Careers

North Oil Company is building a leading offshore operator and is looking for world-class individuals to join us. We have an excellent safety-driven, best-in-class operations and technology, with high levels of expertise, to rise to the challenges provided by the unique operating environment of Qatar’s largest and one of the world’s most complex fields.

We are empowering people to reach their full potential through the company’s core values of safety, excellence, respect, trust and commitment. North Oil Company provides its diverse workforce with fulfilling opportunities and possibilities for career progression as well as an attractive benefits package.

Job Vacancies

No available vacancies at this moment

Engineering and Construction

Scope of Work

  This position is situated under the Head, Brownfield Projects. The Job owner will:
  • Safely and efficiently lead and direct the activities of the E&C Brownfield Projects, in line with organizational strategic and business objectives, targets and plans.
  • Drive an accident free environment, maintaining a strong safety culture; compliance with HSE rules.
  • Lead and mentor Brownfield Projects Team members and contribute to the development and implementation of processes, tool and working methods for continuous improvement.
  • Deliver Brownfield Projects safely, on time, to budget and to the required level of quality.

Activities

Responsible for leading the Brownfield Projects activities to the works related to the Al Shaheen field, including:
  • To drive an incident free (IF) environment in the development, planning and execution of projects.
  • Uphold and be a role model for the company’s core values, Incident Free and leadership behaviors.
  • To ensure compliance with HSE (occupational and process) legislation, Company standards and procedures as they apply to project management and project engineering, to ensure employee safety and legislative compliance.
  • To ensure compliance with Company Management System and applicable International Standards.
  • To review and to approve deviations to NOC standards.
  • To organize an effective and efficient delivery management team, consisting of Senior Brownfield Projects Engineers and Brownfield Projects Engineers. To provide leadership and coaching to all direct reports in the execution of their responsibilities; encourage innovative thinking around process safety, production optimization and cost efficiency.
  • To take ownership and delivery of key project management deliverables for Brownfield Projects:       Project Execution, Project Budget, Project Quality, Project Interface Management
  • To plan the works in accordance to prioritization agreed with Head of Brownfield Projects, based on safety, production and future development requirements.
  • To assist the Head of Brownfield Projects in determining long term strategic priorities, targets and annual plans.
  • Provide Head of Brownfield Projects with regular reports with analysis on performance and results and ensure relevant reports are maintained and distributed to key stakeholders.
  • In collaboration with C&P, to manage, monitor, control all required contractual process until recommendation to award. This shall include ensuring the recommendation is made in the best technical and commercial terms.
  • Contribute to improvements, development and implementation of E&C Brownfield Projects activities, procedures, tools, processes and procedures.
  • Manage the performance of direct reports: Direct objective setting; staff performance appraisals & provide regular feedback, giving guidance on improvements where necessary.
  • To provide support to other departments in E&C to justify the estimations to the clients, assets or partners.
  • Establish and maintain effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders required to meet NOC’s business and operational objectives.
  • To carry out any other duties or tasks that may be assigned by his hierarchical superiors.

Profile Requested

  • Engineer with more than 10 years’ experience in O&G facility design, construction, project management or operations.
  • Engineering Degree from internationally recognised University, plus recognised professional certification.
  • Good knowledge of industry best practice in Project Management
  • Strong networking skills externally and internally.
  • Fluent in English.
  The deadline for submitting Application will be 30th of July 2018.

Please quote position code E&C058 when applying

Apply Now

This is a permanent and residential position based in the Doha Head Office.

Scope of Work 

  • Support the implementation of PVV yearly objectives as specified in NOC annual objectives.
  • Implement NOC Quality policy and continuous improvement plan.
  • Implement NOC HSE policy and objectives within PVV team activities.
  • Ensure safe and timely completion of projects.
  • Ensure NOC rules, standards and procedures are followed in the execution of projects.
  • Contribute to cost saving in budgeting and projects are executed within the estimated time frame and cost.
  • Contribute to no damage to any NOC or other operators’ assets and environment in the course of executing projects.
  • Develop and maintain a high level expertise within the piping stress analysis and strength calculation.
  • Be Technical Reference Person (TRP) for piping stress analysis as well as to manage all other Piping engineering discipline activities(i.e. Piping Lay out, material take offs, development of specifications, material requisitions, etc.).

Activities

  • Ensure and promote the application of NOC HSE and Safety Engineering rules and specifications.
  • Ensure that contractors comply at all times with safety rules, taking actions as required in case of disregards.
  • Promote safety culture within NOC personnel and contractors as well as reporting of anomalies.
  • Define, specify and carry out necessary technical studies in order to propose robust and optimized technical solutions for RFM’s and brown field projects.
  • Ensure technical compliance of the contractors with project specifications and requirements.
  • Lead/participate in technical review of the bidders’ proposals and prepare technical recommendations accordingly.
  • Review and approve piping engineering deliverables received from Contractors for Basic / Detailed Engineering.
  • Contribute to verification that all engineering design, procurement and construction activities comply with NOC safety, quality and cost objectives.
  • Develop NOC standards, guidelines and procedures.
  • Promote and support innovation and cost reduction initiatives in the piping discipline.
  • Support OPS/FOPS for the shutdown activities and to achieve the budgeted production level for the field.
  • Report to PVV & PLR Lead on a weekly basis and when decisions impacting E&C activities must be taken.
  • Coordinate preparation of piping stress analysis and calculations notes.
  • Coordinate preparation of isometrics, supports drawings, supports lists.
  • Define, specify and carry out necessary technical studies in order to propose robust and optimized technical solutions.
  • Participate to development of scope of work, cost estimates, budgets, and technical dossiers for CFTs for piping related activities.
  • Participate in the supervision of offshore piping survey campaigns to ensure technical compliance of the contractors with the Contract/Frame Agreement.
  • Interface with Procurement Dept., NOC Engineering & Construction entities for engineering related issues.
  • Participate in KOM with contractors, JRA/work permits meetings in liaison with FO entity.

Profile Required

  • Minimum Qualification: B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent.
  • Recognized expertise in the field of Piping engineering of oil & gas facilities, in particular within the field of piping stress analysis and strength calculation.
  • 15+ years of experience with minimum last 10 years of professional experience in Piping engineering in offshore oil and gas industry in an Operating company or major Engineering Consultancy companies environment .
  • Good sense of team spirit, peer leadership, strong interpersonal /soft communication skills.
  • Fluent in English – both Verbal and Written.

