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Hi ,

I was wondering if anyone knows anyone interested in the following roles

Key criteria is you must have a current working visa for Libya that allows you to work for any Employer in Libya

Below the summary of the roles and some detailed specifications. What we really need is people with Diesel Engines experience

Positions 2X P&W FT8 Mobile Pac 100MW mix CAT Protected content MTU Protected content Gens 4X GE TM Protected content 2X GE TM Protected content RO water injection 4X P&W FT8 Mobile Pac & RO water injection 100MW CAT Protected content Gens
Turbine Mechanical Tech 2 2 2 2
Turbine Instrumentation/controls Tech 2 2 2 2
Shift Manager 2 Protected content Protected content Protected content Protected content Protected content
Diesel gen Operators/Maint helpers - Protected content - - - Protected content
DG Mechanical Techs - Protected content - - - Protected content
DG Electrical Techs - Protected content - - - Protected content
Administrator - Protected content Protected content - Protected content Protected content
Fuel Tenders - Protected content - - - Protected content
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VACANCY 1:

Protected content . Protected content DESCRIPTION
The Electrical Technician will be responsible for repair and maintenance of power generating modules and controls in a power generation plant setting. This individual will work closely with the Maintenance Manager on site as well as other Mechanical and Electrical Technicians to ensure all assets are properly operated and maintained at all times.

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The Electrical Technician will have involvement in the following areas of responsibility:
1. Protected content for all maintenance activities of main engines and its auxiliary equipment.
2. Protected content to job orders as requested.
3. Protected content with operations during test run, commissioning and repair of main engine and auxiliaries.
Assists for all preventive and corrective maintenance activities of Engine – Generator sets.
Assists in the inspection, testing, troubleshooting, and rectification of mechanical system of Engine- Generator set.
Assists in the reconditioning and rehabilitation of mechanical equipment and components.
4. Protected content and rehabilitate main engine components and auxiliary equipment.
Responsible for the maintenance of plant mechanical auxiliary equipment such as: compressor, fuel receiving and transfer pumps assembly, welding machines, pressure washers, and battery chargers.
Perform minor repairs on the engine components, when needed.
Perform maintenance on the machines, power lines, transformers, distribution lines, etc.
5. Protected content for all maintenance activities of all low voltage equipment.
6. Protected content inspection, testing, troubleshooting, and rectification of trouble of all electrical controls and equipment.
7. Protected content for the maintenance and upkeep of low-voltage switchgears.
8. Protected content for the maintenance and upkeep of all alternators.
9. Protected content for the maintenance and upkeep of all electrical motors and controls.
10. Conduct reconditioning and rehabilitation of electrical equipment and components.
11. Assist Maintenance Technician in reconditioning, rehabilitation and other projects.
12. Conduct test and commissioning of motor and other electrical equipment in coordination with operations.
13. Assist the Maintenance Manager in the estimation and execution of electrical project for the power plant as directed.
14. Assist in the implementation of company policies, SOPs, safety procedures, good housekeeping, energy conservation guidelines and environmental regulations.
15. Assist in the implementation of quality and productivity initiatives.
16. Perform other duties that may be assigned by superior.
17. Computer based diagnostic tools
Protected content Technician for CAT units.
Protected content software for DEIF controllers.
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18. Assist Maintenance Manager for warranty tracking and core returns

III. Protected content WORKING CONDITIONS
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Protected content in an industrial plant setting

PERSON PROFILE
Protected content . Protected content EDUCATIONAL AND/ OR TRAINING QUALIFICATIONS & CERTIFICATES
 Graduate of Engineering, or Auto-Electrical Engineering, or Electrical Technology, etc.
 3 years technical school- theory and on the job training required for a Trainee position
 3 years technical school and 5 years’ experience in similar type of work for a Technician position
 3 years technical school and 10 years’ experience in a similar industry of which 3 years should be in a power plant setting for Lead position
 Other applicable certificates and/or experience will be evaluated

Protected content . Protected content EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE / FUNCTIONAL SKILLS
 Fluency in English language
 Certified Electrician preferred
 Experience dealing with medium or high voltage
 Computer literacy (Basic Microsoft Office)
 Basic communication skills


VACANCY 2:

IV. Protected content DESCRIPTION
The Mechanical Technician will be responsible for engine repair and maintenance of diesel gas reciprocating engines in a power generation plant setting. This individual will work closely with the Maintenance Manager on site as well as other Mechanical and Electrical Technicians to ensure all assets are properly operated and maintained at all times.

