Company: Saudi Aramco
Skills: Mechanical Engineering, Rotating Equipment
Experience: 15 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Dhahran, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
No location/work authorization restrictions found.


Req Number: 17986BR

Position Description:
When you're not bringing your knowledge and consulting expertise to some of the energy industry's biggest and most technically advanced projects, you'll discover there are plenty of other things to keep you occupied at Saudi Aramco.

As a global leader in the energy industry that's now expanding into petrochemicals and downstream, we have the resources to cater to your every need. So whether you want to progress your career on complex and varied projects, or explore a wealth of leisure activities outside of work - on your own, with colleagues or family - at Saudi Aramco, you can do it all.

Saudi Aramco is seeking a Gas Turbine Engineer to work within the Consulting Services Department (CSD). CSD provides Saudi Aramco with effective specialized engineering consultations, introduces viable technologies and maintains quality standards. The Gas Turbines engineering group of CSD is responsible for providing technical support to plant operations, new projects activities, standardization, purchasing, manufacturing, and maintaining company standards up to date on issues related to Gas Turbines.

Minimum Requirements:
You will have a minimum of a 20 years job related experience with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering or 15 years job related experience with MSc in Mechanical Engineering.

You will be required to have a detailed knowledge of international codes and API standards is required to support the review of company standards, project reviews, and implementation of plant modifications to gas turbine.

Experience in solving large gas turbine's mechanical failures is required. Experience in a Reliability Unit, handling rotating equipment for an industrial plant is desirable.

Duties & Responsibilities:
Act as the company's specialist in the company dealing with other Saudi Aramco departments, Saudi Arabian government agencies, other companies and universities involved in gas turbine issues.

Provide capital and operations program leadership by providing a recommendation for the selection and testing of gas turbines. Perform detailed analysis to resolve complex technical problems, increase revenue, improve reliability, optimize processes, protect the environment or improve safety.

Act as a principal investigator in multidisciplinary investigations of major incidents. Conduct root cause analysis (RCA) as certified facilitator to resolve specific equipment failures.

Develop and maintain Saudi Aramco's engineering standards and design best practices to enhance company profitability, safety and productivity.

Evaluate and introduce best practice and emerging technologies from all over the world to help the company achieve best-in-class positions in the oil business.

About us:
The Engineering & Project Management (E&PM) business line studies, plans and oversees the construction of the Company's new facilities, including some of the biggest and most complex projects in the petroleum industry. Recently, Saudi Aramco completed the largest capital program in its history that included new or expanded oil, gas and petrochemical facilities, raising maximum sustainable crude oil production capacity to 12 million barrels per day and significantly increasing gas production and processing capacities. Among the recently completed projects was the largest crude oil increment in the history of the industry: Khurais, with a production capacity of 1.2 million barrels per day. More challenges lie ahead, with a slate of new or expanded oil, gas, refining and petrochemical projects in the works. E&PM also manages the Company's Research & Development Center where scientists investigate topics such as the desulfurization of crude oil, advanced fuel formulations for next generation combustion engines, and reservoir nano-scale robots (Resbots™) for injection into reservoirs to record their properties.