Deadline for submission of applications is on July 15, 2018.

Please quote position code E&C034 when applying

Apply Now

Reservoir & Geosciences

This is a permanent and residential position based in the Head Office and offers a comprehensive expat benefits package and family status.

Scope of Work

  • Resume or accelerate the development of the Al Shaheen reservoirs by studying, maturing and proposing for validation the drilling of new wells and/or work-over opportunities from existing slots or from future slots for additional phases of field development and strategy, definition of development patterns, reserves/resources assessments, and appraisal strategy. Focus on understanding and description of production mechanisms (water-flooding, gas injection) involved in sector, full-field or phenomenological reservoir models.

Activities

  • Responsible for day-to-day well performance monitoring, well test requirements, well potential updates
  • Implement the reservoir engineering techniques linked to its activity (planning, evaluation and interpretation of well tests, interpretation of PLT, decline curve analysis, material balance, production nodal analysis, definition of production mechanisms, prediction of production performance and injection, PVT analysis, etc.).
  • Perform and guarantee the analysis of reservoir data (static and especially dynamic) and the syntheses of dynamic data for pressure conditioning actions to be implemented for drilling of new wells.
  • Participate in the synthesis of subsurface data and ensure the consistency of assumptions between the different disciplines (geophysics, geology and petrophysics, production technology and geo-information)
  • Participate in the construction of the reservoir models (static and dynamic) in close collaboration and iterations with the geophysicist, geologist and reservoir specialists, optimizing the modeling of fluid flow according to the heterogeneities and the production mechanisms to be implemented, to end up with history matched sector and possibly full reservoir dynamic models.
  • Carry out modeling of dynamic behavior of reservoirs, dynamic simulations (ECLIPSE), including calibration of well test and PLT results in reservoir models
  • Integrate the data from existing production, new development and appraisal wells into the models.
  • Implement the specialty studies necessary for the development of the reservoir simulation.
  • Participate in the definition and optimization of development schemes and patterns.
  • Participate in the assessment of associated production and injection unconstraint profiles for NOC’s production and injection exercises: Rolling Forecasts (RoFo), Annual Reserves Report (ARR) and Long Range Business Plan (LRBP).
  • Participation in Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) pilot and their implementation in Field Development, including monitoring aspects
  • Provide relevant data (production profiles) to be used for economic evaluation of each project/well/study.
  • Participate in the good integration between the other disciplines (geophysics, geology, production technology and geo-information) to evaluate uncertainties associated with a project/well/study (1P, 2P, 3P) and implement the necessary studies (experimental design, ... ).
  • Participate in the definition of the necessary reservoir data acquisitions (fluids, conventional and SCAL, well testing, logs, cores, ...) to characterize and predict reservoir behavior and reduce the uncertainties.
  • Participation in the Reservoir Surveillance Plan and Reservoir Management Plan as per NOC Standards.
  • Participate in preparation, presentation and validation by shareholders for new wells to be drilled.
  • Contribute to development of internal and external communications within the Reservoir and PE community.

Profile Required

  • Master Degree or Bachelor Degree with relevant industry experience in Reservoir or Petroleum Engineering discipline or other relevant technical discipline qualification.
  • 3 to 5 years of experience in similar roles or related roles in the oil and gas environment.
  • Reservoir and geoscience working experience in an operated asset.
  • Good experience in reservoir management and monitoring.
  • Good experience on reservoir dynamic modeling (Eclipse) and model history matching.
  • Good communication and collaboration skills.
  • Team player, persuasive, open minded, hard worker, delivery orientated.
  • Working experience in the middle East would be a plus.
  • Fluent in written and spoken English.
  • HSE trainings.

Deadline for submission of application is on July 26, 2018.

Please quote position code R&G056 when applying

Apply Now

This is a permanent and residential position based in the Head Office and offers a comprehensive expat benefits package with family status.

Scope of Work

  • Resume or accelerate the development of the Al Shaheen reservoirs by studying, maturing and proposing for validation the drilling of new wells and/or work-over opportunities from existing slots or from future slots for additional phases of field development and strategy, definition of development patterns, reserves/resources assessments, and appraisal strategy. Focus on understanding and description of production mechanisms (water-flooding, gas injection) involved in sector, full-field or phenomenological reservoir models.
  • Ensure HSE policies are followed and understood within the team and with every activity/operation required by the Asset especially reservoir related.
  • Responsible for day-to-day well performance monitoring, well test requirements, well potential updates
  • Implement and validate the reservoir engineering techniques linked to its activity (planning, evaluation and interpretation of well tests, interpretation of PLT, decline curve analysis, material balance, production nodal analysis, definition of production mechanisms, prediction of production performance and injection, PVT analysis, etc.).
  • Validate the analysis of reservoir data (static and especially dynamic) and the syntheses of dynamic data for pressure conditioning actions to be implemented for drilling of new wells.
  • Participate in the synthesis of subsurface data and ensure the consistency of assumptions between the different disciplines (geophysics, geology and petrophysics, production technology and geo-information)
  • Co-responsible in the construction of the reservoir models (static and dynamic) in close collaboration and iterations with the geophysicist, geologist and reservoir specialists, optimizing the modeling of the flows according to the heterogeneities and the production mechanisms to be implemented, to end up with history matched sector and possibly full reservoir dynamic models.
  • Ample autonomy in the field of dynamical simulation of reservoirs, in methodology, in knowledge of reservoir simulation softwares (ECLIPSE...) and interface systems.
  • Integrate the data from existing production, new development and appraisal wells into the models.
  • Coordinate the specialty studies necessary for the development of the reservoir simulation.
  • Participate and guarantee in the definition and optimization of development schemes and patterns.
  • Guarantee the assessment of associated production and injection unconstraint profiles for NOC's production and injection exercises: Rolling Forecasts (RoFo), Annual Reserves Report (ARR) and Long Range Business Plan (LRBP).
  • Strong participation in Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) pilot and their implementation in Field Development, including monitoring aspects.
  • Ensure the quality of the data in the different databases (pressures, production, injection...).
  • Provide validated relevant data (production profiles) to be used for economic evaluation of each project/well/study.
  • Ensure the good integration between the other disciplines (geophysics, geology, production technology and geo-information) to evaluate uncertainties associated with a project/well/study (1P, 2P, 3P) and implement the necessary studies (experimental design, ... ).
  • Propose the reservoir data acquisitions programs (fluids, conventional and SCAL, well testing, logs, cores, ...) to characterize and predict reservoir behavior and reduce the uncertainties.
  • Guarantee the Reservoir Surveillance Plan and Reservoir Management Plan for the Asset as per NOC Standards.
  • Active contribution to development of internal and external communications within the Reservoir and PE community.
  • Deliver results of quality on which one can be based without the necessity of verifying its validity, veracity or quality.
  • An animation of the reservoir aspects of the study with proposals for work and coaching of reservoir engineers with less experience.
  • Ability to work in a transversal/matrix organization with numerous transverse relations within NOC.
  • Transversally of subsurface disciplines (geophysics, geology, production technology) necessary to integrate the stakes and uncertainties.
  • Knowledge of study and maturation processes to ensure all intermediate steps (through workshops, regular formal and informal meetings), highlighting important points, in particular with regards to the uncertainties and difficulties encountered, respecting scope, planning and budget.
  • Continuous attention to quality of the project/well/study by incorporating the "fit for purpose studies" and "good enough design" approach.
  • May lead small projects or contributes/influence projects of moderate size and scope through substantial contributions to project framing, often with moderately complex interfaces to other disciplines.
  • Development of Qatari Nationals

