Civil Field Engineer (Offshore)
at SPIE OIL & Gas Services in
Civil Field Engineer (Offshore) Full time at SPIE OIL & Gas Services in Qatar
Job highlightsPosted on February 6, 2014
Fluent English is a Must
Should have min 10 years experience in oil & gas industry
Should have experience in SIMOPS, Brownfield, Commissioning, Construction & Start up, Deep Excavation, Booster Pump, Cables Rack, Hidden Cables.
- Knowledge of Company HSE policy, rules and procedures (HSE MS) and in particular ISO14001 standard.
- Observance of the company HSE policy, rules and procedures.
- Participation to HSE activities and global improvement (e.g. referential, reporting, REX, audits, Maestro, trainings, HSE action plans...)
- Review and approval of Civil, Architectural Deliverables as per the Document Distribution matrices
- Review of Construction Method Statement from Safety, Quality, Engineering, and Construction perspectives
- Provide Engineering Input to resolve Construction Issues
- Look for ways to optimize the engineering, procurement, testing, and construction activities to assist the Contractor in meeting the project schedule
- Review and technical approval of Non Conformance and Deviation Requests
- Review and quantity validation of Contractor request for Variation Orders related to Civil, Architectural works
- Cooperating closely with the Safety Team to ensure that HSE standards are maintained and that Safety issues are monitored and addressed by the site supervision team
- Ensuring that contractors duties are performed by competent and experienced personnel and in sufficient numbers to achieve objectives
- Progress reporting to the Construction Manager on Daily, Weekly and Monthly basis
- Ensures that all activities comply with Quality Control procedures during Engineering and Construction
- Provide assistance in the execution of all 'project close-out' activities (including REX)
- Performs other similar or related duties as required or assigned by Project Manager
SPIE OIL & Gas Services
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