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Responsible for producing engineering and design deliverables necessary for project and proposal execution, while ensuring conformance to codes, standards, and work instructions. Interfaces with other disciplines, field operations and project team.
Prepare and deliver work packages and tasks, according to the ECS Process Engineering Division of Responsibility (DoR) (stored in the ECS Book WI-011), to the schedule/budget and in conformance with RfQ and/or contract requirements and ECS Process Engineering procedures and standards.
Ensure all outputs are documented and archived according to applicable ISO Procedures and/or Work Instructions per location.
Ensure all outputs are following the ECS Process Engineering Check and Control procedure (stored in ECS Book Database OP-007). Typically acts as the checker.
Works independently with guidance of a Lead Process Engineer.
Applies technology design principles and tools to size equipment to meet performance requirements.
Provide support of the procurement effort for equipment and services purchased directly from vendors by ECS. Efforts included technical bid evaluation, vendor recommendation and vendor design and documentation review.
Ensure the P&ID is developed according to the DoR for P&ID development for tender and execution projects.
Ensure design modifications have no adverse impact on ability to meet process requirements.
Typically assigned as a Lead Process Engineer and/or Mentor.
Interpret project specification and design manual information.
Establishes project design criteria and required operating characteristics based on project contract documents.
Performs process optimization studies and ensure that components and system designs are selected that optimize efficiency and profitability.
Analyzes the technical proposal, contract, specifications and applicable Lessons Learned relative to process engineering in the project and ensures conformance to contract for all process engineering and material.
Schedules process-engineering work by PBS and monitor the schedule.
Assigns, monitor and check the work of the project-assigned Process Engineers (level I and II).
Estimates and monitors expended man-hours and material estimates and reports updated man-hour projections on a regular basis.
Acts as manufacturer liaison and provides technical assistance in installation, operation and performance evaluations.
Institutes new designs based on Lessons Learned Database, Cost Reduction Initiatives findings, and input from reviews (design, risk, cost and price).
Ensures the accuracy of the process engineering content provided for inclusion in the O&M Manual.
Suggests and deploys product and process improvement ideas in relation to the R&D community.
Provide presentations to clients, Architect/Engineer (A/E) and project teams as requested.
Bachelors Degree in Chemical Engineering or similar required.
Typically possesses at least >6 years experiences in oil & gas or power industries. Knowledge
Study or practice in one or more of the following areas
Simulation of reaction systems
Applicable international and local standards and specifications
Heat exchange optimization
Factors which influence cost and its relative sensitivity
Effectively listen and take instruction from Lead Process Engineers and/or assigned mentor
Able to learn to effectively communicate technical issues across disciplines, cultures, work locations, and hierarchical level. (written and verbal)
Demonstrates initiative, teamwork and commitment
Able to learn company standard software and discipline specific technical software
Able to work with designers to produce high-quality, accurate and complete engineering documents (drawings and specifications)
Able to plan and organize
Effectively communicate technical issues across disciplines, cultures, work locations, and hierarchical level. (written and verbal)
Proficient with company standard software and discipline specific technical software
Proficient at working with designers to produce high-quality, accurate and complete engineering documents (drawings and specifications)
Proficient at planning and organizing
Effectively lead discipline team assigned to project
Efficiently analyze technical risks