Brunelprovides specialist personnel to the international oil & gas, petrochemical, power generation and construction industries. Our clients are predominantly major operating companies and international engineering or construction companies. Through a network of 35 offices in 5 continents (Europe, America, Asia, Africa and Australia) we currently second nearly 4,000 Technical Engineering Specialists to the largest multi-national Oil & Gas Companies and major EPC Contractors, through well established global supply agreements
Lead Discipline Engineer: Instrumentation, Control System & T (ENERGY VC15165)
Lead professional engineer for a team of technicians, engineers and designers within the instumentation design discipline group. Experience in Project Team Organisation. sense of project planning, management and execution.
Detailed design activities including the engineering documentation,
instrument datasheets, job specifications, requisitions, layout,
hook-up, test plans, detailed instrument sizing & calculations,
detail installation and construcyion dossier …
Responsibilities include planning, coordinating with other disciplines, design reviews with and regular meeting client…
Microsoft Office Tools (Word, Excel, Access, VISIO), S4I
Contact: Moretti, Marie
Description of the SERVICE:
The SERVICE consists of:
• To achieve HSE Project objectives
• To ensure that coating and cathodic protection CP activities at site are fully compliant with Project requirements
• To identify and report any non-conformance with Project requirements
1. To monitor surface preparation, coating and cathodic protection related activities done by Contractor and ensure that activities are fully compliant with Project requirements, specifications, codes, drawings, etc.
2. To ensure that coating & CP record books are properly documented and maintained by Contractor
3. To be aware of the Project specifications and ensure Contractor compliance in relation with Structure Supervisor
4. To perform all Company quality inspections relating to coating & CP
5. To promote application of TEPNG policies, rules, procedures, General Specifications and Project procedures
6. To identify any non-conformance with Project requirements, report to Structure Supervisor and follow-up remedial action by Contractor
7. To ensure that approved modifications are implemented and documented for as-built documentation
8. To be proactive in anticipating events or Contractor’s problems which may affect the successful completion of the Project objectives and inform Structure Supervisor and Site Representative
9. To assist with making of progress records and other key performance indicators
10. To produce accurate activity report to Structure Supervisor
11. To attend Project meetings as and when required
1. To promote, support and enforce the HSE Project objectives and directives
2. To make safety suggestions, report any anomalies, unsafe acts or conditions and follow the Anomaly Report procedure
3. To attend HSE meetings and training when required
Qualification: B.Sc. chemical or mechanical engineering
Professional experience: More than 10 years solid working experience in coating & CP jobs in Oil & Gas
Experience with offshore structure and piping coating & CP works: 5 years
Conversant with relevant ASME, AWS and API codes
ACQPA, FROSIO or NACE qualification minimum Level 3certified by international body
Proven leadership capabilities with strong organizational and coordination abilities
Autonomous, self motivating and active team player
Oral and written fluency in English mandatory
Microsoft Office proficient
Opened to Locals
Contact: Oggar, Helen
Job Marine – (ENERGY VC16263)
• Primary function is to run and actively participate in the NPO marine vessel performance monitoring (VPM) program.
• To support the Marine Lead on technical matters related to ships, barges and all other marine vessels.
• To provide marine systems expertise to all project management teams using marine vessels.
• To advise and actively participate, in the NPO marine pre hire vessel screening, selection and inspection process.
TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• To plan, organize, execute and monitor the quarterly VPM
• Administrate the vessel inspection database and generate KPI’s for vessel performance
• Participate in Pre-hire inspections and administrate reports within the database
• Investigation of vessel deficiencies reported by vessel leads, advise on rectifying actions to be taken by contractors.
• vessel Incident investigation team member.
• Advise projects on matters of class, flag and port state engineering requirements.
• Follow up inspections to verify contractors have closed out deficiencies.
• STCW 95 II/2 Class 1 Master Mariner Certificate of Competency (required)
• Senior DPO (Preferred)
• High level of marine systems knowledge, skill and experience
• Minimum 10-15 years experience to include 2 years served as Master or 5 years served as Chief Officer of Towing, AHT and PSV Vessels, Shore Side Marine Operations in Management of Vessels, a sound knowledge of all IMO and Class Requirements
Contact: Oggar, Helen