•Timely completion of diagnostic reports, lube oil packages, and other administrative requirements.
•Highlights areas of concern and recommends immediate corrective action, where possible, to improve operation life of equipment.
•Maintain a full records system of condition monitoring work
•Minimum of 4+ years maintenance and/ or machinery diagnostics experience in LNG, refining or other sophisticated hydrocarbon-processing environment.
•Able to demonstrate predictive maintenance diagnostics skills using various tools and various diagnostic techniques, such vibration, thermography and lube oil analysis.
•Computer literate with knowledge of SAP and commonly used business software applications.
Higher National Certificate or Diploma [HNC or HND] or equivalent.
- Job Location:
- Company Industry:
- Oil/Gas; Technical/Maintenance
- Company Type:
- Employer (Private Sector)
- Job Role:
- Support Services
- Employment Status:
- Full time
- Employment Type:
- Monthly Salary Range:
- Number of Vacancies:
- Career Level:
- Mid Career
- Years of Experience:
- Min: 5 Max: 20
- Residence Location:
- Certification / diploma
About This Company
RasGas Company Limited (RasGas) is one of the world’s premier integrated liquefied natural gas (LNG) enterprises and has an enviable reputation for being a safe and reliable supplier of LNG that has transformed a regional resource into a key component of the global energy mix. Since its creation in 1993, RasGas has developed world-class facilities for the extraction, storage, processing and export of LNG, and has entered into long-term agreements to supply LNG to customers in Korea, India, Italy, Spain, Belgium, Taiwan, and the United States of America. In a relatively short period of time, RasGas has emerged as a leading player in the global natural gas industry, supplying and delivering LNG to an international portfolio of customers, with a fleet of long-term chartered LNG tankers and initiating technology-led projects such as the production and sale of helium. The significance of Qatar’s energy resources and of the part played by RasGas in extracting and distributing those resources continues to grow. In 2010 RasGas’ seventh LNG train came online, boosting the overall LNG production capacity of RasGas to approximately 36.3 million tonnes of LNG per annum (Mta).