Mechanical Manager

  • Job no: 493698
  • Work type: Contract
  • Location: Indonesia | CII (Indonesia)
  • Categories: 03-Construction, 01-Engineering, 06-HSE, 05-Project, 08-QA/QC
  • Advertised: 12 Jun 2022
  • Application close: 31 Jul 2022
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Job Description

Chiyoda is now hiring a Mechanical Manager for Manyar Smelter Project (MSP) located in Gresik, Indonesia. This role is expected to start as soon as possible.

Duties and Responsibilities:

Shall include but not be limited to:

  • Ensuring the Technical and Quality aspect of mechanical equipment engineering meets project requirements.
  • Perform any other duty the Construction Manager may allocate.
  • Co-ordinates and overviews all Discipline Engineers in the field Organization.
  • Control Field Staff Manning Schedule for their discipline and establish function of their organization
  • Leadership in Construction planning and subcontracting other in the field Organization.
  • Co-ordination with the Client’s representative.
  • Monitor free issue material status coordinating with material control manager.
  • Co-ordination mobilization and demobilization of vendor supervisor for construction activities with field engineering manager. Control vendor supervisor time sheet.
  • Ownership in Discipline Subcontractor, establish overall, monthly and weekly schedules and progress plan in order to achieve the works and to ensure the progress as required by project plan.
  • Co-ordination with the Subcontractors including the resolution of commercial issues in co-operation with the Subcontract Administrator.
  • Co-ordination with the Reading Office, reporting progress, items of concern and requesting action as required aside of the monthly progress report.
  • Co-ordination with the other discipline groups.
  • Distribute assign action and follow-up of incoming correspondence to the discipline.
  • Collect, review and edit the monthly progress report of the discipline in Construction, Field Engineering, QA/QC and submit to the Controls Manager (Field) for preparation of the field section of the monthly progress report of the project.
  • Leadership in the turnover of the discipline work to other sections.
  • Leadership in the discipline effort for Pre-commissioning in close co-operation with the Commissioning Manager to complete and test the facilities system / subsystem wise for handing over to the Client.
  • Lead and motivate the team members to pursue the implementation of the CII Policies in Quality, Environment, Safety and Health.
  • Ensure Subcontractors personnel attend SHES induction training prior to starting work.
  • Ensure all plant/equipment/tools/materials are fit for use, and comply with the Construction SHES Management Plan, with regard to certification, permits and colour codes.
  • Comply with the requirements of the Construction SHES Management Plan and procedures in particular clauses relating to Audits and Inspection.
  • Ensure that Subcontractors provide a good standard of housekeeping on-site and in the Subcontractors facilities area.
  • Ensure that the Subcontractor uses a banksman when reversing plant and equipment.
  • Ensure Permanent and Temporary Works materials are brought to the work front when needed and stored neatly in the Sub-contractors facility when not needed.
  • Ensure that the Subcontractors’ scaffold material is of a CII approved type and that the subcontractor scaffolders are experienced and qualified in its’ use.
  • Ensure that all false works are CII approved before they are erected.
  • Ensure that all scaffold structures and false work are controlled by a Scaffolding type system.
  • Ensure that only qualified scaffolders modify scaffold structures false work and move scaffold boards.
  • Ensure that the Subcontractor erects scaffold staging suitable for the type of activity to be performed and which is CII approved prior to erection.
  • Ensure that the Subcontractors maintain all access ways.
  • Ensure that all Subcontractors personnel wear their personal protective clothing onsite including safety hats, glasses, gloves, boots and any other specialized personal protective equipment as necessary.
  • Ensure that Subcontractor has a continuous safety training program.
  • Ensure that the Subcontractor prepares a method statement to cover all of his work and, in conjunction with CII Safety Officer and appropriate CII Supervisors and Engineers, review Subcontractors method statement and comment as necessary.
  • Ensure that all lifting equipment, lifting tackle and material transport equipment is in good condition and have all mandatory certificates and permits.
  • Ensure all daily crane checks are carried out.
  • Ensure that all tools are factory manufactured, not homemade.
  • In conjunction with Planning and Engineering Departments, review and comment on Subcontractors contractual plan.
