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CV, UAE Based Electrical Engineer Seeking For Job In KSA

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 20335

List top 5 skills: design and construction, project engineering, project managemnet, site works
Short Bio:

I am Electrical Engineer and I finished my Bachelors Degree in Engineering in 2009.
I have total 5+ years experience on large Projects with 3 years GCC experience ( Saudi Arabia & UAE) and valid license of Saudi Arabia and UAE.
My key strengths are Design, Site , coordination and management works.

Current location: 

Sharjah, United Arab Emirates - View on map



Preferred Sector of Employment: 

, Oil, Gas and Energy

Spoken languages: 

Arabic, english, Urdu

Locations I am interested in working:

Pakistan, saudi arabia

List of countries I have a visa to work in:

saudi arabia, United Arab Emirates

Relevant Qualifications & Skills

Academics: Electrical Eng
2005 – 2009
1st Punjab University, Lahore

Urdu Expert More than 10 years 1 month or less

English Expert More than 10 years 1 month or less

Arabic Beginner More Than 2 Years 1 month or less

ETAP Good More than 6 months 1 month or less

AutoCAD Good More than 1 years 1 month or less

Optimal Tower Cad Good More than 1 years 1 month or less

MS Project Good More than 1 years 1 month or less

MS Office Suite Expert More than 5 years 1 month or less

Primavera P6 Good More than 1 years More than 1 years

Professional Memberships:

 Member of Saudi Council of Engineers (SCE)

 Member of Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC)

Career Summary


E34/2013 132kV Cabling Works in Northern Emirates

Position: Project Engineer

Key Role:

1) As per FEWA Technical specification, prepared and reviewed the following Plan & Drawings and submitted to FEWA:

 Detailed design drawings and construction drawings of the Cable Routes and the joints locations

 Details of Road crossing types & locations

 Proposed sheath earth bonding schematic diagram

 Proposed method of cable laying and calculate cable pulling tension and side wall pressure of the each section of the cable route ROW

2) Before starting site works, prepare the following documents:

 Arranged and obtain work permits, regulations, instructions from concerned authorities

 Put in place all the guarantees requested by the different local authorities.

 Obtained the approval for the Authority (FEWA) and will distribute the approved drawings to the concerned Local Authorities in order to get the “No Objection” for the works along the cable routes

 Conducted the tracing of the cable route along the approved reservation upon receipt of the No Objection Clearances (NOCS) from the various local Authorities and prior to the commencement of excavation

 Method statements for performing any works

 HV cable and FO cables Site Acceptance Test (SAT) formats & methods submitted to FEWA for approval

3) As per FEWA requirement , do the following necessary works on site:

 Carried out the final surveys of the cable route and prepare the corresponding drawings in a form agreed by Authority (FEWA) / Engineer and provided a survey report

 Peg out the centre line of the proposed cable corridors at regular intervals and prepared the drawings

 Excavations to the required dimensions (1.2 m deep x 2.5 m width) and as agreed with Authorities made for installation of precast concrete troughs and shuttering and dewatering of the cable trenches, as well as the preparation of the cable ducts and supporting structures for installation of the cables

 Pre cast concrete trough (700 mm x 2000 mm) for cable laying installed under our supervision by sub contractor

 Installation of cables comprise of 2 circuits of three XLPE cables 132kV, 1c x 1200 mm2 in trefoil formation plus one number 32-fibre optical cable per each circuit laid in a common precast concrete troughs. Cables laid directly from the drums into the troughs and special rollers placed at close intervals (maximum 2 meters) employed for supporting the cables while pulling and laying them

 Placing the trough covers, backfilling with excavated soil with warning tape placing at required depth, watering & compaction of back filling in layers

 Placing of approved cable route markers at maximum 50.0 meters intervals (2 Nos. markers at each location). The works also include any reinstatement like interlock tiles, asphalt or concrete etc. surfaces to the satisfaction of concerned Agencies. The work included provision of 6 Nos. of crash barriers for each Joint bay; the location of the Joint bay marker has to be approved by the FEWA / Engineer

 At highways and heavy traffic roads and at locations where Municipality does not permit crossing by open cutting, the crossing done by Horizontal Directional Drilling Method (HDD) or micro tunneling. 8 Nos. of HDPE ducts are installed.

 Installation of 132kV cable straight through joints along with coffin boxes required for single core cables suitable for the cable, 1200sqmm, XLPE including all temporary supports required at site

 Installation of cross bonding or earthing link box for all joint location and each one suitable for earth bonding of sheaths of single core 132kV, 1200sqmm, XLPE cables. The cross bonding link boxes are suitable for outdoor installation moisture proof, dust proof and mounted inside a concrete enclosure with suitable manhole cover to access inside. The cable metallic sheaths directly earthed through link boxes at every third joint bay. At the intermediate joints the sheaths earthed through voltage limiters to limit steep-fronted transient over voltages to a value which can be safely withstood by the sheath insulation. The voltage limiters shall be made of non-linear resistors

 The circuit markings provided for each link box with phase markings for each cable. Suitable earth rods/spikes are driven at minimum two locations for earthing

 Installation of standard waterproof underground optic fiber cable splicing kit for 32 fibers and splicing of fibers of optic fiber cable

 Testing and commissioning of two FO Cables before and after splicing performed as per FEWA standard & specification. Further SAT Tests for FO Cables conducted by FEWA approved FOC Cable Test Engineer. The spare FO cable tested end to end and looped safely

