Engineer (Production Support)
Job Accountabilities :
Coordinate Finish activities, priorities and schedule work in line with Company IAP.
Ensuring plant equipment and facilities are sound from an, pre-dynamic commissioning completed and ready for hydrocarbons.
Preparing as required start-up specialized operation procedures in readiness for Offshore restart activities.
Writing of detailed commissioning reports, raising local procedures and updating operating procedures. Includes if required drafting Red Line Mark-
Ups and making proposals for Plant Change Notices.
Liaise with PSNK for PCN execution, witnessing and performance testing modification. Handover and acceptance of changes.
Participating within an Integrated Commissioning and Acceptance Team, providing training and actively taking part into Competence Growth of National staff.
Providing technical support on Commissioning and contributing to the Commissioning support for Start-up, within Production Support team.
Within Production Support team assist co-ordination of start-up on paper exercises, evaluating Integrated Start-Up Manuals and personnel competency & understanding.
Assist with the Multidiscipline co-ordination activities of Offshore plant operations, including but not limiting to,
Crude Oil and Gas processing (Production / Injection Wells, Crude Oil Separation, Dehydration,
Absorbers / Regeneration, Power Station, Utilities, Gas Compression, Flow lines and Trunk pipelines) and related systems, DCS control instrumentation and verifying that work is completed to required standards;
Participate in start-up verification processes, including PSUA and Cumulative Risk Assessments. Evaluating that plant equipment and processes are fit to operate and ready for start-
up. Includes competency assessment.
Ensuring allocated work is supported with the appropriate work and safety procedures and instructions and that these are adhered to in the completion of the tasks;
Ensuring the issue of appropriate documentation for commissioning activities e.g. requests, permits, isolations, etc
Provide technical support to Production & Engineering studies and Technical Authorities.
Taking immediate action in case of alarm, following operating manual and / or instructions, identifying and reporting possible anomalies and defining corrective actions;
Writing of detailed informative critical handovers and end of rotation handovers.
Coordinating closely with Onshore discipline teams for common related issues and cross learning.
Identify potential hazards or occurrences that may be damaging to personnel, environment, plant or production. Take immediate corrective action where possible and report occurrences to the offshore shift supervisor;
Assure operational integrity, process safety is maintained
Assessed competent in a discipline trade in a similar working environment;
Good communication skills, both verbal and written, including the ability to make presentations and write effective reports;
Team player with proactive approach to the decision making process;
Ability to work in team environments, communicate, understand and work within the dynamics of a multi-functional, multi-
cultural and multi-location environment;
Capacity to integrate, lead and coach with multi-national and national staff;
Problem solving and analytical skills;
HSE mindset and strong commitment to safety;
High level of Supervisory experience and ability.
Fluent in both spoken and written English;
Valid BOSIET Certificate (Basic Offshore Safety Induction& Emergency Training) or equivalent;
RoK Blue book certified (training and assessment will be provided if required);
Higher Degree / Diploma qualification in Technical Discipline.
Minimum 5 years’ experience in plant operations in an upstream Offshore Oil and Gas Industry to have included :
Knowledge and experience of Processing facilities & equipment particularly in, wells, Crude oil and Gas processing (Production / Injection Wells, Crude Oil Separation, Dehydration, Absorbers / Regeneration, Power Station, Utilities, Gas Compression, Flow lines and Trunk pipelines) and related systems and in DCS control instrumentation;
Knowledge and experience in plant machinery and associated systems;
Qualification to work in presence of toxic substances and H2S; -
Knowledge of process related principles, P&ID’s, Operating Integrity and Process Safety;
Knowledge of preventive / predictive, corrective and diagnostic maintenance techniques;
Experience in coaching, mentoring and assessing national workforce;
Management of contractors and vendors.
Experience in the acceptance & handover of facilities / equipment. Performance testing and verification.
Significant experience in Oil & Gas plants Design and Operation;
Knowledge of local and international codes and regulations regarding systems and equipment;
Medical Certificate of Fitness;
Previous experience in Caspian Area would be beneficial.
Exposure to both Onshore and Offshore operations and / or project start-up experience. In addition, experience in working in harsh geographical and / or technical environments (e.
g. temperature extremes, high pressure reservoirs) would be beneficial