Job Overview :
Perform conceptual, FEED, and detailed analyses and design as per design basis, project specifications, design codes and standards.
Apply in-depth skills and broad knowledge of the business to address complex problems and nonstandard situations. Prepare clear and accurate detailed design calculations and analyses including design reports and procedures.
Manage own time to meet objectives, and (as Lead Engineer) forecast and plan resource requirements. Clearly communicate and explain difficult concepts and persuade others to adopt a point of view.
When acting as Lead Engineer, in addition : Direct small or medium Electrical Engineering team as a Lead Engineer; Lead the Discipline engineering design of the assigned work area and complete within planned schedule and bud et, in accordance with standards, MDR and projects specific procedures and to a high professional standard;
Plan, organize and direct all aspects of Discipline execution on the assigned project including scope, deliverables, schedule and all manpower resources - agree allocations with the Discipline Manager;
Ensure interfaces and deliverables are clearly identified; Maintain responsibility for progress and productivity, identifying any required corrective action;
Act as project representative for the Discipline during meetings with Project Team Customer discipline lead and relevant agencies such as certifying authorities, auditors, third parties, etc.
Key Tasks and Responsibilities :
Become fully familiar with the project scope of work, specifications, schedule and all inter-discipline requirements; including identifying concerns as early as practicable and taking appropriate initiatives to address the issues.
Interpret contractual requirements as they relate to engineering execution.
Identify changes to scope and promptly raise change notifications, including providing any necessary supporting documentation and estimates.
Provide similar support for Variation Orders.
Interface with all disciplines to develop clash free designs.
Interface with other departments to obtain input for Discipline designs and drawings.
Maintain close co-ordination with other engineering disciplines, Planning, Fabrication, Marine, and Project Management Team, as required.
Document substantive communications (communications that result in significant decisions or assignment of actions) and forward copies to Discipline Lead Engineer and Discipline Manager.
Prepare estimates for bid proposals, including technical query reviews, execution statements and manhour estimates, identifying software requirements and any other project-specific requirements.
Raise technical queries to obtain missing information, clarify work scope, and to maintain preferred McDermott procedures, specifications, standards, practices and operational requirements.
Prepare, review, and (as Lead Engineer) approve Discipline engineering design basis, philosophies, and technical specifications.
Participate in finalizing deliverables lists and deliverables, ensuring compliance with specifications and functional integrity.
Review project schedule and fabrication schedule in relation to construction sequence, milestones, and engineering scope.
Attend project kickoff and review meetings, vendor meetings, engineering meetings and offshore site surveys, as required.
Provide technical direction and review of Designers producing products related to Electrical Engineering.
Prepare, review, and (as Lead Engineer) approve design reports and procedures.
Assist in providing necessary design inputs to other disciplines to enable them in proceeding with their deliverables.
Assist procurement personnel in procuring Discipline equipment, materials and services; ensuring that work produced complies with Customer objectives and procedures.
Procurement assistance includes preparing, reviewing, and (as Lead Engineer) approving requisitions, evaluating technical quotations and preparing queries, compiling bid tabulations and recommendations, preparing purchase requisitions, and coordinating with Procurement to expedite vendor documents, as directed by Discipline Lead Engineer.
Assist in updating weight report based on receipt of vendor information.
Review and (as Lead Engineer) approve vendor and subcontractor submittals, checking for compliance with project specifications and providing comments as necessary.
Review and (as Lead Engineer) approve design verification through single-discipline check / interdisciplines check (IDC).
Provide technical support to fabrication queries, including identifying defect / rectification requirements.
Keep the Discipline Manager and Project Management Team apprised of all activities and concerns, technical, budgetary and manpower related.
Assist in providing inputs for actual, planning and forecasting progress reports including associated productivity.
Check final subcontractor and vendor data manuals to ensure that all requested data has been received and approved.
Present issues and problems to Customers in a timely manner and assist Lead Engineer in negotiating resolution in accordance with project and company requirements.
Perform (as required) Technical Quality Audit reviews in accordance with MDR Global Procedures.
Assist Lead Engineer with responses to Customer and other agencies (such as certifying authorities, auditors, third parties, etc.
on their review and approval.
Capture lessons learned and enter into MDR's Lessons Learned system.
Capture Knowledge Objects and enter into MDR's K.now system.
Guide less experienced engineers on MDR and Discipline procedures, standards, worksheets, design calculations, software, requisitions, technical bid evaluations, technical queries, etc.
Supervise and guide assigned engineers and coordinate with project Lead Designers for Discipline engineering and design deliverables.
Responsible for the engineering integrity of the assigned work area
Monitor costs of own work processes.
Assist in the maintenance of departmental technical guidelines and standard calculation notes.
Participate in development and maintenance of Global Procedures, Software, and Standards.
May participate in standards development committees or task groups such as API.
Develop communication and presentation skills (e.g., write technical papers, participate in conferences and / or seminars, present design solutions, and / or present topics at "lunch and learns"; etc.).
Identify and provide training to staff in specific techniques and proprietary software.
Provide information on employee performance to the Discipline Manager.
