Information Management Lead - Iraq - Military veterans preferred

2021-06-03
Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Other

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  full-time   employee


Iraq
Iraq

Title:

Information Management Lead - Iraq

Education, Skills & Experience:

Education

  • BSc., University in relevant engineering discipline (mechanical, welding, material, process etc.)
  • Experience and Skill set
  • Minimum of 10 years industry experience in industrial/process engineering project delivery, preferably within oil & gas/energy sector
  • Strong understanding of typical project lifecycle/stages and requirement of information handovers
  • Strong Project Management skills, preferably with CAPM/PMP/PrMP qualifications or proof of extensive training and experience
  • Very IT literate, in terms of typical user tools (Windows OS, MS Office tools) as well as enterprise level electronic document management and data warehousing systems
  • Familiar with typical Engineering/Design systems for Process, Instrumentation, Electrical, Piping, Civil engineering, and 3D/CAD design

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