Project Engineer, Intermediate - jp

  • 5-8 Year
  • Surrey
  •   Posted On: October 15, 2018
  •   Skills:  Mechanical Engineering, Turbo Machinery CFD

Job Overview

Roles & Responsibilities

Responsibilities:

Liaises between the project manager and the technical disciplines involved in the design of natural gas upstream facilities (well site tie-ins, gas gathering and sales pipelines, compressor stations, gas plants, pump stations, liquids handling facilities, etc…) 

Understands and complies with client specifications, as well as Provincial and Federal regulations and codes related to the design of oil and gas pipeline systems

Sets clear objectives to the design team, including achieving productivity and budget targets

Prepares estimates and budgets, manages piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs), and performs equipment sizing and selection

Assesses procurement processes throughout the project to ensure goods meet specifications, are delivered on time, and are within budget

Coordinates tasks, work schedules, and project deliverables to ensure that project objectives are achieved

Builds and maintains healthy client relationships

Resolves difficult client and engineering problems by modifying guidelines, developing new approaches, or applying existing procedures

Recommends improvements in design standards to reduce costs, improve work quality, and facilitate maintenance

Collaborates with vendors and subcontractors to interpret project specifications and contract criteria

Liaises with different disciplines to resolve design problems, discuss project criteria, and facilitate smooth project coordination

Maintains HSE focus within the team to ensure HSE requirements included in design and procurement

Monitors cost aspects of the project within direct control

Forecasts final costs, identifies trends, and takes action to avoid cost overruns

Participates in HAZOP safety meetings

Advises on technical problems, provides guidance on material standards and specifications, and reviews work of support staff to ensure technical accuracy and adequacy

Ensures design team meets and complies with client’s stated requirements, applicable codes and regulations, and accepted engineering practices and standards

May be required to travel to the field as final inspection of all facilities

May participate in recruitment activities and may provide guidance with employee relation matters

May be responsible for signing and stamping engineering drawings

Skills and Qualifications:

Post-secondary education with a degree in Engineering or Applied Science with at least 5-8 years of work experience relevant to the oil and gas industry 

Previous work experience in an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Management company and in work involving Provincial/Federal regulations, codes, standards related to the design of oil and gas pipeline systems is preferred

Preference for centrifugal compression and gas turbine experience

Good problem-solving skills with the ability to make analytical decisions and draw conclusions from comparative conditions

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to work effectively in a team

Strong leadership capabilities with the ability to supervise a small group of professionals

Ability to coordinate small multidiscipline teams and provide competent supervision

Highly organized with strong attention to detail and accuracy

Strong understanding and application of engineering codes and standards

Professional Engineer (P. Eng.) designation or eligibility for P. Eng. Registration in EGBC is preferred

Field or site experience is desirable

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