ENGIE is global leading energy company that develops its businesses – Power, Natural Gas, Energy Services – around a model based on responsible growth to take on the challenges of the transition to a low-carbon economy: security of supply, the rational use of resources, access to sustainable energy and climate change. The Group provides governments, communities, cities and businesses with efficient and innovative solutions based on its expertise in four key sectors: independent power development, renewable energy, liquefied natural gas and energy efficiency services. ENGIE employs 153,000 people worldwide and achieved revenues of EUR 63 billion in 2016.
ENGIE’s Business Unit for the Middle-East, South & Central Asia and Turkey (MESCAT,) headquartered in Dubai, has activities in large scale power generation and water desalination, gas retail & distribution, LNG and energy services for B2B customers. Leveraging on its strong positions, the BU is developing its presence in renewable energies, in the gas value chain and in energy efficiency services.
The Electrical Foreman will report to the Lead Electrical Engineer.
To ensure plant electrical equipment is maintained to maximize the reliability and availability of plant utilizing Work Instructions documented in the Maintenance Management System (SAP), OEM guidelines and under the instruction of the Lead Electrical Engineer. To assist the Lead Electrical Engineer in ensuring that all electrical equipment is well maintained, and all notifications of planned and unplanned work are completed on time.
Safety at Work
Ensures a safe working environment for himself, his colleagues and contractors while working on any equipment
Ensures that there is a Permit to Work for each job as necessitated by the safety rules and associated Procedures.
Ensures all Method Statements, Work Instruction and Procedures are followed by himself and Contractors while undertaking any work.
Ensures that all appropriate tools are available to ensure work can be carried out safely on equipment on all jobs at the plant.
Points out any unsafe conditions to the Lead Electrical Engineer or Shift Team Leader.
Maintenance Task Planning and Execution
Completes all Work Orders generated in CMMS (SAP) as directed by the Lead Electrical Engineer.
Generates reports as necessary for the maintenance work done.
Ensures that maintenance of all electrical equipment is in accordance with OEM Manuals and best practices for the equipment.
Reviews Electrical Maintenance Procedures, suggests improvements and conducts RCA where applicable.
Works to full potential and high quality of work.
Responsible for testing electrical systems and analyzing data
Planning of planned and unplanned inspections of major equipments e.g Generator, Transformers, HV / MV swtichgears, HV motors etc
Good electrical engineering foundation and practical knowledge of how it applies to modern power plant and desalination plant processes.
Practical experience of maintaining a wide range of electrical equipment gained through hands on experience and formal training
Capable to ensure a safe working environment for himself and his colleagues while working on any equipment.
Assume ownership of plant electrical equipment and strives to keep them in the best possible condition.
Ability to carry out maintenance activities on a range of major engineering components and systems in accordance with OEM Manuals for the equipment.
Organizing spares, tools and equipment to carry out maintenance activities
Performs troubleshooting activities as necessary to determine failure conditions and rectifies the defects found.
Works with Plant Operations Personnel for resolving problems encountered with electrical equipment under the guidance of the Electrical Engineer.
Be an active part of the maintenance team and help it to meet appropriate people and plant related performance measures
Ability to carry out duties with minimum supervision
Ability to work within a multi-cultural environment and with multi-disciplinary staff
Practical knowledge of the isolation of plant.
Knowledge of international health & safety working practices
Knowledge of Generator Protection system and Excitation control system
Good command of English Language
Good understanding of cultural differences that exist and ability to manage.
Ability to be a strong team player
Ability to be able to think clearly and respond calmly in emergency situations
Ability to maintain high levels of focused drive and energy, setting personally challenging goals.
Good organizational skills and ability to work under pressure.
Exceptional analytical and problem-solving abilities
Ability to work and interact with departments throughout the organization.
communication and interpersonal
To work with integrity and a friendly approach.
Able to protect company confidentiality.
Essential Educational Qualifications
Degree / Diploma in Electrical Engineering/or Equivalent
Desirable Qualifications and experience:
At least 5 years of relevant experience.
Previous employment will have provided experience at a similar level and status within the discipline of Electrical maintenance.
Preferably should have practical knowledge and exposure of Combined Cycle Power Plant and Siemens Excitation and SFC control system
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