Lowongan migas di Brunel Energy

PT. Inti Brunel Teknindo is the sole agent for Brunel Energy (www.brunelenergy.net), provides specialist personnel to the international oil & gas, petrochemical, power generation and construction industries. Our clients are predominantly major operating companies and international engineering or construction companies. We have a global network with local market knowledge in 97 locations around the world. Currently, our clientsare looking for some positions based in Indonesia. Company : Major Operator Company
Employment Status : Contract
Work Location : Jakarta/Cepu
Availability join request : soon
Salary : N/A
Closing date of advertisement : 1 week
Open for : National (Indonesian)
Position :
1. Start-Up Specialist Production/CCR – Onshore (1 position)
Job Function:
The Prod/CCR SU Specialist will be utilized to support the Banyu Urip Project. This will require a rotational assignment with continuous mobilization and demobilization.
The Prod/CCR SU Specialist assists in the execution of the integrated systems completions/start-up program. From Construction through the stable Operations phase. This Specialist assists with the effective execution of systems completions/acceptance tasks and identification/mitigation of “look ahead” activities critical to ensuring an orderly integration of Producing Facilities. Specialist required to provide guidance, training, and oversight regarding systems completions to the PMT Start-Up Organization and Contractor”s Systems Completion Organization.
The Prod/CCR SU Specialist will play a leading role in the start-up of the facilities. In particular, the Operation of the systems and processes from the control room board.
Responsibilities & Duties:
• Assist with the development and execution of the Systems Completions Plan.
• Reinforce the requirement for safe practices in a construction, commissioning, and startup environment.
• Provide in-put in regard to Initial Start- up Procedures, Commissioning Procedures, Operating Procedures, and all required Start-up Documentation. Participate in an integrated, cohesive Start-up team providing training and mentorship throughout the assignment. Participate and witness all Systems Completion checks, particularly those associated with the control room. i.e. Loop checks, functionality checks, cause and effect testing, etc.
• May involve certain Factory Acceptance
• Tests (FATs) participation.
• Participate in system walk-downs identifying deficiencies as part of the Systems Completion process. Participate in training from vendors as well as operational and simulator training.
• Become engaged in the work management process. Understand and adhere to the site PTW practice/policies.
• Become familiar with the Project Completion Management System (CMS).
• Provide input to the development/completion of work packs and Turnover and Completion Packages (TCPs) and ensure they are implemented in accordance with Systems Completion Specification. Comprehend all plant systems and processes well enough to operate the “board” during initial start up.
• Support Operations Board Operators (CROs) from systems completions activities through stable operations.
• Take part in the planning and execution of plant perform
Required Knowledge, Qualification, Skill, And Experiences:
• Minimum education Diploma 3 with
• 10 years experience in oil and gas plant facilities or
• Having minimum 20 years experience experience in oil and gas plant facilities and minimum of 10 years as a Central Control Room Operator
• 10 years experiences in system completions and
• Has at least one major H2S Greenfield start up experience Working knowledge of ExxonMobil practices, processes, and expectations with respect to equipment systems completions, commissioning, and start-up of the facilities.
• Strong working knowledge of a DCS based control system. Background must include DCS board operator experience. Practical experience in an H2S environment.
• Strong process knowledge of the following systems:
1. Crude separation and stripping.
2. Produced water degassing.
3. Fuel gas sweetening.
4. Sulfur recovery from gas sweetened for fuel gas.
5. Gas dehydration and compression.
6. Steam Generation and Systems.
• Direct “hands on” experience in plant/system start-up with exceptional trouble-shooting skills. Working understanding of Project completions and commissioning practices
• Demonstrate good intrapersonal skills with the ability to interact effectively with project personnel.
• Requires patience and fortitude whil coaching and mentoring others.
• Ability to work in harsh environments and in stressful situations.
• Overseas experienced desirable, but not required.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of software programs.
2. Start-Up Lead Offshore Facilities (1 position)
Job Function:
The Startup Lead reports to the System Completion Manager and acts to support interface between Project and Operations to facilitate a seamless transition to steady state operations.
