Field Execution Engineer (Electrical) wanted at SHELL – Singapore

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Job Description
The Plant Engineer (Electrical) resides in SJI Maintenance Department. The primary role is to support the Lead Engineer to maintain a high plant technical availability and maximize the utilization of available resources. The Plant Engineer (Electrical) is accountable to perform assigned Critical Activities & provide front line engineering solutions i.e. organize, plan, oversee, optimize & coordinate the maintenance of instrumentation work to enable a safe, reliable and efficient plant operation.

Work Location Singapore Seraya
Company Description
 
Shell is one the largest foreign investors in Singapore and began operations in 1891. Today, we have more than 3,200 employees in Singapore alone. The Pulau Bukom Manufacturing Site today is the largest Shell refinery in the world in terms of crude distillation capacity, which makes Singapore a key regional supply and trading centre for Shell in the East. Singapore is the largest petrochemical production and export centre in the Asia Pacific region. Shell Jurong Island (SJI) manufactures petrochemicals to meet the fast-growing demand for these products in the region. We also have one of the largest single-branded retail networks in Singapore, providing customers with a wide range of quality products and services. When you join Shell in Singapore, you can count on our commitment to help you thrive and propel your career by means of our industry-leading development programme and our available and unrivalled pool of local and global experts. Our numerous global and local skill pools as well as our diversity are key to our success and continuing innovation.

Requirements

Degree/Diploma in Electrical Engineering.

or

Professional Experience:
Equivalent relevant 3~5 years field experience in Oil & Gas/Chemical industry.

Preferably knowledge of different electrical equipment/system – electrical distribution systems, backup power systems, electrical drivers and motor controls/manager, motor operated valves, cathodic protection systems, heat tracing systems and other relevant auxiliaries systems.