Field Engineer - Electrical & Instrumentation
This includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Performing inspections and initiating supporting documentation for all discipline system installations on an ongoing basis.
- Providing support to field supervision in establishing requirements for manpower, tools, equipment, and material requirements for a given work evolution
- Developing installation work packages for scopes of work in support of the construction schedule
- Preparing short- and long-term schedules, and interfacing with the superintendents and other discipline field engineers
- Executing field material takeoffs from "Issued For Construction" drawings
- providing input to the quantity tracking applications and reporting on weekly installed quantities to Project Controls
- Preparing field material requisitions for equipment and materials, and monitoring status of purchase orders and deliveries
- Assisting field procurement in receipt inspection and reporting of associated equipment and materials and preventive maintenance requirements
- Trouble-shooting the design, resolving issues with engineering and/or fabricator using formal field documentation processes
- Ensuring all installations are per latest revisions of design drawings, specifications, standards and codes
- Acting as point of contact for coordination and resolution of all technical issues related to select subcontractors on site who provide technical services for the execution of the permanent plant electrical systems scope of work, including initiating all formal subcontract change documentation to support the subcontract administrator
- Completing and verifying quality documentation per inspection and test plans
- Completing final system walk-downs, deficiency tracking and close-out
- Completing and reviewing as-built documentation
- Monitoring actual work performance compared to the project budget and schedule
- Degree in any of the engineering disciplines or equivalent work experience/qualifications. Recommended work experience 8-10 years.
- Knowledge of engineering and construction methods and processes customarily acquired over time through specialized instruction or practical experience
- Experience managing technical services subcontracts is desirable
- Demonstrated ability to manage teams
- Displays effective communications skills crucial to motivating team members and presenting plans in a clear and concise manner
- Computer literate in word processing, spreadsheet and database applications
- Excellent problem solving ability
- On a large project, functions as a lead discipline engineer, coordinating related discipline activities and interfacing with other areas/disciplines on the jobsite.
- On a small to medium-sized project, performs the duties of a lead engineer in an area, coordinating and directing a variety of disciplines, or performs the duties as a Project Field Engineer or Project Field Quality Control Engineer coordinating activities related to the operation of the assigned operating section of the jobsite.
- On a large project, independently performs assigned activities in one discipline, interfacing with other disciplines in all areas of the jobsite.
- On a small to medium-sized project, functions as a lead discipline engineer, coordinating related discipline activities and interfacing with other areas/disciplines on the jobsite.