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Acts as the UKNL C&I Engineering Authority (EA2) to safeguard, support and assure the Asset Integrity and Process Safety of E&P Assets offshore in UK & NL sectors Provides C&I Engineering support to and assurance of the delivery of capital projects/minor modifications. Lead the delivery of C&I Engineering activities and support the development of resource and capability plans in support of E&P business requirements. Provide service to and collaborates closely with lead engineers, maintenance engineers, operations managers and project managers.
- Review safety critical elements and report to the Assets on a quarterly basis on their suitability and sufficiency
- Authorship and approval of Performance Standards for Safety Critical Elements pertaining to their discipline
- Ownership and authorship of discipline relevant procedures and guidelines for UKNL assets
- Authorship and approval of planned maintenance and inspection regimes and any proposed material changes to existing regimes
- Supports Plant Management of Change requests from screening of requests, definition of SORs and technical assurance and support through to execution & commissioning.
- Technically assess proposals for the use of temporary changes to plant, temporary repairs, operational risk assessments and maintenance deferrals
- Proactively support and participate in equipment failure investigations (RCA's)
- Proactively provide support and guidance to capital projects in their nominated discipline
- Ensure compliance to Technical Standards and provide interpretation of national and international engineering standards, recommended practices, guidelines and codes of practice, plus generate and manage any local deviations thereof
- Advises E&I TA of deviations and non-conformances to Standards and Engineering codes
- Maintains discipline critical asset documentation + ensures they are as-built and represent an accurate offshore status
Competencies and Qualifications
- Experience in client/operator roles in the management of contractors, with active involvement in the application of quality assurance and quality control: including reviewing calculations, philosophies and designs. Active participation in reviews, and in particular risk and hazard assessment activities, with the ability to resolve problems in a range of contexts, from conceptual design to operational facilities.
- Brings groups of diverse individuals together.
- Drives innovative solutions and pace.
- Effective communicator and negotiator.
- Relevant Engineering or Science Degree
- Chartered Engineer
- The job holder must possess extensive knowledge of Control & Instrumentation technical practices and legislation, which would be underpinned by technical achievements in relevant discipline in the energy or chemical industry.
- Knowledge of all forms of engineering documentation, including block diagrams, PFD's, SLD's, Data Sheets, Cause & Effect charts and safety critical elements.
- Full knowledge of relevant codes, standards and applicable regulations both statutory and company specific.
Strategic Input: Tactical/Operational Role Key Stakeholders & Working Relationships: Provide service to and collaborates closely with lead engineers, maintenance engineers, operations managers and project managers.
People Management: No direct reports
Responsible to determine & agree SoR's of £15m pa (Brownfield £5m, Maintenance £5m and Capital £5m)
Influence over E&P Opex and Capital program
Delegation of Authority to sign contracts of value up to £250km (current bands)
Third party studies and assurance up to DoA value
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