1. Responsibility for all technical aspects of the assigned project
2. Reviews the functional and client specifications along with the system and product engineers.
3. Reviews relevant design data from client (including safety and environmental issues), regulatory requirements and initiates preparation of the Design Basis Memorandum.
4. Specifies any codes and standards applicable to each sub-system over and above those specified by the client. Typical example would be the use of the relevant Cameron in house engineering standards.
5. Responsible for managing the total project engineering effort. Engineers at other facilities to that of the project team will also follow daily directions given by the relevant worksite management.
Job Requirements/ Qualifications
- Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or similar technical field plus 10 years' related experience. Post graduate education such as a Masters or PhD in Engineering may be substituted for up to 2 or 3 year's experience respectively.
- 2 or more years' management experience.
- Thorough knowledge of all aspects of a production control systems and Engineering, Production, and Contraction (EPC) contracts.
- Experience on offshore systems projects or EPC contracts.
- Knowledge of Cameron products
- Project Management Certification (CMP)
- Black Belt or Green Belt certification
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