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Electrical & Instrument Construction Supervisor (059e8528a394)
Job Description/Major Duties (general job functions, responsibilities, day-to-day tasks & activities)Location - Oman The Field Electrical & Instrument Construction Supervisor working as the client representative responsible for supervising various contractors / subcontractors engaged in the implementation of range of E&I projects associated with the field's development plans. The Electrical & Instrument Construction Supervisor responsibilities include but not limited to: • Provide field E&I supervision and progress reports all Electrical and Instrumentation projects. • Control and monitor Work Instruction progress in consultation with E&I superintendent and project engineers • Interface with OXY Construction and operations team leads, engineering and construction contractors. • Ensure that all E/I construction work is carried out in accordance with Permit to Work procedures, project drawings, project priorities and identify and correct any deviations. • Promote awareness of the Company Health, Safety, Environmental & Quality policies and procedures to achieve fit-for-purpose Construction engineering. • Active participation on near miss and incident reporting programs. • Monitor competence of contractor staff to meet the appropriate professional standards for the project execution. • Responsible for ensuring the correct and proper implementation of the Management of Change process. • To co-ordinate the communication of Best Practices by active participations on reviews and propose improvement on E/I standards and guidelines. • Review of contractor Mark-ups drawings and handover dossiers. • Promote training of local team to share and transfer of knowledge and experiences. • Review of E&I work packs for required details and constructability • Raise any necessary TQ's • Participate in JSA, constructability studies and other field construction related studies, as required. • Ensure red line mark up's are performed and checked • MEI Pack review prior to issue to QC • Prepare quantitative daily progress reports • Provide input to daily/weekly progress reports as applicable • Check MTO availability on site and identify short falls • Monitor daily consumable materials for re-order • Initiate the relevant PTW documentation and signatures • Participate in Site PSSR-B organizing schedule and work as required. • Liaise with Maintenance/Operations on critical tie-ins/shut downs etc • Perform detailed supervision, to ensure a quality installed scope of work which meets project specifications and procedure for all works including interface coordination with Civil and Mechanical groups • Responsible for monitoring of Contractors and site teams for competence on all aspects of installation and testing of E&I equipment to meet the project specifications • Support the ongoing construction activities by displaying a good awareness of HSE issues and imparting that protocol to the HSE site manager for control of the same • Monitor the ongoing works with the contractor and ensure compliance with PTW procedures • Advise and update E&I Superintendent and discipline engineer/ project engineer of any technical or scheduling problems or material constraints in a concise and timely manner • Daily liaisons with Electrical Superintendent on Contractors/Vendors progress including any construction related issues that are likely to hold up progress. • Familiar with ESD/ F&G Protection/ DCS/ UPS systems. Requirements (Education required, background, experience, skills) • Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering with a minimum of 10 years' experience in Electrical & Instrumentation construction projects in oil and gas / petrochemical industry OR College Diploma in Engineering with a minimum of 12 years' experience in Electrical & Instrumentation construction projects in oil and gas / petrochemical industry. • Broad experience in E&I construction works, including low medium and high-voltage control systems. • Knowledge of specific E&I Standards and codes, US, European and British within hazardous areas. • Good communication skills. • Good PC skills.