Responsibilities & Duties:
• The Startup Lead reports to the System Completion Manager and acts to support interface between Project and Operations to facilitate a seamless transition to steady state operations. Primary responsibilities include:
• Coordinates development of initial start up procedures
• Interfaces with System Completion Coordinator/Lead to coordinate and schedule start up support resources including Discipline Leads, EPCC Contractor Specialists, spare parts, equipment, temporary connection, tools, materials and Vendor Support.
• Develops contingency plans and prepares reasonable pre planning for potential execution based on criticality. Develops inputs for the systems completion budget.
• Maintains start up documentation including integrated schedules, reports, procedures and stewards to the Start up coordinator progress, issues and concerns.
• During start up execution, coordinates start up planning and support and interfaces with the senior field superintendent on systems turnover and acceptance.
• Provides daily and “look-ahead” start up activity planning and progress reports.
• Coordinates execution of startup activities.
• Participates in Systems walk-down. Assists Startup Coordinator in preparation for facilities acceptance.
Required Knowledge, Qualification, Skill, And Experiences:
• Minimum education Diploma 3 with 10 years experience in oil and gas plant facilities or
• Having minimum 20 years experience experience in oil and gas plant facilities.
• 10 years experiences in system completions and
• Has at least one major Greenfield start up experience
• Facilitation of team plans and building involving more than 8 people ,
• Foreign assignments and multi-national workforces
• Well, plant, pipeline and FSO operations and maintenance experience.
• Planning assignment – staff work to the engineering and / or operations function Good communication and interfacing skills
• Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Visio capable
3. Start-Up Lead Onshore Facilities (1 position)
Job Function:
The Startup Lead reports to the Start- Up Manager and acts to support interface between Project and Operations to facilitate a seamless transition to steady state operations.
Responsibilities & Duties:
The Startup Lead reports to the Start- Up Manager and acts to support interface between Project and Operations to facilitate a seamless transition to steady state operations. Primary responsibilities include:
• Coordinates development of initial start up procedures
• Interfaces with Commissioning Manager and Leads to coordinate and schedule start up support resources including Discipline Leads, EPC Contractor Specialists, spare parts, equipment, temporary connection, tools, materials, vendor support, First-Fill etc.
• Develops contingency plans and prepares reasonable pre planning for potential execution based on criticality.
• Develops inputs for the systems completion budget
• Maintains start up documentation including integrated schedules, reports, procedures and reports progress, issues and concerns to the Start-Up Manager
• During start up execution, coordinates start up planning and support and interfaces with the field superintendent on systems turnover and acceptance.
• Provides daily and “look-ahead” start up activity planning and progress reports.
• Coordinates execution of startup activities.
• Participates in Systems walk-down. Assists Startup Manager in preparation for facilities acceptance.
Required Knowledge, Qualification, Skill, And Experiences:
• Minimum education Diploma 3 with 10 years experience in oil and gas plant facilities or
• Having minimum 20 years experience experience in oil and gas plant facilities.
• 10 years experiences in system completions
• Has at least one experience in a major sour Greenfield project start-up Facilitation of team building involving more than 8 people ,
• Foreign assignments and multi-national workforces
• Well, plant, pipeline and FSO operations and maintenance experience
• Planning assignment – staff work through the engineering and/or operations function
• Good communication and interfacing skills
• Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Visio capable
4. Start-Up Specialist Automation Onshore (1 position)
Job Function:
The Automation SU Specialist will be utilized to support the Banyu Urip Project. This will require a rotational assignment with continuous mobilization and demobilization. The Automation SU Specialist assists in the execution of the integrated systems completions/start-up program. From Construction through the stable Operations phase. This Specialist assists with the effective execution of systems completions/acceptance tasks and identification/mitigation of “look ahead” activities critical to ensuring an orderly integration of Producing Facilities. Specialist required to provide guidance, training, and oversight regarding systems completions to the PMT Start-Up Organization and Contractor”s Systems Completion Organization. The Automation SU Specialist will focus on the performance of all automated and integrated systems during initial start-up.
Responsibilities & Duties:
• Assist with the development and execution of the Systems Completions Plan.
• Reinforce the requirement for safe practices in a construction, commissioning, and startup environment.
