Supervises the development of contracts for consultancy services and construction work involving minor projects from inception to awards stage.
Pre-qualifies bidders, technically evaluates bids, establishes scope of contracts, estimates costs, develops design, details, drawings and specifications, and assesses and approves variations claims.
Ensures cost-effective delivery of assigned new system installations in the existing plant facilities.
Supervision of Engineering Development Section:
Plans, directs and supervises the activities of assigned personnel and contractors, including allocating work and determining priorities.
Performs supervisory functions and exercises financial authority at Section Head level as established by the Delegation of Authority Manual.
Ensures KPI targets and results are communicated to the Engineering Development (ED) Section staff effectively.
Supervision of Projects:
Supervises and reviews the engineering design associated with all plant changes and modifications including software analysis, drawings, documents, data sheet preparation and issuance of construction packages.
Supervises the engineering review of issues as they arise within units and plants, such as pipeline vibrations and failures.
Oversees the development of minor projects initiated by other departments or by senior management including budget planning, opportunity and risk analyses and scheduling activities.
Monitors the development of design details, specifications, cost-estimates, tender documents and evaluates bidders and technical bids.
Reviews projects’ scope and documentation, develops implementation strategies, follows-up implementation and ensures that all commitments in terms of schedules, budget, performance, guarantee and quality are attained throughout.
Implements project and engineering guidelines and procedures, petroleum architecture principles and practices.
Evaluates the commercial and technical feasibility of projects against the scope of requirements put forward by user departments.
Includes current trends and technological advancements in project scope development.
Manages the document submission and endorsement in Work Service Orders and acts as secretary to the Contracts Committee.
Supervises engineering document review associated with consultancy services during project execution.
Supervises the documentation processing for the Management of Change (MOC)
Procedure as per HSE-CP-29 for the entire Ruwais Refinery.
Ensures there is interdisciplinary and departmental coordination while projects and plant changes are planned and executed.
Managing Compliance Requirements:
Identifies, prepares and checks the required list of documents for project submissions.
Prepares and follows up correspondence with authorities and related departments.
Coordinates with government authorities for clarification, justification and approval by statutory authorities.
Determines which permits, licenses, approvals, standards, guidelines, ordinances, rules, and regulations need to be obtained for a particular project to move forward and coordinates the approval process with the multi-disciplinary project team, boards and commissions, and governmental entities.
Prepares the annual budget for the ED Section and presents to the Integrity and Engineering Manager for approval.
Provides accurate and timely costs and cash flow forecasting for each ED Section project contract.
Monitors and updates actual project costs, risks, billings, invoicing, provisions, and project reports against forecasted budgets.
Supervises and coordinates the Capital Budget preparation for the entire Ruwais Refinery.
Reporting of Operations:
Leads and coordinates development studies, internally and outsourced, to provide management with recommendations for decision making on projects including technical, planning, cost and risk information.
Reviews development reports or proposals submitted by ED Section staff and prepares weekly/monthly reports for the Integrity and Engineering Department Manager.
Maintains a data bank of vendors, contractors, costs and prices.
Health Safety Environment and Fire Procedures:
Knows the Company’s Health, Safety, Environment and Fire policy, procedures, regulations and objectives as they relate to his areas of responsibility; ensures that they are effectively implemented by subordinates.
Ensures HSEF and quality standards are included in project scope and design, including necessary studies such as HAZOP, HAZID, SIL, WHAT-IF.
Staff Training and Development:
Trains and mentors ED Section Developees, in accordance with the company’s Emiratisation policy.
Liaises with the Training and Career Development Department to develop and deliver required development programmes to train, motivate and retain employees.
Performs other similar or related activities as assigned by direct supervisor.
B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering
Minimum 10 years work experience in project design and construction in the Oil and Gas Industry.
Experience working on Refinery Project.
Knowledge of project management systems in the Oil and Gas industry
An understanding of commercial terms and HSEF requirements
Excellent planning, leadership and management skills
Knowledge of the standards and codes used by UAE local authorities
Knowledge of industry recommended practice, design methods, calculation
procedures and QA/QC requirements with respect to development and checking of engineering procedures, incorporation of agreed changes and document control
An understanding of multi-discipline engineering design and field development
Able to lead project planning feasibility studies, conceptual/facility design cost estimation and cost phasing to support operating projects
Able to prepare method statements, project specifications and scopes of work, review design calculations and check construction drawings for discrepancies
Excellent communicator comfortable with written, spoken and electronic media