Wood is recruiting for a Senior Construction Engineer (PMS) to join our team initially in Brunei on the BSP Facilities Rejuvenation Project. This project aims to rejuvenate 79 offshore platforms to ensure ongoing production for the next 25 years. The project will run over a five - year period with a possible two - year extension. Wood has many years of experience in carrying such projects all over the world and it is our intention to bring our world class systems to this project.
The Senior construction engineer (PMS) will be responsible to the Construction Manager and a direct report to the Construction Lead for the onshore preparation and execution phases of the construction work associated with specific multidiscipline campaigns. They will develop and monitor the ongoing campaign construction work plans and ensure all work is carried out in a safe and productive manner in accordance with approved budget, schedule, quality, safety, health and environmental requirements in the line with company and client procedures. This is an end to end rejuvenation scope and as such, will involve interfacing with other disciplines such as, planning, construction, procurement, HVEC and client operations.
The successful candidate will be expected to work in a multidiscipline team environment where the overall success of the project is paramount. Wood is looking at a right first - time approach and as such, we are looking for candidates who can rise to a challenge and are interested in being part of an innovative and driven team.
- Be conversant with the project HSSE plan and implement the HS&E procedures ensuring the health and safety of construction personnel
- Ensure that constructability is inherent within the design by being involved at the early stage of work scope engineering, in accordance with company and project policies and procedures
- Conduct offshore surveys with design engineering team and provide constructability inputs
- Input to construction network reviews and scheduling, identifying resources / vendors / tools and equipment etc. requirements
- Assess effectiveness of working practices and systems with a view to continuously improving systems, personnel, and team performances
- Engage with the completions team to appreciate the certification matrix requirements prior to workpack issue
- Contribute to the construction workpack development process in accordance with the agreed implementation procedures
- Ensure contents of workpack meet with scope requirements including TRA’s, JMS, materials, Peer reviews, HAZID’s, ENVID’s, COSHH requirements
- Input to the construction MOC process, raise and obtain approval for work scope growth job cards
- Input to work scope estimates and register changes with supporting documentation
- Ensure logic of work is updated on the construction execution plan and supporting systems
- Review and ensure that completions ITR’s are optimized and are suitable for execution offshore
- Review and comment on LOSH associated with their own discipline
- Liaise with offshore management team and trade supervision on work execution plans and progress; Liaise with project engineers to ensure priorities are maintained for work preparation and execution; Liaise with commissioning engineers, vendors, and sub - contractors to maximize the opportunities for accessing available systems
- Monitor design delivery dates, report on work pack progress and monitor activities with regards to completion dates
- Check executed work packs prior to handover to completions, raise punch lists if appropriate; Manage punch - list action register, and monitor punch - list closeouts after handover
- Review completion certification and ‘as - build’ drawings and identify competencies and resource requirements for construction management engineering and trades