 The site testing is inclusive of performing of all site tests listed in the FEWA standards and specifications for 132kV cables and accessories including line surge arresters. AC HV Site Test shall be properly coordinated and done under supervision of GIS manufacturer. All Site Acceptance Test (SAT) conducted by FEWA approved Test Engineer and in the presence of cable, joints and GIS manufacturer representative. All test procedures and test forms are to be submitted and approved by FEWA. All test instruments and equipments used shall have valid calibration certificate. All electrical site tests carried out in the presence of FEWA / Engineer


Position: Electrical Engineer

Key Role:

 Apply the SLD on ETAP and study load studies, short circuit analysis and propose relay settings

 Cable ampacity , size calculations , cable laying and pulling tension calculations for LV and MV cable laying

 Study and prepare of Single Line Diagram of 11 kV Substation and Distribution system as per consultant specification

 Installation of 4 numbers 1000 kVA and 8 numbers 50 kVA step-down transformers

 Installation of 4 numbers 100 kVA step-up transformer

 Installation of 11 kV RMU of Schneider Electric

 Installation of 4 numbers LV 780 kVA backup generators

 Installation of 4 numbers UPS ( UBT Piller make) 368 kW for backup

 Installation of FO, LV and HV cables



Position: Electrical Engineer

Key Role:

 Worked as Electrical Engineer for the implementation of Electrical Works on Load Center which controls and provide Electricity to KING ABDUL AZIZ INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT,JEDDAH

 Review/Study of Design Drawings and Shop Drawings

 Review/Study the Electrical standards of the project from the client i.e. NEC, IEC etc

 Study the quality and safety standards of work

 Study the catalogs of the materials

 Calculate BOM/BOQ and take off of material

 Execution and completion of electrical work accordingly to civil work and latest shop drawings

 Make list of materials required everyday and make a request to issue material from the store

 Make As build drawings

 Completion of work request/QC Department/Consultant inspection

 Coordinate with civil and mechanical engineers and prepare coordination drawings

 Coordinate with low current engineers for low current electrical works

 Coordinate with QC and safety department for the safe and standard work

 Participate in site daily/weekly progress meeting with client

 Make execution and completion plans

 Manage 100 site personnel for work execution

 Make daily and weekly progress report of the work done

 Provide safety and quality trainings on site

 Installation and termination of 13.8 kV metal clad switchgear with ACB circuit breaker and OCEF relay ABB make

 Installation and terminations of 13.8 kV oil type and dry type transformer ABB make

 Installation and pulling of MV cables and LV cables

 Installation and termination of MDBs, SMDBs, DBs

 Installation of battery system and battery racks

 Installation , termination and wiring of power sockets, lighting switches, wall and hanging lights, low current system

 Installation of cable ladders, cable trays & cable trunk raceways for MV and LV cables

 Installation of PVC, EMT and RGS conduit for wiring raceways of small power sockets, lighting switches, lighting points, grounding and lightning protection

 Installation of grounding system for MV/LV system and equipment Earthing

 Installation of lightning protection system for equipment and building structure protection

 Installation of PVC & GI boxes for power sockets, lighting switches, wall and ceiling lights, grounding

 Installation of Earthing pits for grounding and lightning protection

 Installation Earthing of MV cables , cable ladders, cable trays, power sockets, lighting switches, wall and hanging lights

(JV Nippon Koei Japan/Dolsar Turkey Consortium)
November 2011 – February 2012


Position: Design Engineer Transmission Lines

Key Role:

 Review feasibility study report and Load flow studies

 To collect data and prices of power equipment, auxiliary switchgears and accessories for AIS and GIS substations

 To assist for design of GIB Power transmission line between main transformers in the underground power station to the outdoor switch yard, line and substation equipment BOQs

 To collect prices from relevant WAPDA contracts/projects and multinational manufacturers of power house, 500 kV transmission lines and substations for cost estimation

 Short circuit and load flow studies of power house

 General & Particular technical specifications, technical data sheets and drawings

 To assist for formatting of documents and drawings

June 2011 – November 2011

Position: Design Engineer Electrical

Key Role:

 Load Flow studies and short circuit analysis

 External Electrification of Housing Schemes

 ELR and Feeder Analysis of existing and new feeders

 Define the Corridor Right of way 132 kV underground cable

 Satellite Survey of 132 kV underground cable using Google Earth, SOP GT Sheets and SUPARCO Images

 Coordination study of 132 kV cable corridor with Environmental and Geological Engineers

 Design and calculation of 132 kV cable ampacity, size, laying and pulling tension

 Define cable laying standards

(In consortium with SMEC Australia, PB UK & SOGREAH France)
January 2010 – May 2011


Feasibility Study for Evacuation of Power from Hydropower Projects

(BASHA, BUNJI and DASU) on River Indus and its Tributaries in Northern areas 500kV

Position: Design Engineer Electrical

Key Responsibility:

 Define the Corridor Right of way

 Satellite Survey of Transmission Line using Google Earth, SOP GT Sheets and SUPARCO Images

 Spotting the tower through Google Earth

 Write down the coordinate of each spotting tower

 Convert the each spotting position in to Auto Cad drawing with the help of Global Mapper

 Arrange the each spotting location on Google Earth after the horizontal alignment

 Making the surface profile through optimal tower cad

 Arrange the each tower vertically

 Preparation of Survey Reports by using MS-Office