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The Mechanical Technician will have involvement in the following areas of responsibility:
1. Protected content for all maintenance activities of main engines and its auxiliary equipment.
2. Protected content to job orders as requested.
3. Protected content with operations during test run, commissioning and repair of main engine and auxiliaries.
Assists for all preventive and corrective maintenance activities of Engine – Generator sets.
Assists in the inspection, testing, troubleshooting, and rectification of mechanical system of Engine- Generator set.
Assists in the reconditioning and rehabilitation of mechanical equipment and components.
4. Protected content and rehabilitate main engine components and auxiliary equipment.
Responsible for the maintenance of plant mechanical auxiliary equipment such as: compressor, fuel receiving and transfer pumps assembly, welding machines, and pressure washers.
Perform minor repairs on the engine components, when needed.
5. Protected content with Electrical Technicians in rehabilitation works and other projects.
Assist in the estimation and execution of mechanical project for the power plant as directed.
6. Protected content with company policies, safety and security rules and code of conduct.
1. Protected content for maintaining full awareness of power plant safety.
7. Protected content in the implementation of company policies, SOPs, safety procedures, good housekeeping, Protected content conservation guidelines and environmental regulations.
8. Protected content in the implementation of quality and productivity initiatives.
9. Protected content other duties that may be assigned by Maintenance Manager.
10. Overlook all mechanical maintenance activates of the plant. Awareness and capability of followings:
 Repair/troubleshooting of CAT Engines.
 Repair/troubleshooting of MTU Protected content Protected content engines.
 Repair/troubleshooting of Cummins engines.
 Perform routine service / repairs / top ends & major overhauls of CAT engines.
 Perform routine service / repairs / Protected content service / Protected content service & major overhauls of MTU engines.
 Valve lash and injector inspection and/or adjustment, removal and re-installation of cylinder head, liner pack, water pump, turbo.
 OEM parts repair capability and troubleshooting.
 Computer based diagnostic tools
Protected content Technician for CAT units.
Protected content software for DIEF controllers.
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11. Review all PM Reports:
Protected content for the maintenance reports for MP5 – these are reviewed by the supervisor.
Protected content for the maintenance repair reports.
12. Check / monitor all auxiliary equipment and tools related to the plant.
13. Check / monitor work shop facilities.
• Responsible for all of the tools and maintaining of the facilities.
14. Responsible for reviewing parts inventory.
15. Assist Maintenance Manager with warranty tracking and core returns.

VI. Protected content WORKING CONDITIONS
Protected content weather conditions
Protected content in an industrial plant setting

PERSON PROFILE
III. Protected content EDUCATIONAL AND/ OR TRAINING QUALIFICATIONS & CERTIFICATES
 Graduate of Mechanical Engineering Technology, or Automotive Engineering Technology, or equivalent from a recognized institution.
 3 years technical school- theory and on the job training required for a Trainee position
 3 years technical school and 5 years’ experience in similar type of work for a Technician position
 3 years technical school and 10 years’ experience in a similar industry of which 3 years should be in a power plant setting for Lead position
 Other applicable certificates and/or experience will be evaluated

IV. Protected content EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE / FUNCTIONAL SKILLS
 Fluency in English language
 Computer literacy (Basic Microsoft Office)
 Basic communication skills

