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  • Job reference: RMS0144379

Lead engineer, I&C, PS and MT

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Moscow
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 24/11/2014
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The Company:
Our client is looking for Lead engineer, Instrumentation and Controls, PS and MT

The Role:
Lead engineer, I&C, PS and MT reports directly to Chief Project Engineer, PS and Pipelines Facilities (hereinafter - Supervisor).
• Develop Task Orders and Explanatory Notes for MT and PS Control Systems engineering activities, design relay protections and automation hardware
• Interface with Engineering Contractors performing design of MT and PS Control Systems, including mainline and booster pumps’ electric drive/reduction gear/pump, electric drive of block valves and auxiliary systems, Diesel Power Plants, design of relay protections and automation hardware in accordance with COMPANY Quality Management Plan. Monitor schedule completion and completeness of engineering efforts, quality of design and detailed design deliverables, their compliance with Task Order (TO), Scope of Work (SOW) and regulatory requirements
• Review, verify and accept design deliverables developed by contractors against Project Plans and Procedures. Verify and define power equipment specifications and Instrumentation data sheets during Detailed Engineering.
• Pursue single technical policy in the area of design, acceptance and construction of MT and PS Control Systems.
• Participate in Control Systems individual and integrated tests, trial operation, preliminary and acceptance tests, and acceptance for permanent operation.
• Follow up design documentation during construction phase, Review, endorse, record changes to design documentation per standard procedures.
• Participate in the development of COMPANY Expansion Project Specifications, plans and procedures.
• Endorse technical issues associated with design and construction of Control Systems for PS and MT facilities.
• Develop upon management request of required letters, reference data and presentations.
• Participate in acceptance of completed civil works verifying they comply with engineering solutions.
• Interface with PMC Company and contractors performing construction of Control Systems for PS and MT facilities.
• Monitor progress of construction and installation and Start-Up activities for MT and PS facilities Control Systems, quality of as-built documentation development.
• Interface with Construction and Authorship Supervision Contractors.
• Participation in acceptance commission of completed PS and Pipeline facilities as related to Control Systems putting in operation.
• Interfacing with State supervision and project expert review authorities

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Lead engineer, I&C, PS and MT should have higher education in engineering, construction and operation of Control Systems on the trunk oil pipelines.
Lead engineer, I&C, PS and MT should have 5+ years oil and gas experience with 5+ years of operations design and construction experience - desirable 5 years of work experience in design, and construction of operation facilities as related to Control Systems.
To perform his/her duties, Lead engineer, I&C, PS and MT should possess the following skills and knowledge:
• Knowledge of international standards and RF regulatory documents applicable to oil pipelines engineering. PC skills;
• Must be self-starting and capable of developing cooperative working relationships in a multi-national and geographically spread working environment;
• Good communication skills;
• Willing to learn & to train.
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