Asst.Chief Engineer Electrical and Instrumentation (Vadodara

Location: Vadodara
Specialization: Oil & Gas,
Industry NA
Reference: 27910

 This position is with our client is one of the most respected engineering, construction, and project management companies in the world.

 

JOB SUMMARY:

Organizes and coordinates assignments. Responsible for the establishment and maintenance of technical standards within the Electrical and Instrumentation.  This involves exploration of subject area, definition of scope and selection of problems for investigation, including the development of novel concepts and approaches when required.  Responsible for acting independently on technical matters pertaining to the field.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:

Manages engineering activities within a Electrical and Instrumentation within a global business unit establishing and maintaining the technical standards.

Acts independently on field related technical matters.

Maintains continuous contact with work in progress by reviewing or approving, design basis, key drawings or design concepts and specifications developed by the project groups and reviewed by the Electrical and Instrumentation staff.  Audits project application, implementation and compliance with a project’s Execution Plan, Project Procedures Manual, and with Engineering Department Procedures (EDPs).  Reviews and approves project Design Control Check List (DCCL) and Design Review Notices (DRNs).

Provides technical/expert support to project teams and ensures technical quality.

Establishes the Electrical and Instrumentation training needs, obtains budgeting approval and directs the development of personnel training programs.

Conducts annual performance reviews for direct reports and manages, reviews, and approves performance reviews prepared by supervisors.  Holds career development discussions.

Inputs to and owns the engineering elements of a project capital estimate (proposals and execution) quantities and budgets for the Electrical and Instrumentation.  Inputs to, reviews and influences project schedule.

Reviews project staffing requirements and assigns qualified technical personnel from within the Electrical and Instrumentation.

Directs the development of and approves design guides, standard specifications, work processes, and design procedures in the Electrical and Instrumentation and oversees coordination between Electrical and Instrumentation.

Monitors the Electrical and Instrumentation engineering; scientific or programs for a global business unit, including staff planning and personnel administration, and approvals of personnel actions.

Reviews unusual or complex design problems, provides guidance for their solution either personally, by subordinate staff or by outside consultants.

Maintains knowledge of new developments in the Electrical and Instrumentation through technical literature and by contacts within and outside

Champions within the Electrical and Instrumentation the creation of a work environment, supported by leadership, which fosters openness, trust, communication, teamwork, empowerment, innovation, and satisfaction.

 

 

JOB KNOWLEDGE:

Demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills.

Knowledge of systems, calculations, applications of methods, materials and the use of computers and 2-D and 3-D computer aided design (CAD) automation within the Electrical and Instrumentation.

Knowledge of industry and regulatory codes and standards and design criteria used in the Electrical and Instrumentation.

Knowledge of corporate and global business unit activities and administrative practices.

Knowledge of practices and procedures for project control, construction, procurement, quality assurance, environmental safety and health; of the EPC and TIC (total installed cost) businesses; and of the proposal and bid processes.

Skill in oral and written communication.

 

 Positions require:

  • A recognized degree in engineering, from an accredited college or university and a professional license in an engineering or scientific Electrical and Instrumentation, or a license to practice architecture, from a recognized licensing board.
  • Extensive progressive work experience, including supervision, preferably in project and staff design engineering, scientific or design 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.