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  • Job reference: RMS0147755

Offshore Methods Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Perth
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 17/09/2014
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The Company:
Our client is a leading global EPC contractor, employing over 50,000 people across world. They are a technical leader, operating in some of the worlds most challenging Oil and Gas environments.

The Role:
Offshore Methods Engineer:
• Draw up definitions and detailed specifications of tasks
• Identify technical problems and make the necessary technical decisions within the contractual requirements limitations
• Report to Offshore Method Lead
• Notify his direct responsible and the Project Manager of any problems occurring with any other engineering areas
• Perform all the engineering verifications and calculations necessary for the methodology to be implemented
• Supervise and verify the drafting describing the methodology to be implemented
• Summaries and clarify in a manual all methodology activities, clearly identifying the show stoppers (if any). Transfer inside the manual all useful data derived by analyses performed by others
• Ensure that the operation people on board of the vessel receive all useful data in form of reports, manuals, drawings
• Follow up activities offshore or in any construction place deemed necessary by the project
• Perform structure installation/construction and design all installation aids
• Install offshore pipelines and subsea items including specific ancillaries in agreement and liaising with drafting department, lead methods and vessel operations
• Interpretation of installation engineering results relevant to the activity

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Degree in Mechanical Engineering and/or Civil Engineering and/or Offshore Engineering or equivalent
5-10 years experience in the Oil and Gas
Previous experience with pipe laying projects and line pipe transportation
Deep knowledge of Offshore Engineering standard codes and regulations

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