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  • Job reference: RMS0151197

Instrumetnation Advisor

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Algeria
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 25/11/2014
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (02/12/14)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our client is a major oil and gas company

The Role:
Responsibilities.
The Instrument Advisor is to provide assurance of PIUL’s engineering, construction & commissioning activities of the Instrument Process / Utilities Systems, up to CAC to ensure that PIUL deliver project facilities to ISG Operations in accordance with COMPANIES technical standards and project schedule. The Instrument Advisor is to provide field engineering and commissioning support during start-up activities up to PAC.

The Instrument Advisor shall display HSSE leadership and promote HSSE expectations, behaviors’ and working practices with all CONTRACTORS personnel including suppliers and sub-suppliers.

Specifically, the Instrument Advisor is responsible for:
• Review of commissioning plans and procedures,
• Review of commissioning spares listings,
• Ensure commissioning requirements are identified and followed up during the engineering, procurement and construction phases;
• Document the satisfactory completion of pre-commissioning (mechanical completion endorsement / review) and commissioning work using standardised commissioning procedures, methods, documentation and control systems;
• Direct where necessary, vendors to complete additional tests and checks where practical to eliminate those traditionally carried out on site.
• Identification of the predecessors/sequential relationship between the system and sub systems by site to meet site completion requirement.
• Review of procedures for preservation, de-preservation and re-preservation of equipment integrated with the mechanical completions and commissioning schedules/plans.
• Providing regular communication of system status, schedule issues, quality issues, etc to the Site Manager through participation in weekly meetings.
• Signing-off inspection reports and Project Completion System ‘A’ check sheets (where deemed necessary) for Instrument discipline.
• Ensuring Brownfield modifications to Instrument equipment are managed through the operations MOC process as per UU00-K-AAPP-000-9006, Philosophy for Management of Change to Existing Facilities and UU00-K-AAPP-000-9007 Brownfield Workpack Review & Approval Procedure.
• Ensuring non-conformances, site queries, concessions and deviations are correctly documented and closed out by CONTRACTORS.
• Participating in tri-party (PIUL Construction, PIUL Commissioning & COMPANIES) sub-system walk down at mechanical completion (MC) stage, for sub-systems with instrument equipment content and ensuring all defects are minimized/closed out at walk-down or correctly captured in agreed categorized punch list.
• Witnessing and overseeing satisfactory Mechanical Completion and Pre-Commissioning work up to when the readiness for energising stage has been achieved.
• Acceptance of a formal (Provisional) Handover from the EPC Contractor at completion of Pre-commissioning.
• Witnessing of the execution of site commissioning carried out by the EPC Contractor.
• Acceptance of a formal Handover from EPC Contractors at completion of Commissioning.
• Ensuring the use of overrides and inhibits is rigorously controlled as per procedure UK00-K-VBPP-000-0205 and register is maintained.
• Signing-off inspection reports and Project Completion System ‘B’ check sheets for Instrument discipline.
• Ensure safety critical Electrical equipment meets the performance standards defined in document UU00-B-XXSF-000-0040.
• Providing input into the preparation of the Start-up procedures, as required by the Start-up Team Leader and being familiar with the start-up schedule.
• Provide technical support to Start-up Team Leader during the Start-up activities. Champion troubleshooting problems within instrument discipline, data gathering and resolving technical issues.
• Ensuring construction/commissioning/Start-Up ‘lessons learned’ are reviewed and implemented as appropriate.

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