WTS Energy provides recruitment and manpower services for the global oil and gas and energy industries. We supply engineers and consultants to our clients’ projects and operations, and perform employment outsourcing services such as workforce management in oil and gas regions around the world. WTS Energy operates globally with offices in 14 countries and is operational in over 50 countries.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Lead Mechanical Commissioning Engineer
Job number: WTSOA25358
About the Job
Commissioning preparation phase:
- Lead Mechanical Commissioning Engineer is in charge of the the definition of mechanical precommissioning and commissioning scope within the sub-systems.
- He will follow up and intervene in contractor’s preparation for pre-commissioning and commissioning scope for both onshore and offshore related to all rotating and mechanical equipment.
- He will witness contractor’s performance of commissioning execution to achieve RFSU on system and subsystem basis for all rotating and mechanical equipment.
- He will participate in follow-up of contractor’s punch list activities and control of punch list items including
- He will participate in review contractors system commissioning procedures and Operational Test Procedures.
- He will review for approval of contractor’s pre-commissioning and commissioning dossiers.
- He will review the Contractors schedule, and execution plans.
- He will identify and address all interface issues with other disciplines with respect to the mechanical commissioning activities. Commissioning Execution Phase Lead Mechanical Commissioning Engineer will organize, prepare and supervise the safe execution of the commissioning activities.
- He will participate in witnessing contractor’s performance of pre-commissioning to achieve mechanical Completion on a sub-system basis.
- Appropriate Mechanical Engineering qualification.
- Good knowledge of mechanical systems, Proven experience in pre-commissioning and commissioning of mechanical equipment and major rotating machineries such gas turbines, centrifugal compressors and high pressure pumps.
- Candidate must be able to demonstrate that he worked in a similar position in another Total project and been able to provide positive recommendation from that specific project.
- Perfect knowledge of the commissioning procedures, developing network planning, coordinating integrated plan.
Job Title: UFR Offshore Company Dive Representative
Job number: WTShelen.uk25361
Type of Employment: Contract
About the Job
- His primary duty is to ensure the integrity of personnel and equipment involved in the Project.
- The CDR (Company Dive Rep) is to act as “Eyes & Ears” for Company with regard to offshore operations and ensuring that required standards (IOGP, IMCA and Company), work procedures and management of change are followed by the Diving Contractor.
- He ensures that all relevant certifications and IMCA DESIGN of the diving system are in date and that any close-out from those audits have been carried out.
- He ensures that any close-out actions from the CTR qualification audit by LSO/UWO have been carried out; that all diving personnel are holding IMCA recognized certificates and their medical exam and logbook are up to date.
- He is o/b the Diving Support Vessel (DSV) during the diving spread and crew mobilization.
- He is accountable for ensuring that the Contractor efficiently executes the approved scope of work in accordance with the approved procedures. He optimizes the work planning.
- He ensures That the Diving Contractor is correctly applying the approved diving Emergency Response Procedure.
- He plans and monitors the necessary diving accident related drills to be carried out during the operation.
- He maintains a constructive relationship with its partners and the diving-CTR.
- He remains on the vessel until all divers have completed their observation period (bend watch) after decompression.
- He sends daily reporting to the CSR/RSESD to be included in the COMPANY DPR (consolidated by the CSR).
- Opening and closing the Main Permit to Work and the Complementary Permit to Dive.
- Ensuring that there is a valid Complementary Permit to Dive for each diving operation.
- Completing and submitting the daily report to the CSR/RSES-D; The daily report includes: Health and safety (statistic, hazard, toolbox talk, safety drills), work progress, weather data, diving and ROV personnel on board, crew change, items (fuel, water, material, gas status), daily events (diary of events, diving data, ROV Completing and submitting to the CSR/RSES-D, the Affiliate DCP and the LSO/UWO Head of underwater Operation in Paris a final report regarding the diving/ROV activities including observation and technical feedback about the diving/ROV contractor.