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Job Information - Electrical Supervisor (Operations)
Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco)
Job Description and Requirements
At least Vocational Course Graduate
Minimum 11 years experience.
32 - 45 years old
Completion of ITC: English, ER; Math, MI. full certification as an electrician .Valid Saudi Arabian Government driver's license. CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) certified. Certification by Aramco Loss Prevention to issue Hot Work Permits, Cold Work Permits and perform Gas Testing.
Fluent command of the English language, both oral and written. Fully capable to read, interpret, and modify power transmission, distribution and substation schematic drawings.
D. Demonstrated leadership talents, ability to handle stress situations, and highly motivated to train subordinates. A thorough knowledge of electrical safety procedures and requirements with a confirmed and dedicated attitude towards safety and a proven determination to enforce safe work habits. Comprehensive knowledge of safe operation, capability, and system impact on electrical transmission and distribution equipment under all working, weather, and physical conditions.
E. Meets all job requirements and willing to work and stay long term in remote area.
Performs as shift work director for Divisional Electric System Operation activities, schedules jobs and provides liaison with ARAMCO Central Dispatch to coordinate the work. Dispatches Operators to sites on his own initiative after analysis of phoned data or at ARAMCO Central Dispatcher's request.
Monitors operation of all substations and circuits in the Division's area of responsibility. Maintains clearance, hold tag and work permit logs; switching programs, points of isolation, mimic board to show total system configuration and provides system. operational guidance in his area. Ensures that logs and regular reports are maintained on dispatch activities.
Develops detailed switching instructions and procedures for scheduled outages, emergencies and control of system disturbances and is responsible for overall impact on the system. Orders system paralleling and breaking of parallel. Issues Hot Work Permits and Cold Work Permits.
Issues clearances and work permits, using established procedures, to authorized personnel. Ensures that work permit receivers are aware of the limits of the clearances and work permits and adhere to all applicable safety requirements.
Provides clearances for additions and deletions of load to the distribution system.
During emergencies, directs efforts to isolate the cause of trouble and returns the system to normal operations. Directs switchmen, work crews, and efforts for repairs to facilities for restoration of power.
Consults with Dispatchers for outages and coordinates clearances and work permits for transmission lines where the ARAMCO termination is the clearance point.
Provides kilowatt hour meter readings for confirmation of electrical consumption and verification of invoices from SEC.
Coordinates line wash and substation wash schedules with other operating scheduling and requirements.
Participates in training of personnel and conducts safety meetings. Trains personnel from other units who are candidates for switching duties under the direction of the Supervising Electric System Operator. Trains candidates prior to Authorization to Use Approved Potential Testers as required in PDI 10.1.
Ensures system drawings and/or mimic boards are kept current and accurate.
Monitors for safe work practices on the job sites.
Makes decision to perform line patrol after system disturbances and prior to re-energization based on information from Electric System Operators in the field and local knowledge of lines/cables/equipment.
Performs other miscellaneous duties as directed by the Supervisor such as hot phasing, cable locating, thermo vision, use power operation coordination system (POCS), Power Interruption & Reliability Data base (PIRD) and ground buggy etc.
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