Aramco Overseas Company
Req Number: 18421BR
We are seeking a Marine Facilities Engineer (MFE) to join the Tanajib Marine Operations Division, which is part of the Marine Department.
The Marine Department provides services to offshore customers, including: tugs for terminal, maintenance vessels for offshore platforms, and Anchor Handling Tug Supply & Safety vessels (AHTSS) for drilling rigs, diving operations and under water repairs, etc.
The primary responsibility of the Marine Facilities Engineer (MFE) is the asset management of marine facilities by planning, scheduling, and monitoring construction, maintenance, improvement, and modification work. The marine facilities infrastructure and equipment assets include: piers, buildings, yards, roadways, tanks, pipework, valves, pumps, instrumentation, electrical substations, generators, oily waste and sewage lift systems, and plants.
As the successful candidate, you will hold a Bachelors degree in Engineering and have at least 12 years of experience of facilities management for marine facilities.
Must have excellent knowledge of construction and maintenance for port or harbor operations.
In addition to the technical requirements, you must possess excellent problem solving skills and a high degree of adaptability.
Demonstrate excellent communication skills, both orally and in written English.
Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:
Plan, schedule and monitor the following: projects, maintenance activities, and major improvements and modifications to facility assets.
Coordinate with other units, divisions and departments in the execution of projects and maintenance activities in marine facilities.
Lead facilities management (both Saudi Aramco and contractor personnel) in the performance of duties.
Assure facilities construction and maintenance conforms to engineering design, specifications, codes, and standards.
Review design proposals to assure compliance with scope, design, maintenance, and repair requirements.
Prepares reports, studies, and recommendations for changes to marine facilities.
Forecast requirements and overseas asset and equipment integrity, ensuring reliability for continuity of service provision.
Ensure reports, logs, checklists, inspections, and asset record keeping are correct and up-to-date.
Coordinate land use within facilities, and review external land use permits for conformity and planning development forecasts.
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