Project details

OFFSHORE PROJECT METHOD ENGINEER FOR THE YELLOW TAIL PROJECT

 

Role Definition

B. RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities listed below may be limited to the scope of work / disciplines affected to the Engineer (Project split of responsibilities defined by the Lead and Installation Engineering Manager).

• Participate to:

  • Project progress meeting,
  • Engineering co-ordination meetings
  • Interface meetings with Sub-Contractors
  • Technical review meeting (concerning Procurement, Engineering, Fabrication, Operation, Interface)
  • HSE/HIRA meetings
  • External Interfaces meeting (technical support only – when applicable)

• In charge of:

  • Issue, update & follow-up of the procedures and documents related to the scope
  • Installation Engineering development and studies related to the scope;
  • Prepare Technical Memos, Technical Queries to support any contractual deviation;
  • Preparation of input for installation activities presentations
  • Follow-up the Drafting activities related to the scope
  • Initiate all the equipment, installation aids & material documentation
  • Specify and follow up of the equipment, installation aids & material, including associated documentation
  • Review of the contract, the Qualifications, the Clarifications and Specifications for both Saipem and interfaces
  • Designing any required lift rigging;
  • Project operation report for the scope
  • Technical support for any presentation for the scope

• Reporting, Monitoring, Follow-up:

  • Regular reporting to the Lead (progress, deviation, development, issues & concerns)
  • Update (weekly basis) of the Installation Engineering Master Document Register for the scope

• Managing, Leading:

  • Installation Engineering development and studies for the dedicated scope;
  • Management of the Drafting priorities to comply with the MDR milestones
  • First Issue of Time estimates, detailed Operation schedules, transportation schedules for the scope
  • Issue, update & follow-up of the System Description table for the scope

C. INTERFACES

• Design:

  • Provide the input data as needed for the design engineering
  • Follow-up, gather and comment design data regarding the design engineering

• HSE:

  • Support for Risk Assessment on installation principle and follow-up of corrective actions

• Installation:

  • Ensure that the equipment, installation aids & material requirements are well transmitted and received through a turn-around file (e.g.: Material List)
  • Technical support for Spread & Equipment Engineering (drawings, SOP, layout…)
  • Technical support for Spread & Equipment definition within his Installation Engineering competencies;
  • Review of Subcontractor technical documentation (e.g. procedures, reports) and provide input data as required within his Installation Engineering competencies
  • Organize, gather and check data from Subcontractors needed for the installation engineering


• Fabrication:

  • Review of the Manufacturer testing procedures and reports (FAT, SIT/OT). When required provides input to SIT/OT procedures
  • Technical approval of the SIT/OT report
  • Integration of the Fabrication data book (QC report, certificates) in the Installation Aids data book

• External Interface:

  • Manage and gather data to feed and follow-up interfaces (if applicable for the scope)

• Subcontract-Procurement:

  • Review of the Subcontractor/Supplier testing procedures and reports (FAT, SIT/OT). When required provide input to SIT/OT procedures
  • Review of Subcontractor technical documentation (e.g. procedures, reports) and provide input data as required within his Installation Engineering competencies
  • Organize, gather and check data from Subcontractors needed for the installation engineering
  • Update and revise the Installation Engineering drawings following the supplier, manufacturer, sub-contractor documentations;
  • Support or Issue, update & follow-up of the Technical Bid Evaluations within his Installation Engineering competencies;
  • Issue, update & follow-up of the Rigging & Installation Aids specifications;
  • Manage, gather and check data from Subcontractors needed for the installation engineering

D. MISSIONS

• Onshore preparation:

Under the authority of the Installation Engineering Manager, he shall ensure or delegate:

  • Technical support for check list completion
  • Witness of critical SIT or OT operation, no approval authority
  • Assistance to load out final approval (CB release) for the non-regular configuration
  • Point of Contact for the Engineering and Installation change support
  • Participation to daily meeting (if required) and to specific technical meeting
  • Point of contact between the Construction Yard and the Project Engineering team in office in order to provide engineering assistance (in case of changes or site queries)
  • Gather relevant data for the SIT reports; ensure that procedures or drawings modifications highlighted during the SIT or load-out are properly included in Engineering documentation.
  • Respect of the safety rules dedicated to his function and presented by the Onshore Safety Officer

• Offshore operation:

Under the authority of the Installation Engineering Manager and the Lead, he shall ensure or delegate:

  • Availability of the necessary engineering documentation within his area of responsibility
  • Technical support related to installation within the project scope
  • Technical support for the Check List completion, witness no approval authority
  • Technical support to the vessel management for the realization of the offshore works (during both preparation and operation follow-up)
  • Technical assistance for modification of the procedures on board for operational reasons (e.g. sites queries, contingency cases, etc)
  • Support for Operation presentation to the crew
  • Technical support for the specific scope of work of the different discipline on board (Survey/Posit, ROV, Marine, Lifting…)
  • Assistance to pre-job meeting for the critical steps of the operations
  • Attend to the Project daily meeting when required
  • Point of Contact for the Engineering and Installation change support
  • Collect all info required for the Installation Engineering Lessons Learnt / Return of Experience (as-built schedule, DPR, implementation of change, recommendations…)
  • Respect of the safety rules dedicated to his function and presented by the Offshore Safety Officer

Qualification

  • English mandatory
  • Experience on similar job
  • Bosiet & MFC

Conditions

Location : Paris area

  • Start as soon as possible
  • Duration: 12 months (extendable) - Long term opportunity
  • Location: Paris (Saint Quentin en Yvelines)
  • Country: France
  • Seniority level: Senior Engineer

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