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20 Nov 2017

Full-time BW Offshore Ongoing Cv Submission

Nigeria Job bucket Staff Anywhere

Job Description

BW Offshore is a leading global provider of floating production services to the oil and gas industry, with a fleet of 15 FPSOs and one FSO. The company has an excellent track record on project execution and operations, with more than 30 years of experience. The company is represented in the major oil regions world-wide, with presence across Asia Pacific, Americas, Europe and West Africa. BW Offshore is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and is part of the BW Group, one of the world’s largest maritime groups.

The Job : Site Discipline Lead – HVAC

Job Status: Full Time Job,Graduate/Exp

Remuneration: Attractive,

Location: Nigeria

Job Profile

BW Offshore is seeking candidates for the position of Site Discipline Lead – HVAC. The  position will support the discipline requirements on BW Offshore’s FPSO Life extension projects in Nigeria and render technical support to other internal activities.

In line with NOGICDA (2010) requirements, this position is open to Nigerian Nationals only.

Duration: 12 months

Key Tasks

  • Take a lead in all phases of FPSO Life extension projects from scope definition, engineering solutions, procurement technical assistance, construction, commissioning to completion
  • Responsible for designing the FPSO, including:
  • Design complete HVAC solutions for FPSOs complying with all applicable rules, regulation and class requirements, and serving the needs of operation – systems shall be efficiently designed (i.e. easy to balance, fabricate, install, maintain and operate)
  • HVAC system design – calculate heating/cooling balances and specify required air handling units, DX coolers and/or similar to ensure the right quality conditions in living quarters and other mechanically ventilated areas
  • HVAC area design – layout and design ducting system, including dampers, filters, sound traps, air handling units, fans etc. to ensure efficiently and suitably integrated in the LQ and other mechanically ventilated areas (machinery spaces, topside E-houses etc.)
  • Produce all necessary HVAC philosophies, specifications and reports
  • Produce, with necessary assistance from drafting support if required, flow diagrams and ducting and instrumentation diagrams (D&IDs)
  • Perform and/or contribute in Unit surveys
  • Actively contribute to Marine discipline activities and provide input to develop and maintain company engineering standards and best practices within the field
  • Coordinate, plan and schedule HVAC activities to ensure a logical sequence and timely preparation, review and revision of all related documents, as well as check and/or approve deliverables from the discipline, and assure schedule and quality are attained
  • Actively drive the development of relevant RFQ’s for module yards, integration yards, newbuild shipyards and equipment packages and prepare technical bid evaluations (input)
  • Follow-up design development, construction and testing activities
  • Review vendor documentation to ensure compliance with project requirements
  • Proactively support and cooperate with all engineering disciplines to achieve optimal design results, including relevant input and comments to other discipline deliveries
  • Work closely with and actively support Supply Chain, Estimation, Planning and other project teams
  • Review and approve deliverables from suppliers and contractors
  • Lead technical clarifications towards clients, sub suppliers, class and yard
  • Liaise with class, regulator and client for the submission of documents and close out of comments
  • Support Technical Maintenance & Support team, Operation Managers and offshore Units as and when required, including visiting Units in operation as needed for technical support and troubleshooting
  • Act as a mentor and resource for new employees, less experienced colleagues and consultants

Qualifications
Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering; a Master’s degree would be an advantage.

Experience

  • Ideally 10+ years of relevant experience within HVAC design/engineering
  • Minimum 3 to 5 years of experience within the FPSO industry

Interpersonal Skills

  • Team player with the ability to lead
  • Proactive and able to work independently, applying a structured and systematic approach
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to ask relevant questions and provide thorough explanations
  • Ability to deliver in a high pressure, fast pace project environment
  • Ability to deliver high quality work on time
  • Ability to work in a multidisciplinary/multinational environment

Knowledge

  • Understand the various disciplines and their interaction
  • In depth knowledge of the design and function of marine / utility / safety systems
  • In depth knowledge of the relevant requirements of the classification societies and international rules and regulations
  • Fluent in English (oral and written)

Other

  • The position may require temporary assignments at project premises or on board units
  • The position may require heavy travel and long working hours during peak periods

ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED

The Job : Site Discipline Lead – Naval / Structure

Job Profile

BW Offshore is seeking candidates for the position of Site Discipline Lead – Naval / Structure. The  position will support the Naval / Structural engineering requirements on BW Offshore’s FPSO Life extension projects in Nigeria and render technical support to other internal activities.

In line with NOGICDA (2010) requirements, this position is open to Nigerian Nationals only.

