Electrical Engineer

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
– Perform FEED, Studies, and detailed design engineering, analysis, and calculations on more complex and demanding engineering tasks
– Apply knowledge and skills to complete varied assignments
– Prepare clear and accurate detailed design calculations and analyses including design reports and procedures
– Prioritize and organize own work to meet deadlines
– Focus on completing work within budgets
– Clearly communicate and explain information in straightforward engineering activities
– Gain familiarity with the project scope of work, specifications, schedule, and all inter-discipline requirements; including identifying concerns as early as practicable
– Perform successfully tasks with reduced supervision
– Recognize changes to scope and notify the Discipline Lead Engineer
– Can coordinate work with the design team
– Interface with all disciplines to develop clash-free designs
– Interface with other departments to obtain input for Discipline designs and drawings
– Document substantive communications (communications that result in significant decisions or assignment of actions) and forward copies to the Discipline Lead Engineer and Discipline Manager
– Can prepare electrical specifications for materials and equipment with the guidance of a Senior Engineer
– Provide required bid inputs as directed
– Prepare sketches of detailed design to guide Designers
– Assist procurement personnel in procuring discipline equipment, materials, and services
– Procurement assistance includes preparing requisitions, evaluating technical quotations and preparing queries, compiling bid tabulations and recommendations, preparing purchase requisitions, and coordinating with Procurement to expedite vendor documents, as directed by Discipline Lead Engineer
– Review MTOs for requisitions
– Provide electrical input for mechanical Package units (requisitioning, TBE, SDR)
– Check drawings
– Check engineering performed by others within Discipline
– Review and check vendor and subcontractor submittals, checking for compliance with project specifications and providing comments as necessary
– Perform design verification through single-discipline checks and assist with inter-discipline checks (IDC)
– Keep the Lead Engineer apprised of all activities, progress, and concerns
– Check final subcontractor and vendor data manuals to ensure that all requested data has been received and approved
– Capture Knowledge Objects and enter MDR’s K-now system
– Develop an awareness of costs related to own work and of the discipline
– Initiate and review material lists, P&ID, etc. for Electrical equipment, systems, and services to detailing scope
– Prepare updated specifications and data sheets for Electrical equipment and bulk materials
– Perform Electrical system studies and calculations
– Must be able, under supervision, to determine the detailed aspects of an electrical distribution system
– Prepare one-line diagrams and schematics diagrams
– Prepare electrical equipment building layout drawings
– Prepare lighting calculations and illumination study for the lighting system
– Prepare load lists or update load lists issued by the Customer
– Participate in FAT & inspection and preparation & resolution of punch lists on arrival of skid or material
– Prepare a spare part list
– Review the Pre-commissioning and commissioning index and provide technical assistance on-site during pre-commissioning and start-up as required
– Review and provide input to secondary cable routing (branch cable trays, channel trays, single tubing, etc.) where detailing is not done
– Advise fabrication yard of installation locations for small E&I equipment that are not sufficiently detailed in the AFC drawings
– Prepare cable drum schedules
– Prepare area classification documents with the guidance of a Senior Engineer
– Identify special tools, equipment, and requirements for commissioning
– Coordinate with vendors for installation pre-commissioning and commissioning
– Prepare key project deliverables, including (but not limited to) the following: – Specifications and Datasheets
– Electrical Load List
– One-line diagrams
– Motor control schematics
– Electrical building and equipment layouts
– Bills of Material
– Cable sizing calculations
– Conceptual studies and calculations
– Cost and planning studies

– Support Project Development and Coordination, including (but not limited to) the following: – Maintain and promote a focus on McDermott’s end-product throughout engineering, fabrication, or construction
– Report to and coordinate with the electrical engineering project lead and electrical task lead, as applicable
– Communicate with electrical and other disciplines of engineering and design
– Coordinate and manage change with full awareness of project impact
– Assume responsibility for cost, schedule, quantity, and budget control

– Develop and review vendor packages, including (but not limited to) the following: – Create requisition packages for Substations, Transformers, and Electrical materials
– Create subcontract packages for Heat Tracing, Cathodic Protection, and Electrical Installation
– Review supplier documents for electrical and non-electrical packages
– Attend Inspection and Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) of electrical equipment, motors, and associated skids

– Provide Site Support, including (but not limited to) the following: – Provide off-site and on-site technical support to Construction personnel
– Coordinate with office personnel to resolve issues as needed
– Provide technical support for Site Acceptance Testing (SAT) of electrical equipment
– Assist with pre-commissioning, energization, commissioning, and start-up, as required by the project

Reports to: Project: Lead Engineer
Functional: Supervising Department Manager
Liaise with: All design/drafting disciplines, all Engineering disciplines, Fabrication group and Document Control
Supervises: Trainee Engineers