• Provide in-put in regard to Initial Start- up Procedures, Commissioning Procedures, Operating Procedures, and all required Start-up Documentation. Participate in an integrated cohesive Start-up team providing training and mentorship throughout the assignment. Participate in and witness all Systems Completion checks, particularly those associated with the automation aspects of the plant systems and processes. Some participation in selective Factory Acceptance Tests (FATs).
• Participate in system walk-downs identifying deficiencies as part of the Systems Completion process. Participate in training from vendors as well as operational and simulator training.
• Become engaged in the work management process. Understand and adhere to the site PTW practice/policies.
• Become familiar with the Project Completion Management System (CMS).
• Provide input to the development/completion of work packs and Turnover and Completion Packages (TCPs) and ensure they are implemented in accordance with Systems Completion Specification. Comprehend the automation of the plant systems and processes well enough to provide insight and head off any equipment deficiencies during start- up and operation.
• Monitor all automated related systems to keep the equipment healthy and provide trouble-shooting support. Support Operations Plant Automation Technicians from systems completions activities through stable operations.
• Take part in the planning and execution of plant performance testing.
Required Knowledge, Qualification, Skill, And Experiences:
• Minimum education Diploma 3 with 10 years experience in oil and gas plant facilities or Having minimum 20 years experience experience in oil and gas plant facilities and Minimum of 10+ years in the field of Automation.
• 10 years experiences in system completions and
• Has at least one major sour gas Greenfield start up experience Knowledgeable of ExxonMobil practices, processes, and expectations with respect to equipment systems completions, commissioning, and start- up of the facilities.
• Excellent working knowledge of site specific automation processes and systems and thorough working knowledge of DCS design and functionality in oil and gas production start-up and operations.
• Strong knowledge of developing and using loop drawings/one line diagrams/P&ID/cause and effect diagrams.
• Good working knowledge of voice and data communications systems.
• Good knowledge of ESD system, PSD system, and Alarm Management data bases.
• Provide vendor interface through MICC team for all DCS related systems. Ensure functionality of DCS and communications systems at start-up through stable operations.
• Working experience with process electronics/PLC/DCS, pneumatic, and turbine controls.
• Strong working knowledge of plant processes combined with good trouble- shooting skills.
• Requires patience and fortitude while coaching and mentoring others.
• Practical experience in an H2S environment.
• Direct “hands on” experience in plant/system start-up.
• Working understanding of Project completions and commissioning practices.
• Demonstrate good intrapersonal skills with the ability to interact effectively with project personnel.
• Ability to work in harsh environments and in stressful situations.
• Overseas experience desirable, but not required.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of software programs.
5. Construction Area Superintendent (1 position)
Job Function:
Manage Company site teams in accordance with project objectives, Interfaces with working groups at the site.

Responsibility And Duties:
• Reports to Construction Lead and will assist him in executing his responsibilities and act in his behalf during his absence.
• Monitors Contractor”s SHE Program on site to ensure compliance to Expansion Project Procedures. Address goals set by the project in these areas. Reports statistics in a timely manner.
• Represents PTF for all construction activities and is the project field contact with the contractor”s construction site organization.
• Monitor contractor”s construction activities and provide advice as necessary to ensure they meet job specifications within budget and schedule and that they comply with operating unit safety rules and procedures.
• Monitor contractor”s subcontract administration, field purchasing, materials handling procedures, warehousing activities and ensure proper expediting of subcontractors and materials as necessary to meet project”s construction requirements.
• Participate in review of subcontracts and ensure that adequate control and changes in work procedures are established.
• Approve construction field changes and extra work requests as delegated by Project Manager.
• Supervise and manage direct report project personnel.
• Coordinate with rest of task force to use established control systems to monitor and expedite progress in the field.
• Represent PTF to the operating unit on matters related to construction activities.
• Coordinate mechanical acceptance and start-up activities between operating unit and contractor.
• Assist PMT in meeting OIMS expectations as required, especially OIMS Element 2 (Risk Assessment), OIMS Element 3 (Facility Design & Construction), OIMS Element 9 (Incident Investigation) and OIMS Element 10 (Community Awareness).
Required Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills, And Experiences :
• Bachelor of Science in Engineering.
• Good written and verbal communication skills with the ability to communicate at all levels from senior management to field labor.
• Good technical and supervisory skills.
