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On May 26, 2015,



  • to provide specific expertise relevant to the Engineering and QA/QC activities to be carried out for the design, construction completion, commissioning and handover of Projects in compliance with applicable Laws, Codes and Standards
  • to develop detailed commissioning documentation in support of timely and efficient project completion and Handover

Tasks :

  • utilizes the documentation issued by Company for the job (equipment & instrumentation data sheets, P&ID’s, one line diagrams, plot plan, vendors’ drawing etc.) and proposes revisions as need during operability and maintenance checking performed at the site;
  • carries out tests or jobs assigned by the discipline leader
  • supports the discipline leader to compile the tests forms procedure and data sheet
  • works with P&I diagrams, control diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.
  • supports the discipline leader to put in safety conditions equipment or system
  • verifies, measures and checks protections, final drive devices, boards and motors
  • verifies rotating machines system alignment for tests and coordinates temporary pieces preparation
  • checks open and closed loops, verifies DCS systems and instruments’ calibration
  • coordinates the shift personnel and/or group of technicians reporting to him;
  • communicates verbally and written (Log book preparation, Interoffice Memorandum, Minute of meetings etc.) in English language;
  • supervises units operation under critical and emergency situations;
  • interfaces with other project disciplines to ensure smooth, reliable and timely flow of data, and information
  • reviews and evaluates any proposals/requests pertaining to Mechanical/ Electrical/ I&C, and provides technical support in Project decision making
  • provides technical assessment and support for commissioning Mechanical/ Electrical/ I&C issues regarding site queries submitted by Contractors
  • directly organizes and supervises all commissioning activities in the field
  • reviews Contractor and Company documents for adequacy
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