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Mechanic Tehnician, Project Engineer

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Serial No: 4279
(21/12/1978, male)
List top 5 skills: heavy equipment engineer, mechanical technician, offshore construction supervisor
Current location: 

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2012 -  Present:  Technip Offshore Projects and Construction
Offshore Construction Supervisor
Main Duties:

  • To co-ordinate the safe and efficient execution of project operations according to project procedures while complying with Technip Quality, Health, Safety Environment and Security policies
  • Lead and supervise the safe and effective execution of project work scope in accordance with approved operating procedures including mobilisation of equipment and assets, mechanical inspection, confirmation and commissioning of equipment and structures.
  • Provide general maintenance of offshore production platforms, FPSO and Jack Up vessels.
  • Top drives, drilling instrumentation, hydraulics, BOP’s, engine generator sets, mud pumps, draw works and travelling equipment.
  • Liaise with various departments with specific work scopes and confirm to strict permit to work guidelines ensuring work pack procedures, certification and personnel are fully informed before for any work can be commenced.
  • To maintain awareness of and ensure compliance with all relevant Statutory and Company HSE standards and to ensure adherence to these by E&C contractors and 3rd Parties.
  • To monitor safety performance and coordinate all Construction, Commissioning and Decommissioning activities carried out by company projects at Site including all third party mobilised contractors and sub contractors.
  • To confirm that all contractor and 3rd party personnel undergo all relevant local safety induction and familiarisation before any work carried out on site.
  • To review all permits prepared by contractors prior to submission for approval to ensure that these comply with site standards and that work breakdown is presented in a clear and methodical manner.
  • Attendance at HAZID’s, Risk Assessments and where possible Tool box talks to ensure quality and accuracy.
  • To Ensure that any accidents incidents or near misses are reported to the OIM and onshore management and when required to take part in any incident investigations and analysis.
2011 – 2012:  Petrofac Offshore Projects and Operations
Project Engineer Rotating Equipment
Main Duties:
  • Primarily to provide technical support for the performance of all aspects of Gas Turbine and Rotating Equipment care and maintenance, assist in the analysis of technical problems, propose solutions and monitor/manage implementation of corrective actions within the mechanical service contract.
  • Provide technical support to new projects through review of design documents and specifications to ensure good operating practice and expertise is incorporated. Witness OEM equipment tests and perform root cause analysis when required.
  • Single point of contact for the project liaising directly with the client contract representative on all operational issues.  Responsibilities include and are not limited to the following:
  • Coordinate all work effort in delivering the business objectives for the client.  This includes liaising regularly with the Senior Management on technical issues, identifying and organising the required resources to execute the scope of work and reporting to the Technical Authority and client on progress.
  • Prepare monthly contract reports detailing technical and budgetary information as applicable.
  • Coordinate all shutdown activities including preparation of detailed shutdown plans, manning profiles, material listings, engage the services of vendors and issue of progress reports.
  • Prepare mid-month work valuation reports.
  • Prepare and maintain the 18-month strategic operations and maintenance plan for Company activities.
  • Supply chain management for the contract, ensuring material, services and repair requirements are identified and expedited utilising company systems (Datawright).  This includes obtaining all quotations, raising the necessary material requisitions, ensuring materials are expedited within the agreed timescale, ensuring materials are receipted and inspected, preparation of manifests and liaising with the client logistics and shipping contractor for sailing and flight schedules.
  • Collation and interrogation of all condition monitoring data utilising ICSS condition monitoring system and technical reports. Maintain condition monitoring databases as required.
  • Facilitate quarterly contract meetings and prepare minutes of meetings.
  • Ensure warehoused spares are stored and managed on behalf of Company and the client including quarterly and yearly inventory audits.
  • Assist with the preparation of quarterly incentive scheme data including equipment downtime and actual financial performance against budget.
  • Prepare technical reports as required.
  • Prepare work packs as required.
  • Prepare engineering change proposals as required.
  • Interrogation of the client maintenance management system and preparation of maintenance, corrective and backlog reports.
  • Liaise with OEM and vendor personnel to ensure good working relationships are established.
  • Regular liaison with offshore coordinators in discussing technical problems, resource requirements and technical assistance where required.
  • Ensure that all employees engaged in activities for the contract are aware of the health, safety and environmental requirements.
  • Ensuring that processes and procedures are maintained and updated as necessary to meet contract deadlines and key performance indicators.
2010 – 2011:  Atlas Copco October
Field Service Engineer
Main Duties:
  • Service and maintain Atlas Copco equipment and machinery on site including planning, assigning of manpower, recourses and tooling. Providing technical assistance to complete the work scope according to contractual requirements .
  • Lead and execute inspection of Atlas Copco and associated equipment from commissioning to completion ensuring proper and safe operation of machinery by evaluating the running parameters and control systems.