• Minimum of fifteen (15) years broad experience in all project phases, i.e. engineering, procurement and construction, would have at least ten (10) years specific involvement in major process facilities.
• Minimum of five (5) years as a Construction Manager.
• Worldwide experience with contractors and vendors, in particular those involved in the construction of onshore facilities.
6. Commissioning Mechanical Rotating Equipment & Piping (1 position)
Job Function:
• The commissioning specialist – mechanical & piping reports to the commissioning lead – onshore facilities and his scope of work includes epc1, 2 and 5 projects . The specialist primary function is to collaborate with the epc contractors to develop project commissioning plans and procedures for systems and equipment associated with mechanical and piping, and to execute the project commissioning programs under the leadership of the commissioning lead.
The specialist shall provide oversight and assists in the execution of the commissioning and turnover programs and supports all systems completion activities from construction through stable operations phase. The specialist shall act as ansme (subject matter expert) in the discipline specific commissioning activities. The specialist is responsible to provide guidance, training, and oversight within his discipline regarding commissioning planning and execution to the pt organization and contractor”s systems completion organization.
Responsibility And Duties (Including But Not Limited To) :
• Provide support and guidance to the epc contractors in the development of project specific systems completions plan.
• Provide support in the installation and operation of a computerized completion management system (cms) database for tracking, certification, and quality control purposes. Monitor the cms database of engineering parameters, check sheets, and verification criteria.
• Involve operations representatives in commissioning planning and execution. Ensure operations personnel are familiarized with plant equipment and systems according to the requirements the operability management plan.
• During detail design phase, under the direction of the commissioning lead and in collaboration with the epc contractors:
• Provide guidance to epc contractors to ensure proper planning of commissioning activities and alignment of execution planning with pt and operations.
• Prepare all commissioning deliverables including turnover and completion packages (tcp”s), work packs, check-sheets, systems boundary drawings, systems description, minimum equipment testing matrix, commissioning procedures, preservation/de-preservation plans and procedures, completion dossiers, final systems list and priorities, commissioning spares, first fills, commissioning consumables, temporary equipment for commissioning, etc.
• Create a vendor support register for commissioning activities including timely mobilization and demobilization dates. Liaise with start-up lead to integrate commissioning and start-up vendor support requirements
• During construction, commissioning and start-up phases, under the direction of the commissioning lead and in collaboration with the epc contractors:
• Provide onsite safety leadership to ensuring safe execution of commissioning activities and participate in pt safety initiatives
• Execute fat (factory acceptance test) plan and procedures and ensure that contractors document the execution of fat and upload the fat results into the project cms database.
• Provide guidance and participate in commissioning activities during construction completion, static commissioning, dynamic commissioning and turnover of systems.
• Provide guidance and participate in the execution of discipline specific commissioning procedures, tcp”s and work packs and ensure that they are executed in accordance with the systems completion specifications. Assist with trouble-shooting of systems and processes when required.
• Provide guidance and participate in the execution of systems completion acceptance processes including walk-downs and punch list activities
• Provide commissioning input for safety and operability reviews
• Review startup and operating manuals and provide input
• Provide timely recommendations in regard to contingency plans and changing schedules.
• Provide support to the start-up team in the planning and execution of the facilities start-up and performance test
• Assist in coordinating workshops to capture lesson learned
Required Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills, And Experiences:
• A minimum of 10 years relevant work experience in engineering, construction or commissioning of oil and gas project facilities or related industries and/or operations of oil and gas facilities, upstream and/or downstream, including a minimum of 2 years work experience as a completion/commissioning specialist in a similar size and complexity project
• Direct "hands on" experience in project commissioning activities of similar size and complexity.
• Proven expertise in mechanical and piping systems commissioning.
• Excellent working knowledge of mechanical equipment, piping detail, civil works, and broad-knowledge of site specific mechanical systems.
• Strong working knowledge of plant processes combined with good trouble-shooting skills.
• Working knowledge of industry practices, processes, and expectations with respect to mechanical equipment, piping, electrical, instrumentation and control systems completions and commissioning.
• Practical experienced in an h2s environment.
• Overseas work experience is desirable but not required.
• Demonstrated excellent interpersonal skills and communication skills with the ability to interact effectively with project personnel.
