Job purpose:Mechanical engineer will assist Non-marine head to ensure smooth construction & co-ordination with stake holders throughout the life cycle of the project Responsible to ensure compliance of all structural and mechanical contracts within the contractual framework. Role & Responsibilities:1. Monitoring all Mechanical & structural works independently at building & E-RTG Yard.2. Ensure that the execution to be as per drawings & specifications.3. Prepare the detailed schedule for fabrication, erection & commissioning w.r.t. baseline schedule.4. Prepare BOM and procurement planning.5. Ensure all execution & commissioning as per QAP & SOP.6. Ensure all execution as per the HSE norms and guidelines.7. Prepare AGILE documents related to Mechanical & Structural works.8. Ensure Contractor performance on time, assess the resources deploying by contractors. 9. Assist QS/ Billing for contractor bill certification in Structural & Mechanical works.10. Review contractor MIS report to address delay, concerns, area to be improved etc. 11. Identify the interfaces and prior discuss with project control/ project manager
- Graduate Engineer (Mechanical) - Minimum 10 Years with 2 nos large EPC Project (Port experience would be relevant)
Rewards & Recognition
ADANI Group is a global conglomerate & Adani Ports is India's largest private port operator
- Opportunities for promotion
- Possibility for job training
- Learn new skills and techniques
About Adani GroupThe Adani Group is an integrated business conglomerate in India which consists of six publicly traded companies with combined revenues of $13 billion. Founded in 1988, Adani has grown to become a global integrated infrastructure player with businesses in key industry verticals - resources, logistics, energy and agro. The integrated model is well adapted to the infrastructure challenges of the emerging economies. With expanding global footprints across Australia, Bangladesh, China, Dubai, Indonesia, Myanmar, Singapore, and the United States the group’s vision is to enrich lives and contribute to nations in building infrastructure through sustainable value creation. More than 3.2 million people across India have benefited through the group’s community empowerment initiatives focusing across sectors such as Education, Health, Sustainable Livelihood, and Community Infrastructure Development.Ports & TerminalsBeing India’s largest commercial port operator, we are contributing to the country’s growing trade. Its spread across 10 domestic ports in six maritime states – Gujarat, Goa, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and Odisha – lend it a national presence. The port facilities are equipped with the latest cargo-handling infrastructure which is not only best-in-class, but also capable of handling the largest vessels calling at Indian shores. Our ports are equipped to handle diverse cargos – dry cargo, liquid cargo, crude and containers.