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Sr. Mechanical Engineer - Static Equipments (Power & Utilities)

Client of Al Qabas Employment

Posted on August 2, 2018

10 - 15 years Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates

Bachelor of Technology/Engineering(Mechanical). Any Nationality

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Job Description
- Directs, coordinates, advises and technically supports to sustain asset integrity and reliability of wide range of static equipment. Conducts Troubleshooting, failure analysis, resolution of chronic reliability issues & participates in Risk Based Inspection studies for the critical static equipment and shall be able to develop the strategies for up gradation or replacement of obsolete equipment and systems
Skill set
- BSc / BE Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
- 9 years™ experience in the installation, maintenance and repair of a wide range of static equipment and Familiarity with CMMMS (Maximo preferred).
- Familiarity with Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) techniques.
- Good spoken and written English. Knowledge of Arabic language is preferable.
- Analytical and precise communication skills.



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