  • Repair and maintenance of equipment used in the Mining and Oil and Gas industries including compressors, boosters, mining and face equipment. Assist with other mechanical duties on land or offshore.
  • Carry out mechanical and electrical diagnostic tests using OEM interface equipment. Perform calibration and perimeter setting to customer specification.
  • Re-design and re-build hydraulic and pneumatic systems for machine tooling to customer requirements.
  • Write accurate reports acting as a single point of contact  between customer/client and Atlas Copco recording and compiling data for analysis.
  • Relay any technical issues with customer/client to ensure maximum performance during production.
  • Carry out all maintenance and production operations safely complying with company/client health and safety procedures.
February 2008 – October 2010:  Finning Caterpillar (UK)    
Specialisation  Engineer (Prime Mover and Power System Equipment)
Main Duties:
  • Undertake detailed inspection of power system equipment to confirm or expand any initial field inspection report so that commercial assessment of the likely repair, replacement refurbishment work can be made.
  • Carry out standard diagnostic tests on mechanical components to enable more accurate cost assessments or for the issue of condition and warranty agreements to customers.
  • Perform field repairs, diagnostics and servicing of large scale mining and construction equipment including power generation and marine propulsion units.
  • Produce a comprehensive list of parts and materials required for the proposed machine preparation work.
  • Undertake overhaul, repair or refurbishment work on the machine to the agreed work plan, removing and despatching components for specialist attention, re-installing the original or replacement part or repairing original parts.
  • Regularly perform engine and transmission disassembly and assembly inspecting individual components. Re-build and calibrate fuel pump, governor and control systems.
  • Work on technical change requests generated by the operated assets. Prepare engineering hand-over packages for technical change requests and co-ordinate/assist in the preparation of work groups either by colleagues, contractors or client representatives.
  • Inspect and test completed machinery to ensuring units are operating to expected performance levels.
  • Bring expertise in company products within the Mining, Oil & Gas and Industrial sectors  ensuring that all operations and performance measures are subject to continuous improvement methodology and in-line with Caterpillar principles.
British Army - Final Discharge December 2007
Squadron Leader/ Engineer           
Main Duties:
  • Planned and organised daily running of squadron activities. Deciding manpower levels and specific roles. Allocation of equipment and brigade assets.
  • Liaise with commanding officers on daily duties. Command and control squadron on training and operational deployments ensuring correct procedures and protocols are strictly enforced.
  • Preparation of staff rota’s, deciding staffing levels and shift patterns. Recognising and utilising individual strengths and previous experience to maximise unit proficiency.
  • Ensure stringent safety procedures are adhered to at all times, including checking the team’s skills and knowledge.  Completion and controlling of paper work and permits and the understanding of their importance.
  • Enforce a level of discipline which is recognised within the military and civilian engineering environments to obtain maximum proficiency and safety.
  • Obtained several engineering qualifications practical and theoretical over several years in the armed forces.
  • Awarded  BSc Engineering which was achieved from the Royal School of Military Engineering in Chatham Kent. This included command and management, mechanical engineering disciplines, communication and artisan skills.
British Army - Joined September 1997
Engineer (Junior/Senior Ranks)       
Main Duties:
  • Joined the Royal Engineers with intent to progress through the ranks and gain engineering qualifications and trade.
  • Attended the School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering in Borden Hampshire specilising in heavy construction and transport equipment.
  • Obtained basic level NVQ 2 to NVQ level 3 and continued education and practices within core units of the Royal Engineers gaining practical and hands on experience.
  • Continued to progress through the ranks gaining practical experience often in remote and hostile situations. Posted to specific locations worldwide to expand engineering diversity.
  • Returned to the School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering to further my education to HND level Mechanical engineering.
  • Awarded Artificer grade and returned to unit to further gain experience at this level with the intent to progress to senior ranks.
  • Royal Engineer units and attachments include 23 Engineer Squadron Air Assault, REME Attachments, RAF Construction Support Units and Mechinised Divisions.  This has gained myself excellent experience over a multitude of engineering roles.
  • Gained valuable skills and knowledge from colleagues and superior ranks learning a solid work ethic and "skills to do the job".
Key Achievements
  • Attained excellent education and training through HM Forces allowing me to obtain senior level and rank in a command position and role.
Education & Vocational Qualifications
Achieved through Armed Forces
  • BSc Engineering (Final Education)
  • HND Mechanical Engineering (Artificer level)
  • HNC Mechanical Engineering
  • BIIB Security Industry Certificate
  • Full and Current Driving Licence with Cat B, BE, C1, C1E, D1, D1E
Offshore Certification
  • Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training (HUET & EBS)
  • Escape System Training (Norwegian Specific)
  • Offshore MIST Programme
  • All OPITO Approved
  • Norwegian Specific Offshore Medical

Spoken languages: 

english (fluent)

Locations I am interested in working:

africa, Australia, Bahrain, canada, china, new zealand, saudi arabia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates