Environmental Engineer - AL 01T3
- B. Sc. Engg. Environment / Chemical
- Minimum 8 years total post graduation experience
- Minimum 5 years post graduation experience in oil and gas
- Minimum 5 years experience in same role
- Must have a proven track record with multi-project(s) construction management in the Environmental projects.
- Co-ordination of specified tasks within the environment engineering discipline.
- Responsible for the progress and quality of assigned tasks within the environment area, including the supervision of engineers and graduates.
- To ensure all work carried out conforms with agreed codes and practices, meets all requirements of the contracts specification and ensure all work is carried out within agreed schedules, budgets and procedures.
- To provide innovative and cost effective solutions to clients for operating problems and capacity constraints in their existing oil and gas and petrochemical operations.
- Management, technical execution and completion of engineering assigned tasks in a specific Environment discipline area.
- Assisting the project engineers in the co-ordination and preparation of input into the contract documents for each discipline area, including design criteria, scope of work, procedures and design approach.
- Liaison and co-ordination with other engineers and discipline groups on the contract to effect timely production of deliverables.
- Manage studies and Environment-orientated projects as assigned.
- Development and improvement of company standards and Environment design methods.
- Technical writing activities, in particular, production of technical reports and operating manuals.
- Training and mentoring of new Environment engineering graduates to enable them to achieve professional membership.
- Quality Assurance – Responsible for working within the provisions and guidelines of the Quality Assurance system relevant to the Oil and Gas Business Unit.
- Safety – Responsible for personal safety safe working practices for the Oil and Gas Business Unit. Understand and follow OH&S procedures.