Duration: 12 months

Key Tasks

  • Take a lead in all phases of FPSO Life extension projects from scope definition, engineering solutions, procurement technical assistance, construction, commissioning to completion
  • Responsible for designing the FPSO, including:
  • Create hull and other structural designs (e.g. riser porch, offloading extension, flare, module support stools, topside modules)
  • Contribute to development of primary, secondary and tertiary structural designs
  • Perform stability analysis
  • Perform global structural strength and fatigue analysis
  • Ensure general arrangement layout
  • Maintain continuous efforts on structural design optimization to reduce steel weight as a safety insure, cost effective and construction friendly manner
  • Ensure the design meets regulatory, class, client and corporate requirements
  • Develop material take-off and cost input for Naval and Structural discipline
  • Give input to the master equipment list
  • Take a lead in Naval and Structural discipline activities and shape company engineering standards and best practices within the field
  • Coordinate, plan and schedule Naval and Structural activities to ensure a logical sequence and timely preparation, review and revision of all related documents, as well as check and/or approve deliverables from the discipline, and assure schedule and quality are attained
  • Actively drive the development of relevant RFQ’s for module yards, integration yards, newbuild shipyards and equipment packages and prepare technical bid evaluations (input)
  • Follow-up design development, construction and testing activities
  • Review vendor documentation to ensure compliance with project requirements
  • Proactively support and cooperate with all engineering disciplines to achieve optimal design results, including relevant input and comments to other discipline deliveries
  • Work closely with and actively support Supply Chain, Estimation, Planning and other project teams
  • Review and approve deliverables from suppliers and contractors
  • Lead technical clarifications towards clients, sub suppliers, class and yard
  • Liaise with class, regulator and client for the submission of documents and close out of comments
  • Support Technical Maintenance & Support team, Operation Managers and offshore Units as and when required, including visiting Units in operation as needed for technical support and troubleshooting
  • Act as a mentor and resource for new employees, less experienced colleagues and consultants

Qualifications
Ideally a Master’s degree in Naval Architecture/Marine Engineering

Experience

  • Ideally 10+ years of relevant experience within the shipping and offshore industry
  • Ideally 3 to 5 years of experience within the FPSO industry

Interpersonal Skills

  • Team player with the ability to lead
  • Proactive and able to work independently, applying a structured and systematic approach
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to ask relevant questions and provide thorough explanations
  • Ability to deliver in a high pressure, fast pace project environment
  • Ability to deliver high quality work on time
  • Ability to work in a multidisciplinary/multinational environment

Knowledge

  • Understand the various engineering disciplines and their interaction
  • Good knowledge of electronic database systems and working IT applications
  • In depth knowledge of the relevant requirements of the classification societies and international rules and regulations
  • Fluent in English (oral and written)

Other

  • The position may require temporary assignments at project premises or on board units
  • The position may require heavy travel and long working hours during peak periods

ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED

The Job : Site Discipline Lead – Process

Job Profile

BW Offshore is seeking candidates for the position of Site Discipline Lead – Process. The  position will support the Process engineering requirements on BW Offshore’s FPSO Life extension projects in Nigeria and render technical support to other internal activities.

In line with NOGICDA (2010) requirements, this position is open to Nigerian Nationals only.

Duration: 12 months

Key Tasks

  • Take a lead in all phases of FPSO Life extension projects from scope definition, engineering solutions, procurement technical assistance, construction, commissioning to completion
  • Responsible for designing the FPSO, including:
  • Develop and contribute with input to philosophies and design specification
  • Develop PFDs, P&IDs, data sheets, etc.
  • Develop material take-off and cost input for Process discipline
  • Ensure the design meets regulatory, class, client and corporate requirements
  • Give input to the master equipment list
  • Perform Process calculations and simulations
  • Follow-up contractors performing Process related studies
  • Meet with clients as needed
  • Participate in planning and execution of project HAZOP sessions
  • Take a lead in Process discipline activities and shape company engineering standards and best practices within the field
  • Coordinate, plan and schedule Process activities to ensure a logical sequence and timely preparation, review and revision of all related documents, as well as check and/or approve deliverables from the discipline, and assure schedule and quality are attained
  • Actively drive the development of relevant RFQ’s for module yards, integration yards, newbuild shipyards and equipment packages and prepare technical bid evaluations (input)
  • Follow-up design development, construction and testing activities
  • Review vendor documentation to ensure compliance with project requirements
  • Proactively support and cooperate with all engineering disciplines to achieve optimal design results, including relevant input and comments to other discipline deliveries
  • Work closely with and actively support Supply Chain, Estimation, Planning and other project teams
  • Review and approve deliverables from suppliers and contractors
  • Lead technical clarifications towards clients, sub suppliers, class and yard
  • Liaise with class, regulator and client for the submission of documents and close out of comments
  • Support Technical Maintenance & Support team, Operation Managers and offshore units as and when required, including visiting Units in operation as needed for technical support and troubleshooting
  • Act as a mentor and resource for new employees, less experienced colleagues and consultants

