Canal Engineer - Iraq - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (


  full-time   employee

United States


Canal Engineer - Iraq

KBR is looking for Canal Engineer in Majnoon project based in Iraq for 28/28 rotation.

KBR was awarded a contract by Basra Oil Company (BOC) for the project management and development of the Majnoon Oil Field in Basra, Iraq . The Majnoon Oil Field is comprised of the Central Processing Facility (CPF) and Degassing Stations 1 & 2 (DS1 and DS2). BOC plans to further expand the oil field's capacity by an additional 200kbopd. This expansion requires additional wells and several LSTK EPC contracts to be awarded for facilities which include a new CPF, Sour Gas Treatment Plant, Central Power Plant, Flowlines and other associated services to meet BOC's production targets.

Project Details:

  • Work Week: 84 hours
  • Rotation Leave: 28 day on site paid and 28 days unpaid
  • Location: Iraq site
  • Food and Accommodation: provided at site
  • Flight: To and Fro provided every rotation


  • Canal design engineer
  • Experience of lined and unlined canal design
  • Experience of inverse siphon design
  • Experience of bridge design
  • Experience of hydraulic modelling of weirs and/or siphons necessary
  • Minimum 10yrs experience
  • Ability to develop and maintain proactive relationships with external HSE advisors

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