Interface Manager – IMDL231

  • Contract
  • 1 week ago
  • Oil & Gas

Job Information

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    Category Oil & Gas Jobs
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    Posted On May 26 ,2023
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    Qualifications Bachelor's Degree
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    Employer Name DelonJobs
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    Contact Email

Job Description

Delon USA is seeking to hire an Interface Manager for our FPU EPC (one-year contract role in Texas, due to start July 1, 2023). Candidate should have an existing US work permit (OPT, EAD, GC or US Citizen). Salary is competitive and negotiable. If your work experience and interests match below requirements, please send your CV to with the title DLIM231.

Interface Manager Qualification

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor's or Master's degree in a relevant field (e.g., engineering, project management etc.).
  • Previous experience in offshore projects or related industries (e.g., oil and gas) more than 5 years required. 
  • Proven track record of successfully managing interfaces between different project teams or other contractors of Client.
  • Experience in identifying and mitigating interface risks, including potential conflicts or gaps in project deliverables.

Technical Knowledge:

  • In-depth understanding of offshore project lifecycle and associated processes (e.g., engineering, procurement, construction, installation, commissioning).
  • Familiarity with relevant industry standards and regulations (e.g., API, ISO, IEC) governing offshore projects.
  • Knowledge of offshore-specific systems and equipment (e.g., subsea structures, pipelines, risers, marine operations).

Communication and Collaboration:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills (English), with the ability to convey complex technical information clearly and concisely.
  • Strong interpersonal skills to establish and maintain effective relationships with diverse stakeholders, including clients, contractors, and regulatory authorities.
  • Demonstrated ability to facilitate meetings, workshops, and discussions to resolve interface-related issues and foster collaboration.

Problem-solving and Decision-making:

  • Analytical mindset with the ability to identify interface-related challenges, propose solutions, and make informed decisions.
  • Strong problem-solving skills to address technical, operational, and organizational issues that may arise during the project.
  • Adaptability and flexibility to adjust interface strategies and plans in response to changing project requirements or circumstances.

Leadership and Teamwork:

  • Demonstrated leadership capabilities to guide multidisciplinary teams and resolve conflicts effectively.
  • Ability to foster a collaborative work environment that promotes teamwork, knowledge sharing, and continuous improvement.
  • Experience in managing interfaces across different project phases and disciplines, including engineering, procurement, and construction.

Safety and Quality:

  • Knowledge of safety procedures and protocols specific to offshore projects to ensure compliance with industry standards and regulatory requirements.
  • Understanding of quality management principles and practices to ensure that interface deliverables meet project specifications and standards.

Software and Tools:

  • Proficiency in using interface management software and tools to track, monitor, and report on interface activities and progress.
  • Familiarity with document control systems and project collaboration platforms commonly used in offshore projects