Scope of work
1. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES
Senior Engineer, Mechanical (Onshore) shall be responsible for the Project Execution covering all Engineering Phases from CFT development, Tendering execution, Basic engineering, Detailed engineering, Construction, Installation, Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning and Start-up.
Senior Engineer, Mechanical (Onshore) shall be responsible for, but not limited to, the following:
• Responsible for expediting all mechanical engineering works related to rotating equipment and packages including engineering reviews and approval of deliverables from contractors and vendors,
• Responsible to ensure that all mechanical (rotating equipment and packages) engineering works are completed in accordance with the applicable contract(s), specifications, design codes and standards including COMPANY, PETRONAS, and Government requirements and regulations as well as the Project Quality and HSE plan during FEED and EPCC.
• Responsible for assisting and providing technical support in procurement of mechanical (rotating) equipment/packages and long-lead items.
• Responsible to provide justification to resolve relevant technical issues, technical queries, deviations, and discrepancies among relevant engineering deliverables.
• Responsible for coordination and communication with other disciplines, as a mechanical (rotating equipment and packages) focal point.
• Responsible for Material Handling Facilities, Methodology and Requirements for Fabrication, Installations and Operation.
• Responsible for ensuring the completeness of Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) Modelling, Design Basis, and Methodology to achieve the desired target.
• Participate and contribute to technical review sessions e.g., HAZID, HAZOP, ALARP, PTR, etc. as a mechanical (rotating equipment and packages) focal point.
• Provide engineering support during construction, pre-commissioning, and commissioning phases where applicable.
• Develop Tender requirement in the responsible discipline and ensure all scope fully captured as Contract requirement for the subsequent stage. Including to be assisting Tendering team to conduct the tendering process until the award.
• Monitor and resolve all Mechanical engineering issues surfaced at jobsites expeditiously for smooth completion of fabrication and installation.
• Ensure correct engineering as-built mark-ups for its discipline and coordinate with design contractor to update into As-built design package and ensure smooth hand-over of both engineering design package and constructed facilities.
• Accountable to the project Facilities Engineer for all Mechanical project works, status reports, reviews, assessments, evaluations and studies as directed suitable for the job position.
• Ensure control, diligence and orderly performance of all Mechanical work executed by contractors and vendors such that the project implementation will meet the project technical requirements and will be completed within the project schedule.
• Specify all Mechanical requirements needed for the project in totality and strategize to prevent potential variation orders and potential contract claims towards the end of the project.
• Support Engineering manager in any special assignment may have during the execution of project e.g., assisting to review the work of Static mechanical equipment, Piping, etc.
2. QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
• Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, in Mechanical Engineering or related field
• Master’s degree Mechanical Engineering is an advantage but not necessary
• Professional certificate by accredited Bodies/ Associations is an advantage but not
• Minimum of 15 years of experience in Onshore gas plant and/or Petrochemical and/or Refinery industry as discipline engineer with proven track record in FEED, Detailed Engineering, Site construction and Projects management & execution.
• Have experience in projects which have high H2S, and high CO2 is an advantage.
• Must have extensive knowledge of rotating equipment and packaging required for Onshore gas
• Have strong knowledge of Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) Modelling, Design Basis, and Methodology
• Familiar with international codes and standards related to rotating equipment and packages commonly accepted in the oil and gas industry.
• Must have extensive knowledge of Material Handling Facilities, Methodology and Requirements for Onshore Installations
• Must have a good understanding of process and facilities design and production operations including a broad range of expertise on conceptual, development and production operations of Onshore Installations.
• Knowledge of features/applications of Digital Oil & Gas field operation is an advantage.