Electrical Engineer

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Full Time
Job Description

In Kingdom Liquids to Chemicals Development (IK LTC) is developing the production, shipping and marketing of low carbon hydrogen and ammonia as an alternative route-to-market for our oil and gas resources. The SAMREF Max Chemicals (SMC) Division under IK Liquids to Chemicals Development is seeking a Sr Operation Engineer to join the division.

The division is responsible the activities of SAMREF Max Chemicals (SMC) Project Development under the Liquid to Chemicals Program (LTC) and drive the development of project assessment, and the delivery of project requirements during FEL I, FEL II and FEL III. Additionally, the function will be solely responsible for leading the formation & activities of the Integrated Project Team (ITP), the formation of project steering committee or equivalent committees to drive major project decisions.

Electric Engineer Specialist is responsible to provide professional advice and guidance regarding electrical systems, schemes, equipment or techniques, facility designs and solutions to operating and maintenance problems. You will have a thorough understanding of plant operations, specialized experience in electrical high voltage and low voltage systems for large scale complex electrical distribution system and power reliability analysis for electrical distribution systems which involves carrying out power system studies using ETAP software.

Duties and Responsibilities

  •  Provide technical support for petrochemical unit’s operation readiness, pre-commissioning and commissioning including start-up philosophy and spare part requirements.
  • Develop and implements strategies and programs to enhance plant availability and to reduce operating and maintenance costs; this includes the application of new technology.
  • Participate in petrochemical unit’s process optimization and synergy between refinery and petrochemical.
  • Review and update refinery and petrochemical redline drawings.
  • Provide technical support for capital projects involving petrochemical units at various stages of the project life cycle (pre-feasibility, feasibility, Pre-feed, feed basic design, detailed engineering and construction).
  • Researching new technologies, innovative smart sensing solutions, regulations, and other factors that may affect business model and reliability.
  • Strong experience in Refinery-Chemicals integration strategies, competitiveness and benchmarking.
  • Conducting research on competitors to identify opportunities for new products.
  • Provide technical input to LP and economics modeling and capital efficiency.
  • Deliver the tools, templates and systems to ensure the safe, passionately and flawlessly delivery of the project.
  • Liaison between Project Management and technical disciplines to achieve integration across all project disciplines.
  • Ensure scope, risk and interfaces are captured, manage Interfaces between internal and external parties and documented.
  • Participation in all project studies such as HAZOP, SIL Study and HSSE
  • Develop Construction System Turnover plan for Project.
  • Develop system-level sensor architecture design with hardware and software interfaces for various applications.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in electric engineering preferred advanced degree.
  • At least 15 years of experience with a focus in the Refining & Petrochemicals Operation.