Integral part of a dynamic team that sets the example for being leaders in safety during the construction, commissioning, and start-up stabilisation period bringing new assets on-line.
Part of a machinery engineering team to plan and prepare machinery systems for first time start-up
Where required contribute to the creation of commissioning procedures specific to the particular equipment you are assigned to.
Have a thorough understanding of basic pre-commissioning requirements, such as lube-flushing, alignment, nozzle loads, instrument checks and be able to communicate your requirements to field technicians.
Identify situations where more thorough commissioning activities may be required due to the design and criticality of the equipment.
Lead & execute specific commissioning test activities, such as performance measurement and surge testing.
Work alongside other discipline engineers (such as controls & process) to complete joint tasks such as verifying machine control systems & protective functions are thoroughly tested, and that the performance of the machine matches that of the process requirement.
Work cooperatively with machinery OEM representatives, to make sure their experience and requirements are taken into account, while also fulfilling the schedule needs of the IGCC project.
Regular meetings and liaising with commissioning leaders to make sure that your priorities, scheduling & planning is aligned with the overall commissioning plans.
As commissioning proceeds, the machinery commissioning role will gradually phase into a longer term reliability role with troubleshooting of machine problems that come to light. This will rely on a thorough understanding of mechanical theory to enable diagnosing more complex machine issues.
Strong safety awareness, in particular concerning systems being energised for the first time during commissioning.
Minimum of 2 years experience in process machinery, gained in operations or commissioning of oil & gas facilities.
Strong communication skills, to enable effective interaction with the rest of the commissioning team.
Adaptability to migrate between equipment from many different suppliers.
Working knowledge of API standards relevant for the particular equipment being commissioned, such as API pump seal-plans.
Time management abilities – ability to multi-task with several machinery items in a commissioning state in parallel.
A Mechanical (or similar) degree-level qualification and a thorough understanding of mechanical theory relating to machinery.
- Job Location
- Jizan, Saudi Arabia
- Company Industry
- Heavy Industry & Metallurgy
- Company Type
- Employer (Private Sector)
- Job Role
- Employment Type
- Full Time Employee
- Monthly Salary Range
- Number of Vacancies