- Ensure safety in electrical design and in plans for onsite construction activity in all areas involving electrical systems, encompassing Shock Hazard, Arc Flash hazard, ground potential rise at high voltage substations, transferred potentials, step and touch potentials, NFPA 101 egress illumination, and similar features of the new plants.
- Contribute to the development of budgets for specific activities or scopes that feature electrical content, and work toward obtaining the most value for funds invested in each case
- Contribute to the development an integrated schedule for the execution of all tasks that involve electrical equipment or electrical activities. Remain vigilant working toward assurance that all parties continuously meet their obligations in performing to the requirements of the schedule. Contribute toward resolving roadblocks as they arise.
- Continuously maintain an overview EPC resource requirements for the execution of all aspects of the electrical engineering, design, and field installation work.
- Continuously work toward updating knowledge of codes and standards so as to be able to identify all regulatory requirements and confirm that the work of the EPC is in compliance.
- Continuously maintain a high level of technical expertise in the key electrical areas of high voltage systems, relaying and overcurrent protection, electrical switchgear, UPS systems, communications systems, motor protection and control, electrical codes and standards, hazardous area classifications and related electrical power system features, lighting, lightning protection, grounding and bonding, and battery systems. Continually discuss these in detail with the EPC engineers to make sure that they are correctly planning their designs, and review their drawings and specifications to identify problems before they can arise in the field. .
- Maintain a high level of expertise making use of the latest electrical engineering software so as to be an asset to the EPC engineers and designers as they encounter technical questions for which they require resolution assistance.
- Seamlessly provide engineering and design drawings for Owner-Scope projects involving electrical systems, such as electrical dredging and upgrades of existing high voltage substations.
- Maintain continual vigilance in reviewing vendor shop drawings to assure that they will technically work and that they comply with the plans and specification terms in the EPC Contract
- Validate what the EPC engineers arrive at a design, such as evaluating the level of Arc Flash incident energy that would be created by the new electrical system.
- Final reviewer of EPC documents, identifying problems before they can arise in the field, such as faulty logic in schematic control drawings.
- Technical expert in the uncommon but important fields in this project of electrical harmonics, VAR flow control, cogeneration, VFDs, differential relaying, large motor protection, gas insulated switchgear, IEC 61850 communications and controls to act as a resource to the EPC engineers as well as a reviewer of engineering deliverable documents and vendor equipment tests.
- In the PMT, a knowledge bridge between technical specialists on rotating machines, instrumentation and controls, and civil structural that is necessary when these fields overlap.
- Work to ensure that the equipment planned for installation by the EPC will be safe, operable, and reliable.
- Assist the EPC engineers and designers in planning by suggesting correct solutions.
- Provide technical review of plans and specifications the EPC produces.
- Provide review and comments on the planned schedule, and provide updates on schedule accomplishments as the project continues.
- Accurately report the status of the electrical portions of the project to management with a focus on items that are either late or problematic.
- Work to ensure that the EPC team and their subcontractor team include key skills for the work at hand.
- Final review calculations provided by the EPC engineers and their subcontractors.
- Represent the client in direct interface with the EPC and Owner¡¦s Scope contractors for electrical issues.
- Work as a seamless team in the PMT to cover not only electrical issues, but also to assure proper consideration and resolution of multi-discipline issues, such as structural dampening of the motor inertia block movement from electrically-induced torsional vibrations.
- Work with the EPC to help to fashion their deliverables into forms and groups that can be used not only to facilitate construction, but that will also be functional as record drawings to which can refer for specific details in future years.
- Represent the best interests of the client in reviewing cost estimates, budgets, change orders, and vendor offerings.
- Knowledge of Home Office engineering, procurement, project controls, project management, etc. work processes to be performed by the EPC contractor and the electrical and related members of the PMT.
- Knowledge of engineering, design, construction, commissioning, and testing practices.
- Knowledge of electrical codes and standards relevant to the electrical power systems in both the liquefaction plant and the gas treatment plant.
- Ability to work with the EPC engineers and designers in technical areas to facilitate the work at hand, and then monitoring and assessing their work to optimize assurance to contractual requirements, physical requirements, and to relevant codes and standards..
- This position reports to the PMT Engineering Manager.
- This position interfaces with other PMT Discipline engineers.
Only applicants who are authorized to work in the US, without company sponsorship, on a full-time, permanent basis will be considered.
01 nov 2019
30.11.2019 00.00 CET