AberdeenJob Reference - J9253

Onshore Drilling Materials Coordinator

Our Client, proud to be a Company that provides energy and water to communities around the world, are currently seeking an Onshore Drilling Materials
Co-ordinator for a Contract PAYE position for a project in the UKCS. The role and its responsibilities shall include, but are not limited to the following:

A robust and proven track record working as an Onshore DMC within the UKCS, having worked directly for Oil & Gas Operators is required to be in a position to apply for this role.
Extensive experience of onshore Drilling Operations within a materials function is required from the successful candidates.
The Client are looking for applications from candidates with a full understanding of drilling, completion and well intervention equipment.
Experience of working with equipment in relation to all well servicing operations including interventions, hydraulic workovers, LWIV vessels and DSV's as required by the Client and to meet the needs of the project.
The successful incumbent will liaise with the Drilling Superintendent and both onshore and offshore teams ensuring that the equipment and materials arrive on time.
Responsibilities shall include review of the daily look ahead reports, creating purchase orders, checking invoices, return of rental equipment, liaising with cost controllers and cost analysts.
Reporting directly to the Drilling Superintendent, Operations Engineer and Drilling Supervisors assigned to this project.
Experience of Well Abandonment campaigns would be highly advantageous as this is a Well Abandonment project for the Client.
Weekend duty rota will be required within the capacity of this role.

All candidates must have the Right To Work in the UK as no sponsorship is available for this vacancy.
Please submit your CV quoting reference J9253 stating your availability and Day Rate To Man (DRTM) expectations.

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