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  • Job reference: RMS0112951

Electrical Specialist (Maintenance) - Indonesian

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: Indonesia
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 13/07/2012
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The Role:
- The incumbent provides technical support to Maintenance department in relation to all Electrical aspects of new plant design, commissioning, operability and maintainability.

- After the new plant has been handed over, the incumbent will lead or participate in all electrical related activities to support pre-commissioning and start-up activities. As such, this person must have extensive experience in starting up new electrical equipment and “fine-tuning” them at site.

- After commissioning and start-up, the incumbent will provide all support to operate and maintain the new plant until the facilities are finally handed over to Operations. This includes covering preventative, predictive and breakdown maintenance relating to the electrical discipline.

- The preferred candidate must have over ten years of relevant experience in the electrical field and must be familiar with all types of transformers, VFD systems, motors and controls and diagnostics associated with their components and systems.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
- Bachelor degree in Electrical or Electronic Engineering
- Minimum 10 years of working experience in Engineering activities, Commissioning and Operation (maintenance)
- Preferable from Oil/gas company, LNG/LPG, Petrochemical plant.
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