Job description / Role
- Implementing the quality management standards and practices in accordance with OLNG policies for Major Projects and conducting quality audits to ensure compliance to quality systems. Driving continuous improvement programs to improve quality, control costs and maintain reliability.
- Support the Engineering Quality Manager to formulate and integrate QA/QC strategies with the company’s overall strategic plans to ensure alignment of organizational goals, values and resources.
- Conduct audits on maintenance and engineering processes, operational excellence functions, non-compliance investigations, analysis and design corrective action for learning processes and business improvement.
- Implement all Quality functions in accordance with ISO 14001 requirements.
- Provide quality systems direction for the OLNG manufacturing plant, whilst providing assurance in analysing and solving complex quality and reliability problems.
- Establish engineering department quality objectives and goals, and effectively interact with engineering teams to understand and communicate quality deliverables and ensure delivery of quality requirements.
- Maintain and report complex reliability, and using RRM to facilitate the implementation of the plant reliability management systems within maintenance, engineering, operations and technology departments.
- Maintain, and leverage value from the OLNG computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) for tracking maintenance history and reliability of plant equipment.
- Analyse operational data and equipment performance history to deliver improvements in critical maintenance related metrics including: unplanned downtime, PM compliance, schedule compliance, Mean-Time-Between-Failures, and maintenance related costs.
- Drive the implementation of reliability and continuous improvement programs in areas of incident investigations.
- Assist Plant Manager with development of plans and resource requirements for OLNG initiatives. Act as gatekeeper for resources within plant functions by maintaining the Business Initiatives Register.
- Promote cost reduction and productivity enhancing initiatives
- Coordinate with discipline managers to ensure the projects are adequately manned with Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) personnel.
- Carry out annual trend analysis of audit findings and utilising the findings communicate to all concerned parties the corrective action plans.
- Coordinate and follow up with Auditees to establish if corrective and preventive actions are being implemented and maintained.
- Minimum BSc in a related Engineering or Technology Science.
- Minimum 8 years of experience in chemical, refinery or gas industry in an engineering or manufacturing role.
- Extensive knowledge of RCM development and implementation
- Strong understanding of RCA and Application of defect elimination processes and ability to manage reliability and integrity incidents in accordance with the defect elimination process procedure
- Extensive exposure in Benchmarking and creating Key Performance Indicators
- Ability to establish and implement the Performance Management System in line with changing business requirements
- Proven track record in Change Management.
About the Company
Oman LNG LLC is a joint venture company which brings together the best possible mix of assets and skills from all over the world for the mutual benefit of Oman and the company’s shareholders.
Ownership is divided between the Government of the Sultanate of Oman (51%), Royal Dutch/Shell Group (30%), Total (5.54%), KOLNG (5%), Partex (2%), Mitsubishi (2.77%), Mitsui (2.77%) and Itochu (0.92%).
Established by a Royal Decree in 1994, Oman LNG LLC produces and sells Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and by-product Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs).
The company undertakes activities necessary to liquefy, store, transport and market Oman’s natural gas and to deliver LNG to international customers. Currently, the extent of the Company’s operations is a three-train liquefaction plant with a nameplate capacity of 10.4 mtpa at Qalhat, near the town of Sur in the Sharqiyah Governorate, Oman.
Sur, like various other key regions of the Sultanate, was deemed by His Majesty as a target for economic redevelopment, not just because of its natural assets such as a deep natural harbour but to revive what was once a thriving port with a bustling maritime economy.