IDR Construction Coordinator

Kitimat, BC

At Fluor, we are proud to design and build projects and careers. This requires teams that are as unique as the projects we execute. We are committed to fostering a work environment that embraces Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) for all so our employees and stakeholders benefit from the creative solutions derived as a result of embracing differences.

Job Description:

Join a global leader. Propel the Energy Transition. Design and build the world’s toughest projects. Transform the future, today.

Fluor is one of Canada's top employers and is recognized globally as a leader in the Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Fabrication, and Maintenance industry. Our focus on innovation and providing cost-effective technology-based solutions is second to none. As we look to the future, we need creative, ambitious, and innovative professionals who can help us fulfill our purpose to Build a Better World.

Fluor team members are at the heart of our success in executing projects safely, thoughtfully, and with the highest quality. We aim to foster an inclusive culture that prioritizes diversity and inclusion that allows employees to bring their best, most authentic selves to work. If you value teamwork, empowerment in your career, and are eager to champion innovative and sustainable solutions to our clients, this opportunity just may be for you!

Functionally reporting to the Paint, Electrical & Insulation Interface Lead – ISBL, the successful candidate will be assigned to the construction team and provide construction support to construction team to streamline, interface and manage interdisciplinary releases (IDR) among different disciplines and contractors, as well as helping to satisfy the quality & safety requirements on the project. IDR Construction Coordinators do not have any direct responsibility for achieving progress or productivity, however, they are responsible to minimize or eliminate any obstruction to the efficient working of the project. IDR Construction Coordinators serve as the liaison among JFJV Construction, FCCL, and other Contractors. The primary role of the IDR Construction Coordinator is to act as the focal point for construction interfaces in construction team; ensuring that construction is complete for the scope in interdisciplinary release; and to ensure that quality requirements are met for streamlined release among all contractors is achieved.

• Play an active role in the development of the safety culture on the project, making safety a natural part of all work performed.

• Remains knowledgeable of safety policies and procedures and performs assigned duties in a safe manner.

• Validate/verify completion of construction activities in assigned IDR and assists construction with readiness of work area for release to different contractors.

• Establishes and maintains effective communication among construction, quality, technical services and other contractors to ensure the timely flow of interdisciplinary release review and sign off.

• Work closely with the quality team to ensure that quality checks are complete prior to IDR sign-off.

• Verify and check the readiness of area for access and indirect support prior to release of area to receiving contractor.

• Interface with Technical Services to ensure that there is no pending or outstanding RFI/FCN for respective area for release.

• Attend LNGC daily SIMOPS meeting as required.

• Hold regular meetings with releasing and receiving contractors.

• Use Construction Automation Tools (Smart Plant Construction, Navisworks, EPIC Dashboard) to verify the readiness of scope in interdisciplinary release.

• Maintain IDR logs and generate reports as required for construction management.

• Supports the implementation of the streamlined interdisciplinary release as per site directive.

Job ID: 145266BR

City: Kitimat

State: British Columbia

Country: Canada

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 governing law.