Lead project technologist is process engineering, project process expert to develop major projects of the Bukom site. The role ensures that project development in line with the site’s long term aspiration plan and strategic direction (e.g. portfolio of Growth program which include hydrocarbon, energy master plans, Regulatory compliance and utility master plan, projects associated to remove site wide reliability threats etc..). The role is critical in making sure projects are developed and executed according to the project agreed business opportunity and complying with the DS Opportunity Realization Manual
Key responsibilities of the role
a) Leads the development of projects (including inputs to project economics) through the concept Scouting, Identify/Assess, Select and Define project phases and see projects through the Execute/CSU phase.
b) Ensures process assurance, process safety and process reliability, in accordance to the requirement in project ORM
c) Be the site focal point for project liaison activities with shell P&T, Supply, Shell Chemicals and other interface classes of businesses as required.
d) responsible for coordinating with P&T, Develop & Review the project premises, design basis, project technical documentation.
e) Approve and accept the finalized documentation as stipulated.
f) Ensure that project capex/revex are clearly identified and that all necessary considerations are included in the economic calculations
g) Ensure site wide integration and optimization of existing facility, operational constraints in framing, development of projects
h) Point of liaison with site resources and keep internal stakeholders engaged, informed, involved as necessary
i) Supports the progress of the projects to meet the required assurance stage gates, schedule and approved capex limits.
Other responsibility is Mentor, Coach and guide process engineers in project development
Assists on specific studies associated with projects and also participate as focal in master planning to refresh the pipeline of growth opportunities.