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.
– Is familiar with the use of codes and standards.
– Prepare clear and accurate detailed design calculations and analyses including design reports and procedures.
– Prioritize and organize own work to meet deadlines.
– Is able to coordinate work with design team.
– Focus on completing work within budgets.
– Clearly communicate and explain information in straightforward engineering activities.
– Working knowledge of English, both oral and written.
– Prepare key project deliverables, including (but not limited to) the following:
o Specifications and Datasheets
o Electrical Load List and Summary
o One-line diagrams
o Motor control schematics
o Electrical building and equipment layouts
o Bills of Material
o Electrical calculations (Cable sizing, load flow, short circuit, lighting)
o Conceptual studies and calculations
o Cost and planning studies
– Support Project Development and Coordination, including (but not limited to) the following:
o Maintain and promote a focus on McDermott’s end-product throughout engineering, fabrication, or construction
o Report to and coordinate with the electrical engineering project lead and electrical task lead, as applicable
o Communicate with electrical and other disciplines of engineering and design
o Coordinate and manage change with full awareness of project impact
o Assume responsibility for cost, schedule, quantity and budget control
– Develop and review vendor packages, including (but not limited to) the following:
o Create requisition packages for Substations, Transformers, and Electrical material
o Create subcontract packages for Heat Tracing, Cathodic Protection, and Electrical Installation
o Review supplier documents for electrical and non-electrical packages
o Attend Inspection and Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) of electrical equipment, motors, and associated skids
– Provide Site Support, including (but not limited to) the following:
o Provide off-site and/or on-site technical support to Construction personnel
o Coordinate with office personnel to resolve issues as needed
o Provide technical support for Site Acceptance Testing (SAT) of electrical equipment
o Assist with pre-commissioning, energization, commissioning, and start-up, as required by the project