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  • Job reference: RMS0145376

TURRET & HULL PVV ENGINEER

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Netherlands - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 28/07/2014
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (05/08/14)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
Our client is an international oil & gas operator.

The Role:
The service holder assists the Turret & Mooring Engineering Leader and Hull Leader, providing advice and offering solutions to any encountered problems and, takes part in all the activities related to the PVV (Piping/Valves/Vessels –
the Discipline), throughout all the phases of the project (engineering, inspections and FAT’s, construction, commissioning, installation, start-up…) for the 2 converted FPSO’s for the Project.
As such, the service holder participates in the development of Turret and Hull Detailed Engineering by Contractor
(control of Contractor’s documentation with regard to specifications and contractual requirements). The job holder shall remain, during the construction / installation / commissioning phases, the correspondent for any Turret and Hull related issues occurring, providing analysis and responses to discipline related technical deviation requests.
The service holder will ensure to maintain the project schedule for its disciplines, while making sure that the associated Contractor deliverables are in compliance with project specific documentation (HSE minimum requirement, Functional
Specification, FPSO Integrity Minimum Requirements).
The service holder shall also ensure that all related engineering interfaces with 3rd party supplied packages (SPS,
SURF, SOOC…) are duly dealt with.
The service holder shall liaise with other technical engineers (from other FPSO packages) in order to ensure consistent technical solutions across the facility.
The service holder shall have a good understanding of piping/valves/vessels codes and standards, design, materials, and related fabrication process. Additionally, the job holder shall have an overall good understanding of piping stress
analysis and layout reviews.
- Additional considerations for the Turret Scope
a. The service holder shall liaise with the SURF and Operation Groups to ensure the pigging requirements
affecting the Turret layout are duly dealt with at the early stages of the project.
b. In addition to having a good understanding of the piping code (ASME B31.3), the job holder shall be
conversant with the “pipeline” codes (ASME B31.4/B31.8) employed for the turret piggable sections.
- Additional considerations for the Hull Scope
a. The service holder shall be familiar with marine piping systems and equipment as well as related
conversion activities.
b. The service holder shall ensure proper piping arrangements are being designed and implemented between
existing and new systems.
c. The service holder shall have an overall good understanding of BV Classification Rules and shall ensure
that the Contractor documentation is adhered to such rules.
The service holder reports for Turret subjects to the Turret & Mooring Engineering Leader (and, in his absence, to the
Turret Leader and his deputy), highlighting any problem / concern encountered in the performance of his duties.
The service holder reports for Hull subjects to the Hull Leader (and, in his absence, to his deputy), highlighting any problem / concern encountered in the performance of his duties.
The service holder is also accountable for demonstrating an exemplary behaviour with regard to HSSE, for implementing HSSE requirements within his area of responsibility and for ensuring that HSSE issues are correctly handled in all the Turret technical documentation.

ACTIVITIES:
1. To adopt and demonstrate an exemplary behaviour with regard to HSSE and to implement HSSE rules and requirements within his area of responsibility and to ensure that HSSE issues are correctly handled in all the Piping/Valves/Vessels Turret technical documentation.
2. To be informed of discipline-related Rules and Specifications, international norms and standards, taking knowledge from them for application to the Project
3. To participate to the oversight of Detailed Engineering by timely review/validation of the documentation related to the disciplines issued by Contractors (technical documentation /queries / derogation requests), in compliance Project specifications and procedures, General Specifications, Discipline requirements and international norms and standards with the objective to ensure compliance with project contractual documentation and schedule, and to optimise costs without impacting required level of Quality and Safety.
Raise consequently necessary comments and highlight unsafe design, deviations, unacceptable / unjustified design choices, constructability issues....
4. To attend to necessary internal meetings or meetings with Contractors
5. To participate, as necessary, to the vendors / suppliers pre-qualification / qualification with
regard to his discipline
6. To interface actively with other discipline engineers and other package engineers between turret/hull and topsides areas as necessary on all engineering, procurement, constructability, commissioning, operability and maintainability matters, in order to ensure consistency of the work
7. To participate to interface management wrt to his discipline in liaison with the Package
Interface Engineer.
8. To participate to the resolution of any related-discipline problem occurring during the Execution Phase, to advice on technical deviation request and to keep updated the documentation related to his discipline.
The job holder will make sure that the associated specifications are in compliance with project specific documentation (HSSE minimum requirement, Functional Specification…).
9. To participate in inspections and Factory Acceptance Tests, analysis of results and advising on any changes or complement in the program.
10. To participate in the installation, tests and commissioning wrt the discipline, as well as the handover to Operation teams.
11. To ensure that safe working practices are used within the team along all phases of project
12. To ensure adequate and timely reporting to the Turret & Mooring Engineering Leader (progress, concerns) and Hull Leader, and, as a general manner, anticipates problems, optimizes, improves, offers solutions with regards to his discipline.
13. To ensure confidentiality of all the discipline-related documentation produced (whatever its
support)
14. To gather ‘lessons learnt’ and provide feedback to Turret & Mooring Engineering Leader and Hull Leader

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Professional Experience (years): +/- 10
Experience in similar position (years): +/- 5
 Previous experience as Piping Engineer for offshore facilities during detailed engineering level is necessary
 Good overall understanding of the Piping/Valves/Vessels engineering SoW during detailed engineering is necessary
 Previous experience with marine piping systems is necessary
 Previous experience with turret piping systems is desired
Level / Diploma: Engineer
Languages: English mandatory
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