Profile Required

  • Master Degree or Bachelor Degree with relevant industry experience in Reservoir or Petroleum Engineering discipline or other relevant technical discipline qualification.
  • 8 to 10 years of experience in similar roles or related roles in the oil and gas environment.
  • Reservoir and geoscience working experience in an operated asset.
  • Strong experience in reservoir management and monitoring.
  • Strong experience on reservoir dynamic modeling (Eclipse) and model history matching.
  • Strong communication and collaboration skills.
  • Team player, persuasive, open minded, hard worker, delivery orientated.
  • Working experience in the middle East would be a plus.
  • Fluent in written and spoken English.
  • HSE trainings.

Deadline for submission of application is on July 26, 2018.

Please quote position code R&G053 when applying

Apply Now

Drilling and Wells

This is a permanent and residential position based in the Doha Head Office and offering a comprehensive benefits package with family status to the right candidate.

Scope of Work

  • To plan, design and coordinate platform based well interventions in order to optimize production and injection in a safe and cost effective way.
  • Writing of well intervention programs for safe, technically sound and cost efficient interventions.
  • Manages contracts linked to WS activity.
  • Ensure when planning and preparing platform operations including programme writing that all relevant parties are informed and involved as required prior to job initiation. Such parties are Petroleum Engineering, Production (on- and offshore), Well Services internally, various Contractors etc.
  • Ensure that job programmes are prepared and distributed in due time.
  • Ensure that the Well Services offshore supervisors on the job are fully briefed about the job programme and actively support the planned activities, including continuous information of programme changes.
  • Ensure good communication with Well Services offshore supervisors and other relevant parties regarding results/ deviations from the original program.
  • Communicate with the Well Services offshore supervisor what equipment needs to be back loaded or sent to other destinations.
  • Check and ensure that offshore reporting including NPT (Non Productive Time) is done correctly and adequately on a daily basis.
  • Participate in meetings where relevant and required e.g. Well Services morning meeting, asset related meetings etc.
  • Ensure that operational risks are assessed and that necessary measures taken to mitigate operational risks and that contingencies have been evaluated and implemented.
  • Coordinate personnel requirements within Well Services and with Contractors.
  • Organize and arrange for necessary equipment and materials to be shipped offshore.
  • Ensure that vital equipment consumed/installed/scrapped is reordered.
  • File programs and other relevant information in the well file system.
  • Upon completion of jobs, thoroughly discuss job with Well Services offshore supervisor to capture lessons learnt with respect to safety, health and operational aspects.
  • Ensure that lessons learnt with respect to safety, health and operational aspects are recorded and forwarded for continuous improvement in:
  • Technical memos
  • Reports
  • Update of procedures and guidelines
  • Future job programs
  • Forward feedback on each contractor's performance to Head of Section in preparation for contractor Service Quality meetings.
  • Introduce fit-for purpose new technologies in order to improve operational efficiencies, cost efficiencies and enlarge well intervention capabilities

Profile Required

  • Extensive knowledge of well servicing (slick line, CT, pumping, treatments) equipment, technology and workflows. Knowledge of wells (completion) and workovers equipment. Fully autonomous. Knowledge of equipment requests and mobilization process (Work Orders, SAP). Ability to participate in CFT.
  • Number of years of relevant experience: 15 yrs in Oilfield – Offshore exposure 3yr min
  • Technical, personal and / or linguistic competencies: fluent English compulsory, Good communication skills
  • Professional or HSE certifications: IWCF level 4

Deadline for submission of application is on July 25, 2018

Please quote position code DRI072 when applying

Apply Now

Field Operations

This is a permanent and residential position based in the head office with occasional visit to offshore. The position is under the Field Operations – Operational Safety.  

Accountabilities

  The Safety Coordinator is accountable for:
  • Reporting any HSE issues to the Head of Operational Safety.
  • Day to day supervising Operational Safety aspects within Field Operations.
  • working closely together with Offshore HSE Superintendents (either on-site or via NOC Operations Centre) and Onshore HSE organization (HSE and other Operational Safety Leads [Drilling &Wells, Engineering & Construction and Logistics]).