  • Monitor Subcontractors labour level, review the trade composition against his progress and identify any trade/activity bottleneck/shortcomings.
  • Review weekly progress against contractual plan and comment on any measures suggested by Subcontractor to improve progress.
  • Ensure that all major works are logistically planned and notified to CII well in advance, so that all necessary checks and controls can be carried out in an orderly manner.
  • Review all drawings, specifications, job instructions, materials and tools availability applicable to his particular area of work. Ensure that the work program for his area is carried out in accordance with the overall planning schedule and advise on specific areas where this must be adjusted in accordance with site conditions and materials deliveries.
  • In co-ordination with CII commercial personnel, understand the cost implications of variations and other instructions to be issued onsite and ensure that the subcontractor is instructed accordingly in the most beneficial manner to the project.
  • Ensure that all quality control checks are carried out and signed off progressively on the appropriate quality control records.
  • Ensure that Subcontractor observes all “hold points” on Inspection and Test Plan.
  • Ensure that Company are notified of all inspections 24 hrs in advance.
  • Ensure that Subcontractors conduct QC Tool box talks.
  • Assist applicable CII Inspector in Works Inspections as required.
  • Ensure that setting out is in the correct location, checked and confirmed by the Independent Surveyor from CII approved site monuments.
  • Continually review material and equipment deliveries and report discrepancies and/or shortages to the Field Superintendent.
  • Assist the Lead Temporary Facilities Supervisor as requested.
  • Work in close co-operation with the Quality, Control Department and Supervision so that faces of mechanical equipment installation is carried out in a proficient and efficient manner
  • Ensure that the Mechanical Equipment Supervisor knows the hold points on the quality control records, and understands that until the item is signed off as satisfactory by the Company no further work is carried out.
  • Maintain a register and file of all TQ’s raised by the Mechanical Equipment Subcontractor.
  • Answer all TQ’s on an urgent basis informing the Site Engineering Manager if the Subcontractor appears to be using the TQ System for other purposes.
  • If unable to answer the TQ, inform the Site Engineering Manager, and transmit the TQ to Head Office for resolution.
  • Ensure that non-conformance reports distributed by the Quality Control Engineers on Mechanical Equipment Engineering are answered promptly by the appropriate person.
  • Ensure that all TQs and non-conformance reports answers comply with specification and are consistent in approach to Mechanical Equipment engineering.
  • Assign Mechanical Equipment Engineers, Supervisor, Inspectors and Service Engineers to specific activity in geographical areas.
  • In conjunction with Mechanical QC Engineer approve the procedure on Mechanical Equipment Installation Testing and Test Records, comment as necessary.
  • In conjunction with the CII Safety Officer, Mechanical Equipment Supervisors and if relevant the Engineer, review the Subcontractors Method Statements and comment as necessary.
  • In conjunction with the Heavy Lift Supervisor ensure that the Mechanical Equipment Subcontractor complies with the CII Procedure on lifting operations, control of lifting gear and lifting equipment, see MS-DD-3000-HSE-PRO-0008. Note no lifting operation will take place without it being covered by an approved lifting study.
  • Raising deviation requests after consolation with Site Engineering Manager and Quality Control Engineer.
  • Attend the weekly recorded meeting with the mechanical equipment subcontractor, give statistical data on TQ’s and respond to the mechanical equipment engineering queries.
  • To oversee the activities of the Mechanical Equipment Engineers and supervisors to ensure a consistent approach to Mechanical Equipment Engineering.
  • Ensure all modifications to Works are recorded on ‘as-built’ drawings.
  • In the exercise of his responsibilities consider the financial implications of all work undertaken, recommend action which will reduce the cost of any job provided that such action is consistent with accepted engineering practice and will maintain the standard of workmanship required.


  • Bachelor Degree in relevant engineering (mechanical) discipline.
  • Minimum 5-10 years’ experience at the same position.
  • A good working knowledge in English.
  • Highly motivated and proactive mentality.
  • Leadership for making one team with persons of several nationality.
  • Independent, self-motivated and ambitious, of unquestionable personal and professional integrity.

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