Jamie McKenney

  • Portage IN
Jamie McKenney

Project Information Management Team Lead


Seeking a challenging and rewarding career in a diverse environment where my strong work ethic, education, and expertise can be used to help promote the mission of the company and exceed team goals, with the opportunity for growth and advancement.


  • Worked with CT Space to develop a Business Process within Citadon for Request for Information process to be utilized within BP projects. Subsequent training of project team members to use RFI Business Process in Citadon
  • Developed Document Delivery Milestones to facilitate timely turnover of project information to the refinery for safe operations of the unit
  • Creation of KPI reporting criteria to delivery monthly metrics and provide a high level story to BP leadership.
  • Designed and implemented a training program for new PIM Leads utilizing mock workspaces, transmittals, documentation, and presentations to better prepare new employees for the Lead role.
  • Successful implementation and embedding of the Project Information Management team into BP Projects Organization
  • Saved the BP WBU Projects Organization $300K+ in 2014 by offering alternative in house project information management solutions


Dec 2016

B.S. Business, Management Information Systems

Purdue University

­Relevant course work:
Managerial Accounting, Marketing, Organizational Behavior, Business Law, E-Business Strategy, Knowledge & Decision Management, Knowledge Management  & Business Intelligence, Project Management, Data Mining, Systems Control & Audit.

Jul 2012

A.A.S. Computer Information Systems

Ivy Tech Community College

­Relevant course work
Visual Basic, SQL, Networking, Database Design & Management, Logic, Design & Programming,



Analytical Problem Solver

Able to anticipate issues and create new systems and processes that streamline operations, resolve concerns and improve efficiency.

Database Planning & Design

Understanding database design concepts, including "relational database design" concepts (table structure; one-to-many relationships). Understanding of the benefits and limits of various types of databases, including PC and online databases. Ability to participate in short-term and long-term planning about database projects and to decide how to efficiently store and analyze various types of data.

Data Integrity

Reviewing data and working with colleagues to make sure that data is accurate. Being aware of potential weaknesses in the data when analyzing and using the data.

Analyzing Data

The ability to use data effectively to improve programs, including looking at lists and summaries, looking for patterns, analyzing results, and making presentations to others. Includes familiarity with the data available; knowledge of the goals of your program; understanding the needs of your clients/audiences; and willingness to explore creative approaches to using data.

Work History

Work History
Jan 2013 - Present

Project Information Management Team Lead

  • Consults with project teams, engineering partners, and internal departments on Information Management issues, offering solutions.
  • Implements and enforces Project Information Management practices throughout the Whiting Project Organization ( BP Personnel, Contractors, Third Parties).
  • Assures alignment with OMS: approval, publication, transmission, storage, change, retention and disposal of controlled documents.
  • Functions as the interface between engineering document control and BP project team. Responsible for the assurance of receipt, storage, distribution and migration of all project documents in both paper and electronic formats.
  • Train and coach Project Information Management Team to recognize types of project documents (drawing types, datasheets, specifications, etc.), making certain they are able to audit against BP practices, define required attributes, update document revisions and input information into the project repository.
  • Collaborates with Project Engineering Manager & Refinery Information Manager to ensure alignment with practices, standards, requirements, and refinery best practices.
  • Hand selected Project Information Management Team Leads and Coordinators to build a successful team of subject matter experts
  • Established process for interim and final handover of electronic documents and data into the site electronic document management repository.
  • Designed Project Information Management on-boarding training.
  • Developed detailed Key Performance Indicators (KPI) which are shared with site Leadership. KPI's monitor monthly metrics of Project Information Management Team, health of the information received, project information delivery progress, and report on Engineering partners performance to BP requirements and standards.
  • Authors and/or updates Refinery Project Information Management Practices and Standards based on lessons learned and closure of process gaps.
  • Use of database software to find records, sort, review, edit, print, and other functions. Knowledge of built-in forms and reports in a database.  Ability to writing queries and reports using available tools; copying data into Excel or other formats for further analysis.
  • Analysis of related business processes, discovery of industry best practices, identify gaps and implement refined processes to reduce rework and cost of project information.
Nov 2009 - Jan 2013

Senior Project Information Management Lead

Swift Oil& Gas/BP
  • Oversees and assists with the handling of engineering, procurement, supplier, construction, and project documentation for $145 million dollar Naphtha Integrity Project
  • Responsible for managing the storage, distribution and filing of all project documents from project inception to project close
  • Ensures that the Information Management Execution Plan and appropriate WBU practices, procedures and guidelines are followed by all EPC's, LEC's, suppliers, third parties, and BP employees to ensure less re-work at project close out.
  • Responsible for the integrity and efficient storage of the project files at all phases of the project
  • Perform quality audits on documents according to refinery practices, requirements, and standards.
  • Responsible for filing of electronic documents, updating of document revisions and input of required attributes into the Citadon system
  • Work with local project team to plan for final handover of electronic documents and data into the document management system. Ensure the required attributes, numbering, and file naming conventions are used thus preventing the inability to locate documents needed to do work
  • Maintain working relationship with contractors Document Control personnel, as well as Engineering Discipline Leads, and Project Managers
  • Mining and research of refinery drawings, documents, specifications, and technical learning practices
  • Support of Project team; 75+ persons including BP personnel, EPC's, and LEC's
  • Training & guidance of Project Information Management team to audit, attribute, and correctly identify types of project documentation, and to ensure the team thoroughly understands BP Information Management practices and requirements.
  • Training of Citadon users including BP, EPC’s, LEC’s, and Third Parties
  • Providing guidance to WBU Project Managers & BP Project Teams in regards to proper project information management
  • Coordination and assistance with the Information Management Services including the Applications Team, Records Management, and Departmental Documents Team
  • Work with the Information Management Manager on the implementation of practices, and procedures to ensure alignment with OMS; storage, retention, transmission, and proper destruction of documents
  • Serving as the Records Management point of contact for the project teams
  • Maintain BP privacy requirements
  • Weekly Team Status reports to the Information Management Team
Jun 2007 - Nov 2009

Departmental Documents Coordinator

Alliance Group Technologies
  • Managed the digitization and repository storage of refinery historical drawings, and blueprints
  • Worked closely with the BP Inspections department to electronically capture file room contents, attribute, and make easily searchable within the refinery DMS.
  • Writing and creating DQL (SQL) statements in conjunction with electronic repository.
  • Creating Documentum Accounts
  • Records Management; indexing and managing records stored on and off site at Iron Mountain


Sep 2010 - Present

OSHA 10 Hour

Orientation to occupational safety and health for workers covered by OSHA 29 CFR 1926.