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CV, UK Based Electrical Supervisor Targeting Middle East

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 18018

List top 5 skills: electrical supervisor, electrical: qa/qc
Short Bio:

Over the past 20 years I have gained valuable experience and knowledge in the construction industry either within the Quality or Construction department.
I have been heavily involved in major projects such as; Aluminium Smelter, Steel Production Plants, Petro Chemical, Power Plants, Water Treatment, Universities and Hospitals.
Covering all aspects of electrical installation to which includes:
220KV GIS Substations through to 400v covering all power network distribution

Current location: 

Wales, United Kingdom - View on map

Nationality: 

British

Preferred Sector of Employment: 

Oil, Gas and Energy, General Management

Spoken languages: 

english

Locations I am interested in working:

kuwait, Middle East



Qualifications

January 1989 – June 1992.

Bridgend Technical College of Further Education, Bridgend, Mid Glamorgan
Completed apprenticeship in electrical/instrumentation installation
City and Guilds of London Institute Certificates 236 parts 1 & 2
Achievement Measurement 1 & 2
NVQ Level 3
I.E.E. Wiring Regulations 17th Edition
ECS/JIB Approved
Approved NICEIC Tester

Career Summary

Over the past 20 years I have gained valuable experience and knowledge in the construction industry either within the Quality or Construction department.

I have been heavily involved in major projects such as; Aluminium Smelter, Steel Production Plants, Petro Chemical, Power Plants, Water Treatment, Universities and Hospitals.

Covering all aspects of electrical installation to which includes:

o 220KV GIS Substations through to 400v covering all power network distribution to include F/O and control cabling.

o Transformers.

o Substations & Mini Substations.

o Motor Management & Control, MCC, VSD & Pneumatic Panels, Switchgear, UPS, HVAC & Instrumentation

o All aspects of Containment & Cable Management routing/installation

o Reviewing /validating typical SLD’s, schematics & cable lists.

o All aspects of earthing.

o Testing of all installations from 220KV through to control & signal cabling.

January 2012 to Present Date
SNC Lavalin (M&M), EMAL Smelter Complex Project Abu Dhabi UAE (Phase 2)
Area QA/QC Lead for Energy, Material Handling & General Site Services

Reporting directly to the QA/QC Coordinator, specific responsibilities were:

o Ensure implementation of the Project Quality Management System.

o Overseeing implementation of contractors Quality Assurance Plan at site

o The management of a team of inspectors, coordinating RFI requests from contractors and delegating accordingly within the team.

o To review all Quality documentation submitted by contractors for approval; Quality Assurance Plans, Quality Procedures, Inspection & Test Plans, completed History Documents etc.

o Produce weekly reports highlighting any significant concerns and also milestones achieved.

o Issue NCR’s & CAR’s respectively ensuring follow up. Also providing weekly updates to the exceptions administrator.

o Carry out audits with contractors ensuring Quality Assurance Plan and project procedures and specifications are being followed and implemented.

o Attend weekly progress meetings with all designated packages raising any significant quality concerns.

o Attend kick-off meetings with contractors. Attend all EHS safety meetings.

o Provide support/assistance/advice to inspectors of all disciplines.

o Coordinate with engineering/construction team, providing necessary assistance with regards to quality objectives.

o Attend FAT at different vendors worldwide.

o Deputise for QA/QC Coordinator in the event of absence.

July 2011 to December 2011
Solios Carbon (M&M), Ma’aden Aluminium Company Saudi Arabia
Electrical Supervisor for Paste Plant

Reporting directly to the construction manager, my responsibilities were:

o Attending daily E&I construction meetings with supervisors of all disciplines to discuss progress, on-site issues and any safety aspects.

o Attending weekly safety meetings and toolbox talks on a daily basis.

o Reviewing & approving method statements & risk assessments submitted by contractor.

o Ensuring all drawings used at site are of the latest revision.

o Provide technical support/guidance to the contractor with all aspects of installation.

o Organise all material/tools/specialist machinery, the set-up of on-site fabrication shop and all temporary lighting and power where required.

o Responsible for on-site power either by RMU or generator.

o Organise cable pulling gangs for all power, control & instrumentation cables.

o Liaise with QA/QC department for inspection, highlighting any concerns.

o To ensure all contractors adhere to all safety rules, procedures and specifications on-site.

o Ensuring the highest of quality and standards were maintained throughout the installation at all times.

