Instrumentation Designer

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
– Prepare and develop arrangement and detail FEED, studies, and detail design drawings of high technical quality and professional consistent presentation ensuring clarity and ease of construction
– Assist in the preparation of 3D models
– Ensure work is in compliance with MDR and project QA and/or QC systems and procedures
– Apply basic technical skills and knowledge to complete assigned work
– Continue developing skills to efficiently complete repetitive tasks
– Manage own time to meet deadlines set by others
– Become familiar with the Contract Scope of Work, specifications, schedule, and all inter-discipline requirements, including identifying concerns as early as practicable
– Maintain а filing system for various drawings and documents as directed by the Senior Designer
– Recognize changes to scope and notify the Discipline Lead Designer
– Interface with all disciplines to develop clash-free designs
– Interface with other disciplines to obtain input for Discipline designs and drawings
– Liaise with other discipline support groups to ensure clearly defined interfaces, deliverables, and schedules are met
– Document substantive communications (communications that result in significant decisions or assignment
of actions), and forward copies to Discipline Lead Designer and Discipline Supervisor
– Assist Discipline Lead Designer in preparing estimates for proposals and job scope changes
– Review all project design documentation for detailed technical interfaces
– Research Customer standards and procedures to prepare project-specific design procedures
and standards for submission to the Customer for approval
– Set up the Discipline Master design drawing and document files
– Prepare Discipline deliverables such as: – Detailed design drawings
– As-built drawings

– Review drawings issued by other disciplines and incorporate the required data into Discipline drawings
– Review vendor drawings and documents and incorporate required vendor data into Discipline drawings
and documents
– Perform design verification through single discipline checks (SDC) and assist with inter-discipline checks (IDC), providing comments to the Lead Designer
– Prepare, issue, and update material and weight data take-offs
– Assist Fabrication as required in the resolution of construction difficulties relating to design problems, clashes, etc.
– Monitor progress and maintain the deliverables register on an ongoing basis
– Ensure compliance with the Project Execution Plan and the timely completion and archiving of drawings and documents
– Keep the Lead Designer and/or Senior Designer apprised of all activities, progress, and concerns
– Participate in design reviews and audits
– Capture lessons learned and entered them into MDR’s Lessons Learned system
– Develop a basic understanding of MDR’s business and the customers it serves
– Prepare Instrument Design deliverables such as: – Layout drawings
– Instrument hook-up/installation details
– Wiring/loop diagrams
– Panel and console drawings
– Instrument drawing lists
– Logic Diagrams
– Shutdown hierarchy drawings
– Schematics and block diagrams
– Material schedules

Reports to:
Project: Lead Designer, Project Engineering Manager or Project Manager
Functional: Supervising Designer or Engineering Manager
Liaise With: Engineers, other Designers, and Senior Designers
Supervises: May be required to assist or provide guidance to trainee designers