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  • Job reference: RMS0111615

Construction Engineer - Instrumentation

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: Western Australia - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 09/07/2012
  • Time left:
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    (16/07/12)
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The Company:
An international EPC Company involved in LNG and Mining Projects.

The Role:
The Gorgon Project includes offshore production facilities consisting of two new offshore producing fields connected by transmission pipelines to Barrow Island where downstream scope includes construction camp, related utilities, logistics areas and equipment, gas treatment, LNG liquefaction, LNG storage and LNG load out facilities.
The Construction Engineer – E&I will work with an integrated owner / contractor site team and lead the branch of the Site Engineering Team (up to 8 direct reports) that is responsible for technical (design) assurance of the downstream electrical / instrumentation systems for temporary facilities and the LNG Plant facility through
• prompt resolution of RFIs (Requests for Information), TQs (Technical Queries), CRs (Concession Requests), NCRs (Non-Conformance Reports), etc. which will come to the Site Engineering Team through the ATSMs (Assistant Technical Services Managers)
• knowledge and application of project processes and procedures and project / industry / Australian codes, standards and specifications
• liaison with engineering personnel at the POC (Perth Operating Centre), LOC (London Operating Centre), and other operating centres
• liaison with site Construction Engineers, ATSMs and other stakeholders (such as offsite module yards)
• support of commissioning and handover activities
• support of small infrastructure projects

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
• Electrical Engineering degree or equivalent
• 15+ years of engineering experience of which 7+ are field experience in support of construction
• Ability to build effective working relationships across a multi-functional and multi-cultural organization
• Experience with Australian and international codes and standards applicable to this project
• Experience working with an integrated (owner / contractor) team is desirable
• Understanding of and commitment to leading and implementing the IIF (Incident and Injury Free) culture and safe work practices

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
• Engineering management experience desirable
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