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Closing Date: 19-9-07.
PowerSkill group has over a decade of business experience in executive search and has business presence in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Thailand. Powerskill is an established branding in the search industry in the region and our consultants has strong domain knowledge to practise in the industry that they focus in. The industries that we cover includes ICT, Telco, Oil & Gas, FMCG, Industrial, FSI and SSO. Our clients are predominately MNC's and we are engaged in assignments across the board in all these industries.
Lead Mechanical Engineer (Oil & Gas)(Kuala Lumpur)
* Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's Degree, or Professional Degree in Engineering (Mechanical) or equivalent.
* At least 10 year(s) of working experience in the related field is required for this position.
* Applicants should be Malaysian, Singaporean, Filipino, Indian, Indonesian citizens or hold relevant residence status.
* Preferably Senior Executives specializing in Engineering - Oil/Gas or equivalent.
* Full-Time positions available.
MINIMUM EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS:
* Should have at-least a Bachelor Degree in Mechanical engineering.
MINIMUM TECHNICAL/ PROFESSIONAL / JOB REQUIREMENTS:
* Provide technical leadership and guidance to all staff engaged on the project in his group.
* Thoroughly understand the contractual scope of work and raise variation requests for any work not covered as part of the work scope but is required to be undertaken for job completion.
* Risk identification and management.
* Maintain effective liaison with other groups and departments in order to achieve project and company goal.
* Maintain cordial relations with Client.
* Provide motivation and leadership to staff together with full support to Engineering Manager/ Project Manager in performance analysis and development of staff assigned to the team.
* Should have at-least 10 years of experience in the design and construction of oil and gas platforms and facilities.
* To lead the team in the Mechanical Engineering discipline engaged on a project. Has overall responsibility for all the work on the project.
* Develop from basic data at commencement of the project the Design data, to include all information regarding scope of work, contractual requirements, site data, project programme and control estimates pertaining to his group.
* Co-ordinate, control and supervise all engineering, design and materials control work carried out for the project in his group.
* Ensure technical adequacy of engineering and design consistent with economy, good engineering practice, safety in design and specific requirements of the project.
* Ensure compliance with the prescribed Company, Clients and other Standards and local Regulations.
* Forecast resource requirements and inform Project Manager of them.
* Review of relevant project progress and cost reports.
* Examine and monitor allocated project man-hour and expenditure of man-hour and institute remedial measures when necessary.
* Evaluate and pursue design changes initiated within the discipline and those initiated by others.
* Ensure that design changes are dealt with promptly and jobs done, which come under change order category, are brought to the Project Manager’s notice.
* Assist in the preparation of commissioning, operating and maintenance manuals as required by the project.
* Report on progress, man-hour and computing expenditure as requested by Project manager.
* Prepare man-hour estimates and budgetary quotations and list of deliverables for the purpose of new work order proposals.
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