The job holder must have degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent and at least 6 - 8 year experience in Oil and Gas Processing Plants.
The candidate experience should be broad (front end conceptual, FEED, Detail Design, De-bottlenecking and Operations) and include utilities and off-sites.
Previous experience on oil and gas project with high H2S processing would be an advantage.
Experience in all aspects of Piping and Layout considerations for complex onshore facilities processing high H2S fluids.
Some familiarity of CIS codes and standards and design experience will be an advantage.
Candidate will have worked for contractor and preferably in operating company environment.
Experience in preparing scopes of work and managing contractors work will be an advantage.
Defining Piping and Layout requirements.
Preparing SOW for contractors and monitoring progress and preparation of deliverables.
Review deliverables produced by Engineering & Procurement Contractors.
Defining and coordination interfaces with EP Facilities and new installations, optimising installation and construction schedule, as well as minimising cost and safety risks.
Writing and/or providing technical input into feasibility studies, functional specifications, and Basis of Design for production and processing facilities.
Participating in process safety reviews activities.
Contributing to a data base of size, weight, cost and delivery time of major equipment and packages associated with onshore facilities.
Reviewing and keeping updated, the project Basis of Design/ Statement of Requirements for the relevant discipline, including collation and analysis of relevant data from the Experimental Program Project.
To ensure that all opportunities offered by introduction of new technologies are pursued and evaluated.
To ensure that lessons learned from operations and activities performed and all experience gained in the relevant discipline is valued and capitalised.