Plans, develops, coordinates and reviews a portion of engineering work within a discipline on a major or medium size project, or a relatively small size project, program or assignment in a global business unit.
Applies broad and diversified knowledge of engineering principles and practices to project engineering.
Makes decisions independently concerning problems within the discipline on the project.
Prepares or oversees the preparation of discipline estimates and work plan in accordance with project scope, schedule and budget, and manages implementation and performance accordingly.
Reviews and approves key engineering drawings and calculations, including field and design documents relating to the discipline. Reviews bid analyses and makes recommendations.
Coordinates assigned engineering work with other project groups.
Supervises the day-to-day technical work and provides direction to discipline engineers, scientists, specialists, technicians, designers and drafters.
Ensures that engineers and scientists supervised receive appropriate on-the-job training for their professional development.
Conducts annual performance reviews in accordance with approved procedures and holds career development discussions.
Regularly informs the senior Engineering Supervisor, Chief Engineer, or Project Engineer of technical activities, staffing, budgets and schedules.
When assigned, recommends personnel actions such as staff additions, terminations, transfers and salary changes. Estimates staffing needs and schedules and assigns work to meet schedule dates.
Coordinates with client representatives as delegated to obtain their approval on phases of work.
Maintains contacts with suppliers, appropriate field personnel and other disciplines to ensure the coordination of the work within the project or assignment and compliance with Client requirements.
Training: Develop and disseminate training modules to overcome skill gap areas in the disciplines
A recognized degree in a job related engineering or scientific discipline, from an accredited college or university, or a professional license in an appropriate engineering or scientific discipline, from a recognized licensing board, or specialized courses in relevant general engineering or science or an appropriate engineering discipline.
Broad progressive work experience in design engineering, science or other relevant types of engineering such as systems startup, field engineering or plant operation in large industrial plants, utilities, process plants, or engineering/ construction firms in areas of Power Plants.
Knowledge of systems, calculations, equipment, applications of methods, materials, and computers in the discipline. Knowledge of engineering work planning and control methods.
Knowledge of precedents in the discipline and of principles and practices of related disciplines.
Knowledge of related construction practices and the economics involved.
Knowledge of industry/ regulatory codes and standards, and design and/ or layout criteria pertinent to the particular discipline.
Skill in oral and written communication. Demonstrated skill in leadership.