CV Contracts Administrator / Mechanical Engineer with 12 years experience in the oil industry
Contracts Administrator / Mechanical Engineer with 12 years experience in the oil industry
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Location (Residence): Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela Citizenship:Venezuela
Spanish Venezuela Other:
English United States, Portuguese Brazilian
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Bachelors in Machanical Engeneer Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Venezuela Present Location: Venezuela, Puerto Ordaz Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Mechanical Engineer with 12 years experience in the oil industry focused on Operation and maintenance developing work plans, executing maintenance and project activities, contract administration. High level of knowledge in cost analysis, project planning and progress tracking, execution supervision, Project QA/QC. Reliability, Tap root analysis.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Senior Contract Administrator: Markinvest Promociones Internacionales (Petrocedeρo Projet). T/A 2008. Nov. 2007 - Ago. 2008. Responsible for contract administration in all SIOM Project contracts in T/A 2008.
Maintenance Supervisor: ExxonMobil de Venezuela (Cerro Negro Project)
July 2006 - May 2007.
Maintenance Field Supervisor responsible for coordinating mechanical, electrical and instrumentation activities over lifting, gathering and treating facilities with an average production 160KD/D and 250MMSCFD. Primary responsibilities cover Preventive maintenance, Corrective maintenance, Turnaround maintenance, small projects execution.
Contract Administrator: ExxonMobil de Venezuela (Cerro Negro Project)
July 2004 - July 2006.
Responsible for contract administration on $45MM/year budget for contract related with Routine and turnaround maintenance activities achieving savings over $14MM.
Maintenance Planner: ExxonMobil de Venezuela (Cerro Negro Project)
March 2000 - July 2004.
Responsible for Planning and scheduling over 9.500 Work Oder/year and $45MM/year in preventive, corrective maintenance activities ands small projects. Also responsible for coordinating commissioning and startup activities during Cerro Negro project Startup.
Projects Technical Support: Riese & Cia, S.A September 1996 - March 2000.
Technical Support for new project development on pneumatic autotization applications and Safety/relief valves Sizing and selection across different projects in the Oil & Gas (PDVSA, Benton Vinccler, YPF MAXXUS) and Metallurgical Industry (SIDOR, VENALUM, BAUXILUM, ALCASA, FERROMINERA ORINOCO).
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Mechanical Engineer, Universidad Nacional Experimental Politecnica "Antonio Josι de Sucre". Ciudad Guayana, Edo. Bolivar. Venezuela August 1996.
Compressor Operation & Maintenance.
Microsoft Project 2003 (Advanced User).
ALERTA, Safety system from EXXONMOBIL, Based in control of unsafe acts on the work.
MPM Explorer II Dynamic Motor Tester Level II.
Turnaround Planning and progress tracking.
Gas Turbine Operation & Maintenance.
ASME B-31.3, Refining and petrochemical process piping.
Computerized maintenance management system MAXIMO (Advanced User).
Reliability Centered Maintenance.
Reciprocating Compressors Operation & Maintenance basic training.
Solenoid valves Selection and maintenance.
Control Valves Application & Selection.
Safety & Relief Valves Selection and Maintenance.
Drawing & Isometrics reading and interpretation.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
.- MAXIMO Computer system for maintenance and procurement
.- SAP for maintenance and procurement
.- MS Excel
.- All windows programs
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
.- Team Work
.- Safety & Health
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]