Venture Global LNG (“Venture Global”) is a long-term, low-cost provider of American-produced liquefied natural gas. The company’s two Louisiana-based export projects service the global demand for North American natural gas and support the long-term development of clean and reliable North American energy supplies. Using reliable, proven technology in an innovative plant design configuration, Venture Global’s modular, mid-scale plant design will replace traditional designs as it allows for the same efficiency and operational reliability at significantly lower capital cost.

We are seeking qualified applicants for the position of Operations Information Manager.  This role reports to Senior Vice President – Information Management 

Purpose:

The Operations Information Manager manages the Operations Information Management (IM) teams to ensure a smooth transition of Documents For Operations (DFO) documentation and data from Project Information Management to Operation’s sign-off. The role is responsible for IM Quality checks of all Project information and ensuring a smooth handover transition of final documentation and data to operations ensuring accuracy, completeness, quality and integrity. The Operations Information Manager verifies and maintains information, provides key input to IM process, procedures and workflows.  This role is key to oversee Operations information systems and ensuring the systems meets Regulatory records control requirements. This role will also classify and categorize content by its function, security level and characteristics.  The Operations Information Manager will help facilitate the safekeeping of data and records for Operations retrieval and archives.  This role will collaboratively work with the Project Information Manager and all stakeholders to deliver engineering and vendor information to Operations teams.  

 

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Manage and maintain Operations IM tools, plans, procedures, specifications and guidelines
  • Maintains the document and data quality of information that will be handed over to Operations
  • Ensure Operations IM tools such as Operations SDx, Navisworks, Smart Procedures and Tag Validation tool are fully implemented across all Operations IM teams
  • Oversee DFO any identified quality issues between external contractors, vendors and preparing reports to track progress
  • Oversee the Operations IM effort to provide all DFO deliverables necessary to have Operations systems and tools ready for Operational start-up. Provide the interface to support Engineering information related queries between Venture Global and Contractors

 

  • Coordinate the regular analysis of information to check for compliance with Venture Global documentation, requirements, specifications and standards regarding numbering, equipment tagging, used symbols and legends related to document quality

 

  • Ensures onboarding of all new project team members to Operations IM tools and DFO classifications of information.
  • Interfaces with the Project IM teams, all Operations stakeholders, external Contractors and engages them to ensure alignment with expectations regarding retention, and disposition of all documents and data
  • Interfaces between Projects Document Control and Operations regarding turnaround of reviews for submitted documents and drawings by Projects’ Document Control
  • Manage progress and IM quality completeness of the DFO deliverables, checklists, Final Handover Transition Matrix, and associated processes
  • Coordinate with Ready for Operations (RFO) on the planning, and delivery of early start-up, commissioning and final handover of documentation and data
  • Participate in pre and post purchase award meetings to facilitate supplier understanding of DFO deliverables
  • Manage the Tagging Procedure and interface with VG Operations and Contractors on any updates
  • Develop and conduct DFO presentations to Contractors, and Suppliers/Vendors
  • Prepare DFO status reports
  • Manage the IM effort to effectively communicate DFO handover requirements to Contractors and collaborate with all stakeholders to progressively complete DFO deliverables
    • Establish VGL’s standard Equipment Class Library
    • Establish the Tag Lists for each associated Tag Class
    • Provide data analytics, auditing and reporting on progress and completeness
    • Provide assurance on data quality and completeness
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Personal Attributes, Knowledge and Experience

  • An organized, analytical thinker with exceptional attention to detail
  • Inclusive and effective communication skills and techniques to engage and communicate concepts to others
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and proficient with computer programs (i.e. Microsoft, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Developed skills in managing multiple conflicting priorities, meeting deadlines and exercising sound decision-making results
  • Mandatory experience working on IM Tools (Hexagon, SmartPlant, SharePoint, Co-Console, Database Tools)
  • Expert working level on Documents for Operations (DFO) Specification requirements and Handover to Operations
  • Sound working knowledge on 3D CAD Model, and modules in both PDMS (AutoCAD) and PDS (SmartPlant) formats
  • Sound working knowledge of Information Management and Document Control Processes, Procedures, Workflows, Master & Supplier Document Registers, and Distribution Matrixes (DDM)
  • Understands Document Coding and Tagging Specifications requirements
  • Produce reports for Operations/Maintenance, and Engineering use/reference
    • Workflow Status Report
    • Transmittal Report
    • Document Status Report

Qualifications

  • 15 + years’ experience in all aspects of document control daily activities, processes, procedures and workflows
  • Demonstrated knowledge of design, vendor and fabrication document control processes, including mechanical completion, general close-out and information deliverable handover
  • Requires minimal supervision from the Information Manager in the performance of their duties
  • 10 + years’ experience in DFO coordination, expert handling of documentation and data turnover requirements, Information Management, Metadata Infrastructure, Document Control, and Electronic Data Warehouse Systems
  • Bachelor’s Degree, Associate Degree, College Certificate of Information Management, or equivalent work experience

 

 

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