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  • Job reference: RMS0174873

Power Management Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Farnborough, Hampshire
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 16/01/2017
  • Duration: 12 months+
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The Company:
Our client is a major oil and gas company.

The Role:
The PMCS('Power Management & Control System') Commissioning Engineer will report to: the Area Commissioning Manager - Power.

Primary Job Duties/Functions:

* Act as the project CSU PMCS Commissioning Engineer.
* Be responsible for managing the pre-commissioning and commissioning of the PMCS systems in conjunction with the PMCS specialist vendors
* Prepare PMCS commissioning procedures for fabrication yard and for site locations
* Liaise with the Controls and Automation commissioning team for integration of the PMCS to the PCS (Process Control System).
* Liaise with PJV engineering design, construction, fabrication, completions engineers on PMCS.
* Liaise with TCO operations, maintenance and engineering teams on PMCS.
* Attend site visits as required in various locations including: the United States, Europe and Kazakhstan
* Review and comment on PMCS engineering design deliverables & contracts
* Review specialist vendor commissioning plan and site acceptance procedures
* Input to the commissioning planning for all aspects of the PMCS commissioning
* Input to commissioning plans and execution documents
* Assign relevant pre-commissioning PMCS check sheets
* Recruit additional PMCS resource as required (i.e. subordinate commissioning engineers)
* Ensure PMCS system is commissioned in line with Republic of Kazakhstan & Regulatory requirements
* Determine PMCS commissioning team requirements in module yards and site
* Attend FAT's and inspections at vendor premises or designate accordingly
* Attend progress meetings with main engineering design contractor & Client
* Review / agree vendor PMCS FAT requirements
* Coordinate Commissioning spares lists for PMCS equipment
* Coordinate the hands on training of the operators on the systems in the vendor yard

The electrical power management systems for the Project, collectively known as the PMCS - Power Management and Control System, will be managed by four independent electrical control systems. It
comprises extensive greenfield scope as well as several complex brownfield tie ins:

ECS - Electrical Control System
Monitors and controls the electrical distribution system, routes all PCS
(process control system) Management and control signals between
switchgear and LV motors, UPS's and battery chargers. ECS also trends,

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
* Ideally qualified to HND or degree level
* 10 years relevant Oil and Gas industry experience
* Very strong knowledge/understanding of Power Management and Control Systems (PMCS)
* Very strong experience in power generation and electrical distribution networks
* Hands on commissioning experience relating to commissioning of PMCS, electrical distribution and generation systems
* Ability to multitask would be highly desirable
* Excellent troubleshooting capabilities
* Good communicator - effectively communicate at all levels and on complex topics

About Fircroft:
Fircroft has been placing people in specialist technical industries for approaching half a century, focusing on mid to senior level engineers for contract and permanent roles worldwide. By applying for this job you give consent for Fircroft to contact you, via email & telephone, to discuss your application along with future positions and Fircroft's services.

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