology, or Construction Management, or
  • 15 or more years of Project Management experience and demonstrated advancement capability in refining, petrochemical, or utility plant
BP International Ltd