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Control System Umbilical Engineer Vacancy in Saipem Contracting Nigeria


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Saipem Contracting Nigeria Limited (SCNL) is a subsidiary of SAIPEM S.PA., a global captain in Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation and Project Management in the Energy Sector.

Due to increasing workload and expansion of its offshore activities in Nigeria, SCNL is seeking for highly qualified, pro-active, fast learning, well organized and motivated Personnel to reinforce its team as Control System Umbilical Engineer (CTRUMB).

Responsibilities of Control System Umbilical Engineer:
  • Review Client technical documentation and requirements.
  • Control subcontracted engineering documents belonging to the subsea control and umbilical discipline.
  • Perform the engineering activities related to assigned scope of work within the project.
  • Ensure the timely availability of project documents and the implementation of the comments received by the Client and by other project disciplines.
  • Ensure the implementation of project design changes and provide the umbilical and control system lead with the information relevant to the work progress for the preparation of the project control reports.
  • Cooperate in the preparation of operative procedures for the integration and testing of the whole Umbilical and Control System with the other equipment of the system, e.g. for FAT, EFAT and SIT.
  • Cooperate in conceptual definition and development of statement of requirements for subsea umbilical’s and control systems, providing technical support to all activities related to bidding and detail engineering.
  • Prepare the specifications for deep and shallow waters, dynamic and infield, subsea E/H control umbilical (including requirements for steel tubes, thermoplastic hoses, ancillaries, etc.), power and signal cable, fiber optics cables and topside and subsea control system components design, manufacturing, test and maintenance.
  • Prepare the specification for the subsea control system architecture and equipment.
  • Preparation of the Umbilical and subsea control system equipment installation and pre-commissioning documents.
  • Prepare and issue the final updates of the technical documents for material purchasing.
  • Prepare evaluation notes relevant to technical proposals received by suppliers.
  • Prepare evaluation reports relevant to tests performed by suppliers both during qualification or construction phases.
  • Assist the Umbilical and Control System Lead or the Project Technical Manager in solving technical problems arising during project development.
  • Act as an interface to support procurement department, inspection and expediting department.
  • Prepare the section of competence of the final reports.
  • Supports the Umbilical and Control System Lead for the preparation of project schedules and man-hours evaluation.
  • Assist the Umbilical and Control System Engineering Lead to support the procurement and fabrication activities.
  • Support the inspection and expediting of personnel during the relevant activities.
Qualification & Experience of Control System Umbilical Engineer:
  1. Minimum 5 years of experience undertaking the detailed design of pipelines and risers and umbilical systems.
  2. Minimum of first Degree or equivalent in relevant Engineering discipline.
  3. Knowledge of at least one of the following software: Abaqus, Orca flex, Flexcon-3D ANSYS
The application will be closed on 21st May, 2013.

How to apply?
Qualified persons should submit their application by electric mail to: tsd.scnl@saipem.com with the relevant job title and code stated in the subject line of the email.

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