Topsides Project Engineer Eni Indonesia

ENI Indonesia

Topsides Project Engineer
Location: Jakarta

Company overview

Eni is a major integrated International oil and gas company based in Italy, with interests in 77 different countries, and employs approximately 79,000 people worldwide.

Eni has Exploration & Production activities in Italy and other areas worldwide such as West & North Africa, US, South America, North Sea, Kazakhstan and Asia. In Indonesia, eni participates in twelve PSCs, including nine in Deep Water areas, with an active exploration and development program.

Position requirements
A University degree in Mechanical, Civil, Chemical or Marine Engineering or equivalent is a prerequisite. You should have at least 8 years relevant experience in the Oil & Gas industry as Offshore Facilities Engineer, including experience working in the design, hook up and commissioning of offshore Oil and Gas facilities.

You must be a good communicator with highly effective multi-disciplinary team working skills and demonstrate experience coaching and leading less experienced facilities engineers. Good technical and analytical skills, strong influencing and presentation skills as well as effective Communication and performance bias are a plus. Fluency in English is a must.

Position responsibilities
Your role will be responsible for the design of offshore platform structures and topside modules. You will need to coordinate the execution and delivery of topsides engineering work package(s) from early design, to preliminary and detailed engineering, up to hook-up and pre-commissioning, commissioning, ensuring achievement of project cost, schedule, quality and HSEQ targets.

In addition, you will need to ensure the design contractors work according with the project specifications, respecting relevant QA and HSE standards and regulations. Post FEED phase, you will also supervise the onshore fabrication and certification of structures and topsides modules.

Please apply for this advertisement to:
PO Box 3260
Jakarta 10000

Please note that applications may not be reviewed if received after the 31st of December 2010.

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