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Minimum 5 years in the following:
1. Supervision and quality Control of Infrastructure Project, Constriction of Public facilities and housing units consist of Medium and low voltage transmission & distribution, street lighting, CATV & Telecommunication network, Irrigation Controls etc.
2. Knowledge in Audio/Video equipment, Fire detection & Fire Protection systems, Air conditioning equipment, Cooling Load Calculations and Illumination.
3. Preparation of BOQ and estimation.
4. Preparation of Technical specifications and bid packages, bidding and dib evaluations.
Educational Requirements or Equivalent: BS Degree in Electrical Engineering
Specialized Knowledge: Electrical design (H.V/L.V) distribution and House Construction.
Previous Experience Required: 8-10 years with minimum (4) four years on-site Supervisory experience in large scale residential building construction, H.V/L.V distribution and tendering.
Working Knowledge to be Acquired on the job: Installation, Testing and Commissioning of HV/LV distribution system and electrical installation work in house construction.
About the Company
SAMREF is an equally owned joint venture between Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) and Mobil Yanbu Refining Company Inc. (a wholly owned subsidiary of Exxon Mobil Corporation).
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco) is the worlds largest oil producing and exporting company and was established by Royal Decree in 1988 to assume the responsibilities of its predecessor, Aramco that has a history dating back more than 70 years.
Exxon Mobil Corporation is a global energy company with a history dating back more than 132 years and which conducts business in 140 countries on every continent throughout the world.
SAMREF is a complex refinery which was formed for the development, construction, ownership and operation of crude oil refining facilities in Yanbu, Saudi Arabia. Following the construction and start-up of the facilities, it commenced operations on November 15, 1984.