Bachelor (EQF 6), Master (EQF 7)
Energy is a fundamental basic need of our society. Fossil fuels, including oil, are an essential source of energy and will remain so until renewable energies have the capacity to meet the growing demand for energy. Nearly 5,000 SBMers globally are proud to design, build and operate floating facilities that produce more than 1% of the world’s oil. We do it in the safest, most affordable, and most sustainable way. And we continuously strive to reduce emissions, in line with our emissionZEROTM program.
As a leader in floating technologies for the oil and gas industry, we recognize the significant importance of climate change and the growing need for renewable energy. We invest in products and services that enable the transition towards renewable energy, with a focus on Floating Offshore Wind, Wave Energy, and Carbon Capture and Storage. In addition, we also develop Smart Digital Services to improve and support everything we do.
Oceans play a central role in producing the energy of today and of tomorrow. We work together with the world’s leading energy companies to make that happen. We act responsibly and ethically so that communities where we operate benefit from our presence and activities.
We are committed to sharing our experience to deliver safe, sustainable, and affordable energy from the oceans for generations to come.
We are Energy. Committed.
Project Regulatory Manager
Conduct all activities in a safe and efficient manner in accordance with the company’s policies and procedures, ensuring the welfare of personnel and the protection of assets and the environment at all times.
Ensure all personnel in the team are fully versed and compliant with the organization’s safety procedures and values.
The Regulatory Manager will focus on the successful project delivery of FPSO systems:
- Define, maintain and expedite the Actions on the Regulatory Obligations Register;
- Coordinate closeout of Class design review and Class survey findings;
- Liaise with the Project Quality Manager and Package Engineers Engineer on certification (Class, Ex, Materials) closeout issues;
- Closeout all Coastal State, Flag State, Class, MWS and Third Party compliance issues, and liaise with the Quality team;
- Identify status and compile Regulatory Authorizations required by Coastal State, Flag State, Port State, Class, MWS and Third Party regulators in relation to the project delivery scope;
- Ensure effective action tracking, reporting and proactive closeout;
- Ensure certification interfaces/requirements between FPSO contractors are incorporated where required, to achieve objectives;
- Demonstrate and encourage empathetic team work as a member of a culturally diverse organization;
- Develop and implement strategies to foster appreciation and ownership of Regulatory issues across the project;
- Support Package Managers and others Manager across the project regarding Regulatory issues;
- Understanding of legislation relevant to offshore floating oil and gas production activities;
- Knowledge and experience with regulatory compliance processes in the oil and gas industry, including obtaining authorizations;
- Working knowledge of upstream technologies – FSO, FPSO, semisubmersibles, project engineering and project management processes.
- To lead and manage FPSO and Project regulatory requirement stemming from regulatory bodies (Local Authorities, Flag State, Class, etc) from EPC, transportations, until handing over to Operations Department;
- Lead and manage the execution of the Regulatory Matrix, including permitting and other deliverables for FPSO and Project;
- Lead and Manage the Project Regulatory Team;
- Review, identify and implement regulatory requirement for inclusion into project design, specification and project activities;
- Attend PMT meetings and report progress to Project Manager, Planner and Client;
- Interface with Local authorities, PMT disciplines / Functions and client representatives for acquisition of permits, licenses and consents;
- Formulate and execute Regulatory Compliance Execution Plan and Regulatory Matrix
- Maintain project regulatory folders;
- Establish and make available Project library for applicable Local authorities and Class requirement;
- Conduct regular workshops with Class and Project disciplines to address open comments
- Interface with project team, Class surveyors to address class punches;
- Handle and fulfil Class document review requirements;
- Initiate preparation of all Class required Manuals and Plans as per regulatory compliance matrix;
- Liaise with Class vendor coordinator to monitor equipment and modules' certification status;
- Identify / evaluate high impact class comments for possible impact and alternatives
- Assign responsible discipline for each open comment;
- Formulate and record Flag state exemption applications and Class Rule deviation applications;
- Champion / expedite closure of Open Class / authorities comments (Technical and Survey) comments;
- Monitor Class document review cycles to avoid VOs;
- Assist Project Manager and Engineering Manager as required;
- Manage Class service delivery and ensure Class Deliverables in accordance to Class Scope of Work;
- Collate and handover certificates, permits, licenses and consents to Operations.
- Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or other relevant discipline;
- Minimum 8 to 12 years’ experience in managing and coordinating engineering and construction for a large multi-disciplined oil and gas projects;
- Extensive experience in coordinating with teams of professional engineers and support personnel;
- Experience in working for/with a Classification Society engaged in Class/verification activities and certification of components;
- Successful track record in managing 3rd party service providers and schedule objectives