• Ability to work in harsh environments and in stressful situations.
• Proficient in microsoft office suite and other related softwares
• Demonstrated willingness to relocate to engineering office site, installation site and other work sites as required for the banyuurip onshore projects completion/commissioning.
7. Facilities Engineer (3 positions)
Job Function:
The Facilities Engineer, as part of the Facilities Engineering Team, provides support to the Site Engineering Manager, Engineering Lead, and the Engineering Team by assuming responsibility for the coordination and stewardship of a broad range of engineering, planning and coordination activities. Based on project requirements, the Facilities Engineer may also be assigned responsibility for defined components or areas of the engineering work scope to ensure effective integration and execution of cross-discipline activities.
Responsibility And Duties:
• Supports the Engineering Project Team with the coordination, execution and stewardship of some or all of the following selected activities:
• Area responsibility for the CPF Utilities, CPF Process or the Wellpads & Offsites
• Procurement – Engineering Interface and Engineering Management Processes
• Identification, facilitation, and reporting of critical and long lead equipment procurement issues
• Tracking and prioritization of construction and procurement support deliverables
• Engineering change management (Change Inquiries, Requests, Proposals, and MOCs)
• Interfacing with contractor(s) and MCL PT for problem solving and resolution of multi-discipline engineering issues
• Assisting the Facilities Engineer Specialist with data development and assimilation (narratives, charts, graphs, etc.) required for engineering surveillance and progress reporting
• Organize and coordinate as appropriate design / operability / constructability reviews and risk assessments
• Capture and communicate engineering lessons learned
• Follow-up on Quality audit findings related to engineering
• Recommending corrective actions where deficiencies in contractor”s performance are uncovered and verifies actions are taken and desired results are achieved
• Assists the Facilities Engineer Specialist to coordinate specification deviations including Functional SME reviews where required
• Prepares MOCs for designated project component and ensures implementation of change
• Participates in technical reviews with contractor and vendor personnel
• Assists with coordination and stewardship of part-time functional support and SME utilization & budgets
• Assists the Facilities Engineer Specialist to coordinate external reviews (DRRs, CRRs, IPRs) and administers follow-up action plans
Required Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills, And Experiences:
• BS degree in an engineering field
• Minimum 7 years of experience through multiple function and project assignments in engineering activities
• Multi-disciplinary skill set and broad knowledge of engineering design office procedures and work processes
• Strong leadership, influencing, and interpersonal skills
• Strong organizational, coordination, planning, and interface skills
• Ability to adapt to tight deadlines, heavy workloads, and frequent changes in priorities
• Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of software programs, Lotus Notes, etc.
• Excellent communication skills and ability to read, write, and speak fluent English
8. Mechanical Completion Coordinator (2 positions)
Job Function:
Responsible to the SCL for interacting with Company and Contractor construction teams to ensure that all systems are mechanically complete prior to Hand Over to the SC Team. Has lead responsibility for (MC) planning, preparation, verification, and documentation of "A" Check Sheets, Punch Lists, as-builts, etc.
• Interface with Contractor Technical Supervisors and Vendor Representatives to understand the ongoing work and ensure a safe and environmentally sound job area.
• Interface with Company Safety Advisor and Contractor Safety Officers to ensure a safe and environmentally sound job area.
• Interface with Industry Technical Experts to assist in solving mechanical completion problems incurred during the project.
• Interface with Commissioning Lead to ensure alignment between construction and commissioning requirements.
• Interface with Systems Completions Coordinator in seeking assistance for solving problems.
• Achieve a flawless hand over of a mechanically complete facility from Construction to Commissioning.
• Achieve an accident and incident free performance during the work effort leading to hand over.
• Achieve a flawless first oil event.
Responsibility And Duties:
• Supports project in tracking MC to SC transition in order to realize a timely and systematic commissioning campaign.
• Monitors and coordinates administration of project”s SC database (WinPCS); works closely with Company and Contractor construction teams to ensure a smooth and seamless transition from MC to SC. Focus is to ensure systems are ready for commissioning.
• Surveillance over primary contractor during mechanical completion phase of the project.
• Ensures that documentation associated with the effort is available, correct, and complete.
• Ensures that scope of work is completed and that the quality of the work performed meets Company standards.
