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Assistant Manager, Piping

Job Summary

Reporting to the Piping Manager, he/she will be responsible for reviewing piping engineering progress against approved schedule, for evaluating changes and taking corrective action when required, for providing technical guidance, and for organizing, executing and coordinating these responsibilities to ensure timely completion and meets project schedule and budget.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • To check and review all work such as piping layout and information prepared by Engineers, 3D model, MTO, BQ and other deliverables of the project for compliance to project standards or specifications, applicable codes, contract requirements, quality standards and accepted engineering and construction practices.
  • To assist in planning and organizing piping engineering activities and manpower requirement for the project.
  • Prepare department procedures, manuals, guides, training materials and conduct training.
  • To provide field engineering support/advice towards piping installation and testing at construction site.
  • Performs other tasks that may be assigned or designated to him/her by his/her superior.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree of BS Engineering course preferably Mechanical Engineering.
  • Minimum 15 years and above in the field of piping design involving detailed design, stress evaluation, production work, 3D model review, material specification and construction engineering support.
  • Good knowledge of Caesar II.
  • Interpretation of stress/vibration analysis report.
  • Basic knowledge of AutoCAD.
  • Basic knowledge of 3D model review through Naviswork or SPR.
  • Ability to apply mathematical concepts in piping calculations such as exponents, logarithms, trigonometric functions, quadratic equations and other applicable formulas.
  • Strong analytical and reasoning abilities.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Principal Piping Engineer

As a Principal Piping Engineer, he/she shall act as key person of the project as designated by Piping Department Manager and performs the function inherent to this position. Responsible for the preparation of major piping layout, MTO sketch, and 3D CAD model review on piping system, equipment and structure, and interference detection. Has the technical responsibility for interpreting and evaluating stress/ vibration result, for reviewing piping layout, and piping information. He/She will also be responsible for reviewing piping engineering progress against approved schedule, for evaluating changes and taking corrective action when required, for providing technical guidance, and for organizing, executing and coordinating these responsibilities to ensure timely completion and meets project schedule and budget.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • To study ITB, project and design basis such as scope of work, overall project schedule, basic design data, client specification, client standard drawings, existing drawings, and plot plan.
  • To assist in planning and organizing piping engineering activities and manpower requirement for the project.
  • To assist in developing piping engineering and design schedule, manpower requirements, manhour distribution and execution plan based on the scope of work and approved budget manhour/schedule.
  • To coordinate piping design and engineering effort with other area Lead Engineers and disciplines of the project.
  • To prepare piping information list and layout and document list following standard procedure created for the project.
  • To prepare piping general specification inclusive of specification for piping arrangement, piping support standards.
  • To interpret and evaluate stress/vibration analysis result and provides necessary recommendation on resolving the method of analysis.
  • To develop conceptual routing, piping layout and piping information of major critical equipment of the project such as tower/column, airfin coolers, heaters, compressors and reactors, preferably in 3D CAD format.
  • To check and review all work such as piping layout and information prepared by Engineers, 3D model, MTO, BQ and other deliverables of the project for compliance to project standards or specifications, applicable codes, contract requirements, quality standards and accepted engineering and construction practices.
  • To check and review piping material specification (line classes), specifications/requisitions for bulk and special piping components, vendor quotation evaluations and verifications of vendor documents and piping material take-off prepared by engineers for compliance to project standards or specifications, applicable codes, contract requirements, quality standards and accepted engineering and construction practices.
  • To provide field engineering support/advice towards piping installation and testing at construction site.
  • To perform the function inherent to Piping Key Person as designated by Piping Department Manager.
  • To evaluate the performance of and provide counseling and guidance to members of the project.
  • To identify and recommend training programs including cross training of piping staff within the team in collaboration with the Department Manager.
  • To prepare lesson learned upon completion of the project and recommend preventive actions to avoid recurrence on future projects to Piping Design Supervisor.
  • To perform other tasks that may be assigned by the Department Manager.
  • To carry out engineering support work during the construction phase of the project.

Requirements:

Education:

  • Bachelor Degree of any four years BS Engineering course preferably Mechanical Engineering or at least fifteen (15) years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Minimum of twelve (12) years in the field of piping design involving detailed design, stress evaluation, production work, 3D model review, and construction engineering support, five (5) years of which in a supervisory capacity.

Skill Requirements:

  • Good Knowledge of AutoCAD.
  • Basic knowledge of 3D Model review through Naviswork or SPR.
  • Interpretation of stress/vibration analysis report.
  • Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common technical information, contracts reports and instructions.
  • Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from clients and ability to write effective minutes of meeting and other related business communications.
  • Strong leadership qualities and analytical and reasoning abilities.
  • Good interpersonal and communication.
Department Manager, Construction

Job Summary:

This incumbent is accountable for the completion of construction work in a timely and profitable manner consistent with project objectives and within budget.

Primary

He is overall responsible to oversee all construction activities with respect to schedule, performance, procedure, and making recommendations to Project Managers for improvements and corrective actions. He is also tasked to oversee the delivery and use of materials, tools, and equipment, and the quality of construction, staff productivity, and safety. He shall oversee all sites’ HSSE Management and comply to local government and clients’ HSSE regulations.

