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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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