Mechanical Lead engineer

BH-259482
  • Competitive
  • Norway Oslo Oslo
  • Contract
  • Oil & Gas
Mechanical Lead Engineer

Contract period: 14.03.2024 - 14.03.2025
Location: Oslo

Main Tasks:

- Follow-up the mechanical discipline work in the Concept studies. 
- Follow-up Contractor(s) to ensure deliverables in line with scope of work, budget and schedule. 
- Follow-up Contractor(s) to ensure deliveries in line with scope of work, budget and schedule. Provide Contractor(s) with input, clarifications and maintain contact as necessary. 
- Contribute to internal project evaluations and documentation e.g. Design basis, Technical and operational requirements and guidelines (TORG), functional specifications, technology assessments and qualification programs. 
- Develop package specifications and provide input to procurement activities for ongoing and future project phases within own discipline e.g. equipment packages, long lead items and company provided items (CPI). 
- Contribute to planning and executing rotating mechanical packages follow-up activities. In particular, in execution phase, establish and follow up contractor’s verification of equipment packages, as relevant. 
- Ensure necessary dialogue with interfacing disciplines and contribute to resolving interface issues. 
- Within own discipline, drive engineering efficiency, secure safety in design, design-to-cost and constructability. 
- During execution, support and take responsibility for decisions within own mechanical packages, f.ex. inter disciplinary input, handling of site queries (SQs), technical queries (TQs) and variation order requests (VORs). 
- Manage relevant change proposals and requests to depart from a requirement in TORG, non-conformance requests (NCRs). 
- Follow up delivery of life cycle information (LCI) within discipline. 
- Ensure experience transfer from similar projects, operations and discipline network. 

Qualifications:
- MSc or BSc degree or equivalent within Mechanical engineering. 
- Minimum 10 years experience from similar position in previous projects, especially within heavy rotating mechanical equipment.  
- Experience with engineering contractors.  
- A strong team player with ability to handle high work load. 
- High focus on HSE, ethics and company value. 
- Proactive and able to follow-up closely the engineering contractor and other team members. 
- Very important to be able to deliver even if not able to sit together with the team, through digital tools like Microsoft Teams. 
- Ability to understand the value chain and project totality. 
- A team player, with good co-operational- and communication-skills. 
- Structured, systematic and target driven with well-defined goals. 
- Multidiscipline understanding. 
- English and Norwegian language required.

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