Saturday, April 18, 2009

Sr. Process & Electrical Engineer

An EPC Company majoring in oil and gas industry is immediately seeking highly motivated and experience professional with excellent track record to fill positions of :

Sr. Process Engineer

Requirement: :

- More than 10 years in similar position in oil & gas industry

- Process simulation, calculation, Hazop

- S1 graduate in Chemical Engineering from reputable university

- Familiar with process design in oil & gas industry, English proficiency, computer literate.

- Hard working, achiever, loyal

RESPONSIBILITIES

- Responsible for coordinating preparation of process and ensure all process aspect meet with Client requirement or International Standard.

- Check and discuss with other discipline engineer and drafting office to ensure other discipline comment to be incorporated with process design.

- Provide technical suppor for project, proposal for new project, support for commisioning work

DUTY STATEMENTS

1) Coordination of process design with licensors

2) Process design (in identified cases)

3) Preparation of process design related calculations, documents (i.e. Material balance, P.F.D., P.I.D., Process data sheets, Operating and shutdown philosophy, Operation manual

4) Assistance to prepare proposals

5) Other duties as assigned on a case by case basis

6) Pre-commissioning / Commissioning

7) Research and Development

Sr. Electrical Engineer

Requirements:

Minimum S1 Electrical Degree.

Minimum 5 years experiences in oil & gas projects.

Experience with electrical design & calculation.

Familiar with ETAP Power Station, Luxicon, Visual 2.0, PROTEC 2000 and Roxtec CTM software would be an advantage.

If you meet the requirements, please send your comprehensive resume with recent photograph & contact number in MS Word format only in English with current & expected salary. Please indicate the position as email subject to:

recruitment@ istakala.com

All applicants will be treated as strictly confidential. Only a short list of candidates will be Interviewed

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