- Posted 06 July 2022
- Salary Negotiable
- Contact NameFaraz Sattar
We have a current opportunity for a Head of Piping on a contract basis. The position will be based in Doha. For further information about this position please apply.
Responsible for overseeing CO2 Sequestration Project FEED/EPC Contractor in delivery of all aspects of Piping/Pipeline design, equipment, materials, technical and execution definition, including planning and execution of detailed design, procurement, installation, testing and commissioning. Ensures technical requirements (e.g. project specifications, data sheets etc.) developed and implemented during FEED/EPC, fully comply with project requirements and through effective collaboration and interfaces ensures process design considers for full production life cycle.
1.Provide Piping/Pipeline Engineering knowledge, design, quality assurance and expertise while managing the Piping team in accordance with project deliverables and execution schedule.
2.Direct the preparation and stewardship of Piping/Piepline Engineering scope of work in FEED/EPC contract, advise and recommend design procedures, processes, deliverables and alternative studies, as required, to optimise project cost and schedule.
3.Interact with Engineering Management Team Management to complete multi-discipline engineering activities, ensuring alignment with the Engineering Manager on project engineering needs, objectives, and requirements.
4.Accountable for ensuring execution of work is technically aligned and in compliance with Qatargas Operations, Policies, Standards of Business Conduct and Qatargas Project Management System (QGPMS).
5.Ensure FEED/EPC Contractor's Piping/Pipeline Engineering activities including validation of personnel numbers, qualifications and experience; usage of appropriate design tools, including computer hardware and software; adherence with all project objectives, requirements, specifications, standards, procedures, execution plans and design verification processes in a bownfield environment.
6.Lead site surveys to validate design and Implement the MOC process for all aspects of the Project execution.
7.Assess and validate FEED/EPC Contractor capability in providing all contract documents, progress measurement and reporting, and recommends additional technical support to address gaps.
8.Coordinates the technical attachments and scope descriptions for relevant contracts including the timely delivery of all purchase orders.
9.Responsible for the Piping/Pipeline Engineering schedule and related milestones, provide data (narrative, charts, graphs, change management recommendations and recovery plans to address any schedule delays) for monthly progress and stewardship reporting.
10.Accountable for sharing previous lessons learned and ensuring current lessons learned and captured and communicated to support review teams and future projects.
11.Develop, review and amend various policies and procedures to ensure that all Piping/Pipeline engineering references are up to date and relevant.
Qualifications & Knowledge and/or Experience:
Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering discipline or equivalent.
10 years' experience at Piping/Pipeline Engineering with a broad knowledge of engineering execution including design standards, specifications, codes, safety criteria, onshore LNG facilities design, brownfield construction and operations. Experience with cryogenic piping systems & CO2 sequestration design is an added advantage.
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