Activities

The Safety Coordinator assists in implementing HSE policy, promoting a culture of HSE awareness within the field operations entity and providing relevant support to the field operations teams in order to meet HSE objectives and continuously improve HSE performance. In collaboration with FOPS Head of Operational Safety, the Safety Coordinator will provide support in:
  • Ensuring that current NOC Company Management System (CMS) is properly applied within field operations.
  • Coordinating feedback on NOC CMS implementation.
  • In cooperation with relevant departments, preparing exemption requests and managing the general implementation and monitoring of exemptions.
  • Participating in assessing the HSE performance of field operations contractors.
  • Monitoring the overall HSE performance of all field operations contractors.
  • Participating in the preparation of SIMultaneous OPerationS (SIMOPS).
  • Ensuring that risk assessment and management are carried out on sites of field operations.
  • Ensuring that actions related to downgraded situations are adequately monitored.
  • Participating in the Technical Integrity Review Team (TIRT).
  • Participating in processing Requests For Modifications (RFM).
  • Participating in site inspections and HSE audits.
  • Participating in HSE site visits and follow up on actions required further to the visits.
  • Ensuring that incidents and anomalies are identified, reported, recorded and analyzed as per NOC requirements.
  • Distributing all HSE alerts, safety feedback notices, and all other useful HSE information within the field operations entity.
Safety coordinator will participate in crisis response training and assist during emergency response situations if required;

Qualifications & Experience Required

Qualifications & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or international equivalent
  • Minimum 5-10 years’ experience in petrochemical, refining, oil/gas exploration or production industries
  • Experience in offshore operations, maintenance, project management, commissioning, risk management, audit and assurance. Investigation of both risk and loss management would be an asset.

Competencies:

  • Fluent in written and spoken English
  • Experience in a multi-cultural environment
  • Experience in Greenfield and Brownfield projects
  • Significant knowledge of offshore oil and gas industry operations
  • Ability to act as a role model to the company’s core values and leadership behaviours
  • Ability to engage and manage stakeholders at all levels

Deadline for submission of applications is on July 23, 2018

Please quote position code FOP103 when applying

Apply Now

This is a permanent and rotational position based in the head office. The position is under the Field Operations Division.

Accountabilities

  • Providing a multi-discipline functional Base Operations schedule to 9 Locations.
  • Optimizing equipment outages, minimizing backlog and maximizing resource utilization.
  • Controlling and prioritizing Safety Critical work, to ensure compliance with HSE guidelines.

Activities

HSE
  • Priorities and schedule Safety Critical work (including backlog) to ensure availability and performance of Safety Critical Equipment
  • Be proactive in driving down Safety Critical Backlog via communication between onshore/offshore to attain or exceed SC backlog KPIs
  • Raise Deferrals for any PM’s that are out of compliance to kick start the deferral and mitigation
  • Plan constrained ESDV and BDV testing and coordinate with planned shutdowns/outages to minimize shortfalls due to testing.
Main Activities
  • Create a five weekly schedule that is parallel to the 5W IOP to maximize resource usage and minimize maintenance backlog.
  • Update Primavera P6 5W IOP for Base Operations to ensure alignment of planned activities.
  • Support the delivery of the 5W Plan and de-conflict clashing work scopes wherever possible to maximize plan effectiveness.
  • Approve TRF’s in a timely fashion to ensure efficient use of vendors and minimize costs
  • Provide support and SAP Super-User Assistance for offshore to enhance SAP awareness across the field
  • Effect day to day operational changes and take reactive measures to optimize outage opportunities wherever possible.
  • Support Maintenance Data Build and update any changes to Revision/Condition Codes and Planner Groups to improve validity of SAP CMMS data
  • Liaise with the PALM Team to ensure a smooth transition and highlight any areas of concern/weakness.
  • Act as Onshore Focal, to provide support to impart knowledge and offer continual improvement while maintaining alignment across all the locations.

Qualifications & Experience Required

Qualifications & Experience
  • Education: Proficient in Primavera Planning Tool and SAP Super-user
  • Industry: Offshore Experience or Technical Background an advantage
  • Operations: 5 years Operational Experience Onshore or Offshore
  • No direct reports
  • Current & valid Offshore Survival & Medical - for adhoc visits
Competencies and Behaviours:
  • Understanding of Industry Process Safety guidelines and procedures
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work unaided and/or part of a team
  • Flexible approach and proactive in looking for alternatives and solutions.
  • Strong communication skills to ensure information is passed within teams onshore & offshore
  • The ability to work in a complex multicultural environment
  • Fluent in written and spoken English
  • Strong IT background.
All staff must be willing to participate in crisis response training and to assist during emergency response situations if required

Deadline for submission of applications is on July 22, 2018

Please quote position code FOP098 when applying

Apply Now

This is a permanent offshore rotation position. The position is under the Field Operations – Maintenance and Inspection, Campaign.

Accountabilities

  • To ensure compliance with NOC Incident Free culture, Health and Safety and environment policy is delivering Incident Free Shutdown.
  • To manage the pre-work, preparation and execution phases of Campaigns/Shutdowns in line with associated standards and procedures,
  • Collate all information into a Bookies Board and communicate with onshore coordinators to ensure readiness of execution.
  • To implement necessary actions to guarantee objectives are achieved.
  • To assist Offshore Installation Manager with comprehensive and detailed execution plan for each Campaign/Shutdown.
  • Provide daily reports to and via the NOC OC Campaign & Shutdown coordinator
  • Manage contractor resources to ensure safe and reliable delivery of activities
  • Contribute to the development of the level 4 plans to maintain critical path.

Activities

HSE
  • Adhere to NOC HSE policy, contributes to meeting the HSE objectives of the campaign/shutdown.
  • With the Offshore Installation Manager and HSE advisor develops early the campaign HSE organization plan
  • Ensures the Job Safety Analyses are prepared timely for validation by the OIM
Organization
  • Participates in campaign/shutdown Kick Off and preparation meetings.
  • Prepares the offshore campaign/shutdown perimeter according to the driver’s and communicate to all offshore Stakeholders.
  • Conducts daily safety tours, tool box talk audits and ensures all safety issues are reported through site management in a timely manner
  • Prepapres with the OIM/OTL the Campaign/shutdown Organization note for each cmpaign/shutdown.
  • Manages the campaign/shutdown preparation action tracker offshore, ensures action owners meet targets timely and liaises with onshore coordinator
  • Participate in others meetings and workshops related to campaign/shutdowns preparation as required.
  • Continue development and implementation of NOC campaign/shutdown management processes
Campaign/Shutdown Scope of Work
  • Identification of campaign/shutdown work scopes from SAP in conjunction with onshore coordinator, participate in scope challenge with the appropriate specialists
  • Updates the Master Work Register / Bookies Board
  • Ensures comprehensive preparation of campaign/shutdown work orders by each entity before scope freeze date.
  • Suggest tasks priorities and task list modification for alignment to achievable work scope.
  • Compilation of information for development of Integrated campaign plans for NOC planned campaigns
Work Preparation
  • Coordinates work packs preparation by campaign/shutdown team for pressure vessels inspection and repairs and with entities for other work packs
  • Coordinates the isolation and spading preparation by campaign/shutdown team and validation at site.
  • Fosters broad and open collaboration with Stakeholders and contractors to achieve the set objectives
  • Ensures required procedures are prepared and validated as per NOC campaign/shutdown process
  • Identify requirement for external services and initiate associated contract and procurement process.
  • Organize site surveys.
  • Populate the lessons learned register.
Logistics, materials, contracts
  • Ensures equipment, materials, consumables and spares are defined / identified in the Work Orders. Track their availability status with the assistance of the Material Coordinator
  • Ensures Service Orders are prepared and issued to contractors timely via onshore coordinator.
  • Ensures mobilization of materials, equipment and personnel is achieved as per plan.
Planning
  • Provides support to the campaign/shutdown planner with the preparation of campaign plans
  • the Level 4 schedule inclusive of the mobilization and demobilization of all campaign personnel, materials and equipment,
  • Provide input and participate as required in 5year to 4 month campaign planning cycle including development of work lists
  • Ensures manpower and accommodation requirement: labour, supervision, contractors and equipment specialists.
Post-campaign activity
  • Compiles campaign execution data, prepares in conjunction with OC – execution coordinator the campaign Closeout report
  • Organizes the Lessons Learned review meeting with stakeholders
  • Ensures Work Orders are closed
  • Archives the campaign/shutdown preparation

