Under the leadership and direction of the Engineering Manager, the role of the CSA Discipline Engineer is to deliver technical excellence by overseeing the activities of the engineering contractor(s), primarily through the review of engineering deliverables and design documentation as specified in the project’s Engineering Management Plan (EMP). The CSA Discipline Engineer is the first point of contact for the contractors’ engineers to resolve questions related to the project’s design philosophies and technical standards. In the engineering and design phases of the project, they verify that the contractors are following the technical direction set by the Engineering Manager.
During the field execution they provide support to the construction, commissioning and start?up teams by responding to questions related to the design and verifying that the design intent is maintained until handover to operations.
Perform all CSA engineering efforts as described below on the BPRR MAIN project. The CSA Discipline Engineer will be based at one of the largest refinery in Europe based in Rotterdam in the early Select Stage of the project and then move to the engineering and procurement (EP) office(s) after the Configuration Selection Review and through Define and detailed engineering of Execute. The CSA Discipline Engineer will then return to the refinery when all vendor equipment and bulk material orders have progressed to the point that the EP office(s) can be closed with the exception of a small back?office team supporting an active field engineering presence at the project site.
Main responsibility of the job is to deliver technical excellence by
- Setting the technical direction of the CSA discipline in the project and then oversees the engineering contractor(s) to deliver a safe, cost effective and competitive project by:
- Responsible for designing inherently safe, compliant and operable assets in accordance with all relevant standards;
- Specifying the list of engineering codes and standards (including Group Practices (GPs) and Group Instruction for supply (GIS) documents), Engineering Technical Practices (ETPs) and Site Technical Practices (STPs)) for the engineering contractor to follow, including those mandated by local legislation;
- Managing any deviations to ETPs, GPs, GISs and STPs;
- Share relevant lessons with the engineering contractor;
- Verifying key engineering risks are identified and managed;
- Approving key engineering decisions and Design Change Management (DCM) submissions;
- Verify relevant engineering lessons are captured during project stages.
- Providing design verification and engineering quality assurance of the CSA discipline during the design phases of the project, as well as technical support during engineering, construction, commissioning and handover:
- Being accountable for engineering verification reviews in conformance with the engineering verification processes;
- Identify necessary resources to perform the engineering verification activities;
- Reviewing and accepting key engineering documentation;
- Participating in contractor led processes where deemed necessary, e.g. model reviews.