Bechtel Corporation CSU System S/U Engineer - Mechanical Job in London, United Kingdom
Requisition ID: 187819
Internal Candidate Under Consideration: No
Relocation Authorized: None
Project No.: 26009
The CSU Mechanical System S/U Engineer will be assigned systems on the project for which he will have full responsibility for commissioning. This will require coordinating with electrical, instrumentation and control systems disciplines within the startup organization to complete all required testing from component level through integrated operation with the rest of the facility. Testing to be performed will generally include much of but not necessarily be limited to: flushing piping systems, performing vessel closeout inspections, running in driven equipment (including vibration testing) such as pumps, compressors, fans, etc., checkout and testing of prime movers such as diesels and turbines, inspection and setting of safety valves, testing heat exchangers, performing IST’s, logic testing of system functions (e.g., interlocks, trips and permissives), and generally supporting other disciplines (electrical, instrumentation, controls and plant operations) to complete startup and commissioning tests.
Development of documentation for system testing and turnover including scoping of drawings and Teamworks, participating in development of the project startup manual, preparing system pre-commissioning and commissioning testing procedures and integrated system/unit test procedures and other similar required documents;
Prepare, award and administer specialty subcontracts as required to support commissioning activities (i.e.: chemical cleaning, oil flushing, hydrolasing, emissions testing, etc.)
Prepare system commissioning test procedures for assigned systems. Complete testing per STCP’s, SWPP’s, Pre-com procedures and other specific procedures which may be required to be prepared in this position. Complete all test records, data sheets, etc. to fully document testing activities;
Prepare system turnover packages in accordance with project procedures by assembling and reviewing all system test documentation (all disciplines) for adequacy and completeness;
Prepare preventative maintenance procedures and schedules for maintaining equipment once it has been commissioned. Complete long term storage and maintenance requirements on equipment following turnover from construction to startup prior to when it is commissioned. Fully document these activities and submit permanent records for incorporation in the maintenance database;
Coordinate with and provide direction to supplier Technical Assistants to complete commissioning of vendor supplied equipment. Monitor supplier TA activities to ensure proper charging of TA time (i.e.: ensure Bechtel is not charged for TA time spent addressing the vendor’s own issues). Plan work accordingly and control the expenditure of TA time to stay within the budget constraints for each PO;
Provide input to engineering on revisions required to system descriptions, vendor operating and maintenance manuals, etc. based on review of documents during development of test procedures and executing of the commissioning to ensure all such documents are consistent. Prepare FCN/FCR/SFR/NCR/DR’s as required to document as-built conditions and/or properly resolve deficiencies;
Prepare detailed startup plans for assigned project system commissioning activities, integrate all discipline activities into these plans; Provide input and updates to project controls as required to maintain accuracy and progress of project schedules;
Supervise field non-manual personnel as required to perform assigned tasks;
Supervise field manual craft as required to perform assigned tasks; monitor and control craft performance and be accountable to the performance factor as reported by the QURR;
Participate in system turnover walkdowns, both Construction and Client turnovers; initiate, track and resolve punchlist items for assigned areas of responsibility;
Work hours as required, including shiftwork, overtime, weekends and holidays as necessary to support the project;
Perform other duties as directed in support of project activities;
A recognized degree in an engineering or scientific discipline from an accredited college or university, or a professional license in an appropriate engineering or scientific discipline from a recognized licensing board, or a sufficient number of specialized courses in an appropriate engineering or scientific discipline to meet the job requirements, and extensive progressive work experience in the specialty.
Indepth experience related to startup and commissioning of industrial, process or utility facilities or other relevant experience such as construction, engineering, field engineering or operations in industrial, process or utility facilities including progressively increasing levels of responsibility in supervisory and technical roles. Indepth gas plant experience in operations or commissioning preferred.
Ability to use Microsoft Windows, Outlook, Word and Excel proficiently. Ability to use BSAP’s BPS and Infoworks proficiently. Working knowledge of Teamworks, Setroute and E-Track.
Knowledge of industry and regulatory standards, and design criteria pertinent to gas plants.
Strong oral and written communication skills;
Strong interpersonal skills, able to interact closely and frequently with client personnel
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