Qualifications & Experience Required

  • BSc or Graduated engineer or with relevant industry experience in Oil and Gas operations
  • Advanced skills and knowledge of Campaign/Shutdown Management techniques preferably in the petrochemical, refining, Oil & Gas exploration and / or production industries.
  • Awareness / basic use of planning software tools i.e. Primavera P6, MS Project.
  • Excellent planning , organizational and communication skills required.
  • Solid leadership skills and ability to work in a multi-disciplined and multi-cultural environment.
  • Fluent in English (listening, writing and speaking) and its technical vocabulary.
  • Self-starter and be able to work with minimal supervision.
  • High level user of the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) SAP.
  • Medically fit to work offshore oil & gas Platform

Deadline for submission of applications is on July 19, 2018

Please quote position code FOP107 when applying

Apply Now

This is a permanent and rotational position based in the head office. The position is under the Field Operations Division.

Accountabilities

  • Acting as the Focal Point into the NOC Operational Co-ordination Centre regarding all maintenance and equipment reliability activities.
  • Provide support for Offshore Maintenance and Production personnel as required.
  • Supporting 9 offshore sites in the safe and efficient execution of all operations activities in order to deliver 300k bopd production volumes
  • Engaging with Operational Planning and Maintenance activities via the OCC hub interface to maximize production potential and hence efficiency during maintenance activities.

Activities

HSE
  • Support request for deferral, where scheduled preventive maintenance on SECE (safety environment critical element) is not performed (risk assessment performed in T3)
  • Review DGS and Threat register to ensure compensatory/mitigation measures related to maintenance and inspection are in force, and planning of corrective actions are duly planned
Main Activities
  • Provide a focal point into the NOC Operational Coordination Center regarding all Maintenance and Equipment issues raised on a daily basis
  • Provide “front line” support and response to emerging issues with critical equipment
  • Manage, assign and prioritize, as appropriate, onshore support actions identified via UNIO action tracker
  • Co-ordinate repair and rectification activities, and associated action tracking, via UNIO action tracker
  • Liaise with C+P & T1 Logistics to ensure Materials services are provided at site in an appropriate timely manner
  • Provide Discipline and Operations expertise into maintenance changes and maintenance reviews for equipment offshore
  • Provide expertise and advice to Offshore Operations, attend to the daily offshore meetings to provide assistance and guidelines on maintenance matters; keep a permanent knowledge of offshore activity progress
  • Track progress of top ten priorities, communicate priorities to tiers 2 and 3, ensure feedback is brought back to OC and communicate to sites
  • Liaise with key Operations support vendors in support of development remedial work scopes/repairs
  • Participate in and follow closely root cause analysis activities with disciplines on all events leading to a shortage of production or injection or any HSE or major material loss
  • Support Maintenance Schedulers in developing ongoing maintenance PM schedules including identification of vendors and nesting of work scopes.
  • Provide support in review of Planned Maintenance procedures/plans via Z3 process
  • Monitor mob/de-mobilization of high value third party equipment
  • Define priorities and interface with logistics coordinator to move critical equipment/spares from shore to offshore locations in event of emergency requirements/significant unplanned downtime
  • Receive, validate and collate vendor/contractor site technical reports prior to vendor leaving site
  • Assist with identification and validation of materials for WO execution.

Qualifications & Experience Required

Qualifications & Experience
  • Education: Degree (preferably) or HNC/HND qualified.
  • Industry: Exposure to multi –discipline Maintenance Management and execution, preferably offshore
  • Operations: 5 years Operational Experience in Production environment with a minimum 2 years Offshore working experience, preferably in an overseas multi-cultural environment.
  • Experienced in use of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems, preferably SAP.
  • Well-developed analysis and reporting skills
  • Current & valid Offshore Survival & Medical - for adhoc visits
Competencies and Behaviors:
  • Thorough understanding and application of industry process safety guidelines and procedures
  • Ability to work to identified priorities and manage multiple work fronts
  • Highly motivated, flexible in approach and with a proactive mindset
  • Self-motivated with the ability to work both alone and with large teams in a complex and multicultural environment
  • Strong communication and analytical skills to ensure information is passed consistently within onshore and offshore teams
  • Fluent in written and spoken English
  • Computer literate
All staff must be willing to participate in crisis response training and to assist during emergency response situations if required

Deadline for submission of applications is on July 17, 2018

 

Please quote position code FOP099 when applying

Apply Now

This is a permanent and residential position based in the head office. The position is under the Field Division/Methods & Reporting Department.

Accountabilities

  • To Assist the Oil Export Specialist and Senior Oil Export Specialist in all the daily Oil Export operations to co-ordinate with QPSPP and NOC marketing, inspection companies, aviation and FSO Senior Terminal Supervisor.
  • To support managing the inspection companies booking with Aviation to ensure there won’t be any delay for loading.

