Principal Engineer - Construction ( Instrument Engineer)
Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently recruiting for a Principal Engineer - Construction (instruments) with extensive experience in the oil and gas petrochemical industry.
- Ensure assigned personnel and construction contractors’ supervision and manpower are fully instructed and motivated with respect to FWIPL Health, Safety, Environment, Quality and
- Security (HSEQS) policy, site security, site regulations, permit to work procedures and Client requirements.
- Ensure contractors adhere strictly to the latest approved for construction (AFC) project drawings, specifications, procedures and site instructions.
- Ensure by leadership and guidance contracted works under his control meets all practical and commercial requirements of productivity, quality, schedule, and contract completions.
- In conjunction with the Commissioning Manager / Coordinator ensure precommissioning requirements are undertaken in accordance with project specifications and procedures, and
- coordinated with ongoing construction activities.
- Support, promote, and champion the FWIPL OU core values throughout the Construction
- Execution phase.
- Actively support in managing Construction Contracts, Claim Management. Contribute
- effectively in Lesson Learnt Database with necessary details and alert Construction
- Operations Manager.
- To review drawings and documents.
- Act as an ambassador of the company in all aspects of HSEQS & IR.
- Ensure that the project achieves its objectives in respect of HSES, quality, cost and schedule.
- Routinely study, check, review and validate the discipline scope of work against the appropriate Contract Requisition to ensure the Contractors correctly interpret and comply with the latest revision AFC drawings, quantities, and specifications.
- Ensure proper control of changes by issuing FI’s for all changes, reviewing TQ’s to ensure responses are appropriate and practical, and reviewing ARN’s to ensure correct use of construction resources.
- In conjunction with other discipline engineers ensure contractor interfaces are both coordinated and planned to allow effective takeover by followon contractors and efficient access to work areas and job faces.
- Utilise weekly coordination meetings with other discipline engineers to provide logical progress and target completions as per the contract schedule and daily work plan. Ensure that area/handover documentation is available, and relevant.
Skills / Qualifications
- Minimum 15 years (Graduate) / 20 years (Diploma) of experience in reputed PMC / EPC
- organisation in the capacity of a Discipline Lead / Site Incharge or higher for at least 2 projects in Oil & Gas / Refinery / Petrochemical / Chemical Sectors (Essential).