Maersk Oil Qatar A/S offers a wide range of education and career opportunities for employees possessing necessary skills and competencies.
• The subject crosses all technical disciplines and would introduce the intern to a set of tools/techniques (e.g. FMEA, Weibull Analysis, RBD/RAM Studies, Life-Testing/Physics of failure studies) & thought-processes that make the Reliability Engineer a unique commodity.
• Reliability Engineering shares common ground with ‘Design-for-Six-Sigma’ (DFSS) and is new to MOG, correspondingly the MOQ team are a recent addition – our role is to support the MOQ journey to ‘Maintenance Excellence’ and ‘Production Excellence’ by actively supporting, advising and consulting across the MOQ business, predominantly to the System Responsible Engineers (Equipment ‘Owners’) in the Integrity Team.
• The types of activities that the intern would be exposed to are varied and inevitably give exposure to the tools above; examples of day-to-day activities would be leading/supporting root-cause failure analysis, supporting/facilitating FMEAs, field-failure data analysis (to predict likely times-to-failure), and managing external laboratory test activities.
• Exposure to many different types of hardware is inevitable, so the ideal candidate is a self-starter, inquisitive, open-minded, thinks laterally & enjoys being out of their comfort zone – Full support will be given and as much training as the placement duration allows provided if necessary; there is as much responsibility as the individual wants, with more than enough work to keep the intern actively engaged and productive for the duration of the placement.
Who we are looking for
A discipline engineer – student of Mechanical/Manufacturing engineering is preferred. However, students from other engineering disciplines can apply