Collaborate with operations team members to ensure requirements are specified and delivered and assets are effectively transferred into operation to deliver business returns.

More Uses of the Asset Integrity Management Toolkit:

  • Lead industry specific technical organizations and networking.
  • Identify and introduce nontraditional market opportunities or geographies for strategic advancement of your organization based on sound market research.
  • Manage work with inspectors to provide high quality, consistent data.
  • Initiate: management of consultants/technical advisors to deliver key advice and compliance.
  • Keep current with latest equipment, technologies, and maintenance methods.
  • Make sure that your organization participates with executive management in the development of short, medium and long term business plans.
  • Direct: successfully manage the expectations of the project managers with regards to project delivery.
  • Develop and/or conduct Asset Integrity Management Training on line or in person.
  • Communicate market and client data to the corporate office (General management or Inside sales support) timely, especially problems or opportunities.
  • Ensure you educate; lead brand management; through industry lead branding, industry networking, industry communications, industry association membership, etc.
  • Manage work with sales and marketing teams to promote Asset Integrity Management and Services.
  • Provide a professional appearance when interfacing with clients and other coworkers.
  • Be accountable for maintaining client relationships and new business development.
  • Pilot: monitor and evaluate design quality and scheduled delivery as defined by the engineering management.
  • Head: design calculations, current field conditions and daily to weekly report outs to a project management.
  • Govern: continuously develop and evolve the reliability and maintenance efforts to best address your organizations needs as the business grows and enters new markets.
  • Ensure your strategy gains, foster, and maintains proactive relationships with key accounts.
  • Manage and resolve a range of issues on projects covering technical and operational matters related to Operations.
  • Maintain open lines of communication with coworkers, clients, and subcontractors.
  • Steer: new business lead generation / strategic account management through personal contact and key industry involvement.
  • Direct: advice on the impact of technical/ specialization risks and issues and the viability of solutions recommended.
  • Provide feedback from the field to the Engineering Group for continuous improvement.
  • Apply Asset Integrity Management and maintenance systems data.
  • Develop programs to penetrate the supplier bases of existing clients to increase sales opportunities (with management).
  • Audit: offshore industry is still relatively immature, and a key focus is on driving down cost.
  • Collaborate with contract managers to aid procurement and management of key contracts and terms/ specification to secure best value and minimise costs/ risks.
  • Analyse technical/ specialization risks and issues and the viability of solutions recommended.
  • Steer: implement offshore standards, procedures, tools, best practices and quality requirements.
  • Participate and conduct asset integrity audits remotely and/or at client sites.
  • Collaborate with operations team members for effective and efficient deployment of resources and knowledge development/ retention.

 

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