POSITION DESCRIPTION
Position Title
Centre
Monthly Salary Range
Teacher/Instructor, Instrumentation Engineering
Qatar Petroleum (QP)
Doha, Qatar
Corporate Training Division
Qatar Petroleum
QAR 15,300 – 18,000 per month
Prepared By
Pat Jones
Date
May 2011
Primary Objectives of
Position
Manager/Supervisor
Role of Position
Role Of Subordinates
(Where Applicable)
To provide Technical Training to Trainee Instrumentation
Technicians employed by QP, or its subsidiary companies,
who will carry out Installation, Commissioning, and
Maintenance of Instrumentation systems in the Oil and Gas
Industries.
Senior Instructor in the Instrumentation Department of the
Corporate Training Division of QP.
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Take responsibility within assigned areas of work for
preparing, conducting and assessing TAFE education
programs in Instrumentation at Certificate II (entry
level), Certificate III (trade level), Certificate IV
(technician level), at QP Training Centre in Doha,
Qatar.
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Assist Senior Instructor/Supervisor in a range of
activities associated with the effective operation of
TAFE education programs at the QP Training Centre.
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It is expected that employees will work within QP
Corporate Training Division’s policies, procedures and
other legislative/regulatory requirements, including
AQTF requirements, OH&S and equal opportunity.
Not applicable
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Senior Instructor/Supervisor
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Assistant Manager, Industrial Training – Corporate
Training Division
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Program Coordinators and Subject Instructors
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Divisional Administrative Staff
External
Communication
Requirements
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Training Managers, Field Supervisors, Training
Coaches at QP and subsidiary company Plants
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Liaison with Students, Industry and the Community as
required
Specific
Accountabilities
1.
Select and deliver appropriate teaching and learning
materials.
2.
Develop and modify appropriate teaching and
learning materials as appropriate to meet company
and Trainee needs.
3.
Establish and maintain a learning environment,
including coaching and encouraging students to take
responsibility for their own learning.
4.
Supervise and monitor student progress on a regular
basis and assess student skills and competencies
against required standards and in accordance with
Curriculum/Training Package documentation.
5.
Maintain accurate records of student progress and
assessment, in accordance with Divisional policies
and procedures.
6.
Prepare and maintain teaching and learning
resources, exams and tests.
7.
Evaluate the effectiveness of the training programs in
line with Corporate Training Division requirements.
8.
Monitor the training, tools, machinery, equipment and
materials used in training programs to ensure they are
maintained to the standards required.
9.
Provide assistance with program related or
administrative tasks as allocated within the scheduled
duties in consultation with the Senior
Instructor/Supervisor.
10.
Provide pre-course advice to students and participate
in student selection, entry testing, interviewing and
induction.
11.
Undertake Local Review Audits as required.
12.
Other duties as directed by Senior
Instructor/Supervisor.
Internal
Communication
Requirements
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Educational
Qualifications
Minimum
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Degree, Diploma or equivalent in Instrumentation.
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An approved apprenticeship together with extensive
work experience in relevant occupation following
commencement of the apprenticeship.
Preferred
Knowledge and
Experience
Skills
Job Profile
(QP Instrumentation
Technician)
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Successful completion of an approved course of
teacher training accredited at Australian Qualifications
Framework Level 5, which includes supervised
teaching practice.
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Experience in the Gas and/or Oil Industries.
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Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment
or equivalent.
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A level of knowledge and experience to exercise
judgement and initiative in carrying out duties within
the limits imposed by the Training Package
qualification, regulations, professional standards and
QP Corporate Division’s policies and procedures.
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High degree of proficiency in subject expertise and in
teaching techniques;
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Knowledge of current standards pertaining to the oil
and gas industries.
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Detailed knowledge of relevant materials, equipment,
machines, application and use of tools and the latest
processes relevant to Instrumentation.
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The ability to select and deliver teaching and
assessment strategies appropriate to the learning
context, subject content, the goals and standards
required by the program and the background of the
learners;
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Proficient analytical, communication and
organisational skills
A QP Instrumentation Technician would carry out the
following:
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Install, test and commission instruments.
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Check and calibrate instruments.
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Calibrate control valves.
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Service fire, gas and smoke detectors.
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Loop checking and trouble shooting of instruments.
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Checking and replacements of temperature points
and thermo wells.
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General maintenance of Instrumentation systems.
Instruments to be covered include but not limited to:
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Transmitters
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Control valves
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I/P Converters
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PLCs
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DCS Systems
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Process calibrators
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Plant LEL and H2S detectors
–
Solenoid and safety valves
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POSITION: INSTRUMENTATION INSTRUCTOR
Pay Schedule
(Currency conversions correct as at 07 January 2011. 1 QAR = 0.276485 AUD / 1 AUD = 3.61683 QAR. Source: xe.com)
Basic Salary
Basic Monthly Salary (QAR):
Basic Monthly Salary (AUD):
Basic Annual Salary (AUD):
15,300.00 - 18,000.00
4,231.40 - 4,978.06
50,776.80 - 59,736.72
Additional Benefits
Company Provided Accommodation – Fully furnished, including utilities
Successful applicants will be provided with fully furnished apartment accommodation located in a number of
central Doha locations, all conveniently close to various Shopping Malls and 24 hour food and beverage outlets.
Included in accommodation are all utility costs and fast connection internet.
Transport
You will be provided with a vehicle (4 door sedan).
Health and Medical Insurance
Successful applicants will receive health and medical cover (refer to attached document for details).
Tax Free Salary (Australian Passport Holders)
This project has been declared in the national interest and tax is not payable for money earned by Australian
passport holders (refer to attached document).
General Information
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Ongoing contract, minimum of 12 months.
Return flight per year (City of origin – Doha, Qatar).
Single status applies. Successful applicants are welcome to take family however all flights, visas, relocation
etc will be your responsibility.
Salary paid monthly in Qatar Riyal (QAR).
2 semesters per year, 4 term breaks, semesters are from first week of September to end July, break month
of August. Teaching hours are approximately 20 hours per week face to face plus 18-20 hours preparation
and assessment time, Sunday to Thursday from 6.30am – 2.30pm. Classroom sizes are 10 - 12 maximum
for practical and 12 - 20 maximum for theory.
Instructors will be teaching Australian qualifications, Certificates I to IV in specialised field.
Successful candidates will be required to complete Police Clearance and Medical check.
All copies of original documents must be attested as true by an authorised person at the Department
of Foreign Affairs and Qatar Embassy. Please refer to website http://www.dfat.gov.au/ for further
information.
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