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Lead Electrical Engineer (Operations Support)

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Energy, Oil & Gas
  • Discipline:
  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2018-39117_1542296800

Job Description

Primat Recruitment is seeking a lead electrical engineer to work for our client in Aberdeen on a permanent basis.

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Ensure compliance with legislative requirements, industry standards, company procedures and good engineering practice
  • Maintain asset Performance Standards and Planned Maintenance Assurance routines
  • Manage relevant electrical Safety & Environmental Critical Elements, ensuring compliance with Performance Standards
  • Liaise with the regulator and ICP
  • Assist with maintenance of asset CAT 1 electrical documentation
  • Liaise with the Electrical TA, but able to manage the Electrical team without direct TA support.

Asset Support

  • Provide front line technical support to the asset
  • Assist asset support engineers in the provision of expedient front line technical support to assets
  • Provision of checking facility for asset produced documentation
  • Input to and support of development of Operational Risk Assessments
  • Lead/participate in incident investigations and produce reports
  • Contribute to and support asset shutdown plans ensuring electrical scopes are provided for
  • Lead equipment reliability & availability studies with the aim of identifying sub-standard performance and develop improvement plans accordingly
  • Manage critical & operating spares with the aim of ensuring spares are available in support of planned & unplanned maintenance activities
  • Lead operations support studies e.g. obsolescence, spares

EXPERIENCE

  • Knowledge of discipline legislation, safety cases, safety management systems and technical codes
  • Knowledge of the safety, environmental and operational aspects of an Oil and Gas operator environment.
  • Electrical engineering in a supervisory capacity
  • Provision of planned and reactive maintenance support to operating asset
  • Shutdown preparation
  • Competent in operation of a Computer Maintenance Management System
  • Modification/project development stages from appraise to operate/close-out
  • Project supporting documents e.g. SoW, BoD, Engineering Workpacks for vendor and offshore work scopes.

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Electrical engineering Masters or Bachelor's degree.

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