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ENGINEER - TRANSMISSION ASSET MANAGEMENT (TRANSFOR
Ref # 26164
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Location : United Arab Emirates
Job Category : Engineering
Expatriates: Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering with 5 years' experience or Diploma with 8 years' experience. UAE Nationals: Bachelor Degree / Higher Diploma in Electrical Engineering with 1 year experience or Diploma/Certificate with 3 years' experience. Job Description: Experience in maintenance, manufacture, erection, testing or commissioning of EHV substation equipment, particularly transformers & reactors in a utility or a manufacturer of repute. Maintain a centralized database related to all Transformers & associated equipment in the Transmission System, with objectives to efficiently track equipment condition & performance, propose refurbishment plans, procure spares etc. for the optimum utilization of assets and coordinate the condition monitoring activities within the guide lines of service level agreement & departmental quality procedure. Comply with Corporate Excellence through continuous innovation and fulfilling the requirements as per Excellence criteria. Facilitate, transfer and share knowledge with colleagues and subordinates in order to support Corporate Excellence. Follow and adhere to the OH&S Management System Manual as per DEWA's safety standards. Control and monitor stock of insurance spares of transformers & reactors and initiate action for timely replenishment of stock, coordinate inspection of spares & preparation of inspection reports and liaison with Central Stores. Preparation of various condition monitoring activities, coordination of the activities, evaluation of results. Preparation reports. Monitoring performance of equipment, failures and field complaints and to maintain comprehensive database to enable analysis and review of reliability. Centered Maintenance program. Initiating procurement action for Capital items and coordination on implementation of capital and developmental projects that are meant for improving overall performance of the substation equipment in service. Coordination with Commissioning Department in respect of comments on technical issues related to new substation projects/equipment, instruction manuals/drawings/test reports, etc. and matters related to ordering and inspection of optional spares. Training of subordinate staff by identifying the training requirements to make the workforce capable of performing their job satisfactorily and complying with DEWA safety rules.