Vacancy for Principal Welding and Materials Engineer in SingaporeJobs 24.03.2020
Deadline: 30 april 2020
- Acting as a focal point within discipline
- Plan, produce, review and approve (as applicable) Subsea 7 specifications and related technical documents covering all materials, fabrication and welding aspects associated with subsea structure/ pipeline design, construction and installation.
- Review client generated specifications and related documents pertaining to materials, fabrication and welding.
- Review and approve contractor/subcontractor/ vendor welding procedures and related documents.
- Provide specialist technical support to projects, fabrications sites and other disciplines within Subsea 7 with regard to materials selection and solution of technical issues generally.
- On behalf of projects, liaise with client and contractor /subcontractor /vendor discipline personnel on all matters relating to materials & welding.
- Liaise with third party certification bodies where appropriate.
- Contribute to bid process broadly as described above.
- Where appropriate delegate above tasks to suitably experienced engineers and/ or provide support and coaching in these activities to less experienced members of team.
- Maintain both personal and team knowledge base
- Maintain awareness of recognised industry codes and standards) relevant to materials and welding discipline. (eg API 5L, DNV OS-F101, BS 4515, EEMUA 158,Norsok etc.etc) providing advice and guidance on interpretation and use where appropriate.
- Provide engineering assistance during mobilisations and occasional periods of offshore or site working.
- Manage and allocate personnel to following up of sub-contractor qualification, preparation for fabrication, packages and fabrication welding with regards to quality, schedule, budget, contract and documentation
- Advice in technical contract issues – VO work.
- Provide specialist skills, integrity and knowledge in key areas of discipline engineering, including design codes, legislative requirements and current good engineering practice.
- Understand clients’ needs; identify and address design parameters and problems; develop and implement solutions.
- Independently evaluate, organise and prioritise work for self and others.
- Undertake responsibility for production of deliverables, which may include engineering support to DO, design calculations, specifications, procedures, analyses, progress reports, bid evaluations, study reports and various 3rd-party submissions.
- Sign and issue technical documentation as originator checker or approver, accepting personal responsibility for its adequacy.
- Ensure all relevant safety objectives and legal requirements are observed.
- Actively participate in relevant training, review and development of new technology to pursue continuing professional development.
- Ensure project fitness-for-purpose, HS&E compliance and adherence to project budget & schedule.
- Train / mentor more junior engineers.
- Recognise and accept HSE Roles & Responsibilities as defined in DOC-GL-HSE-001
- Ability to lead and function within a design team and across multiple projects.
- Ability to prioritise own and others’ workload, manage time accordingly and inform team members where constraints will affect a project in terms of programme or budget.
- Manage interfaces within a project structure, including other disciplines, drawing office, document control, project management, client and suppliers.
- Manage change control within own remit on a project. Inform team members where constraints will affect a project in terms of programme or budget.
- Demonstrable ability to work within time/budget constraints
- Operate within the Business Code of Conduct.
- Operate according to Subsea 7’s Management Principles.