Project Engineer

Job title: Project Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Calgary, Canada
Salary: Competitive
Reference: BH-119605
Contact Name: Paula Mantilla
Phone Number: +1 403 984 0912
Job Published: 25 days ago

Job Description

NES 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, a large Oil and Gas operator, is currently seeking Project Engineer for a contract role in Fort Saskatchewan, AB. The individual must be local or have their own accommodations, as no LOA is given. 

Key Activities and Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with Business Development, Operations, Engineering and other internal groups to support the development and implementation of new projects
  • Experience working on the rotation of a 6 inch butane transfer. 

  • Manage AFE and internal project management systems, including design, cost estimates, reporting, construction, and commissioning efforts for viable projects
  • Ensure projects are completed safely, with minimal environmental impact, within all rules, regulations and industry best practices, on budget, on time, and are an operational success
  • Support the ongoing development of Engineering and Technical Standards
  • Complete operating cost estimates for new business opportunities
  • Respond to field and office technical requests as required
  • Knowledgeable in all current operating standards, codes, rules and regulations that impact pipeline and Crude facilities

Education/Experience Required

  • Engineering degree in an applicable discipline, professional engineering designation and eligible for registration in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan.
  • Minimum 8 years of experience, in one or more of the following areas; pipeline, gas processing and drilling activities including directly related experience in design, construction and project management.
  •  NGL experience
  • Familiarity with labor, safety and environmental regulations and a working knowledge of both Canadian and U.S. codes and standards for pipelines.
  • Team orientation with demonstrated ability to work with minimal supervision in a challenging/matrix environment.
  • Demonstrated leadership, decision-making and negotiating skills as well as excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • Motivated, innovative and capable of handling several assignments, managing a diverse range of stakeholders/contractors, and prioritize demands and workload are key competencies.

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