Job DescriptionNES Global Talent is a leading global technical recruitment company providing professional contract and permanent staff to a diverse world-wide client base within the Oil & Gas Industry. Our client has an opportunity for Project Engineer based in Edmonton. This position is responsible for supporting the project manager and tank coordinator during the planning, design, construction, commissioning and close-out of Tank Out-Of-Service projects within Tanks Program
-Coordinating engineering design consultants and/or contractors as assigned by the project manager to meet project scope, schedule and quality requirements.
-Guiding the engineering process from the owner perspective to anticipate design problems, ensure technical work is appropriately scheduled and contribute to the solution of technical problems.
-Facilitating communication between engineering consultants, contractors, vendors and appropriate internal stakeholders to ensure technical issues are addressed.
-Ensuring engineering deliverables are provided that meet project schedule, cost and quality requirements.
-Facilitating resolution of technical issues quickly through the use of lessons learned on prior projects, individual technical knowledge, consultation with Enbridge Subject Matter Experts, and peer consultation to obtain practical, technically sound and fit for purpose designs.
-Ensuring that documents that meet project schedule and quality constraints are prepared to support regulatory, environmental and permitting applications.
-Coordinating with Supply Chain Management to ensure materials are ordered that meet project schedule, cost and quality requirements.
-Supporting field construction by obtaining timely responses to Requests for Information submitted by the construction contractor.
-Effectively managing change to the engineering scope of work for the project.
-Preparing documents as directed by the project manager to meet Liquids Pipelines project management and gating requirements.
-Supporting long range planning during preparation of project proposals and estimates.
-Support program improvement initiatives from time to time and as required.
-Accepting other engineering and project related assignments as needed by the project manager or department management.
MUST HAVE QUALIFICATIONS:
-Completion of an Engineering Degree from a recognized post-secondary school
-Currently registered as a professional engineer with APEGGA
-5-7 years of progressively responsible project experience. Multiple, concurrent projects would be considered an asset.
-Works on projects in the Tanks Program, with projects ranging in size from $5MM to $12MM and from 6 to 15 months in duration.
-Experience reviewing or preparing DBM, FEED, detailed engineering and construction planning deliverables.
-Experience with projects within existing “brownfield’ facilities.
-Experience with oil and gas EPC firms or experience working with engineering consultants, surveyors, geotechnical engineering firms.
-Experience providing technical support during construction.
-Valid Class 5 driving license with minimum (4) years driving experience and clean abstract.
- Travel up to 25% to locations across Canada.