Electrical Engineering Advisor


Yuzhno-Sakhalin, SAK, RU

Company:  ExxonMobil

Job Role Summary

Exxon Neftegas Limited, an ExxonMobil affiliate and operator of the Sakhalin-1 Project, is accepting applications for the following jobs (positions) located in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sakhalin:


Job Role Responsibilities

  • Mentor national staff (Instrumentation & Controls, Electrical Engineers, Technicians ) in technical development
  • Subject matter contact for ENL for instrumentation and control  and Electrical Engineering areas
  • Lead identification of hazards and analysis of risk associated with parameter changes, equipment poor performance, modifications . Must be able to participate/lead in troubleshooting initiatives which includes different engineering disciplines
  • Have minimum of 10 years experience in power generation field from operation and project side 
  • Develop/implement strategic initiatives in area of power generation /heat tracing 
  • Strong English skills 
  • Willing to travel to the field when required
  • Minimum of 10 years of experience  in several of the following areas

  - power generation field from operation and project side.
  - electric power distribution and control.
  - medium voltage (MV) and low voltage (LV) switchgear and motor control centers.
  - read and comprehend single line drawings, three line drawings and schematics.
  - gas turbine and diesel essential generators.  Familiar with GE Mk VI gas turbine control  Understands load sharing isoch and droop.  Understands load shedding.  Understands engine overloading and high T5.
  - electrical protection relays – solid state and mechanical.
  - electric power systems studies.  Familiar with SKM and ETAP.
  - MV and LV distribution transformers
  - Boiler, heater and flare ignitor systems.  Familiar with burner management control systems and ignition control systems.
  - Familiarity with electrical codes and regulations

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