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Sep 132017
 

Baker Hughes, a GE company (NYSE:BHGE) is the world’s first and only fullstream provider of integrated oilfield products, services and digital solutions. Drawing on a storied heritage of invention, BHGE harnesses the passion and experience of its people to enhance productivity across the oil and gas value chain.BHGE helps its customers acquire, transport and refine hydrocarbons more efficiently, productively and safely, with a smaller environmental footprint and at lower cost per barrel. Backed by the digital industrial strength of GE, the company deploys minds, machines and the cloud to break down silos and reduce waste and risk, applying breakthroughs from other industries to advance its own.With operations in over 120 countries, the company’s global scale, local know-how and commitment to service infuse over a century of experience with the spirit of a startup – inventing smarter ways to bring energy to the world.Follow Baker Hughes, a GE company on Twitter @BHGECo, or visit us at BHGE.com.Role SummaryBHGE has an opportunity for a Field Service Coordinator to join the Process & Pipeline Services team in Ghana. This individual will Coordinate and supervise activities of service or technical personnel via personnel assignments, job or project management, administration and technical support.Essential Responsibilities

  • Monitor Contract performance
  • Monitor Job Quality & Failure Investigation Analysis
  • Develop up sell strategies
  • Ensure Compliance with Baker Hughes HSE and Clients HSE Standards
  • Take all necessary actions to ensure the success of the project
  • Responsible for training, coaching and mentoring less experienced team members
  • Fully responsible for pre-job planning (equipment and personnel) and mobilization
  • Knowledge on Process & Pipeline Services
  • Assist clients by providing solutions for issues
  • Be the client’s focal point for Process & Pipeline Services operations
  • Effectively manage inventory and supplies required at the well site
  • Actively participated in knowledge sharing
  • Ensured all reports reporting requirements were fulfilled accurately and on a timely basis
  • Follow up failures with the maintenance team and ensure failure reports are closed with clients
  • Assist with the prepare invoices on time
  • Assist with the preparation of yearly and quarterly operational plans

Qualifications/Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 6+ years’ experience in Process & Pipeline Services.
  • Thorough understanding of customer requirements
  • Thorough understanding of processes and procedures relating to the operating area
  • Proficient in the use of PC’s
  • Ability to use highly specialized and advanced skills, knowledge and techniques in problem recognition and solution development
  • Excellent communication skills

Location: GhanaBaker Hughes, a GE company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. Learn more

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