Risk Engineer, SABIC, PMO

START Date: 
April, 2014
END Date: 
May, 2015

Click to edit position descriptionWorked as Risk Engineer (Projects and Safety) in the Risk Management department of SABIC’s Corporate Project Assurance and Control Department - PMO. My responsibilities include:

• Worked as Corporate Risk Engineer, (reporting to the Sr. Manager Risk management) to plan and implement risk management procedures (projects and safety) across affiliates in Saudi Arabia, Asia, Europe and North America.
• Managed more than eighty (80) mega projects (ranging from $ 100 M to $ 40 B) at different stages from concept phase to construction phase.
• Facilitated more than twenty-eight (28) project risk workshops for various phases of different projects. Facilitated the Risk workshops for development and construction phases. 
• Facilitated Risk workshops with project teams and EPC contractor.
• Facilitated two (2) 3 days project Risk workshops out of the Saudi Arabia. One project Risk workshop facilitated with design contractor in the Denmark and other facilitated with the EPC contractor (LINDE) in Germany for a petrochemical project in the United Kingdom.
• Co-facilitated/scribe the first Risk workshop for OTC (Oil to Chemical) complex, a $ 40 B portfolio.
• Developed two new procedures and three templates ( Project Risk management plan, Project Risk management sample and Terms of Reference for Risk workshops) for a mega project while working with SABIC.
• Facilitated the Risk workshop for Infrastructure and Housing Projects 
• Primavera P6 Master & Construction Schedule and Project Cost estimates reviews for Risk workshops.
• Expert judgement and conducted Monte Carlo Simulation using Primavera Risk Analysis (PRA) and Palisade @Risk.
• Worked for the deployment of Portfolio Risk management software.
• Conducted numerous Risk Awareness Sessions.
• Evaluated HAZID, HAZOP and SIL studies for effectiveness during Risk workshops.

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