UKCSJob Reference - J8556

Lead Cost Estimator

Our Client, a prestigious Oil and Gas Operator, investing in high quality production and development opportunities whilst maintaining exposure to upside value from successful exploration are currently seeking a Lead Cost Estimator for a contract position in the UKCS. The role and its responsibilities will include, but are not limited to the following:- A proven track record within the discipline of Cost Estimator working directly for Oil and Gas Operating Companies is a prerequisite for this position. This role will report to the Project Services Manager and providing support to the wider project team. Experience of working on high profile international campaigns would be highly advantageous when applying for this role. Candidates must be experienced in quality reporting, work closely with project teams. The responsibilities will include maintaining the cost estimating database. Provide all cost estimating, cost engineering as well as planning and scheduling. Support review of contractors FEED cost estimates. The successful candidate must have extensive experience of applying cost estimating techniques to the management of large oil and gas projects. The role invites applications from candidates having previous exposure to working on large scale industry Oil & Gas projects, FPSO activities as well being familiar with Subsea and Drilling activities. Applications are invited preferably from Degree / HND / HNC qualified candidates. The role will involve supporting junior personnel at all times. Adopt the correct HSE standards as well as Company Mission/ Vision, and Client policies as set out by the Client. Applications are invited from applicants whom have the right to work in the UK and are fluent in both written and verbal English. Contract role based in London. 12 month duration. Please submit your CV quoting reference J8556 clearly stating your availability.


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