 Qualifications
Ideally a Master’s degree in Process or Mechanical Engineering

Experience
Ideally 10+ years of relevant experience within the shipping and offshore industry with 3 to 5 years being in the FPSO industry

Interpersonal Skills

  • Team player with the ability to lead
  • Proactive and able to work independently, applying a structured and systematic approach
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to ask relevant questions and provide thorough explanations
  • Ability to deliver in a high pressure, fast pace project environment
  • Ability to deliver high quality work on time
  • Ability to work in a multidisciplinary/multinational environment

Knowledge

  • Understand the various engineering disciplines and their interaction
  • Good understanding and knowledge of the FPSO topside process systems
  • Good knowledge of the different process equipment
  • In depth knowledge of the relevant requirements of the classification societies and international rules and regulations
  • Fluent in English (oral and written)

Other

  • The position may require temporary assignments at project premises or on board units
  • The position may require heavy travel and long working hours in peak periods

ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED

The Job : Site Discipline Lead – Marine / Mechanical

Job Profile

BW Offshore is seeking candidates for the position of Site Discipline Lead – Marine / Mechanical. The  position will support the Marine / Mechanical engineering requirements on BW Offshore’s FPSO Life extension projects in Nigeria and render technical support to other internal activities.

In line with NOGICDA (2010) requirements, this position is open to Nigerian Nationals only.

Duration: 12 months

Key Tasks

  • Take a lead in all phases of FPSO Life extension projects from scope definition, engineering solutions, procurement technical assistance, construction, commissioning to completion
  • Responsible for designing the FPSO, including:
  • Develop and contribute with input to philosophies and design specification for Marine and Mechanical disciplines
  • Develop material take-off and cost input for Marine and Mechanical discipline
  • P&ID/PFD development for the marine/utility/safety systems
  • Develop RFQ documents for marine/utility/safety systems
  • Ensure the design meets regulatory, class, client and corporate requirements
  • Give input to the master equipment list
  • Perform system calculations and develop system design
  • Develop system operation philosophies and design manual development processing
  • Participate in project HAZOP sessions
  • Take a lead in Marine Mechanical discipline activities and provide input to develop and maintain company engineering standards and best practices within the field
  • Coordinate, plan and schedule Marine Mechanical activities to ensure a logical sequence and timely preparation, review and revision of all related documents, as well as check and/or approve deliverables from the discipline, and assure schedule and quality are attained
  • Actively drive the development of relevant RFQ’s for module yards, integration yards, newbuild shipyards and equipment packages and prepare technical bid evaluations (input)
  • Follow-up design development, construction and testing activities
  • Review vendor documentation to ensure compliance with project requirements
  • Proactively support and cooperate with all engineering disciplines to achieve optimal design results, including relevant input and comments to other discipline deliveries
  • Work closely with and actively support Supply Chain, Estimation, Planning and other project teams
  • Review and approve deliverables from suppliers and contractors
  • Lead technical clarifications towards clients, sub suppliers, class and yard
  • Liaise with class, regulator and client for the submission of documents and close out of comments
  • Support Technical Maintenance & Support team, Operation Managers and offshore Units as and when required, including visiting Units in operation as needed for technical support and troubleshooting
  • Act as a mentor and resource for new employees, less experienced colleagues and consultants

Qualifications
Ideally a Master’s degree in Marine/Naval Architecture Engineering

Experience

  • Ideally 10+ years of relevant experience within the shipping and offshore industry
  • Ideally 3 to 5 years of experience within the FPSO industry

Interpersonal Skills

  • Team player with the ability to lead
  • Proactive and able to work independently, applying a structured and systematic approach
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to ask relevant questions and provide thorough explanations
  • Ability to deliver in a high pressure, fast pace project environment
  • Ability to deliver high quality work on time
  • Ability to work in a multidisciplinary/multinational environment

Knowledge

  • Understand the various engineering disciplines and their interaction
  • In depth knowledge of the design and function of marine / utility / safety systems
  • In depth knowledge of the relevant requirements of the classification societies and international rules and regulations
  • Fluent in English (oral and written)

Other

  • The position may require temporary assignments at project premises or on board units
  • The position may require heavy travel and long working hours during peak periods

ONLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED

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Site Discipline Lead – HVAC
Site Discipline Lead – Naval / Structure
Site Discipline Lead – Process
Site Discipline Lead – Marine / Mechanical

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Job Categories: Engineering Jobs In Nigeria. Job Types: Full-time. Job Tags: BW Offshore jobs, insidify jobs, and Site Discipline Lead - HVAC jobs. Salaries: N300000 - N400000.

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