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Engineer I - Metallurgy & Corrosion (312b06a0cfa4)

Architecture and Engineering




Muscat, Egypt

Position Title: Engineer I - Metallurgy & CorrosionDepartmen : Metallurgy & Corrosion Nationalty : Omani Scope of Responsibilities Operate as part of a team of engineers and designers in carrying out detailed engineering work; assume responsibility for conceptual and detailed design (Concept, Front End or Basic, Material) and provide necessary technical information for procurement in compliance with tender specifications/data sheets and within budgeted man-hours and project schedules. 2. Primary Duties  Review contract documents and identify requirements and scope of work for project execution. Review specifications, drawings and other documents. Establish contract review criteria, identify and resolve discrepancies and divergences from original proposal through the instigation of technical queries to Projects/Client.  Identify critical engineering parameters and establish deliverables e.g. specifications, datasheets, material selection diagrams, material selection reports, corrosion monitoring manual and other applicable deliverables.  Participate in the planning of man-hours, resources and organize the preparation of the Technical Document Register (TDR).  Obtain the required inputs from other engineering disciplines e.g. mechanical data sheets, foundation and structure details, instrument specifications and other necessary data.  Perform corrosion calculations, through the study of H&MB, PFD and process design basis.  Prepare and issue material selection reports and drawings, corrosion management manuals and other technical documents for Inter-disciplinary Design Checks (IDC’s). Review and integrate comments and inputs of other engineering discipline into the relevant documents.  Prepare Technical Bid Evaluations (TBE). Review vendor drawings and documents. Ensure vendor equipment specifications meet with client equipment specifications and are within budgeted costs.  Coordinate with Procurement and provide necessary assistance to Expediting and Quality Departments.  Participate in the preparation of all necessary documents up to the final IFC (Issued for Construction) stage, e.g. standards, material specifications and other relevant drawings and specifications .  Participate in design and development of material selection diagrams. Attend to the day to day drafting problems of designers .  Meet with vendor representatives, inspect at vendor works and workshops and provide assistance to Quality Department as required.  Interface and provide clarifications, guidance and technical support to Construction and Commissioning teams as required.  Participate in the preparation of the final “As Built” drawings or other documents.  Perform related duties as and when directed by the direct supervisor. 3. Job/Cost Impact Responsible for the detailed technical work, coordinates between Discipline engineers and designers, acts as interface with other disciplines and Procurement. Cost/delivery impact situations are reviewed by supervisors. May be required to travel to site. Minimum Job Requirement : Bachelor’s Degree in Metallurgical Engineering with a minimum of 6 years related oil & gas/petrochemical experience preferable, with a background of working for EPC/consultancy organizations. Additional Information