Electrical Team Leader / Electrical Supervisor / Electrical Superintendent


Last Updated: 28th November 2017 (over 5 years ago)

Address
TAMAN', Russian Federation

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Age Range
45 to 54

Qualification Level
Masters

Languages
English, Russian

Summary

Electrical Engineer by education, having 24 years experience in construction, pre-commissioning/commissioning, start up, maintenance related to E&I, automation in Oil & Gas, Energy, Mining, Water Treatment, Utilities & Marine industries. My professional experience allows me to possess excellent problem solving abilities within all aspects of installation, commissioning, troubleshooting, and maintenance. Strong team player, organized, dedicated, punctual and hardworking person, continue to be interested in professional and personal development. Have a proven sense of responsibility and a talent for management, rigorous and methodical in approach to operation, ability a work independently while maintaining good relations with colleagues and others, showing common sense, able to anticipate and analyze.

Education

KMTU
Electrical engineer

   Sep 1984
— Jul 1992

Master degree in Electrical, electronic Engineering.

Experience

The Boston Consulting Group / Anotech Energy.
Electrical Commissioning Lead

   Aug 2017
— Current

• Provide consultancy in commissioning processes of electrical discipline.
• Review of the project documentation and the construction schedule for electrical discipline.
• Review of the plan for commissioning of electrical systems.
• Verify potential risk on project completion of electrical discipline under existing project schedule.

Dietsmann Maintaining Energy
Electrical engineer advisor

   Dec 2015
— Apr 2016

Responsibilities and Duties: included giving required assistance the electrical maintenance and operations team while carrying out major maintenance activities of the various electrical equipments. Performing the works as directed, with particular emphasis on Safety, Efficiency and Quality. Hazardous area classification. Work with the construction, commissioning, operations, and maintenance teams to increase and maintain the overall performance and reliability of the company facilities. Coordinate and participate in facility projects for inspection and installation of new equipment. Conduct field surveys. Provide technical support for all on-site electrical equipment. Investigate the client's complaints, determine nature and extent of problem, and recommend remedial measures. Work with various internal teams to develop key solutions and practices to improve overall facilities efficiency. Supervise and coach / mentor local workforce. Work to and stay up to date with electrical codes and standards. Inspect completed installations and observe operations, to ensure conformance to design and equipment specifications and compliance with operational and safety standards. Making sure projects meet electrical and O&M safety regulations. Raise and coordinate PTW and preparation of JSA. Duties also covered analysis of the equipments failure and history, preparation of purchase requisitions for the 2 years spare parts, updating the Maintenance work instruction when required and prepare of maintenance checklist, defining and purchasing the required electrical tools and special measurement and logging devices, following up the permit to work system and isolation activities. Overseeing inspection and maintenance programs. Attending meetings. Writing up comprehensive management reports.

Wood Group PSN
CONTRACT SITE REPRESENTATIVE (CSR).

   Mar 2015
— Dec 2015

Operations:
Working closely with COMPANY's site maintenance & inspection superintendents, Production, Logistic. Advises COMPANY's superintendent on monthly and annual planning.
Distributes the daily activity to the supervisors as prepared by the planning team.
Co - ordinates the maintenance operations.
Checks and validates technical reports.
Prepares maintenance reports.
Informs the persons concerned, by appropriate reporting, on the progress of maintenance operations and, if necessary, of difficulties encountered.
Takes part in different daily, weekly and site co-ordination meetings.
Methods:
Ensures the appropriateness of the maintenance procedures and tools employed by crews and, if necessary, suggests improvements to Client COMPANY's maintenance superintendent.
Ensures co-ordination between maintenance operations and Production, Logistic, Operation, Inspection teams.
Keeps an up-to-date list of work that cannot be performed except during inspections of machines or Shutdowns.
Promotes and proposes modifications and improvements.
Suggests corrective measures to COMPANY if this backlog threatens to become unmanageable.
Maintains a permanent anticipation on the potential problems that could occur in the production plant in close relationship with other sections, in order to prevent non-productive or non-efficient operations.
Team Leading:
Responsible for the teams on site, particularly:
Ensures the correct behavior of his teams in accordance with the general safety regulations of the subsidiary and, if need be, takes the necessary corrective measures.
With the assistance of CONTRACTOR base support, organizes the rotation schedules of his teams (administrative and logistical requirements, crew changes, etc.)
Identifies the training needs of the teams and makes training requests as appropriate. Constantly checks the validity of individual certifications required by the PERSONNEL of CONTRACTOR.
Manages the Nationalization plan and proposes all necessary adjustments.
Purpose:
Technical representative of CONTRACTOR on site.
HSE management representative for CONTRACTOR activities.
Responsible for the on-site management of CONTRACTOR's O&M teams (administrative, operational, coordination, professional).
Under the authority of Client COMPANY Maintenance/Inspection Superintendent, organizes and plans maintenance operations on site, whether these are carried out by own teams or by outside teams.
Guarantees that the HSE rules and operating procedures in force in COMPANY are respected, as well as the regulations in force in CONTRACTOR's QNQC handbook.

