Batch 1 MIEC Inspection Engineer (JO014698) Qatar

Our client which is a crude oil and natural gas company is urgently looking for a Batch 1 MIEC Inspection Engineer”                                 

Terms and Conditions

Location: Doha, Qatar

Status: Resident/Single

Duration of contract: 5 months

Work schedule: 5 days per week/ 8 hrs. per day

Visa+ Mob+ Demob tickets: Provided

Living Allowances: Provided

HSEQ responsibilities:

  • Ensure compliance with Incident Free culture, Health and Safety and environment policy
  • Support and enforce the project HESQ management system (charters, objectives, directives, plans, procedures and specifications etc.)
  • Promotes HSEQ awareness of workforce at all levels through proactive attitude - site tour at construction yard, attend HSEQ meetings ensuring risks are identified, actions assigned and managed within project team and contractors
  • Monitor work activities, especially areas where unsafe acts could occur and ensure that risks have been properly identified and assessed prior to work execution (Job Safety Analysis)
  • Ensure that potential failures, weaknesses and hazards are immediately reported

Technical Inspection responsibilities:

  • Implement and suggest improvements to the Inspection philosophy
  • Review and validate, on spot check basis, the quality and compliance of documents required for the
  • completion of inspection deliverables in the Electronic Documentation System (EDMS)
  • Ensure that inspection requirements are properly addressed, especially for the main packages during detailed enginerring activities (Inspectability)
  • Review documentation both EPCIC and project
  • Review the standardisation of project design evaluating against OPEX costs
  • Participation in maintainability & inspectability reviews as required
  • Manage all Baseline activities ensuring that shedule meets project milestones, working closly with
  • MIEC baseline inspectors and overseeing and resolving technical issues
  • Review and ensure that maintainability and handling aspects are addressed during detailed
  • engineering, construction and commissioning phases including 3 D modelling reviews
  • Review and validate inspection dossiers prepared by MIEC

Project responsibilities:

  • Manage the performance of all indirect or contract personnel working on inspection activities
  • Follow-up, manage and validate the MIEC Inspection engineering activities ensuring that the
  • schedule meets EPCIC milestones
  • Ensure that appropriate resourcing are in place for all inspection activities
  • Co-ordinate the preparation and the implementation of Inspection data to be loaded in CMIMS
  • Manage contracts as directed by MIEC Leader
  • Supervise the preparation, review and validate the Inspection dossiers
  • Prepare the inspection activities required prior and after facilities start up
  • Facilitate efficient communication/information flow with project team, stakeholders and inspection department
  • Ad-hoc activities as required by line manager
  • All staff must be willing to participate in Crisis Response Training and to assist during
  • Emergency Response Situations if required

 

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in engineering
  • Minimum 8 years’ experience in the petrochemical, refining, Oil & Gas exploration or similarindustry in an Inspection Engineering role, TOTAL EXPERIENCE IS PREFERRED
  • Demonstrable experience of Risk Based Inspection experience (RBI) preferably in the petrochemical,
  • refining, Oil & Gas exploration or similar industry
  • Experience with FAME+ software both Engineering and Analysis
  • Detailed knowledge of legislation/regulations relevant to inspection discipline
  • Familiar with  standards, PRODOM and relevant codes and standards
  • Fluent in English (listening, writing and speaking) and its technical vocabulary
  • Computer literate
  • Good communication and analytical skills
  • Medically fit to travel to offshore oil & gas platform
  • H2S OPITO and T-BOSIET certification
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