VACANCY 3:
SHIFT MANAGER

REPOSINBILITIES AND AUTHORITIES
 Responsible for the efficient management of shift operation activities that will ensure the delivery of reliable power to the customers in accordance to the load dispatch and contract requirements.
 Responsible for maintaining the availability and the capacity to maintain the contract requirements of the plant performance.
 Responsible for the operation of the power plant and in charge when the Plant Manager is not present at the site. Assigned to care for the entire plant, this is not limited to just the equipment.
 Responsible for the operation of the power plant and is the Chief at the plant during their particular shift.
 Has the authority to verify and recommend solutions for the effective implementation of EHS management systems, to correct and/or prevent any non-conformity to the plant operation.
 Responsibilities consist of supervising, running and coordinating the plant operation in the most efficient way with regards to the Customer Contract Obligation.
 Has the authority to identify and record any problems relating to the plant output, process and EHS conformance; and initiate, recommend or provide solutions to non-conformance through designated channels.
 Responsible for the generation of any necessary reporting that gets requested by the customer and/or Corporate Office.

MAJOR PROCESS
 Planning of power plant operations.
 Operation of the power plant.
 Coordination with customer on plant loading, fuel management and plant testing
 Leading and controlling all activities at the power plant.
 Coordination with suppliers.

INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL CUSTOMERS
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2. Protected content Departments
3. Protected content Corporation of the plant country
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DETAILED FUNCTIONS
7. Protected content and coordinate the various processes in power generation during the shift such as; delivery of quality product and service to the customer, operation of the diesel generator sets, etc.
1. Protected content with customer on fuel management, plant testing and plant loading.
2. Protected content to it that Plant availability is maintained or near acceptable percentage, do necessary actions and or follow ups to other department or section to make it happen.
3. Protected content to it that the plant is operating according to what is stipulated in the signed contract.
4. Protected content daily Plant Dispatch as required by customer dispatcher.
5. Protected content command and control of machines scheduled for operation and maintenance to meet dispatch requirement by the customer.
6. Prepare parallel computation on heat rate and capacity test.
7. Protected content for the plant operations.
Shift Manager is the Chief at the plant during their particular shift.
8. Protected content and update operation plan with the Plant Manager.
1. Protected content for the smooth and continuous operation of the Plant in his shift assignment.
2. Protected content the Plant Manager in implementing company policies, SOPs, safety procedures, good housekeeping, energy conservation guidelines and environmental regulations.
3. Protected content the Plant Manager in the implementation of quality and productivity initiatives in his department.
4. Protected content as an Executive Officer of the power plant in the absence of the Plant Manager.
9. Protected content light fuel/lube oil analysis results against Light Fuel/Lube Oil Standards.
1. Protected content non-conformance found in the analysis of light fuel/lube oil and the corrective actions taken.
10. Implement corrective and preventive action if there are any non-conformances in the power generation process.
11. Prepare and review daily and weekly reports.
1. Protected content daily and assist in weekly operational reports and coordination with the customer and head office.
2. Protected content causes of Operations’ non-conformances and recommend Ensure the accuracy of the data calculated into various information for plant report for Management corrective actions.
3. Protected content and submit Monthly Billing Invoice to customer.
4. Protected content in the preparation of Plant Annual budget.
5. Prepare Operations Plan (Diesel Generator Units Operating Schedule).
6. Prepare, monitor and control operations budget in order to ensure cost effectiveness.
7. Undertake monthly operations performance review.
12. Document actions, concessions, and instruction of non-conforming output.
13. Check equipment readiness with Maintenance Supervisor.
14. Plan and implement daily operation activities.
1. Conduct a regular technical evaluation of Power Plant operation.
15. Prepare, monitor and control operations budget in order to ensure cost effectiveness.
16. Develop operations SOPs.
1. Implementing company policies, SOPs, safety procedures, good housekeeping, energy conservation guidelines and environmental regulations.
2. Plan energy conservation program that are controlled by operation. Monitor in-house energy used during operation and shutdown.
3. Protected content to it that Plant Safety is in place and in Practice at all times.
4. Protected content Plan and Execute Operations and Maintenance jobs and sees to it that they all comply with acceptable standards and safety.
17. Coordinate with Plant Manager on shifting and change schedule of operations personnel.
1. Protected content for operations resources management.
2. Protected content with other departments on operations requirements.
3. Protected content operations activity with other operations personnel.
4. Protected content technical training/seminar and meetings for operations personnel.
5. Protected content proper use and availability of PPE’s to all operations personnel.
18. Responsible for operations by-product waste management.
19. Coordinate with Maintenance Supervisor on maintenance servicing, overhauls and test/commission activities.
20. Conduct periodic implementation of all EHS identified drills related to emergency preparedness procedure.
1. Protected content and implement corrective and preventive action to EHS target non-conformances.
21. Plan energy conservation program that are controlled by operation. Monitor in-house energy used during operation and shutdown.
22. Ensure implementation of lock out/tag outs and hot work permit on all plant activities that require such documentation.
23. Comply with company policies, safety and security rules and code of conduct.
24. Perform other duties that may be assigned by his superior, from time to time.

