Saudi Aramco Careers
Requisition ID: 1412532
Req Number: 16902BR
Saudi Aramco are seeking a Drilling & Workover Contracts Advisor to join the Drilling Operations Contracts Administration Division.
The Drilling Operations Contracts Unit is responsible for Procuring contracts and amendments directly related to Drilling & Workover, which includes, but not limited to drilling rigs, barges, and other related services that support drilling operations.
As the successful candidate your primary role is to help prepare the scope of work, determine preferred methods of payments, negotiate contracts and amendments as a member of the bid review team, prepare presentations for plan, and provide recommendations to management,
You will participate in the technical evaluation of contractors, evaluate and analyze commercial proposals and compare results, interface with management on contract actions, resolve contract issues with contractors by interpreting contract language and help to determine the required technical qualifications of contractors.
As the successful candidate, you will hold a bachelor’s degree in Business or Engineering discipline from a recognized and approved program. An advanced degree is preferred.
You will have a minimum of 7 years' experience in Petroleum or related industries with experience in auditing, accounting, and contracting techniques and procedures.
Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:
Preparation of financial studies that establish feasibilities for contract services and evaluation of alternatives that may be technical, financial and/or procedural/administrative.
Develop in conjunction with contracting professional analyses and technical qualification of bidders, scope of work for various contract services, and status reports for executive management.
Participate as the contract proponent representative on the Bid Review Team charged with the development of a realistic company position on contract terms and the negotiation of these terms.
Negotiate with contractors as part of a negotiating team comprised of contracting and contract proponent representatives.
Provide justification and recommendations for changes in contracting procedure or contract format for management approval, and perform periodic examination of contract administration in the field in order to locate shortcomings or potential problems in the administrative procedures or contract terms and conditions.