Airswift is an international workforce solutions provider within the energy, process and infrastructure industries. Airswift serves as a strategic partner to our clients, offering a turnkey workforce solution to capture and deliver the top talent needed to complete successful projects by aligning with the unique needs of our clients. With over 800 employees and 6,000 contractors operating in over 50 countries, our geographical reach and pool of talent available is unmatched in the industry and the level of experience, exposure and expertise that the organization has is unparalleled.
Our client is seeking a Pipeline Electrical Engineer to work within their facilities located in Houston, TX, for a long-term assignment.
The Pipeline Electrical Engineer focuses on the development of the electrical discipline activities performed by the Engineering and Procurement (E&P) Contractor during the FEED and Detailed Design for the pipeline and compressor station scope of work, including equipment selection, design, installation, commissioning, and start-up planning. This role will transition into field engineering activities in the travel locations listed above to support Construction, Commissioning, and Start-up activities.
- Ensures that the Project's requirements are detailed in the Technical Specifications and Ensures that the equipment and systems are engineered, designed, and purchased consistent with the Project Specifications and Regulatory requirements
- Provides engineering oversight of the Contractor and equipment supplier teams such that the work arrives within project budget and schedule
- Works with the E&R Group to ensures compliance with all FERC permits/requirements
- Facilitates interfaces among the Discipline Leads, the Contractor and the equipment supplier’s organizations with respect to equipment package issues.
- Responsible for all equipment and facility electrical design
- Participate in technical specification preparation and Hazard and Operability Reviews (HAZOP)
- Participate in packaged equipment related FAT's as required (requires travel to vendor facilities)
- Responsible for equipment and general arrangements for plot plan layout and design reviews
- Coordinates the review of all Contractor and equipment supplier deliverables and responsible for providing and coordinating Company comments for the discipline
- Reviews the RFQ and PO for all discipline equipment to ensure compliance with the Job Specifications, contractual requirements, and all regulatory requirements
- Stewards Material Handling reviews
- Provide support to site construction and completions teams and to operations during startup
- Broad and extensive knowledge of: Design standards, specifications, codes, and appropriate safety criteria including API RP500, NFPA 70 National Electric Code, NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, and other recent versions of NEMA, ICEA, IEEE, other API, and UL.
- Typical electrical equipment associated with pipeline compressor and meter sites (e.g. Local Equipment Rooms, MCC, synchronous generator, VFD, etc.
- Industry best practices, processes, and expectations with respect to discipline engineering
- Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in engineering
- 8+ years of closely related professional experience, 3+ years of which should be at the senior project engineering level, and experience carrying out detail design activities in a Contractor’s office.