Accepts shift from off-going Senior Operator with detailed log sheet of operational adjustments and changes during previous shift and hands over job and completed own log sheet in an orderly and efficient manner to incoming Senior Operator.
Operates electronic, computerized, sophisticated and critical instruments on plant control panel governing the operation of highly complicated process and non-process operating units, such as Catalytic Reformer, high pressure steam boilers, marine terminal loading operations and gas receipt stations.
Constantly monitors control panel, diagnoses abnormal situations, initiates operational adjustments and maintains a continuous check on the operating plants. Takes reading of essential instruments to ensure that equipment is operated within the specified parameters and limits. Records and reports serious operational deviations to the supervisor and takes immediate remedial corrective actions. Implements the emergency procedures as dictated by the circumstances.
Keenly reviews and analyses outside log sheet readings at regular intervals with control room instrumentation to make sure they correlate. Verifies correct operations of rotary and stationary plant equipment.
Reviews laboratory results and makes the necessary fine-tuning of the control panel instruments to ensure that products meet the specified quantities and qualities. Keeps the Shift Supervisor fully advised on all related aspects and obtains guidance when necessary.
Controls operating plant start-ups, shutdowns and emergencies. Includes controlling the alterations of speeds, temperatures, pressures and flow rates as necessary.
Attends the departmental safety, health and good housekeeping meetings. Participates in plant inspection tours, and takes active participation in implementing company policies of safety, health, and loss prevention and quality management.
Discusses all accidents, incidents and near misses with shift supervisor and fellow operators in order to avoid recurrence.
Observes all safety, fire and security rules and regulations, including the use of protective clothing and equipment, and ensures all personnel working in his area comply with safety procedures. Ensures the maintenance of assigned area in a clean and tidy condition.
Performs other similar or related duties, as assigned including training fellow operators, completing log book, conveying messages/instructions to operators for operational adjustments, etc. Works with advanced system Advanced Process Control (APC) system and monitoring the advanced operational system.
Qualifications, Skills and Experience:
The applicant should have completed Technical Secondary (12 years) education followed by 2 years full time training leading to a Diploma in a technical trade.
Candidate should have experience in Delayed Coker Unit
Five to six years of experience in plant operations in an oil/gas or petrochemical industry.
Al Nahiya Group was founded in 1981 in Abu Dhabi as a National Establishment licensed in Manpower, Company Representation and Administration Consultancy and Training. Al Nahiya Group employs and recruits both Nationals and Expatriates of all disciplines for the Onshore and Offshore Oil & Gas sectors, related industries and infrastructure markets. We are rightly proud of our reputation as a dedicated supplier of the highest caliber personnel and we are fully committed to supporting our Clients in the region. We are ISO 9001 certified and believe in Total Quality Management (TQM) at every stage of our business processes. Al Nahiya Administration Consultancy and Training provides a wide range of training and development programs to meet the growing needs of the local workforce. Al Nahiya Representation Company provides international companies a platform in the United Arab Emirates.