I. Responsible for reporting and reviewing the electricity business of new projects and on-site technical docking.
2. Responsible for the daily communication and coordination of the electrical related with the design units and related companies.
3. Responsible for the review of strong and weak current drawings of new projects, put forward reasonable suggestions, and urge the optimization of the design. And responsible for the collection and arrangement of related drawings of strong and weak current systems.
4. Responsible for the review of the electrical equipment selection of new projects and the review, statistics, and purchase of electrical equipment materials for new projects; participate in technical agreement meetings for electrical equipment bidding to ensure that new electrical equipment meets production needs, as well as technical equipment data and design Communication feedback from the Institute.
V. Responsible for the technical support for the purchase quality and quantity acceptance of electrical equipment, as well as the technical guidance and management of construction and installation.
6. Responsible for supervising the progress, quality, and safety of electrical engineering, comprehensively grasp the construction situation, and ensure that the electrical commissioning of new projects proceeds smoothly.
VII. Participate in the "three investigations and four determinations" of new projects and the design and construction of defects; participate in the acceptance of electrical projects of new projects;
8. Responsible for technical guidance and personnel training for the use and operation of electrical equipment in the trial production phase of new projects.
Nine, complete other tasks assigned by the leadership.
1. College degree or above, related majors such as electrical automation;
2. More than 3 years of electrical construction management experience in petrochemical projects is preferred;
3. Strong sense of responsibility and proficient computer operation;
4. Good coordination and communication skills.
Salary and treatment: Those who are particularly outstanding are negotiable.