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Subsea Engineer - Manifold & Tie In

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Perth, Western Australia
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 14/09/2017
  • Duration: 22 months
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (12/10/17)
This vacancy has now expired.

The Role:
Position Summary
The subsea hardware engineer is responsible for delivery of the subsea manifolds and tie-in system through engineering, procurement, fabrication and testing ensuring the deliverables meet Company and project requirements. They will also provide support during installation and commissioning of the manifolds and tie-in system.

Accountabilities & Responsibilities

Key Accountabilities
* Develop project specifications for the subsea manifolds and tie-in system, incorporating industry standards, company requirements and regional best practice
* Develop FEED and execute work scopes for the subsea manifolds and tie-in system for use in SEV ITT, ensuring deliverables meet company and project requirements
* Assist in evaluation and award of SPS FEED and execute work scope, interfacing with stakeholders to reach optimum project decision
* Manage delivery of the manifolds and tie-in system from the SEV ensuring the safety, quality and technical integrity of the systems is maintained throughout the process
* Interface with SURF and and export pipeline teams and contractors as required to ensure stakeholder alignment around the manifolds and tie-in system

Key Responsibilities
* Provide expert technical advice on the subsea manifolds and tie-in system, including fabrication
* Contribute to ITT preparation, evaluation and selection of SPS system solution and SEV
* Review SEV design of the subsea manifolds and tie-in system ensuring specifications and requirements are adhered to and providing company approvals where required
* Ensure safe execution of the work scope by SEV
* Ensure delivery of the subsea manifolds and tie-in system within the approved schedule and budget while maintaining quality and technical integrity through manufacture and testing
* Support relevant teams and contractors during installation, hook-up and commissioning of the subsea manifolds and tie-in system
* Work collaboratively as part of a multi-discipline SPS engineering team to deliver an integrated SPS
* Interface with SEV to build a collaborative relationship and ensure successful project delivery
* Monitor and report scope, schedule, cost and risk trends through the project phases

Leadership Competencies
* Takes Accountability
* Drives Performance
* Collaborates Effectively

Direct Reports (Supervisory Responsibility)
* None

Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) Responsibilities
Key HSE Responsibilities
* Comply with HSE policies, Life Saving Rules, procedures, goals and program, and roles and responsibilities within the Australia Business Unit West (ABUW) HSE Management System.
* Demonstrate CLEAR behaviours in line with ABU West HSE Expectations for your role.
* Actively engage in, and contribute to HSE communication and consultation processes.
* Demonstrate a commitment to establishing and meeting HSE performance targets and generate ideas for continuous HSE performance improvement.
* Understand and give primary consideration to managing the hazards and risks associated with your role and other risks that can impact our organisational objectives.


Additional HSE Responsibilities
* Apply safety in design principles to the manifolds and tie-in system, including consideration of safety through the fabrication, testing, installation and operation phases.
* Ensure CoP safety principles are adhered to by equipment vendors

The Company:
Our client is the world's largest exploration and production company with operations in over 29 countries. In Australia our client is leading the way in both upstream and downstream oil and gas projects with exciting developments for further Australia based projects ahead. As a market leader they are an enviable employer to join and be part of their continued success.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Required
* Bachelor of Science degree in a technical discipline from an accredited University or equivalent technical qualification
* Minimum 8 years of experience in the design and fabrication of subsea manifolds and tie-in systems
* Experience with fabrication of manifolds
* Experience with delivering SPS equipment, from FEED through execution and into commissioning
* Experience working with SEVs
* Understanding of operational and maintenance requirements of an SPS
* Ability to clearly and concisely communicate technical information to technical and non-technical individuals using verbal and written mediums
* Ability to build relationships with internal and external stakeholders and contribute proactively in team environments
* Analytical/technical aptitude with a practical approach to problem solving
* Ability to work effectively and positively while dealing with uncertainty and conflicting priorities


Preferred
* Experience with offshore installation of subsea man

About Fircroft:
Fircroft has been placing people in specialist technical industries for approaching half a century, focusing on mid to senior level engineers for contract and permanent roles worldwide. By applying for this job you give consent for Fircroft to contact you, via email & telephone, to discuss your application along with future positions and Fircroft's services.

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