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  • Job reference: RMS0100058

Design Supervisor (Structural)

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Saudi Arabia
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 14/10/2011
  • Time left:
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The Company:
Our client is a major global Oil and Gas EPC management company that can cover small Brownfield projects to major Greenfield projects.
They are a growth company who can serve as a Sole Supplier, Joint Venture or Subcontractor. With a proven track record of delivering large scale complex projects they are a progressive and attractive company.

The Role:
• Draw and interpret sketch.
• Interpret technical drawing.
• Prepare basic engineering drawing.
• Basic engineering detail drafting.
• Advanced engineering detail drafting and checking.
• Advanced structural detail drafting.
• Create 2D drawings using computer aided design system.
• Create 3D drawings using computer aided design system.
• Ensure that the level of design work is appropriate for the complexity of the construction tasks, achieving a good balance between design costs and implementation costs.
• Work within budget constraints set by Asset Team Leader/ Lead Discipline Engineer

Essential Skills / Experience:
• 12 year of experience in offshore structural design
• Proficiency in the use of general computer softwares such as MS Office, MathCAD etc.
• Proficiency in using offshore structural softwares such as STAAD Pro, SACS, AUTOCAD, PDS, PDMS, etc.
• Must be well versed with Offshore industry related guidelines, codes and regulations such as API-RP-2A, API-RP-2L, DNV rules, offshore material specifications as per BS, ASTM & Euro etc 7 –

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Diploma in Civil / Structural Engineering Design
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