Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Electrical Department Manager
Electrical Department Manager with proven extensive experience in the design of Substations, Transmission and Distribution Systems in the Oil & Gas and, hydrocarbon industries. Experience in Conceptual, FEED, and detailed engineering of medium to large scale projects required. Minimum 20 years’ experience is required.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Lead a team of 40 to 60 electrical engineers and designers
Review and approve discipline work plans
Review and approve electrical systems studies (e.g. ETAP)
Review and approve competitive work-hour estimates with innovative execution plan for Electrical discipline.
Develop and maintain typical electrical engineering deliverables for use across all projects
Provide technical leadership and guidance to the project team.
Responsible for design integrity of electrical scope, performance of assigned staff, on-schedule delivery of the work within budget
Lead technical presentations to Clients and their representatives as required
Serve as technical resource on all matters relating to electrical engineering
Qualifications & Years of Experience:
Minimum Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, and a minimum of 20 years’ in Oil & Gas industry, hydrocarbon, petroleum refinery and offshore
Key Skills & Technical Competencies:
Expert knowledge & understanding of Design practices, Construction Practices and Procedures.
Wide knowledge of codes and industry standards IEEE, NFPA, API, IEC, ANSI/NEMA etc.
Wide knowledge in Electrical Power Systems, Protection Philosophy & Protection Device Coordination.
Knowledge of Saudi Aramco Standards and procedures will be an added advantage.
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