Description
- Field engineer shall ensure that the activities and scope for construction within surface protection is planned, qualified, performed and documented in accordance with the contract specifications and with a high focus on cost efficient construction.
- The Field engineer is reporting to the Construction lead.
- Collaboration with the Project Material lead Engineer is expected.
- The material lead engineer is accountable for formal decisions within the discipline (i.a. NCRs, TQs, design issues).
- Typical tasks: Monitoring of Contractors fabrication activities within surface protection with emphasis on quality, schedule, cost efficiency and HSE.
- Monitor work progress against plans and schedules and highlight areas of concern and possible corrective actions
- Participate in engineering and construction reviews to secure feasible and cost-efficient end result in construction
- Ensure that Contractors site personnel are qualified in accordance with project requirements.
- Supervise inspectors in site team
- Plan/Participate in audits / verifications as required.
- Ensure that all required procedure qualifications are performed.
- Review selected drawings and documents issued by Contractor
- Provide inputs to decisions within the discipline (i.e NCRs, TQs, design issues)
- Ensure that systems and equipment are protected and preserved
- Ensure that fabrication documentation is issued by Contractor in accordance with requirements.
- Ensure that all required fabrication records are prepared.
- Report deviations and highlight problem areas to Construction lead
- Ensure completion for handover to commissioning.
- Participate in area / system punch out as required and monitor status.
- Additional focus areas: Continuously be a role model for HSE standards, at all sites

Qualifications
- Master degree and 8+ years relevant experience OR
- Bachelor degree and 12+ years relevant experience OR
- 2+ years higher education and 16+ years relevant experience OR
- No higher education and 20+ years relevant experience
- Qualification as Coating inspector to NS476, Inspector level III or certified as NACE coating inspector level III or ICorr inspector level III.
- Minimum 5 years documented experience from similar position in previous projects
- Strong HSE focus
- A strong team player with ability to handle high work load
- Fluent English

Duration 01.02.2019 - 01.05.2020
Options 2 x 3 months
Location Gdansk/Gdnya, Poland

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