Pre-Com / Commissioning Engineer Job in Nigeria

 Amaiden Energy Nigeria Limited (formerly Moody International Nigeria Limited) was established in 1996 as a partnership between Moody International Group and Nigerian investors. Since commencing operations in March 1997 the company continues to grow and exerts its presence in numerous Projects in the Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Pre-Com / Commissioning Engineer

Location: Port Harcourt, Rivers

Category: Others  
Job Type: Contracts  
Job Nature: Offshore

The job holder will be required to:

  • Be the focal point involved in the definition and preparation of the precom & commissioning activities related to the SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities.
  • Finalize the Exhibits SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities contracts to ensure the Precom & Commissioning requirements are captured
  • Ensure consistency of all Precom & Commissioning deliverables incorporated in the CFT’s,
  • Identify and address all interface issues with other entities for all systems precom & commissioning activities.
  • Ensure that the SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities contractors perform all pre-commissioning and commissioning
  • in strict accordance with the OPERCOM methodology.
  • Ensure that the ICAPS database is populated correctly, and that the database provides an accurate reporting tool for all pre-commissioning and commissioning activities.
  • Development of the Precom & Commissioning Methods and Strategies
  • Ensure SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities team inspectors are fully briefed on the application of the OPERCOM scope of testing and recording.
  • Ensure coherence between OPERCOM testing requirements and the SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities contractors
  • inspection and testing procedures/plan (ITP). Approve any use of Contractor ITP in preference to OPERCOM/ICAPS requirements.
  • Provision of manpower estimates and mobilization schedule for pre-com and commissioning activities at SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities managed sites.
  • Manage the preparation of pre-commissioning/commissioning procedures and reporting tools (including technical database, planning, punch list control).
  • Ensure satisfactory definition of all SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities systems pre-commissioning and commissioning scope and boundary limits within the sub-systems.
  • Follow up and review the contractor’s preparation for pre-commissioning and commissioning scope for both onshore and offshore related to all SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities systems equipment.
  • Approve the contractors system commissioning procedures and Operational Test Procedures (OTPs) for all SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities systems.
  • Follow up the precom & commissioning punch list register. Approve the contractor’s punch list activities and control of punch list items including sign-off of punch list items.
  • Produce the pre-commissioning and commissioning dossiers ensuring that all SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities contractor OTPs and other documentation are included. Ensure all OPERCOM requirements are met.
  • Follow up the contractor’s FAT, EFAT, mechanical completion tests, system integration tests, shallow water tests, cool down tests, vessel/rig receipt checks and pre-deployment checks. Ensure all OPERCOM
  • documentation is satisfactorily completed and that ICAPS is updated.
  • Develop a strategy in order to maximize onshore commissioning and minimize lost time due to interfaces, along with a commissioning sequence
  • Prepare and supervise the execution of SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities systems commissioning to maximize productivity, respect the schedule, minimize cost and achieve smooth hand over.
  • Supervise and monitor the preparation and the realization of the testing activities by the Contractor(s)
  • Ensure that the pre-commissioning schedule is implemented in line with commissioning planning and priorities
  • Check progress and ensure correct reporting of the commissioning activities
  • Provide the necessary assistance to the interface contractors SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities during their precommissioning and commissioning activities both in the various testing sites and offshore at the FPSO site.
  • Ensure that preservation for all SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities systems is performed as per the procedures
  • Ensure the contractors adherence to the scope of the contract with respect to the hand-over stages and the transfer of care and custody of the elements of the SPS/UFR/Topsides facilities.

HSE Objective:

  • Participate in HAZIDS, HAZOPS, Project Technical Reviews, HSE Audits as required, and ensure
  • corrective actions are defined, implemented and monitored for Field Operations related action points.
  • Participate in the selection of HSE training for Field Operations personnel.
  • Report anomalies and incidents promptly
  • Ensure the implementation of HSE Management System on Field operations activities.
  • Participate in Project HSE Committee meetings.
  • To fully comply with office security, health and safety instructions.
  • To stay vigilant and maintain continuous awareness of hazards and surroundings.
  • To report to Management on any issue they may face or observe and propose way of improvement.
  • To also take care of colleagues safety and behavior without hesitating to intervene as much as necessary.
  • To give his/her own input and making sure the workplace is safe (obviously clean and tidy).
  • In doubt to ask questions to gain clarification.
  • To fully comply with Security rules about Travelling in Nigeria.

Job Requirements

  • Education: B. Eng in Engineering (or equivalent).
  • Professional experience: 10+ years in process engineering studies, including operations exposure.
  • Skills required: Knowledge of OPERCOM methodology and ICAPS software. Particularly related to subsea systems.
  • Language: Fluent English, French an advantage

Application Closing Date
13th February, 2024.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online