About this role
You’ll spend most of your time in Paris working on a 12 month contract with the potential for renewal.
You will be responsible for monitoring the overall performance of the Supply Chain processes, improving the quality and value of services delivered by the C&P entity and resolving any issues that arise within Contracts & Procurement.
You will liaise with legal, insurance and accounting entities in order to ensure that operations are optimised and in line with company ethics and procedures.
This is a huge LNG project, but you won’t be alone.
Working closely with the Contracts & Procurement Director, and supervising a number of Contracts Engineers, you will develop strategies to improve Contract performance and Supplier relationships.
You’ll be boosted by around 10 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry and 5 years’ focusing on a Contracts & Procurement position.
This is a huge LNG project and so previous LNG experience is required, preferably for a global oil and gas operator or EPC.
Degree wise there is some flexibility, but you’ll likely hold a degree in Project Management or an Engineering related field.
As the job location is in Paris, French speaking and writing skills would be a bonus.
You will also be familiar with C&P Tools such as SAP to assist you with your day-to-day activities.
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- Vacancy number: PUB241654
- Location: Paris
- Market: Energy
- hours per week: 40
- Branch: Oil & Gas
- Education level: Academic Bachelor
- Area of Expertise: Project Management & Services
- Closing date: Monday, January 6, 2020
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