September 2010 to June 2011
Phase Electrical, Glamorgan University, Pontypridd, UK
Electrical Supervisor, all areas

Reporting directly to the construction manager, my responsibilities were:

o Attending weekly meetings with other area supervisors discussing any on-site installation issues, progress and any potential safety hazards or issues.

o Review/approval of PTW’s Method Statements & Risk Assessments submitted by contractors.

o Responsible for organising all materials, tools and specialized equipment/machinery required.

o Ensure all temporary power on-site is maintained, install any new power where required. Assist with the set-up of any on-site fabrication shop/facilities.

o Ensure contractors have the required staff level for all activities to include cable containment installation, cable pullers and general labourers etc.

o Constantly liaise with package engineers and QA/QC department should either be of a concern.

o Ensure all drawings used by the contractor are of the latest revision.

o Provide any required assistance or technical support to the contractor when required.

o Attend daily toolbox talks and provide any support when necessary.

o Organise weekly work plans and submit to the construction coordinator.

o Ensure contractor is working in a safe manner, adhering to all safety procedures.

o Ensuring the highest of quality and standards were maintained throughout the installation at all times.

April 2009 to July 2010
SNC Lavalin (M&M), EMAL Smelter Complex Project Abu Dhabi UAE (Phase 1)

Senior Electrical QA/QC Inspector for Infrastructure & Material Handling

Reporting directly to the QA/QC Supervisor, responsibilities were:

o Ensure that all ITPs are followed by the contractors for all packages.

o Ensure all specifications, procedures and approved drawings are being implemented at site.

o Liaise with the construction/engineering department to resolve any issues that arise through inspection/surveillance.

o Carry out inspections on incoming materials as per engineering approval also ensuring they are free from defect.

o Witness all testing conducted by contractor; insulation resistance, Hi-Pot, HV, continuity etc.

o Attend weekly progress meetings highlighting any quality concerns that have risen through inspection or patrol. Attend EHS crew meetings on a weekly basis.

o Issue NCR/CAR to contractor when specification/procedure has not been followed. Ensuring follow up and close out. Raise, follow up and close deficiencies.

o Provide assistance/guidance with contractor with any part of installation.

o Prepare daily construction quality control surveillance reports.

o Review completed history dockets submitted by contractor.

May 2004 – April 2009
Phase Electrical, British Steel, Port Talbot, West Glamorgan, UK
Electrical Supervisor for Iron Furnaces & Administration Buildings

Reporting directly to the construction manager, my responsibilities were:

o Organise tools, materials and any specialised machinery required to carry out the installation.

o Ensure contractor is following the latest revision of drawings.

o Ensure all project specifications and procedures and safety requirements are being met by the contractor.

o Arrange PTW and any other electrical/mechanical permit from British Steel to conduct any work in brown field areas.

o Review method statements & risk assessments for their approval.

o Coordinate with other team supervisors providing support/guidance with installation.

o Responsible for the set-up of temporary facilities; site offices, fabrication shop etc.

o Responsible for all manning levels in all assigned areas.

o Attend all weekly progress meetings with client.

o Submit daily work plan activity, daily toolbox talks and weekly progress report meetings.

o Attend weekly safety meetings.

o Liaise with Quality department regarding quality issues, relating to inspection.

o Attend any walk downs and create punch/deficiency list.

September 2002 – May 2004.
Alcan Construction, Aluminium Smelter, Anglesey
Electrical Supervisor for Reduction, Carbon & Administration Buildings

Reporting directly to the construction manager, my responsibilities were:

o Attend daily meetings for E&I progress and any safety concerns.

o Raise any technical query related to E&I and follow up with the client for solution, ensuring all of the other supervisors have been informed of same.

o Submit daily work plan to planning department and safety team.

o Provide guidance/technical support to all other area supervisors.

o Organise all materials, tools and any specialised machinery required by contractor.

o Attend walk downs creating punch lists ensuring involvement of QA/QC department.

o Ensure contractor has the latest revision of all drawings also discussing any changes.

o Review/approve PTW’s, work method statements & risk assessments submitted by the contractor.

o Attend weekly safety meetings.

June 2000 – May  2002
Alcan Aluminium Plant Swansea, UK
Electrical QA/QC Inspector for Reduction, Carbon & Casthouse

Reporting directly to the Quality Supervisor, my responsibilities were:

o Prepare ITP’s with the involvement of construction superintendent.

o Ensure all related method statements were approved prior to any installation at site.

o Review all documentation related to FAT for the supply of any electrical panels, switchgear, distribution panels etc. from the contractor prior to installation and ensuring any comments are adhered to.

o Inspect all incoming materials supplied by contractor for any defects ensuring materials conform to engineering approval.

o Carry out daily inspections as per hold, witness & patrol points for various contractors as per approved ITP’s.

o Raise punch list at during inspection and submit to construction and the contractor for close out.

o Issue NCR/CAR if contractor failed to follow specification/procedure and ensure follow up and close out.

o Attend weekly meetings with various disciplines, highlighting any quality concerns.

o Attend weekly safety meetings.