• Ensures that Contractor performs work in a safe and environmentally responsible manner.
• Assists in transition to commissioning phase of project.
• Identifies & communicates priority systems to drive MC. Liaises between Construction and Systems Completion to maintain system prioritization.
• Coordinates development of final "A" Check Sheets and ensures that they are correctly tied/linked to database tags.
• Provides key interface with QA inspectors and MC specialists. Monitors Contractor”s disciplines/discipline engineers (pipe, mechanical, structural, E&I, etc) to ensure that "A" Check Sheets are accurately completed and are submitted in a timely manner to the SC database administrator to meet Hand Over dates - expedites when required; monitors system status.
• Monitors development, population and maintenance of the SC database (WinPCS) and ensures that it is up to date and includes current/correct data from engineering and that tags are correctly tied/linked to each system (through boundary drawings). Verifies & validates MC packages via WinPCS.
• Interfaces with Engineering to ensure engineering data is updated in accordance with revision updates of key documents, i.e., cable schedules, instrument index, line list, etc.
• In conjunction with WinPCS administrator, manages all completion database updates/changes via the change control procedure.
• Reviews system boundary drawings against MC status and advises changes to effect early Hand Over.
• Coordinates review and approval of EPC Contractor”s procedures for MC and Hand Over activities including Company”s requirements to inspect, review or witness certain aspects of measuring completion.
• Coordinates with EPC Contractor the efficient and safe execution of MC and Hand Over.
• Works with EPC Contractor to achieve completion of such additional parts of the facility, systems, sub-systems and temporary utilities that may be required to facilitate commissioning and start-up of the facility.
• Interfaces with Planning and Construction to meet scheduled MC dates.
• Ensures that Construction is working prioritized area completion so that transition from area to system MC meets agreed project schedule/handover dates.
• Reports MC progress to the SCL. Sets up, manages and reports MC metrics [i.e. "A" Check Sheet Progress, Plan vs. Actual System Hand Overs, Outstanding Punch list Items, etc.]
• Coordinates Punch List activities with Construction, Systems Completion and Operations teams. Arranges and chairs weekly MC hand over meetings and ensures that Construction disciplines are working to complete "A" Punch List items in a timely/orderly fashion to meet scheduled Hand Over dates.
• Ensures that all vendor IRNs and OS&D reports are incorporated into the system/sub-system Punch Lists
• Tracks and helps expedite late material and equipment deliveries and monitors their effect on hand over plans.
• Formulates, orchestrates and arranges final MC walk-downs/punch outs of systems and reviews/approves final "B" and "C" Punch List items before input into the SC database. Ensures final-approved system punch lists are input into the SC database.
• Ensures MC certificates are prepared, signed by appropriate supervisors/managers and distributed as stipulated in project Coordination Procedures.
• Coordinates preparation of MC Dossier format and helps set up all dossiers.
• Verifies and signs off MC dossiers for systems and coordinates Hand Over.
Required Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills, And Experiences:
• An engineering degree with 5 - 10 years direct "hands on" experience in construction and / or systems completion in oil and gas processing is required.
• Exposure to drilling and downhole operations would be beneficial.
• High safety awareness is mandatory. A good knowledge of simultaneous operations (SIMOPS) is essential.
• WinPCS or similar Systems Completion electronic database management system experience.
• Requires an outstanding ability to interact with customers with diverse backgrounds. Must be an excellent facilitator and must exhibit mature judgement in conjunction with sound and analytical reasoning.
• Requires ability to perform well during periods of adversity.
• Ehibit strong verbal and written communication skills. Requires the ability to build consensus in areas of contention while enhancing working relationships.
• Plant/system mechanical completion and commissioning experience is mandatory.
• Wlling to live and work in fabrication facility, construction camp, and offshore environment.
