Subsea Hardware Engineer

22 November 2019



Subsea Hardware Engineer - Atlantice Region
Work Schedule: 40 hours/week
Safety Sensitive checks: offshore medical, driver's abstract, Drug & Alcohol
Travel: maybe required

Our client is currently looking for a Subsea Hardware Engineer to join the Atlantic Region Operations Subsea Team. The Subsea Hardware Engineer is responsible for supporting the Subsea Equipment & Services team's objectives to progress wells through the well planning process, including rigid spool design and fabrication management, managing spare equipment orders, and supporting the Subsea Operations team in technical reviews and troubleshooting. This also includes managing local fabrication scopes and witnessing equipment testing.

Specific responsibilities will include:

* Witnessing Subsea equipment testing.
* Evaluating technical queries and MOCs from contractors and other departments.
* Providing technical input into and management of operational spares orders.
* Completing engineering studies and/or overseeing 3rd party studies for Subsea equipment - integrity, life extension, brownfield reviews, optimizations, etc..
* Management of local service contractor. Includes oversight of equipment preparation, shop and engineering work scope planning, timesheet approval and goods receipt of materials.
* Assisting with engineering and fabrication of rigid spools and providing support as necessary.
* Managing local fabrication scopes as needed (i.e. wet park frames, pressure caps, new splitters/structures, etc.).
* Supporting Subsea Operations team with operational / ad-hoc challenges.
* Participating in the well design process and generating or coordinating generation of Subsea documentation (detailed engineering) for wells, such as long lead equipment design envelopes, Subsea design basis, identification, definition and evaluation of well options - controls studies, ROV access studies, flow assurance, software, equipment specifications (i.e. new SDU or GLSM), detailed design documents for equipment - drawings, specs, BOMs, QPs, ITPs, etc..
* Participating in the Emergency Response Team through an on-call role on a rotating basis.
* Travel offshore on Subsea intervention vessel may be required.

Must Have qualifications:

* Bachelor of Engineering Degree.
* Member in good standing or eligible for registration with Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Newfoundland and Labrador (PEGNL).
* Minimum of 5 years' engineering experience.
* Minimum of 3 years' experience in the oil and gas industry.
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
* Strong problem-solving skills.
* Strong computer skills including proficiency with Microsoft Office applications

Nice to have qualifications:

* Experience with contract/contractor management.
* Experience with subsea equipment and testing.
* Offshore experience on an installation or intervention vessel


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