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Electrical Superintendant - Construction

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Goseong
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 26/03/2015
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The Company:
Our Client is one of the world's largest energy companies with over 95,000 employees in 100 countries around the world, providing its customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, retail services and petrochemicals products for everyday items. Our Client's brand has grown to become recognised worldwide for quality gasoline, transport fuels, chemicals and alternative sources of energy such as wind, solar and biofuels.

The Role:
The Electrical Superintendent is responsible for leading a team of electrical inspectors and for confirming that the electrical aspects of the ships under construction are in accordance with the shipbuilding contract and approved plans. The role is part of the site leadership team reporting to the Site Construction Manager and is the focal point for the electrical aspects of the ships for the shipyard construction personnel.

1. Manage the electrical inspection demand on the site team by coordinating the activities of a team of electrical inspectors.
2. Confirm the competency of the team of electrical inspectors and ensure that they have all equipment and information available to them in order to perform their work.
3. Take part in inspections and witness testing and be fully aware of the status of all ships under construction in terms of their compliance with the contract and approved plans.
4. To report regularly, formally and informally, to the Construction Manager any deviations from the contract or approved plans and to report any issues that may affect the delivery or finished standard, including certification of the ships.
5. To be the main point of contact for electrical issues related to the construction of the vessels and liaise with representatives of appropriate shipyard departments to discuss problems and recommend remedial action where standards are in question or where defects have been identified.
6. Take part in Sea Trials as directed by the Site Construction Manager.
7. On delivery of a ship, formally confirm to the Site Construction Manager that the ship is in compliance or otherwise with the requirements of the contract and approved plans.
8. Maintain clear and comprehensive records of all tests and inspections on a centralised database in accordance with the project document management procedures.
9. Develop and maintain a relationship of cooperation and mutual respect with the Shipyard representatives.
10. To conduct an effective Management of Change process including comprehensive hand over notes to ensure continuity and full visibility of role prior to any period of leave or extended period of absence from the Site Team.
11. To performance manage direct reports as directed by the Site Construction Manager.
12. To work safely and to be intolerant of unsafe acts or conditions. To promote good HSSE behaviours and to stop and report any unsafe acts. To liase with the HSSE Superintendent / Inspector and report any unsafe conditions.
13. To review and approve shipyard plans and drawings as required by the Engineering Standards Manager
14. To comply with the Code of Conduct

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
• Degree in Electrical Engineering or have sailed in the rank of Electrical Technical Officer on oil tankers
• Electrical experience as a shipyard production area supervisor, a class field surveyor or a fleet support electrical superintendent for an oil tanker operator.
• Understand the importance of quality management and HSSE management systems as they apply to new ship construction
• Membership of professional body appropriate for the electrical discipline

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
• Chartered Engineer
• Previous Electrical Superintendent experience
• Previous experience working in a Korean shipyard
• Familiar with Shipping Design & Construction Standards
• Familiar with flag state responsibilities and organisations as they apply to new ship construction
• Good understanding of Integrity Management Standard and Design Assurance activities as they apply to ship new construction
• Familiar with Shipping MPcp process.
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