Reporting to the project Engineering Manager, the Project Engineer will be a key contact between plant personnel and the project's contractors and consultants.
What you will do:
- Work on a revamp project involving the ammonia and urea plants
- Work with both internal plant personnel and external consultants/contractors to help progress the technical parts of the project through design, construction, commissioning, and startup
- Coordinate the flow of technical information between the client, engineering contractor, construction contractor, and other external parties.
- Manage a request-for-information (RFI) system and ensure requests are driven to conclusion and properly documented.
- Find answers to questions among the plant's various data storage locations (both electronic and paper).
- Ensure all standards/practices/checklists/codes are followed as required. Ensure advice from central engineering is sought and well-documented. Do not underestimate this task!
- Ensure all engineering work meets APEGA requirements and client's PPMP.
- Ensure all necessary engineering reviews are done and adequately followed up on, per client project management practices.
- Use your own technical knowledge and expertise as necessary to provide advice to the project.
- Review technical drawings, answer questions, clarify requirements, and generally ensure the project is achieving goals.
- Ensure that review and commenting activities (both internal and external) are done in a timely manner.
- Ensure all licensor requirements are incorporated into the detailed design.
- Visit the operating units to look at operating conditions, verify field installations, take contractors on tours, etc.
- Conduct/coordinate field reviews during the design and construction phases to minimize construction conflicts.
What you will bring:
- Bachelor's degree in Engineering
- Professional Engineer designation or immediately eligible
- Minimum 10 years' experience in mechanical or process engineering role. Experience on major capital projects and interfacing with engineering and supplier companies is preferred.
- Owner experience in a plant environment
- Excellent interpersonal communication skills
- Proven experience with planning, problem solving, and organization of complex projects
- Proficiency in computer applications including Office and SAP
- Knowledge of ammonia, urea, or syngas production
- Familiarity with other engineering disciplines (eg. mechanical, instrumentation, etc.)
- Previous experience in major capital projects
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