Activities

  • To support the daily operations by timely receive shipment documentation instructions from consignee through QPSPP to verify that the received details adhere to the legal framework of sales contracts.
  • To handle the nomination of third party independent inspection companies and arrange for surveyors booking to carry out quantity-quality surveys at AL-Shaheen Terminal for custody transfer of crude oil per loading in alliance with aviation logistics and senior terminal supervisors.
  • To support in update the export operation log to ensure the presentation to QPSPP in a monthly basis is up-to-date.
  • To update the active export checklist with all received data from different stakeholders to ensure all steps are complete and take appropriate actions if relevant information are missing.
  • To monitor the vessel nomination and approvals between the FSO Senior Terminal Supervisors and QPSPP to ensure the validation is done within 24 hours.
  • To monitor and track documentation instructions and inspection nomination deadlines to highlight to QPSPP if any delays.
  • To update the Oil Export system with all details required for each shipment (master of the export vessel, agents, stakeholders) to ensure that the FSO Senior Terminal Supervisor has all the information ready for printing.
  • To ensure safe receipt of Bills of Lading and original shipment documents from offshore in liaison with FSO HLO, Aviation and general services and forward them to QPSPP to ensure NOC will be paid with the sales revenues.
  • To participate in daily communications between export and FSO Senior Terminal Supervisors to ensure they have all the necessary information on time.
  • To support in issuing the total actual shipments after receiving each Discharge Report from each FSO Senior Terminal Supervisor for each month end including a breakdown for each loading to distribute to concern parties.
  • To establish and maintain effective relationships with external stakeholders (QP, shipping agents, Inspection companies) and internal (Offshore, Marketing, Finance, Aviation, legal) to ensure smooth operations.
  • All staff must be willing to participate in crisis response training and to assist during emergency response situations if required.

Qualifications & Experience Required

  • Bachelor’s degree / University Graduate
  • Very good knowledge of Microsoft Office
  • Ability to structure the daily work in an often fast paced environment
  • Ability to handle multiple assignments whilst ensuring high and timely quality of work
  • Good interpersonal Skills
  • Very good command of English both written and oral
  • Ability to learn and make use of other IT systems

Please quote position code FOP080 when applying

Apply Now

This is a permanent and residential position based in the head office with occasional visit to offshore. The position is situated under Field Operations / Production & Well Performance.

Accountabilities

Provide Al Shaheen  production optimization & operations experience, direction and guidance to the NOC production & well performance team in order to maximize production and injection performance. This position contributes significantly and directly to the field’s ability to meet production budget target through the identification of short term and long term opportunities to improve production performance and well potential, and ensuring Field Ops team is competent in the optimization of the wells whilst ensuring that wells are operating under their operational envelops. The well performance engineer keep the well models up to date and monitor, diagnose and propose solutions for well issues. It is also accountable for the well potential. This position is also in permanent contact with NOC-OC in order to contribute to optimize the production or do some adjustments to the production and injection priority to reach the daily targets. The position is accountable for the continuous well diagnostics and the liaise with reservoir and well services teams in order to propose actions and solutions. The position is in front line on the start-up, clean up and performance evaluation of the new wells.

Activities

HSE:
  • Maintain and improve the safety culture by driving the operation and workplace activities in Incident Free environment.
  • Keep Monitoring the integrity of the wells and report any activities that violating the safe operation envelope of the wells
  • Monitor the pressure conditioning situation and ensure the well communications and fractures are monitored and avoided if possible
Activities:
  • Asses unconstraint and constraint production and injection potential of the wells from their specific location/reservoir and to maintain the performance of wells, within their operating envelopes.
  • Ensure updating the simulation models (GAP/Prosper) and match them with the actual performance.
  • Identify, propose and implement actions for daily production and injection optimization.
  • Identify surveillance and optimization opportunities to increase or restore well potential, using platform based activities (wireline, electric line and coiled tubing, etc.).
  • Maintaining metering and well test data flow assurance and contribute to the review of production data validation, allocation, and reporting.
  • Actively participate in daily communication and coordination between offshore and onshore businesses pertaining to key business matters and sharing of knowledge and experience.
  • Contribute to shortfalls identification by analyzing well production/injection.
  • Contributes to the annual budget by providing the well opportunity and studies to be performed.
  • Recommend interventions and workovers to maintain production capabilities and maximize asset production.
  • Cost optimization and avoidance to ensure best utilization for the company operation budget and resources.

Qualifications & Experience Required

Qualifications
  • Degree : Bachelor or Master’s Degree in Petroleum, Mechanical or Chemical Engineering, or equivalent.
Experience
  • At least 4 years’ proven experience in similar or related roles in the oil and gas environment.
  • Fresh Graduates are open to apply.
  • Experience in Reservoir Engineering, Production Technology, production Engineering or Well Services.
  • Operational experience.
Technical, Personal Competences
  • Good interpersonal skills – ability to communicate effectively with site personnel, peers and management. Ability to work under pressure and stressing conditions.
  • Fluent in English.
  • Knowledge of Petroleum Experts suite, Visual Basic and Database handling.
HSE Certifications
  • BOSIET and H2H certification.

Please quote position code FOP097 when applying

Apply Now

Senior Electrical and HVAC Engineer (Qatari Nationals only)

This is a permanent and residential position based in the head office with occasional visit to offshore. The position is situated under Field Operations Maintenance and Inspection / Engineering.

Accountabilities

  • Ensure highest safety and technical support in the assessment and recommendations for electrical and HVAC maintenance activities, issue procedures and technical support for its discipline
  • Provide all aspects of electrical and HVAC equipment engineering/technical support and assistance to offshore team, NOC OC, Maintenance support and Shutdown/Campaign entity
  • Responsible for the technical administration of all electrical & HVAC spare parts for Field operation, from its creation to its refurbishment or end of life.