9. Spread Superintendent (2 positions)
Job Function:
• Oversee the execution of fabrication, construction, hookup, and mechanical completion of the structure and facilities
• coordinate activities of site safety advisor and technical and inspection personnel
• monitor and appraise contractor construction activities and performance
• determine corrective actions needed in order to meet project objectives and work to have these implemented
• coordinate interfaces and interactions with contractors and subcontractors, and with operations and drilling personnel on site
• report progress, performance, initiatives, issues, and challenges to site manager
Responsibility And Duties:
• Promote safety awareness and safe performance among project team members, including consultants and contractor personnel
• provide input to and review development of contractor”s detailed plans to complete the work
• monitor and appraise contractor”s performance and recommend corrective action to be taken where deficiencies are detected; verify actions are taken
• coordinate resolution of production and technical issues with appropriate company and contractor resources on and off-site
• establish, implement, and maintain mechanical completion verification plan and process
• ensure appropriate material handling and working environment reviews are carried out at site and that findings are resolved and implemented by contractor
• liaise with on-site operations, drilling, and functional personnel regarding planning and implementation of fabrication, construction, and mechanical completion activities
• participate in lessons learned reviews and provide input to close-out report sections upon completion of work
• administer the execution of the contract, including interpretations to the contract
• review change requests and change assessments in accordance with management of change plan
• provide input to appraisal process for assigned site personnel
Required Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills, And Experiences:
• BS/MS in engineering
• 5-10 years experience
10. Mooring Tower Engineer (1 position)
Job Function:
The Turret/Mooring Engineer is responsible for technical oversight of all tower and mooring engineering aspects during design, fabrication, and installation on the Project. Ensures that the EPC contractor produces a cost effective turret/mooring system that is designed to meet the Project”s safety, performance, and durability requirements within the project budget and schedule. Ensures that the Project”s requirements, as detailed in the Technical Specifications, for all the tower/mooring system is met. Assists with all aspects of turret/mooring engineering for the Project, whenever called upon by the Lead Engineer. Facilitates interfaces among the Lead Engineer, EMDC Functions, and the EPC contractor”s organization with respect to tower/mooring design issues.
Responsibility And Duties:
• Provide on-site piping and mechanical system engineering oversight of soft yoke mooring tower system during basic and detailed engineering phases
• Coordinate EMDC Engineering Function”s Support team member involvement in the tower and mooring system activities, including interaction with EPC contractor”s turret/mooring personnel
• Prepare and submit tower/mooring engineering progress data, including narratives, charts, graphs, etc., to the Lead Engineer
• Identify and document scope changes with an emphasis on cost and schedule. Keep Lead Engineer appraised of same.
• Ensure mooring systems deliverables comply with Contract requirements
• Steward the performance of third party verification activities related to critical design items
• Steward the EPC contractor”s engineering, design, fabrication, and installation planning activities including:
- Assurance that all applicable codes and standards are built into the tower and mooring design
- Detail tower and mooring engineering, focusing on piping and mechanical systems
- Piping and mechanical iInterfaces between mooring tower and FSO
- Measurement and reporting of engineering, fabrication, and installation physical progress
- Review of squad-check drawings and other deliverables as required for cross discipline design coordination
- Review of vendor data for completeness of information required for tower mooring design and compliance with project specifications
Required Knowledge, Qualifications, Skills, And Experiences:
• Thorough and working knowledge of:
-Mechanical and piping systems engineering, design, and fabrication,
- Applicable codes, standards and trade practices
- ExxonMobil practices, processes, and expectations with respect to mechanical and piping systems engineering
• Bachelor of Science degree in Naval Architecture, Civil, Ocean, or Maritime Systems Engineering
• 10+ years of closely related professional engineering experience.
• Ideally:
-Hands-on design experience with FSO/FPSO mooring systems
• Demonstrated hands-on skill at recommending quick, precise solutions to technical issues as required to meet or exceed Project schedule and budget constraints
• Must be able and willing to:
- Work overseas
- Work with others outside his group to ensure that work results are technically compatible
- Work independently with minimum supervision
- Work as an integrated part of a Project team in an assurance role
- Establish strong contact with other advisors for consultation on interfaces (riser and FSO)
- Review and comment on contractor”s procedures and method statements for safety and constructability issues
• Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of software programs, Lotus Notes, etc.
• Read, write, and speak fluent English, especially as required to function effectively within a project team and to communicate with project management, contractors, and sub contractors
Please send update resume (word & not more than 200 KB) to: resume@brunel.co.id with specific “position” in subject of email. For example, “Mooring Tower Engineer”. Only shortlisted candidate will be process on next step.



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