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Lead Commissioning Electrical Engineer

  • Job reference: 931267
  • Location: Malaysia
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Commissioning / Hook up, Oil & Gas
  • Date posted: 30/06/2020

A Lead Commissioning Electrical Engineer is required for an 18 month plus contract, originating in Malaysia in September and then following the project.

* Starting date in MALAYSIA from 1-SEP-2020 - duration 4 - 5 months, Residential.
*Move to INDONESIA from JAN-2021 to JUL/AUG 2021, Residential.
*Move to Middle east - directly to OFFSHORE Site from AUG to DEC 2021, Rotational Position.

The Commissioning discipline Electrical Leader will report directly to the Commissioning Site Leader, and is in charge:

  • To review the commissioning preparation by the contractor, such as but not limited to: ICAPS data base Population, procedures, RFC'S preparation, OTP's preparation.
  • To supervise the pre-commissioning and the commissioning preparation and the execution at the fabrication sites, offshore at field in order to deliver an installation to CPY as ready for operation on schedule.
  • Proactively intervene where HSE deficiencies are identified and report them to HSE department


  • Qualification: Bachelors of science ( BSc) degree or equivalent in engineering,
  • Proven track record of leadership and problem resolution.
  • Strong interpersonal and good communication skills,
  • Available for technical missions worldwide,
  • Experienced with , OPERCOM and ICAPS, DCC and relevant codes and standards,
  • H2S OPITO and T-BOSIET trainings.

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