QUALIFICATION GUIDE
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 BSEE/BSME Graduate
 Engineer = Electrical or Mechanical or Combination of Mechanical & Electrical (some countries there is a degree option that combines both)

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 Licensed Electrical/Mechanical Engineer

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 At least five Protected content experience in a supervisory function in Diesel Power Plant Operation.
 What is the min. work experience needed for a SM:
Protected content . Protected content years experience working in a Power Plant, preferably in a Fuel Oil Power Generating Plant, other type of Power Generating Plant can also be considered.

 What is the operational experience a SM should have:
Protected content . Protected content have basic knowledge of Diesel Power Generating Sets and its Auxiliaries, must be able to anticipate
Protected content . Protected content requirement based on actual Electrical Monitoring Readings in the Control Room.
Protected content . Protected content know what are the different departments in a Power Plant, and its functions in regards to the support of Plant Operations.


 What is the Control room knowledge a SM should have:
Protected content . Protected content have a sense of Urgency towards Company Goal with regards to Customer Contract of Maintaining Contracted Availability at all Times while having great Consideration on Personnel Safety, Asset Protection and Savings of Company Resources such as Consumables.
Protected content . Protected content least also possess the ability in Scheduling Gen-sets for Preventive Maintenance in the right Time while maintaining required Capacity by the Customer.
Protected content . Protected content have Basic knowledge on Electrical Readings such as kW, kWh, kVAR, kVA, Power Factor, Frequency Hz, Amperage, and Voltage.
Protected content . Protected content know how to adapt to a different Situation regarding Plant Operation but under any circumstances bounded with in Customer Contract.
Protected content . Protected content at least know the Electrical Protections in a Power Plant with regards to Customer Electrical Connection.

 What is the electrical and mechanical knowledge a SM should have:
Protected content . Protected content Have Basic Knowledge of Diesel Engines, Fuel Storage and Handling including Plant Piping, High and Low Voltage Power Distribution.
Protected content . Protected content at least be able to understand Gen-set Controller Operations at Site.
Protected content . Protected content least should know what the Functions of each Electrical and Mechanical Equipment are in a Power Plant.
Protected content . Protected content at least know how to read an Electrical single-line diagram.

 What are the basic tasks that a SM performs on a daily basis:
Protected content . Protected content Plant Operation in the most efficient way with regards to Customer Contract Obligation such as Fuel Receiving, Gen-set Dispatching, Scheduling of Gen-set Preventive Maintenance.
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 Excellent in English Language, both Oral and Written.
 Must have knowledge of Microsoft Office.
 At least have a minimum knowledge of Power Plant Safety, such as PPE.

SUGGESTIONS/COMMENTS
Protected content . Protected content Shift Managers are considered the true managers.
Protected content . Protected content are 24/7 at the plant and should be considered in charge of the plant when Plant Manager is not present.
Protected content . Protected content Room is very Shift Manager they are usually stationed.
Protected content . Protected content Manager should not be Technician but an Engineer.
Protected content . Protected content number of Shift Managers (Leaders) at the site is a minimum of four (4).


Best regards,

Frank

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