Execute assigned project engineeringresponsibilities (see Key Result Areas below) for Mechanical equipment (LLE / Critical Path, Company-
assigned PO) toensure technical and quality objectives are met within the approved scope andschedule.
Execute assigned project engineering responsibilities (see Key ResultAreas below) for Mechanical equipment (LLE / Critical Path, Company-
assignedPO) to ensure execution, technical and quality objectives are met within theapproved scope and schedule.
Drives the EPCContractor’s (and sub-supplier’s) engineering execution of mechanical equipmentscope which includes handling and administration of purchase order deliverables, adherence toengineering execution and quality surveillance plans, tracking / reporting onimplementation of agreed lessons learned, attending quality audits andtechnical reviews.
CoordinatesCompany’s / Contractor’s / 3rd-Party involvement in FMEA / C&E / HAZOP workshops,Spare Parts / EPL workshops and machine Design Audit reviews.
Provides inputto periodic management level project review meetings and reports, generalproject expediting to support vendor’s (and the EPC Contractor’s) overallproject schedule, fulfilment of NFE Onshore Project’s vendor documentation(DFO) requirements and spare parts (EPL) requirements.
Liaise with theNFE Onshore Project’s resident Vendor Quality Surveillance Engineer (VQSE),3rd Party Quality Inspector(s), the EPC Contractor’s resident engineering andquality assurance representatives at OEM sites (and associated manufacturinglocations) and with other Area Engineer subordinates (located at the samelocation or at key sub-
suppliers for this PO, as required) and with the OEM ProjectManagement team and the broader OEM organization through completion of all equipmentPO deliverables to the extent necessary to ensure satisfactory completion ofthe above objectives.
Support the NFE Onshore Project Team (based in the EPC Contractor’s homeoffice) by providing an additional technical and procurement resource,information, expediting, validation / monitoring of vendor’s reported monthlyprogress metrics (KPI)’s, tracking and reporting commercial / technical issueidentification and resolution plans.
Providesliaison between the primary interfacing organizations (NFE Onshore Project / EPC Contractor / OEMs) and Stakeholders (e.g. OPCO) as required.
Positionreports directly (formally) to Head Mechanical Engineer located at the EPCContractor’s home office, and communicates cooperatively (informally) with thePMT all levels of the engineering, business and administrative staff at EPCContractor’s home office.
The position supports the PMT’s Head Mechanical Engineer based at EPC Contractor’shome office; who is ultimately responsible for the technical integrity ofcritical systems.
Works in a projectenvironment in which the incumbent strives to achieve best in class Safety,Health, Environmental & Security performance by creating a culture thatencourages everyone to perform their best every day on every task.
Works in a highly visibleproject environment with large capital expenditures and significant scheduleexecution pressures.
Works effectively withinestablished policies and procedures, and participates in the furtherdevelopment of these to meet changing needs.
Works in a dynamic teamenvironment that has high expectations for flawless project execution insafety, quality, cost and schedule performance which requires the incumbent todemonstrate accuracy, initiative and the ability to multi-
task as essentialskills.
Demonstrates willingness totackle a variety of tasks in response to evolving business needs.
Excellent written andverbal communication skills.
Minimum of ten (15) yearsbroad experience in all project phases i.e. engineering, procurement, andconstruction, with at least five (5) years specific involvement in major Oiland Gas process facilities, preferably LNG design engineering and executionthrough handover to Owner.
Requires demonstrated broad Mechanical experience (large vessels,heat exchangers, packaged equipment) and familiarity with relevantmanufacturing processes and relevant industry codes ( ASME SecVIII Div 1 &2, TEMA, API 650)
Experience withContractors, vendors and sub-vendors, in particular those involved in theconstruction of onshore facilities.
Minimum5 years living / working outside home country (expat status