Secondary

He shall work closely with the Engineering Manager and other Engineering disciplines to strengthen the team & participate in management reviews. Oversees all administrative functions including departmental hiring, promotions, performance appraisal, overseas       assignment, disciplinary actions and terminations. Attends management meetings and management review meetings.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Manpower planning, deployment and control.
  • Coordinate to resolve construction issues and manage schedule.
  • Safety mind-set and able to develop RA and permit to work application.
  • Good written and oral communication.
  • Good interpersonal skill to deal with people at construction site.
  • Prepare construction execution plan/ policies.
  • Monitoring work schedule, progress, performance, etc.
  • Conduct meetings.
  • Initiate, and coordinate meetings with other disciplines.
  • Approval of change in specifications or procedures.
  • Prepare reports, handing over procedures/ closing out procedures, etc.
  • Responsible for all problems solving on site.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical/ Construction Management engineering.
  • At least 15years of experience in the field of plant engineering design and construction experience in oil & gas, petrochemical, chemical and industrial plants. Consistent career experience in the engineering department.
  • Independently manage construction work in an operational plant (refinery).
  • Accountable for the completion of construction work in a timely, profitable manner.
  • Good knowledge and experience in construction planning and execution.
  • Possess basic understanding of QOHSE requirements.
  • Proficient in MS Office & AutoCAD.
  • Excellent leadership skills with ability to lead a team of multinational disciplines.
  • Good interpersonal, management and decision-making skills.
  • Positive attitude and result oriented.
Assistant Manager, Corporate HSSE

Responsibilities

  • Conduct in-house HSSE training to new employee.
  • Management of ISO 14001 & ISO 45001 documentation and implementation.
  • Collaborate work with JGCAP group companies in organizing and meeting HSSE deliverables.
  • Networking with JGC YOC & JGBL on HSSE programs implementation as part of continual improvement.
  • Prioritizing and shaping HSSE task to meet on time delivery of request in an efficient manner.
  • Support local and JGCAP project team on HSSE matters.

Skill Requirement:

  • Good public speaking skill.
  • Leadership personality traits.
  • Ability and analytical skill in solving HSSE problem in swift and amicable manner.
  • Possessed training skill is core to HSSE competency.
  • Familiar with ISO 14001 & ISO 45001 procedures and implementation.

Requirement:

  • In possession of WSH Specialist certificate or its equivalent.
  • Experienced in construction HSSE, (oil & gas) added value.

The incumbent will be stationed in office.

Senior Instrument Engineer

Job Summary

Responsible for the analysis and preparation of specifications and construction drawings, design documents for process and industrial plants in accordance with project specification schedule and customer requirements.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for field instrument and control system design work.
  • Able to lead small/medium size project within budgeted MH, cost and project schedule.
  • Prepare and review field instruments, Analyzer, Control Systems (DCS, ESD, F&G etc) specification, requisition, TBE, vendor document review.
  • Prepare construction drawings such as Location layout, hook-up, cable routing, loop diagram etc. based on project specifications.
  • Generate specification requisition for various process instruments, evaluate and select suitable instruments for required process control/monitoring application.
  • Preparation of technical proposals (e.g. TBE) and cost estimation for tender projects.
  • Preparation Vendor’s Document Review, BMBQ, Man-hour estimation and related.
  • Engineering Support at site, attend Field Instrument & Control Inspection, FAT at vendor’s workshop and SAT & Loop Check at site.
  • Perform other functions that may be assigned by superior.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering or Instrument and Control Engineering.
  • 8 years’ experience in instrument and control system design work.
  • Knowledge and experience in Field Instrument Engineering as well as Control System, e.g. DCS, ESD, F&G.
  • Able to work at construction site to support construction, pre-commissioning and commissioning activities.
  • Good interpersonal and communication.
Lead Instrument Engineer

Job Summary

Responsible for the analysis and preparation of specifications and construction drawings, design documents for process and industrial plants in accordance with project specification schedule and customer requirements.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for field instrument and control system design work.
  • Able to lead small/medium size project within budgeted MH, cost and project schedule.
  • Prepare and review field instruments, Analyzer, Control Systems (DCS, ESD, F&G etc) specification, requisition, TBE, vendor document review.
  • Prepare and review construction drawings such as Index, IO List, Location layout, hook-up, cable routing, loop diagram etc. based on project specifications.
  • Evaluate and select suitable instruments for required process control/monitoring application.
  • Lead the estimation work of BMBQ, Man-hour, technical proposal writeup, for new tender project.
  • Preparation of project monthly report and attending project & client meeting as required.
  • Work collaboration with other GEC and monitor daily job task assignment.
  • Perform FAT/inspection for control system and field instruments as required.
  • Perform SAT, Loop check, site construction and commissioning support as required.

Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering or Instrument and Control Engineering.
  • 15 years’ experience in instrument and control system design work.
  • Knowledge and experience in Field Instrument Engineering as well as Control System, e.g. DCS, ESD, F&G.
  • Able to work at construction site to support construction, pre-commissioning and commissioning activities.
  • Good interpersonal and communication.

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