Fluor Director, Procurement in Farnborough, United Kingdom
Based in Farnborough, Hampshire, Fluor Limited is the UK operating arm of Fluor Corporation, one of the world’s largest and most successful engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction, maintenance and project management services companies. Fluor employs over 60,000 people globally and serves more than 4000 clients in over 100 countries.
Fluor Ltd has a long and proud history in the UK. Commencing operations here in 1957, we recently celebrated our 60 year anniversary and currently have over 3,500 UK employees, 1,200 of whom are based on our modern, purpose built Farnborough campus located adjacent to Farnborough Airport and a short distance from the Farnborough rail hubs, the M3 motorway and the A3 trunk road.
From our Farnborough campus we execute world class projects for leading clients in the Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Nuclear, Power, Life Sciences, Advanced Manufacturing, Mining, Industrial, Transportation, Telecommunications and Government sectors. Such projects range from early studies and conceptual designs to basic design/front-end engineering design packages (FEEDs), through to detailed design, engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction.
From Farnborough we are currently executing the largest and one of the most complex oil and gas projects in the world alongside several other new oil, gas and pharmaceutical projects which will be constructed in the UK, Europe, Former Soviet Union, Middle East and Africa.
Our healthy ongoing base load of work coupled with recent successes and further excellent prospects mean that we are now looking to augment our Farnborough based workforce in a number of areas and have exciting career opportunities for those who can demonstrate that they have the technical ability and business acumen to help drive Fluor’s continuous drive for excellence, and the personal attributes to be a significant contributor to the
Fluor UK team.
The successful candidate will be required to apply their extensive Procurement Management knowledge to Fluor project execution by using their acquired expertise based upon home office and field experiences on major and complex projects, plus their outstanding communication and leadership skills.
Overall Purpose of Job:
Serves as a Project Procurement expert on large EPC projects, or as a Project Procurement Manager on EPC projects, where necessary
Performs procurement activities of an assigned project, office, or section
Performs material control, procurement, logistics, Supplier Quality Surveillance (SQS)/inspection, and field material management activities in accordance with general business acumen, corporate Operating System Requirements (OSR), and the established project and Procurement/Material Management Plans, policies, and procedures
Performs the accurate, timely, and cost-effective identification, sourcing, buying, delivering, warehousing, installation, and commissioning of material and equipment required to support the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) effort
Provides general and direct supervision to procurement management personnel assigned to the project
Prepares all project set up documents such as Procurement Strategic Execution Plan, Procedures, Material Responsibility Matrix, Material Manager, commercial documents and template forms
Prepares manpower plan and estimates to support the baseline and schedule. Constantly reviews execution teams with regards to change management and progress
Applies extensive and diversified knowledge of procurement/material management practices and principals in work assignments
Develops material requirements including specifications and scopes (working with Material Engineering and Material Control)
Determines the required “flow down” clauses to be incorporated into the commercial terms and conditions or supplier commercial documents by utilizing the project prime contract
Directs the development of all procurement activities including, but not limited to, material identification, Request for Quotations, equipment and material delivery, installation and field commissioning, and project close-out
Performs procurement management duties including key responsibility for critical project supplier negotiations
Makes decisions independently with regard to problems and identifies solutions. Represents procurement in conferences to resolve issues; plans and coordinates work
Prepares and issues expediting status reports
Meets Company expectations for attendance
Other related duties/functions as assigned.
As well as offering interesting job opportunities, a competitive salary, nine day fortnight, and a comprehensive benefits package, Fluor actively encourages career and personal development for its staff through a structured career development programme, in-house training, specialist development courses and mentoring. We have developed an industry recognised Knowledge Management system which provides access to our global expertise through an established platform for personal interaction and collaboration with other members of Fluor worldwide.
Fluor’s Farnborough campus is a modern, state-of-the-art complex situated close to the main line station and adjoining Farnborough Airport. Our campus accommodates approximately 2,000 people and includes undercover parking, outdoor recreation and seating areas, a central coffee shop, subsidised restaurant and good access to local shopping and transportation networks. A shuttle bus service operates between the two local stations and is also available at lunch times for trips to local shopping centres.
Due to the high volume of applications received, we are not able to respond to each individual applicant. Regrettably only those selected for interview will be contacted. We will, however, keep CV’s of interest on file for future consideration.
Advert Commences 19 February 2018 and Closes 19 March 2018
Job ID: 105768BR
Country: United Kingdom
We reserve the right to modify or revise the job descriptions in part or in its entirety. Reasonable accommodations will be made in accordance with governing law.
We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.