Subsea Construction Engineer for Operator Company

Responsibilities

  • Act as Host Subsea Company Representative towards Host Operator
  • Act as focal point and provide technical expertise for all aspects related to Subsea Construction/ Marine Operations activities under the Contract
  • Act as Company Representative of the MWS Contract
  • Coordinate interaction of Subsea incorporation into topside modification/Host organization regarding work scope and plans
  • Support clarifications of technical interfaces and timely close-out between Host Company and Subsea stakeholders.
  • Monitor progress of relevant Subsea scope, critical activities and relevant preparations on platform.
  • Manage the PSC subsea construction/ marine operations activities under the PSC Contract and contribute to maintaining a detailed offshore schedule
  • Support the Marine Assurance process for the PSC Contract and coordinate towards Marine and relevant Host Operator representatives.
  • Bring up potential technical/ engineering matters that might have influence outside of own scope of supply to the relevant interfacing engineering team.
  • Review design deliverables and ensure functionalities and constructability
  • Handle TQs/NCRs/Management of Change within own scope for subsea construction/ marine operations and keep track of all approvals such that it will not jeopardize the functionality, safety and integrity of deliverables during installation.
  • Undertake a review of previous lessons learned, and the incorporation of relevant lessons learned into subsea construction/marine operations.
  • Contribute to Design Reviews, HAZIDs and HAZOPs and other HSEQ-related. reviews/workshops.
  • Identify and follow up relevant risks, opportunities and mitigating actions.
  • Prepare input to technical and progress reports to support flow of key information to management to assist in decision making.
  • Ensure that all relevant installation and commissioning of subsea equipment is performed in accordance with project standards and functional specifications.
  • Follow up interfaces between own defined responsibility area and all other project areas.
  • Assist with the development of operating manuals and ensure that the manuals related to subsea equipment are delivered within time and with the expected quality.

Technical and personal skills

  • Hold a MSc degree in relevant engineering discipline such as marine/subsea or mechanical/structural; Alternatively, a BSc degree compensated by enhanced Subsea/SURF experience.
  • Minimum 10 years of relevant experience from Subsea/SURF projects, preferably from similar seniority level and similar type of tie-back project(s).
  • Track record in Subsea/SURF projects of both front-end design aspects as well as subsea construction/marine operations experience in a multi-disciplinary environment.
  • Extensive knowledge and competence within own discipline and thorough understanding of the subsea/SURF business area and the latest market developments.
  • Be familiar with typical design codes relevant to engineering, design, construction and installation within the Subsea/SURF business area.
  • Have detailed understanding of all aspects of a subsea tie-back to an existing Host platform.
  • Overall experience with field developments on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
  • Good communicator, internally and externally, both orally and written.
  • Good interpersonal skills enabling team work.
  • Strong strategic planning abilities together with skills for day to day planning, execution and follow up.
  • Ability to establish priorities and maintain a balance between short- and long-term activities.
  • Proactively seeking advice from others and share own experiences with the group.
  • Proactive and structured mind set, ensuring systematic approach for relevant project deliverables in the Execute phase (DG3 – DG4)
  • Fluent in English (oral and written)
  • Norwegian language is a preference