Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently looking for Process Technical Authority to join our project in Dubai.
This is a residential position in Dubai, with possible travel to Iraq for Business trips as and when required. This project will run for three years and renewable based on Business needs.
Reports to the Engineering Manager
Acts as main technical authority for the process department.
Support the Process engineering and design team. Capable of stepping in when the process discipline manager is away.
Single-point responsibility for all process engineering deliverables and ensure that they conform to all applicable engineering codes and standards as well as the customers policies and procedures
Ensure that the overall project is delivered to meet the asset operational needs
Provide direction and guidance on all technical queries relating to process engineering
Participate in all project safety and design reviews as necessary
Ensure that all work is completed without compromise to quality and is delivered according to the project schedule
Liaise with the customers Engineering, Operations and Maintenance staff as required to ensure a consistent approach to project completion
Always promote safe behaviour
Skills / Qualifications
Engineering Degree qualification
Minimum of 20 years experience in the oil and gas industries
Previous onshore brownfield experience
Previous experience operating at Lead Process Engineer level
Previous Middle East experience is preferred
Demonstrated significant experience working as a process technical authority
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