SENIOR PROJECT ENGINEER
Responsible for the management and coordination of a portfolio of OPEX and CAPEX modifications and projects from Initiation to Close out.
Mission to Consistently deliver safe, pragmatic and cost-efficient Engineering, Projects, Modifications and Campaigns, build a partnership with Company’s GMOC E&C contractor, working on collaborative behaviours and common goals. The Project Engineer is responsible close liaison with the Asset teams and Company’s Engineering contractors
The work scope includes both modifications (where the modifications are of a size and complexity that they cannot be managed by the operations teams) and development projects.
Support to projects at pre-sanction stage
Demonstrate safety leadership to the Projects team for ongoing projects and modifications ensure that everyone working for the Projects teams (staff & contractors) has adequate information to ensure Company HSE policies are adhered to.
Ensure employees, contracted staff and Contractor personnel are aware of the relevant systems of work and procedures.
Ensure safe working practices are carried out to minimise Lost Time Incidents, HIPOs and other reportable incidents.
Ensure that the Project Statement of Requirements and Modification pre-engineering dossier requirements are met and completed with the quality specified and within budget and time scale.
Ensure close interface with engineering and construction contractor through engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning phases to ensure successful delivery of project or modification.
Coordinate the interface between project/modification contractors and company Technical Authorities and/or discipline experts and/or Asset Management for efficient delivery of Project work.
Seek opportunities to minimise cost to company while maintaining safety.
Ensure Project risks are identified, highlighted, and managed.
Ensure verification activities are managed with IVB.
Ensure a smooth transition of project or modification delivery to Operations and close out is completed.
Monitor Contractors’ performance in accordance with contractual requirements and especially in area of safety and technical expertise to ensure all company standards are met.
Ensure Projects and Modifications Leader, Project and Engineering Manager and respective asset management team are informed of ongoing projects status.
Ensure preparation of cost forecast and budgets.
Ensure that best practice and technical innovations are shared and implemented through the company’s projects.
Ensure that projects and modifications are carried out in line with current regulations (DCR, PFEER, etc.) and Group rules.
Accountable for ensuring compliance with company project/modification governance procedures for all phases of the project process, including appropriate and complete closure of projects.
Maintain an overview of project estimation and cost control systems in the supply chain.
Support and participate in continuous improvement initiatives within the projects and modifications domain.
The range and complexity of projects and modification to existing facilities necessitates a highly professional Project Engineer to ensure that projects and major modifications are executed in a cost-effective and controlled manner, meeting all statutory and Company standards. The Project Engineer is required to have a good understanding of asset integrity and major accident hazard management.
Industry experience, and relevant project management skills (technical, planning, cost control, contracts etc.).
Degree in a recognised Engineering discipline. Membership of relevant Professional Body (chartered engineer or equivalent) is desirable.
Experience in Project Management / Project Engineering. A project management qualification or working towards same is desirable.
An ability to organise own workload and set priorities in the context of a busy portfolio of modifications.
Good understanding of offshore operations and project management.
Good working knowledge of engineering disciplines, associated technical standards, processes and relevant legislation.
Ability to create positive relations with peers and stakeholders internally and externally.
Good supervisory, written and oral communication skills and the ability to present complex technical issues in a clear and concise manner.