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  • Job reference: RMS0119155

Commissioning Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Azerbaijan
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 28/11/2012
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The Company:
One of major oil & gas companies in the Caspian Region is seeking for a Commissioning Engineer.
The core role of the Commissioning Engineer is to manage and provide commissioning support for Construction/ Commissioning activities of the Operations Projects.
The Commissioning Engineer will be responsible for the planning and execution of the project commissioning and handover to operations. Reporting to the Construction and Commissioning Manager, the Commissioning Engineer will play a key rol

The Role:
Lead engineering contractors and vendors to develop and deliver the commissioning plans for all projects; execute the offshore commissioning and de-commissioning plans.
Develop startup plans and provide engineering support to Construction team during startup.
Coordinate the capture and sharing of best practices and lessons
Ensure that the GOC processes are in place for the safe and cost effective start-ups for multiple projects at any given time.
Act as a role model to promote a robust Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) culture in the project community.

Work with and ensure the engineering contractors understand and perform the required integration of the system breakdown into the engineering work packages.
Work with and ensure the engineering contractors develop the handover testing documentation.
Work with and assure the off site fabrication sites understand and perform the GOC requirements for testing and documentation.
Work with and assure the on site construction management teams and the construction and Functional Check Out (FCO) contractors understand and perform the GOC requirements for testing, documentation and turnover.
Work with and assure that Operations understand the GOC process and requirements.
Work with and assist Operations with commissioning/startups as required.
Participate in engineering package reviews of projects and provide
constructive input to the design team.
Promote a team culture between the field and off site based project team members and contractors.
Encourage FCO and Operations personnel to review the design package early in the course of projects to eliminate rework.
Anticipate and resolve problems encountered in the field to eliminate costly rework or re-testing.
Assist the Project Leaders and the Construction Engineers with preparing cost estimates and schedules.
Work as part of the Projects Team to ensure smooth coordination between off site fabricators, construction, FCO and commissioning of all projects.
Ensure turnover of completed projects through company's GOC process.
Work with the on site construction management teams to ensure that the FCO contractor and Operations have the required resources to complete the FCO and commissioning on a timely and cost effective manor.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
University Degree or equivalent
Experience working in engineering or project management
5 years of relevant work experience, preferable in the oil and gas industry.
Knowledge of commissioning turnover systems.

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to influence and have an impact on others in a non-confrontational manner.
Offshore facilities experience as related to project commissioning on offshore facility
Strong coaching and mentoring capacity for Azerbaijani National Engineer
10 years of relevant work experience
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