Activities

  • Drive an Incident Free environment / mindset within the team and with all colleagues
  • Promote and implement usage of conditional based maintenance technique within the field of its ownership
  • Review performance acceptable criteria for Safety and Environmental Critical Element under its ownership
  • Perform risk analysis on deferral raised on Safety and Environmental Critical Element under its ownership
  • Suggest action plan and cost estimate on failing Safety and Environmental Critical Element under its ownership
  • Ensure that preventive Maintenance are well aligned with HSE requirement and equipment best reliability and availability
  • Provide input to the team weekly reports, Unio tracker and KPI
  • Provide technical support to FOPS and other NOC colleagues where required.
  • Develop fit for duty maintenance solutions
  • Supply accurate technical clarification on what spares should be purchased within own area of expertise
  • Responsible for replenishment of spare parts stock under its assigned ownership
  • Develop scope of intervention for major preventive and on difficult corrective Maintenance
  • Review and challenge design of brown field modification and greenfield project in term of maintainability.
  • Assist in the development of technical content of discipline maintenance operation to be performed by offshore team, or campaign team or shutdown team
  • Develop scope of execution for minor modification done by Maintenance
  • Review technical solution for major modification done by Engineer and Construction
  • Identify critical situations which may expose NOC to safety or production concerns
  • Analyze recurrent failure and issue solution to improve equipment reliability & availability
  • Coach more junior engineers within the team in their tasks
  • Promote cost awareness and innovation within his/her workscopes
  • Provide technical assistance for the definition of specialized service company
  • Ensure that Discipline stock level are set at right level and replenishment are launch right on time
  • Develop, with the TADM, the technical information required to create, update, block and delete references stored under its technical authority (in particular the General Specifications and QA / QC requirements), in close collaboration with the Stock Controller , specifically replenishment parameters. (MRP Type and MRP parameters).
  • Responsible for new Spare Parts, ensuring they are referenced and attached to their equipment through the BOM in PALM
  • Supply the TADM with the stock preservation operation to be carried out by logistics or specialized company for equipment under own area of expertise.
  • Anticipate obsolescence, generate action plan for mitigation and present to the Lead Engineer
  • Identify opportunities to improve contractor/supplier contracts, reduce costs and improve the quality of services/products supplied.
  • All staff must be willing to participate in Crisis Response Training and to assist during Emergency Response Situations if required.

Qualifications & Experience Required

  • BSc in electrical engineering or equivalent
  • 10 years experience on an oil & gas field with at least 3 years at a senior technical support level and at least 3 years in electrical & HVAC maintenance level
  • Significant knowledge of offshore plant and equipment and maintenance systems
  • Experience in a senior electrical engineering position demonstrating competency in the area of expertise
  • Practical knowledge of maintenance and inspection management tools (SAP module PM & MM)
  • Medically fit to travel to offshore oil & gas platform
  • Results driven approach and attitude.
  • Fluent in English (listening, writing and speaking) and its technical vocabulary.
 

Please quote position code FOP096 when applying

Apply Now

This is a permanent and residential position based in the head office with occasional visit to offshore. The position is situated under Field Operations Maintenance and Inspection/Engineering.

Accountabilities

Accountable for the development of maintenance engineering solutions to support maintenance execution team with the correct procedures, spare parts and technical specialism in maintenance and engineering of high value, complex rotating equipment.

Activities

  • Drive an Incident Free environment / mindset within the team and with all colleagues
  • Promote and implement usage of conditional based maintenance technique within the field of its ownership
  • Review performance acceptable criteria for Safety and Environmental Critical Element under its ownership
  • Perform risk analysis on deferral raised on Safety and Environmental Critical Element under its ownership
  • Suggest action plan and cost estimate on failing Safety and Environmental Critical Element under its ownership
  • Ensure that preventive Maintenance are well aligned with HSE requirement and equipment best reliability and availability
  • Provide input to the team weekly reports, Unio tracker and KPI
  • Provide technical support to FOPS and other NOC colleagues where required.
  • Develop fit for duty maintenance solutions
  • Supply accurate technical clarification on what spares should be purchased within own area of expertise
  • Responsible for replenishment of spare parts stock under its assigned ownership
  • Develop scope of intervention for major preventive and on difficult corrective Maintenance
  • Review and challenge design of brown field modification and greenfield project in term of maintainability.
  • Assist in the development of technical content of discipline maintenance operation to be performed by offshore team, or campaign team or shutdown team
  • Develop scope of execution for minor modification done by Maintenance
  • Review technical solution for major modification done by Engineer and Construction
  • Identify critical situations which may expose NOC to safety or production concerns
  • Analyze recurrent failure and issue solution to improve equipment reliability & availability
  • Coach more junior engineers within the team in their tasks
  • Promote cost awareness and innovation within his/her workscopes
  • Provide technical assistance for the definition of specialized service company
  • Ensure that Discipline stock level are set at right level and replenishment are launch right on time
  • Develop, with the TADM, the technical information required to create, update, block and delete references stored under its technical authority (in particular the General Specifications and QA / QC requirements), in close collaboration with the Stock Controller , specifically replenishment parameters. (MRP Type and MRP parameters).
  • Responsible for new Spare Parts, ensuring they are referenced and attached to their equipment through the BOM in PALM
  • Supply the TADM with the stock preservation operation to be carried out by logistics or specialized company for equipment under own area of expertise.
  • Anticipate obsolescence, generate action plan for mitigation and present to N+1
  • Identify opportunities to improve contractor/supplier interfaces, reduce costs and improve the quality of services/products supplied.
  • All staff must be willing to participate in Crisis Response Training and to assist during Emergency Response Situations if required.

Qualifications & Experience Required

  • Graduate of BSc in Mechanical engineering or equivalent
  • 10 years experience on an oil & gas field with at least 5 years at technical support level and at least 2 years in Mechanical maintenance level
  • Significant technical design knowledge of offshore plant mechanical equipment.
  • Demonstrate competency in area of specialism
  • Practical knowledge of maintenance and inspection management tools (SAP module PM & MM)
  • Significant knowledge and experience of offshore maintenance procedures
  • Medically fit to travel to offshore oil & gas platform
  • Results driven approach and attitude.
  • Fluent in English (listening, writing and speaking) and its technical vocabulary.
 

Please quote position code FOP093 when applying

Apply Now

Contracts & Procurement

Scope of Work

This position is situated under the Lead Procurement Engineer. The job owner will:
  • Perform various types of purchasing activities in order to meet the requirements of the company in a safe, efficient, economic, auditable and comprehensive manner.
  • Handle purchasing processes in the most professional manner: delivering best quality in time and at the optimal cost for the NOC.
  • Ensure the Partners’ Entities requirements satisfaction to avoid any shortages which expose the Company to operation/production problems.

