Mechanical Engineer for Operator Company

Responsibilities

  • Regulatory and Company compliance.
  • Attend and actively contribute to technical mechanical discipline meetings.
  • Review technical documentation
  • Day-to-day contact with contractors’ mechanical engineers.
  • Establish close relationship with key Operations personnel, such as the Rotating Equipment, Electrical and Automations Technical Authorities
  • Recommend start-up, commissioning and 2-year operation spare part lists.
  • Selection and evaluation of technology, identifying integration and infrastructure issues.
  • Implement procedures and standards.
  • Follow up contractors’ evaluation of technology and provide necessary interface with Operations during design stages.
  • Report technical deviations.
  • Present proposals and alternative solutions when required.
  • Attend inter-discipline technical meetings.
  • Attend technical audits as requested by Management.
  • Process and follow-up technical queries from contractors and Operations.
  • Actively support other disciplines to ensure inter-discipline coherence and experience transfer.
  • Seek out best practices from similar projects, where applicable.
  • Ensure operability and maintainability of end product.
  • Recommend maintenance program, with relevant spare parts, personnel needs and duration of tasks involved in carrying out such maintenance.
  • Participate in project risk management process.
  • Participate in HAZID and HAZOP meetings.

Technical and personal skills

  • Chartered Engineer/Engineer (BSc) 
  • Less formal education may be compensated with documented relevant experience
  • Mechanical Engieering with Rotating Experience in Projects and/or operations