Assist Discipline manager in interviewing job applicants.
Review and (as Lead Engineer) approve material lists, P&lD, etc. for Electrical & Instrument equipment / systems and services for detailing scope including for F&G and Telecomm. Systems.
Update and (as Lead Engineer) approve specifications and data sheets for Electrical, Instrument, F&G and Telecommunication equipment and bulk materials.
Review and (as Lead Engineer) approve Electrical system studies / calculations.
Prepare, review and (as Lead Engineer) approve one-line diagrams and schematics diagrams.
Prepare, review and (as Lead Engineer) approve electrical equipment building layout drawings.
Prepare, review (as Lead Engineer) and approve DCS / ESD system detail engineering.
Prepare, review and (as Lead Engineer) approve lighting calculations / illumination study for platform lighting system.
Prepare, review and (as Lead Engineer) approve load lists or update load lists issued by Customer.
Coordinate and arrange for equipment inspection, FAT.
Participate in FAT & inspection and preparation & resolution of punch lists on arrival of skid / material.
Prepare, review and (as Lead Engineer) approve spare part lists and preservation reports.
Review and (as Lead Engineer) approve Pre-commissioning and commissioning index and provide technical assistance on site during pre-commissioning and start-up as required.
Review and provide input to secondary cable routing (branch cable trays, channel trays, single tubing, etc.) where detailing not done.
Advise fabrication yard of installation locations for small E&l equipment that are not sufficiently detailed in the AFC drawings.
Prepare, review and (as Lead Engineer) approve cable drum schedules.
Identify special tools, equipment and requirements for commissioning and Hook-up.
Prepare / review Hook-up installation procedures, offshore survey for tie-ins etc.
Identify the materials required for offshore hook-up.
Coordinate with vendors for installation and pre-comm / commissioning.
Coordinate work content split between onshore fabrication and installation and Offshore installation and Hook-up.
Review and check electrical equipment list.
Participate in the checking and (as Lead Engineer) approval of key discipline deliverables such as : All electrical studies using approved software.
C&E chart and ESD logic diagrams. Specifications, Data sheets, Requisitions, TBEs. SLD, Interconnection and trouble-shooting drawings.
Hazardous area classification drawings. Instrument and F&G detector layout. Electrical Load list. Lighting calculations & lighting layout.
Error log reports. Participate in HAZOP and SIL Studies. Provide E&l input to pre-comm. activities and offshore hook-ups.
When acting as Lead Engineer, in addition : Act as project-based Discipline point of contact in communications and meetings with Customer counterparts.
Ensure substantive communications are documented. Prepare bid's and project's Discipline engineering budget and execution plans, updating as required.
Identify project staff needs based on knowledge of individual engineer's skill sets and provide requests to the Discipline manager.
Plan, organize and assign tasks, responsibilities, and manhour budgets to the discipline team, and verify tasks are completed within budgets.
Plan Discipline Level 4 detail deliverable schedule / register compliant with the overall execution plan.
Prepare working forecasts identifying change managementp lans, corrective action and real-time schedule.
Provide Discipline inputs for actual, planning and forecasting progress reports including associated productivity.
Alert project team of any deviation from the scope or a need for change order.
Monitor KPI measurement results, and take corrective action as necessary to improve Discipline performance, including performance at interfaces with others.
Coordinate with other Discipline Lead Engineers and Designers to ensure timely receipt of necessary design inputs.
Review and approve requisitions, technical quotation evaluations and queries, compiled bid tabulations and recommendations, and purchase requisitions;
and coordinate with Procurement to expedite vendor documents as required.
Lead the Discipline team during project audits (internal, Customer and third party technical audits) and Design Reviews.
Review comments from Customers & other agencies on documents and drawings produced by the team, and resolve and give guidance on their update and incorporation.
Assist Discipline manager in the preparation of quarterly forecasts and manpower planning.
Anticipate project engineering needs and plan accordingly.
Coordinate with vendor for discipline managed / procured items.
Assist Discipline manager and Project Engineering Manager or Project Manager in Performance Evaluation of project team members.
Essential Qualifications and Education :
Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering
Master Degree is Preferred)
10+ yrs in oil and gas with major contractor or consultant predominantly performing detail design of offshore facilities
Detailed knowledge of design techniques and analysis methods, and detailed knowledge of the theory, content and application of standards, codes and guidelines as applicable for offshore.
Knowledgeable in project coordination and execution skills.
Preferably Registered Professional Engineer or member of professional engineering society
Company Overview and Core Values :
McDermott is a premier, fully-integrated provider of technology, engineering and construction solutions to the energy industry.
For more than a century, customers have trusted McDermott to design and build end-to-end infrastructure and technology solutions from the wellhead to the storage tank to transport and transform oil and gas into the products the world needs today.
At McDermott, we hold all employees accountable to follow our 5 core values.
Integrity we maintain a firm adherence to legal and ethical conduct
One Team we are one company, where everyone is equally important
Go Beyond we seek courageous and creative solutions
Well-Being we promote all forms of well-being
Commitment we are reliable and dependable in delivering quality solutions