Activities

The Job holder participates liaises with Partners Entities and participates to processes and communication of the purchasing entity by performing the following activities:
  • Participate to improving of purchasing practices, procedures & reference documentation
  • Inform requesters during all the Purchasing Process (ref. E&P supply chain fundamentals)
  • Work in Duet with one or several Partners’ Entities
  • Participate to evaluating suppliers with Partners’ Entities
  • Contribute to reporting Key Performance Indicators
  • Use Market Intelligence information, Cost models, target prices, etc
The Job holder ensures the proper execution of purchasing operations (under the responsibility of his/her team leader or head of purchasing) by performing the following activities:
  • Handle the reception of purchase requisitions
  1. Receive and analyze PRs coming from Partners’ Entities via the Head of Purchasing or the Team Leader
  2. Finalize the S.O.W. in duet with Partners’ Entities
  3. Propose the bidder lists according to the nature of the requests
  • Group requisitions to reduce process costs, compile tender packages and organize call for tender / request for quotation
  • Answer to tenderers requests for clarification
  • Study, compare and evaluate offers in order to have the most economical and contractual advantageous conditions
  • Organize and lead negotiations with suppliers associated with award and performance of POs
  • Issue RTAs in Duet with Partners’ Entities
  • Establish corresponding contractual documents: purchase orders, etc.
  • Ensure the follow-up of purchase orders until complete reception and payment
  1. Ensure rapid and correct validation of PO’s
  2. Ensure reception of acknowledgement of receipt for PO’s from suppliers
  3. Ensure Suppliers’ deliveries on time
  4. Follow-up of goods receipt until NOC central warehouse.
  5. Negotiate and solve all changes leading to amendment from Partners’ Entities or suppliers/contractors
  6. Clarify discrepancies between material received and orders, if any with suppliers
  • Input all purchase data in SAP
The Job holder ensures the Compliance:
  • Ensure compliance of the purchasing process with all internal Company’s rules (including NOC Code of conduct) and all applicable laws and regulation (JV rules, Country laws...)
  • Give special attention to safety material in order to ensure all safety requirements such as testing, certifications, identifications, etc. are fully complied as per company requirements and local government regulations
  • Ensure the application of NOC General Terms and Conditions for purchase of equipment’s
  • Ensure the good administration and filing of all the purchasing documents and ensure that all approvals, justifications, circulation forms etc., are filed in line with the applicable procedures.
The Job holder adheres to the H3SE rules.
  • Be in constant alignment with H3SE Company rules, Procedures, Instructions and applicable legislation
  • Take the necessary measures to avert immediate threat of danger. Exercising caution as necessary to avoid danger to persons and installations or avoid pollution

Profile required

  • Intermediate level in purchasing technical Competencies required
  • C&P tools fundamentals certification required
  • Minimum  Bachelor’s degree
  • Professional experience: from 0 to 2 years’ experience in a Procurement Engineer role in the oil and gas industry or similar industry.
  • Main Personal Abilities: Basic Human Relations, Problem Solving and planning / organizing / coordinating / controlling
 
The deadline for submitting application will be 18th of July 2018
   

Please quote position code C&P038 when applying

Apply Now

Logistics

This is a permanent and residential position based in the Doha Head Office.

Scope of Work

  • The role is responsible for vetting, inspection, approval and acceptance of all floating units within Al Shaheen as per OCIMF and NOC requirements.
  • The role has responsibility for delivering all marine operations, which includes planning, coordination, execution and completion of all operations according to NOC procedures and guidelines, legislative requirements and industry best practice.

Activities

HSE

  • Drive incident free environment through establishing and maintaining a strong safety culture.
  • Contribute to the improvement of safety, security and environment within the framework of NOC HSEQ policy concerning Marine Operations and CP-NOC-061
  • Promote improvement of Maritime Safety within the industry by an active participation in OCIMF working groups.
  • Responsible for ensuring compliance with HSE (occupational process) legislation, Qatari laws, rules and regulations standards, and procedures under area of responsibility to ensure employee safety, legislative compliance and a responsible environment attitude.
  • Issue marine safety flashes and follow up implementation.

Strategic Planning and Direction

  • Provide Team Lead with regular analysis and comment on performance and results.
  • Establish and maintain effective relationships with external parties, functional teams and partners as required to meet NOC’s strategic business and operational objectives.
  • Contribute to improvements, development and implementation of department activities, processes and procedures.

Operations Management

  • Implementation of the Qatarization Program.
  • Participate and provide marine expertise in Major Projects.
  • Responsible for delivering safe and efficient vessel operations, which includes vetting, inspections and audits of all floating assets.
  • Assist in Contract Management within area of responsibility.
  • Assist in Authoring Marine Company procedures and guidelines and enforcing their application within NOC Al Shaheen field.
  • Ensure analysis of new technologies in the maritime field and bring new solutions an dprogress, allowing technical improvements in the field of Group Offshore operations.
  • Ensure timely identification, preparation, submissions and approval of all documentation to authorities, partners or in house as required to support operations.
  • Ensure vendor personnel are pre-job briefed onshore and informed about relevant HSE and company Procedures before offshore mobilization.
  • Identify and manage vendor mobilization as required.
  • Support the development and preparation of Scope of Work for works within area of responsibility.

Reporting and Investigation

  • Responsible for ensuring the methods and tools are in place for completion of all marine reports and KPI’s.
  • Ensure line management and Logistics Operations Head are kept informed on relevant issues which could affect operational, safety and commercial aspects of the operation.
  • Participate in marine accident investigations, as required by NOC.

Profile Required

  • Master Mariner Class 1 certificate or with 15 years’ experience at sea with 3 years as Senior Office.
  • Unlimited DP license.
  • SDPO on various Offshore Vessels.
  • OCIMF Accredited OVID Inspector (Preferred)
  • Deep and broad knowledge of the maritime and offshore industries in various fields such as: offshore operations (Rig Moving, pipe laying, hook up, lifting, surveys), dynamic positioning, vetting/marine assurance, management of contracts, terminal operations, international regulations and studies of projects.
  • Knowledge of International Marine rules and regulations (IMO, OCIMF, SOLAS, MARPOL)

Deadline for submission of applications is on July 16, 2018.

Please quote position code LOG018 when applying

Apply Now

Qatarization

North Oil Company is highly committed to employing and developing talented nationals in support of the goals of the Qatar National Vision 2030.  Qataris will have a great access to career opportunities by taking advantage of our fast growth and international connections.