Material Control Manager


Last Updated: 29th March 2019 (over 3 years ago)

Address
St. John's, Canada

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Female

Age Range
45 to 54

Qualification Level
Other Post Graduate

Languages
English

Summary

Over twenty (20) years of experience in Materials Management, Material Control and Site Materials Management for world-class EPC corporations within the upstream oil and gas industry. Recently completed a 3-1/2 year assignment as the Material Control Manager on a refinery project in Cartagena, Colombia. Currently looking for new opportunities.
For 17+ years I have been involved in the development and management of project materials management programs for multiple project types, up to $7B USD in project value. My experience involves project Materials Management for the full project cycle, from home office materials management in support of engineering and procurement, to site materials management in support of construction completion, commissioning and start-up. I have also been involved in the technical implementation and functionality of various integrated materials management systems, including 8+ years of experience with Intergraph’s SmartPlant Materials (SPM). I have vast experience working with and managing multi-national teams.

Education

American Evaluation and Translation Service, Inc.
Bachelor of Science in Management

   May 2005
— May 2005

Documented Equivalency (based on Educational, Work Experience and Position Evaluations). Documents accepted as Bachelor's Degree for US work via application.
Documents available upon request.

College of the North Atlantic
Engineering Technology

   Feb 1991
— Feb 1994

Experience

Chicago Bridge and Iron (CB&I)
Material Control Manager

   Mar 2012
— Aug 2015

Greenfield refinery with processing capacity of 165,000 bpd, plus revamping of the existing 78,000 bpd plant.
Project Value $6 billion USD

Materials Manager with responsibility for the project engineering Bill of Materials, material requisitioning, and coordination with engineering, procurement, logistics, site material control and construction, as it pertains to permanent plant materials.


Turnover Manager

   Jun 2010
— Dec 2011

Paiton Energy P3 Power Project – Construction of a single 815MW super-critical coal-fired unit. Project Value $1.48 billion USD
o As part of the owner’s team, track progress of power plant systems for construction, mechanical completion, and commissioning.
o Implement master punchlist for contractors, and update, review/report progress, and completion.
o Review contractor turnover packages, ensuring organized transition to the Owner for commercial completion and start-up of facility.

URS Corporation
Materials Manager

   Jan 2007
— Dec 2009

Qatargas Common Sulfur Project - Sulfur-handling facility serving the natural-gas processing market in Qatar. Project Value $1 billion USD
• Plan, direct, coordinate and monitor all activities of the Site Materials Management group, ensuring adherence to project procedures for field procurement, off-site fabrication, expediting, customs/logistics, and material control/coordination.
• Oversight of Consortium Partner for material receipt, inspection, OS&D’s, storage, inventory control, and issuing of permanent materials.
• Reconciliation and disposal of surplus material and equipment.
• Management of spare parts and vendor technical assistance programs.

URS Corporation
Corporate Manager - Site Material Control

   May 2005
— Dec 2006

• Develop and implement corporate standards and procedures for Site Material Control.
• Review, approve, and implement project material control plans, staffing plans, procedures and work processes to ensure appropriate material control support and conformance to budget and schedule.
• Provide support to company proposals in developing strategies and plans.
• Prioritize, review, and approve development objectives for the Materials Management System (SmartPlant Materials (SPM)).
• Define, test, implement, and support the company’s materials management system – SmartPlant Materials (SPM). Responsible for the technical implementation and functionality of the site materials management system
• Educate others in the workflow, business processes, and reporting metrics enabled by systems modules, and provide training for project site Material Control staff.

SNC-Lavalin
Material Control Lead

   Jun 2002
— Dec 2004

Exxon Mobil Tier II Sable Offshore Energy Project - Design, procurement and construction management of Tier II gas platforms for the Exxon Mobil Sable Offshore gas field. (SNC-Lavalin - Kvaerner JV). Project Value $500 million CAD
• Manage and monitor material control processes between home office engineering, procurement and construction to ensure materials are ordered and delivered as required by project schedules, highlighting undesirable trends and initiating corrective action.
• Coordinate engineering/procurement office, offsite fabrication and site control activities as it relates to Materials Management.
• Responsible for project integrated materials management system, systems interfaces, material coding and the identification of spare parts and surplus disposal requirements.

AMEC Foster Wheeler
Material Control Lead

   Mar 1998
— May 2002

Terra Nova Oil Development Project - The design, construction and installation of a Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel, subsea components and pre-production wells necessary for the development of the Terra Nova oil field. Project Value $2.3 billion CAD
• Establish Material Control procedures.
• Manage material control activities with global site offices ensuring that materials are purchased and delivered in an orderly manner and to maintain a flow of materials consistent with priorities for fabrication, construction and commissioning.
• Coordinate material control activities between global fabrication sites, including punchlisting of materials at the various fabrication sites (South Korea, Abu Dhabi, Scotland) to identify and control materials required for the completion of hook-up and carry over work for the atshore phase of the project.
• Responsible for inventory control, reporting and documentation.
• Assumed role of Warehouse Manager for final phase of project.

Kellogg Brown & Root (Canada)
Senior Materials Coordinator/Specialist

   Feb 1994
— Mar 1998

Hibernia Offshore Oil Development Project (Gravity Base) - Design, procurement and construction of a 6 million-ton gravity base structure (GBS) and a 40 thousand ton mechanical installation of drilling, utilities and living modules (Topsides). Project Value $5.8 billion CAD
• Ensure that hook-up, commissioning and operations materials requirements were satisfied in a timely manner, and in accordance with the integrated work plan.
• Interface with planning, engineering, procurement, expediting/logistics, and warehousing to ensure timely flow of information and materials to and from the platform, offsite fabricators and offsite warehouses in support of the project commissioning team.
• Liaise with SAP MM team to ensure material control data integrity, including relevant data migration from project materials management software packages MAPLIS, HPMS/AxioM and Access.
• Organize and supervise activities for all permanent materials at warehouse/laydown areas, including determining upcoming deliveries, planning manpower & equipment, material receiving, inspection, storage, issuing, OS&D’s and inventory checks (cycle counts).
• Responsible for the data validity and integrity in the project integrated Materials Management system.

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