Preservation Engineer (Oil & Gas) Middle East – Sharjah


CA Oil & Gas Middle East is looking for a PRESERVATION ENGINEER (Oil & Gas) Middle East – Sharjah

Reference: MVS
Salary: Highly Negotiable
Start: asap

Scope of Responsibilities:

  • Manage and supervises the preservation of materials at the site.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Collate and review of storage & preservation procedures and specifications and Vendor Instructions for various equipments & materials procured to the project.
  • Monitoring and periodically audit other contractors at site to ensure that they adhere to all project preservation specifications & procedures, vendor instructions & good working practice as appropriate.
  • Preparation of Onsite preservation & Inspection program e.g. preparation of periodic maintenance check list
  • Maintain history of equipments from date of arrival till mechanical completion.
  • Co-ordinate /audit the handover of preservation activities & records upon completion of contractors scope of work & before contractors demobilization from site.
  • Review and document preservation applied during transit of equipment to site.
  • Inspect the integrity of preservation of equipment upon arrival.
  • Develop a need list of preservation media/materials, coordinate with responsible parties for procurement of same.
  • Direct preservation team/crew onto the preservation scope of work to be carried out.

Qualification:

  • Graduate Engineer with 12 years of experience
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2 thoughts on “Preservation Engineer (Oil & Gas) Middle East – Sharjah

  1. I am a Mechanical Engineer – Preservation Coordinator and I am currently working in JGC Corporation in IGD-Habshan 5 Project

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