Airswift has been tasked by one of our major oil & gas clients to seek a Project Engineering Manager to work on an LNG Export Terminal Project in the Gulf Coast for an initial 4-month contract, likely to be extended.
Within this position, you will be responsible for supporting and facilitating the execution of the project engineering scope through effective management of the project technical interfaces, including design, procurement, fabrication, construction, and regulatory related topics.
- Acts as Project Local Representative in the US and manages technical interfaces with all project stakeholders, including client, client’s contractors, subcontractors etc
- Ensure all interfaces are recorded in the Project Interface Register and that follow-up actions are performed
- Maintain the Project Interface Register and issue Interface Status Reports on a regular basis
- Ensure Interface information, both received and delivered, has been reviewed by applicable parties
- Detect potential and actual problems and advise project leaders accordingly.
- Support Engineering and Fabrication teams by providing constructability input to documentation; revies Engineering and Fabrication documentation and ensure constructability aspects are taken into consideration
- Schedule, participate in interface coordination meetings and workshops
- Participate in Project Technical Reviews including but not limited to Design Reviews, Risk Reviews, Cold-eyes Reviews, etc., and supports resolution of follow-up actions.
- Champion project values & objectives and contribute to creating a positive QHSE culture
Previous education and experience required:
- Degree in Mechanical Engineering
- 15+ years’ experience in design and construction of pipelines and piping systems on EPC projects, preferably on contractor’s side
- Experience with LNG pipeline and piping systems, including jetty-based systems for import/export terminals is strongly preferred
- Understanding of onshore aboveground piping and jetty construction techniques, including modular construction is strongly preferred