Title:  Senior Industrial Construction Manager

Job Purpose

As part of the JESA Field Service Construction Team, the Senior Construction Manager (SCM) is the full-time representative of JESA (TIC > $1 Billion) on site and is reporting to the Manager of Construction. The SCM provides leadership and management of all construction activities of JESA Field Services on a LARGE project site by leading a multi-discipline team of Construction supervision, HSSE, Field Engineering, Quality personnel and Subcontractors personnel. The SCM implements the established policies, procedures, systems, and requirements on site. The MOC further interacts on daily basis with various stakeholders from supervision to Client Representatives. 

Main Scope/Responsibilities

  • Ensure the approved Manpower Plan is staffed up and managed according to project and contractual requirements. .                
  • Identify and align the goals, objectives, KPI's and responsibilities of the JESA- and SubContractors Site Teams with those objectives of the project as stated in the CEP regarding HSSE, Cost, Schedule and Quality.   
  • Continuously review and assess the performance of team members during the project execution. Serve as a coach & mentor for high potential Construction personnel. Appraise their performance; provide feedback. Manages a Site Training Roster and prioritize the development of organizational talent                
  • Ensure Site HSSE Manual are implemented and being adhered to by all stakeholders on sites. Ensure high safety standards and compliance is maintained and all HSSE records are maintained on projects.                
  • Manage relationships with different stakeholders - internal or external (contractors, clients, vendors, etc) on the project. Perform at least two Client Satisfaction surveys per year.                
  • Ensure implementation of JESA Quality Management System through all relevant project phases. Ensure QC monitoring during and after task execution to prevent rework.
  • Ensure that any contractual/legal/scope clarification/invoice matters that might have an impact on any project parameter, are detected early and ensure contractual response to client/subcontractor correspondences to eleviate any claims in future.
  • Drive project’s L4 construction schedule and 3WLA schedules and ensure that an effective monitoring and reporting system is in place. Where progress is falling behind Recovery Schedule to be developed.
  • Conduct Monthly and Weekly Progress Meetings and other ad hoc meetings as necessary, to monitor project progress and cost. Give Input to the weekly/monthly progress reports.
  • Implement complete Turnover system and work closely with PC&TO Manager on start-up priorities. Responsible for the Construction part of the close-out report.
  • Establish Field Engineering Dept for the efficient handling of FE matters. Review and reply on RFI's, Technical Queries, and other engineering matters.
  • Generate Site Risk Register and identify and mitigate risks to which the project could be exposed. Ensure regular Risk Management Meetings (at least quaterly or when required).
  • Manage all Procurement aspects including ROS dates vs ETA dates, Long Lead Iterms, Vendor Schedule & Vendor presence on site and general Procurement Reporting.


  • BS In Construction/Engineering Preferred
  • Bac +4/5 -State engineer diploma or equivalent of any Engineering discipline (Mechanical preferred)

Global Experience

  • 15+ years in construction/10+ years in field

Specific Experience in the position

  • Over 15 years’ strong experience in industrial or petrochemical construction engineering and management.
  • A minimum of 10 years in field positions of leadership and management.
  • Various experiences within the construction field and working on different type of projects is a must.
Country/Region:  MA
Job Req ID:  18005

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