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Paris (Suresnes)

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At Subsea7, we take pride in being recognized globally as a leader across the Energy Industry. For 5 decades our people have delivered over 1,000 projects in all water depths across our energy hubs and we continue to do so, adapting and evolving in an ever-changing world. Our success and sustainability are only made possible by continuing to develop our assets and technology through innovation and collaboration, and importantly through the development and diversity of our people who every day ‘Make Incredible things Happen’ At Subsea7.



  • The Material Tracker Project reports hierarchically to the Project Operations Manager to whom he is assigned and functionally to the Operations Project Support Manager.
  • The position covers the co-ordination, the tracking and the follow up of all equipment's, material & consumables to be used for the Project execution.
  • Material Tacker based in Suresnes office from mobilisation date January 2023 and until the start of operations (January 2024).
  • All along the year 2023, there will be several trips to Angola (Lobito) (approx. one week per month) to be planned.
  • And during operations from December 2023/January 2024 until July 2024, the material tracker shall be re-localised in Angola (Luanda) (with several trips to Lobito and other logistic bases, ports, etc.).



  • Responsible for the identification and the tracking of all equipment's, material & consumables used for and during the Project, throughout its movement from mobilisation to demobilisation locations.
  • Liaise with all parties within the project (starting with SCM) to consolidate, update and follow the Master Material List which is the exhaustive list of all equipment's, material & consumables purchased, rented and / or fabricated by the project.
  • Ensure all parties are informed in due time of the flow of material in and out, especially the local logistic entities, to allow smooth and efficient flow.
  • Provide on a regular basis, at least once a week, the Master Material List and report through this list any delays, dysfunctions, or particulars which could affect the project.
  • Liaise with countries and ships/ barges organisations (in-countries logistic teams, ships/barges/yards storekeepers) for tracking all movements and storages.
  • Ensure that all paper works necessary for identification, clearance and transportation such as cargo manifest, packing list, air way-bill, material certificate, dangerous goods declaration, are available to local countries organisations and to Project’s entities.
  • At demobilisation: Ensure all project equipment are timely demobilised and returned to suppliers and ensure liaison with Yard for return of fabricated installation aids.



  • Past experience in a similar position (logistic, store keeping, inventory control and material control task).
  • Preferably, experience of West Africa environment.
  • Preferably, experience in Oil and Gas business.
  • Excellent communications skills.
  • Good knowledge of spoken and written English mandatory. Portuguese language would be a plus.
  • Very good knowledge of standard office software.



We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed in creating a diverse workforce and look to offer an exciting and excellent international career opportunities as you develop your skills and aspirations.

Along with a range of employment benefits, career development opportunities (mentoring and development programmes) and a flexible working environment, our employees can also further enhance their work-life balance through our Remote Working Policy and wellbeing through a Medical Private Plan and a Wellbeing support initiatives.


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