The Project Engineer (PE) will work closely with the Sr. Project Manager (PM) and provide technical expertise and leadership in the development of refinery capital projects ranging from $0.3MM to $35MM. The Project engineer will work closely with other contract engineering firms, owner discipline engineering subject matter experts (SME’s), inspection, operations and maintenance teams.
Providing single point of accountability and coordination of multidiscipline project engineering teams
Effectively champion and steward project safety, safety in design, environmental requirements, engineering quality, project costs and project schedule
Identify, facilitate and champion appropriate project specific value improving practices (VIP’s)
Effectively champion and steward refinery process safety management (PSM) process and procedures including management of change (MOC), Process Hazards Analysis (PHA) etc.
Learn, oversee and solicit input from subject matter experts (SME’s) as required to ensure project compliance to the Refinery Engineering Practices (REP’s)
As needed, initiate and facilitate deviations.
Effectively facilitate, champion and coordinate operational, maintenance and turnaround team’s involvement to ensure project operability and maintainability
Ability to author and maintain scope, cost and schedule progress reports, costs, forecasts and schedules
Effectively facilitate, coordinate and document review meetings and technical proceedings
Initiates & applies document control procedures
Establish tracking document registers of all documentation relating to the project and facilitate resolution and closure
Execute and facilitate project closure
Bachelor's Degree, Mechanical Engineer
Five (5) or more years of oil refining or chemical experience
Two (2) or more years of oil refining or petrochemical experience with projects greater than $0.3MM, either as a project engineer or engineering discipline lead.
Has clearly demonstrated strong engineering competence and critical problem-solving skills in team work environments.
Must currently hold or be able to qualify to receive a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card.
Competent in the practice and understanding of the capital project gated processes
Familiar with value improving practices (VIP’s)
Experience in PSM, PHA and MOC practices and processes
Construction field engineering experience