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High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) Engineer at KCA Deutag

High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) Engineer

  • Job Type Full Time
  • Qualification BA/BSc/HND
  • Experience 10 years
  • Location Other
  • Job Field Engineering / Technical&nbsp

Reports To: Maintenance Superintendent

Purpose of Job

  • The High Pressure High Temperature (HPHT) engineer is responsible for the provision of discipline engineering staff, resources and technology in a manner, which promotes excellence of performance for both the individuals concerned and the Company.
  • Maintain Technical Assurance of the discipline output in all areas of the Company’s activities worldwide

Area(s) of Responsibility

  • All equipment and systems on the rig.
  • Rig structure and integrity.
  • Compliance with Class and Company requirements for repairs and upkeep or all associated records.

Supervises:

  • Maintenance personal on Drilling Rigs

Key Tasks

  • Manage the operations assigned to them and ensure that they meet contractual quality and performance criteria.
  • Supervise those to whom they delegate responsibility, and to ensure the effective operational supporting services under their control or provided by departments within the Company.
  • Ensure that all well programmes are executed properly, efficiently, safety and in accordance with Company, Client and relevant Country regulations and guidelines.
  • Liaise at all times with their Operations Managers on all key issues in a timely and appropriate manner.
  • Conduct technical appraisals of drilling and workover programmes, ensuring that any improvements, concerns or remedial actions required, are brought to the attention of the client
  • Provide advice and guidance to their Toot pushers.
  • Ensure that critical performance evaluations of specialist sub-contractor a are conducted and findings reported to the Operations Manager and client.
  • Ensure accurate recording and reporting of all problem events including accidents/incidents.
  • Take an active role in pre-spud and end-of-well meetings, (if applicable) ensuring that complete reporting is undertaken and mat all teaming points are brought to the attention of the Operations Manager and the client.
  • Ensure the Rig is maintained in accordance with Company and Industry standards and that all mandatory and other Operating Certificates are maintained up to date.
  • Advice management on matters affecting the interpretation of the contracts affecting Rigs under their control and to deal with day-to-day contractual matters as directed.
  • Review tire performance evaluation of the personnel on the rig in terms of contracted requirements.
  • Liaise and support the Toot pusher in terms of human resource utilisation and development Initiate investigations and remedial actions on equipment, structural or system failures affecting the Rigs under his authority.
  • Ensure the timely requisition of all materials, equipment and services to the correct specification for the execution of well operations.
  • Ensure control and effective tracking of Company moveable assets assigned to the Rig(s).

Primary Responsibilities
Safety:

  • Demonstration of safe approach is design and working practices, following the objectives of RDS Health, Safety and Environmental Plans.
  • Encouragement of attention to safety in personnel under the Chief Mechanical Engineer’s control

Financial:

  • Awareness and understanding of the business drivers within the KCA DEUTAG / Client relationship and how these can be influenced by innovative designs and fit-for-purpose solutions

Business Development:

  • Use of opportunities at meetings with Clients, Vendors etc. to learn of additional work which KCA DEUTAG could undertake, and to promote KCADEUTAG’s capabilities.
  • Communication with Operations and Maintenance personnel to determine any opportunities where KCA DEUTAG could provide an engineering solution to existing problems or for improving the existing practice.

Systems and Processes:

  • Provision of information as required by KCA DEUTAG systems.

People:

  • Management of Mechanical discipline personnel.
  • Training and development of Graduate Engineers for the Mechanical discipline. Annual appraisal Mechanical discipline staff,

Minimum Qualifications

  • Proven experience (10 years) in Mechanical Engineering role with an Oilfield Operator

Job Specific Skills:

  • Simple Pressure Vessel Regulations 2016 arid PSSR
  • Reading of DIN and ANS drawings
  • Welding and fitting according to ASME BPVC
  • MS Office
  • SAP
  • KOMS (Kompass Operational Management System)
  • CATS (Case Action Tracking System)
  • EDRS (Enhanced Drilling Reporting System)
  • Computerised Preventive Planned Maintenance
  • Permit to work
  • Hazardous areas awareness
  • Maintenance Hp systems on Bentec and NOV Equipment
  • Simple Pressure Vessel Regulations 2016 and PSSR
  • Reading of DIN and ANS drawings
  • Welding and fitting according to ASME BPVC
  • Risk assessment
  • First aid
  • Fire fighting

Required Personal Attributes:

  • Commitment to safe working practices, policies and legislation.
  • Enthusiastic, self-motivator
  • Good interpersonal, organizational and communication skills in good English
  • Ability to work individually and as part of a team.
  • Willing to travel.
  • Be flexible to work outside the normal hours

Generic Skills:

  • Must speak and write fluent English

Method of Application

Interested and qualified candidates should send their Applications to be accompanied with all credentials and CV to: [email protected] using the Job Title as the subject of the mail.