Dietsmann Maintaining Energy
Electrical Team Leader

   Aug 2011
— Dec 2014

Responsible for prioritising actions and monitoring team resource so that deadlines are met.
Duties: Direct team of up to 30 E & I staff members in the support, enhancement, and upgrade of systems. Monitor systems performance to ensure optimal operability. Carrying out daily site inspections. Work planning on the SAP R/3 CMMS. Supervise the performance of corrective maintenance (CM) and preventive maintenance (PM) tasks of electrical equipment. Verifying that work orders are completed accurately. Making sure all tasks given to staff are done on time and to the required standard. Gather requirements and specifications, estimate resource use, and create schedules / critical path milestones. Review, approval the Permit to Work (PTW), Method statements & relevant documents, certificates such as ICC, DFT, HVSFT, EWC, LOA. Allocating daily jobs and workloads. Coaching and developing the team. Training up new members of the team. Acting as a resource for other staff members. Managing team performance and progress. Enforcing all company approved policies and procedures. Constantly looking for ways to improve processes. Monitoring the performance of junior staff. Completing team-related paperwork. Implementing new initiatives and making sure all staff understand them. Taking action to correct staff shortcomings. Managing and monitoring staff attendance. Giving prompt and accurate information on individual staff member performance. Resolving any salary or overtime disputes. Controlling team budgets and expenses. Coordinating, attending and leading team meetings. Ensuring a clean, safe and friendly working environment. Communicating on a regular basis with senior managers. Reporting to senior managers. Suggest of improvements for increased efficiency and productivity. Assist in Vendor activities. Assist in the process of commissioning related to electrical, instrumentation and automation equipment. Assist in the performing the SAT test for E & I equipment. Working with all types of electrical diagrams, DRW's, P&ID, loop hook-up diagrams, cable schedule, instruments layout, manuals, etc. Diagnose, troubleshoot power system abnormalities. Controlling the testing, repair and maintenance complex electrical equipment in assigned area. The Involved equipment included: PGP equipment such as 4 x Roll-Royce RB211 Gas Turbine Packages, generators AMS 1120LK, 22 MW, 10 KV ( ABB Automation Technology), exciters and control units, Substation's electrical equipment, transformers 35/10 KV, 10/0.72KV, 10/0.42KV, LVSWGR, HVSWGR, AC/DC UPS, LV/HV motors & control circuits, Variable Speed Drive, electrical submersible pumps (ESP), electrical protection systems, process lighting, street lighting, emergency generators, emergency lighting distribution boards and electric heat tracing, etc. HVAC systems troubleshooting.

Dietsmann Maintaining Energy
E&I Supervisor

   Sep 2009
— Aug 2011

Responsible for supervising the work of a team of electricians and instrumentation technicians by providing daily direction to them and assigning work priorities. Leading the routine maintenance, repair and installation of electrical and instrumentation equipment.
Duties: Providing supervision on the field and workshop. Carrying out daily site inspections. Work planning on the SAP R/3 CMMS. Supervise the performance of corrective maintenance (CM) and preventive maintenance (PM) tasks of electrical equipment. Assist in scope of work preparation. Co-ordinating the electrical works schedule. Adjusting work schedules to accommodate urgently required work and follows up receipt of work orders upon completion of repairs procedures. Verifying that work orders are completed accurately. Monitoring the quality of work through procedures and in compliance with the project HSE rules and local legislation. Review, approval the Permit to Work (PTW), Method statements & relevant documents, certificates such as ICC, DFT, HVSFT, EWC, LOA. Writing up and submitting daily activity reports to the Project Coordinator. Writing up comprehensive management reports. Liaising with third party contractors. Suggest of improvements for increased efficiency and productivity. Assist in Vendor activities. Assist in the process of commissioning related to electrical, instrumentation and automation equipment. Performing the SAT test for E & I equipment. Working with all types of electrical diagrams, DRW's, P&ID, loop hook-up diagrams, cable schedule and instruments layout, manuals, etc. Diagnose, troubleshoot power system abnormalities. Testing, repair and maintenance complex electrical equipment in assigned field. The Involved equipment included: PGP equipment such as 4 x Roll-Royce RB211 Gas Turbine Packages, generators AMS 1120LK, 22 MW, 10 KV ( ABB Automation Technology), exciters and control units, Substation's electrical equipment, transformers 35/10 KV, 10/0.72KV, 10/0.42KV, LVSWGR, HVSWGR, AC/DC UPS, LV/HV motors & control circuits, Variable Speed Drive, electrical submersible pumps (ESP), electrical protection systems, process lighting, street lighting, emergency generators, emergency lighting distribution boards and electric heat tracing. HVAC systems troubleshooting. Responsible for Fire Water System (regarding Electrical & Instrumentation), and Heat Tracing Systems for all Utility Area.

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