Electrical and Instrument Supervisor

NA, Angola

Job Reference 1243624

Location NA, Angola

Industry Oil & Gas - FPSO

Function Control & Instrumentation

Job Type Contract

Date Added May 22, 2024

Electrical and Instrument Supervisor

Key Skills: FPSO, Brownfield & Instrumentation & Electrical Engineering
Location: Angola
Contract: 12 Months - 4x4 rotation
Salary / Package: Daily rate
Timeframe: ASAP

Recruitment Partner: Airswift                Account Manager: Robert Caldwell

Key words: FPSO, Brownfield & Instrumentation & Electrical Engineering

Our business
Airswift is an international workforce solutions provider within the energy, process and infrastructure industries. Airswift serves as a strategic partner to our clients, offering a turnkey workforce solution to capture and deliver the top talent needed to complete successful projects by aligning with the unique needs of our clients. With over 800 employees and 6,000 contractors operating in over 50 countries, our geographical reach and pool of talent available is unmatched in the industry and the level of experience, exposure and expertise that the organization has is unparalleled.
Airswift is supporting a global operator company, working on a brownfield FPSO project in Angola, for a 12 month contract position, working on a 4x4 rotation.

We are seeking an experienced professional who will manage and coordinate the instrumentation and electrical discipline activities during the offshore integration phase.

Key Responsibilities and background

  • To promote safety culture within the project and his activities. Lead by exemplarity to have the team members and colleagues adhering and contributing.
  • To ensure that safe and ethic working practices are carried out within the activities that he/she is managing or interfacing with. To
  • guarantee the compliance on his activities.
  • To ensure that state of the art, TEPA referential and local rules/laws are complied with and captured in all contractual requirements.
  • To work by anticipation.
  • To establish and manage his/her activities motivating his/her counterparts and to work diligently to meet the targets of the Projects.
  • To promote innovation as far as compatible with good enough approach for all activities. To seek optimization and savings all along the
  • different phases of the project. To focus on costs without impairing QHSE objectives.
  • To keep divisional Manager and all parties (as required) informed regarding ongoing activities status. To advise the Project Managers on
  • architecture related actions/decisions.
  • To manage and coordinate the Instrument and Electrical discipline activity performed by the EPC contractor during the construction
  • phase of CFM Module to ensure a safe and optimized design in line with contract specifications, cost and project schedule.
  • To take an active part in the review of the INS and ELEC discipline documents by providing relevant comments in due time, pro-actively
  • contribute in the resolution of the potential issues/questions, and continuously ensure a proper coordination with the ICSS Lead and associated activities.
  • To manage interfaces related to the electrical and instrument discipline with CONTRACTORS and HQ.
  • To highlight any deviation to contract specifications and Company specifications and as well look for optimization and good enough design.
  • To technically review acceptance of EPC contractor technical queries and derogations for the INS discipline and liaise with HQ for derogation approval.
  • Ensure that the INS and ELE activities are performed as per planning and highlight any deviation to the CPY Construction & Installation Leader.
  • Ensure all equipment are on Site as per project need and offshore hook up planning
  • To manage the INS activities during all the construction, including integration, pre-commissioning, and commissioning works, to ensure that activities are carried out safely in line with contract, cost and schedule.
  • Ensure proper communication of ongoing INS activities with PBF entity and FOPS.
  • To assist GCF Hook Up Coordinator and GCF Construction & Installation Leader on specific transverse topics.
  • Manage and coordinate the instrumentation and electrical discipline activities during the offshore integration phase
  • Be the focal point for the interfaces for the instrumentation and electrical discipline in particular with commissioning and as well the ICSS sub-contractor.
  • Be in charge of the pre-commissioning activities for the instrument and electrical discipline and ensure a proper hand over to the commissioning team.
  • Integrate HSE in all aspects of the work.
  • Maintain a pro-active and positive team spirit within the PBF team and with the EPCi Contractor and its sub-contractors The position is foreseen for the entire duration of the onshore construction phase. This position will be in resident basis.

Critical Skills & Personal Attributes:
  • Field instrumentation engineer with solid instrument technical background and offshore
  • Experience on Angolan Block 17 FPSOs
  • Experience in brown field project and familiar with field operation requirements.
  • Good communication skills, organizational skills and positive attitude.
  • Good English level

The next step
We have an exceptional team in place, and we are pleased to be able to appoint a further person to our growing business. We are aware that you may not ‘tick all the boxes’, but if you believe you can genuinely offer some valuable skills and experience to our business, please in the first instance contact our recruitment partner Airswift, and the account manager, Robert Caldwell.

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