Commissioning preparation phase: − Lead Mechanical Commissioning Engineer is in charge of the the definition of mechanical precommissioning and commissioning scope within the sub-systems. − He will follow up and intervene in contractor’s preparation for pre-commissioning and commissioning scope for both onshore and offshore related to all rotating and mechanical equipment. − He will participate in review contractors system commissioning procedures and Operational Test Procedures. − He will review for approval of contractor’s pre-commissioning and commissioning dossiers. − He will review the Contractors schedule, and execution plans. − He will identify and address all interface issues with other disciplines with respect to the mechanical commissioning activities. Commissioning Execution Phase − Lead Mechanical Commissioning Engineer will organize, prepare and supervise the safe execution of the commissioning activities. − He will participate in witnessing contractor’s performance of pre-commissioning to achieve mechanical Completion on a sub-system basis. − He will witness contractor’s performance of commissioning execution to achieve RFSU on system and subsystem basis for all rotating and mechanical equipment. − He will participate in follow-up of contractor’s punch list activities and control of punch list items including
Qualification: Appropriate mechanical engineering qualification. Professional experiences: Good knowledge of mechanical systems, Proven experience in pre-commissioning and commissioning of mechanical equipment and major rotating machineries such gas turbines, centrifugal compressors and high pressure pumps. Candidate must be able to demonstrate that he worked in a similar position in another Total project and been able to provide positive recommendation from that specific project. Perfect knowledge of the commissioning procedures, developing network planning, coordinating integrated plan.