Instrument Technician  
·       Minimum Diploma in Instrumentation.
·       Minimum 5 years experience in a Refinery or Petrochemical Plant
Basic Functions:
1.      Perform Preventive maintenance, Corrective maintenance and Trouble shooting of instrumentation with minimum supervision and in full compliance with safety rules and regulations.
2.      Ensure all work practices comply with company Total Quality Systems and Safety Procedures. Discuss safety issues weekly basis that the group faces.
3.      Perform Condition monitoring of Field instrumentation and Rack Room cabinets located at PDH & PP Plant .
4.      Perform execution of plant Turnaround and Shutdowns assigned instrumentation jobs.
5.      Maintains good housekeeping conditions in workshop and work sites
Analyzer Engineer
·       Bachelor Degree in Electronics / Instrumentation & Control Engineering
·       Minimum 3-5 years of professional experience of maintenance of Aanalyzers & gas chromatographs and F&G system in a petrochemical, fertilizer plant or refinery
Basic Functions:
  1. Plan, allocate and supervise the calibration, preventive & corrective maintenance and first line trouble shooting activities on analyzers, gas chromatographs and F&G Alarm and Detection System, located in PDH & PP plants.
  2. Develop maintenance strategy to resolve the critical problems with the analyzers, Gas Chromatographs and F&G System. Ensure their reliable operation without any plant downtime. Suggest and implement necessary technical improvements.
  3. Keep strong follow-up on spares and calibration gas in time purchasing. Answer material queries pertaining to analyzers, gas chromatographs and Gas Detectors.
  4. Train and develop a team of technically competent Analyzer and F&G technicians capable of delivering the section objectives in terms of SHE, engineering standards, costs and equipment reliability.
  5. Ensure planning and execution of plant shutdowns and turnaround within budget and planned time.
  6. Identify and come up with a plan for addressing issue of obsolesces of Analyzers, Gas Chromatographs and F&G system.
  7. Liaison communication with other departments /sections, contractors and vendors etc. as required for timely execution of related jobs.

Fire Chief (Saudi Nationals only)


  • Minimum of Bachelor Degree, Fire / Safety engineering, chemical or mechanical.
  • Fire instructor level- I and Fire Officer Level-II or equivalent knowledge.
  • Knowledgeable of NFPA / OSHA standards & Risk Assessment techniques.
  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in Petrochemical Fire Fighting and incident management.   

Basic Functions:

  • Develop and implement an Emergency Response Plan.
  • Responsible to maintain an adequate and reliable plant fire protection system in place to mitigate emergency incidents.
  • Maintains Ready Emergency Apparatus and equipment and provides prompted emergency response to operation emergency or natural disaster incidents.
  • Provides Technical supervision in the areas of Fire prevention, Protection and emergency systems.
  • Manages the Fire Prevention Section administrative activities.
  • Supervises Emergency Responders during emergencies and training.
  • Conducts reviews, develop specification and standards of fire related equipment, materials and components.
  • Conduct evaluation and audit programs companywide to ensure that all assigned personnel and equipment is fully geared up to function in any emergency.
  • Conduct evaluation and audit programs companywide to ensure that all assigned personnel and equipment is fully geared up to function in any emergency.
  • Excellent knowledge of all relevant procedures.  Ability to handle and control plant emergencies.  Takes direct involvement in all strategy and management.  Conducts training as required and as per yearly training schedule to meet the KPI requirements.
  • Maintains In depth knowledge of plant safety and its application.  Full understanding of permit to work.  Promotion of plant safety audits and its implementation.
  • Represent the company in YAMA and participate in their activities.