Principal HSE Engineer

Key Tasks and Responsibilities: 
– Perform conceptual, FEED, and detailed analyses and design as per design basis, project specifications, design codes and standards
– Produce/ check/ approve HSE engineering deliverables: design basis, philosophies, firewater PFDs, P&IDs, data sheets, safety layouts, complete analysis for hazards and environment aspects and will guide others; develop the content of deliverables from first principles where necessary
– Provide technical direction for at least two HSE engineering areas (e.g. Process safety areas, loss prevention, human factor engineering or environmental engineering)
– Undertake HSE engineering studies such as consequence analysis, and Best Available Techniques evaluations
– Define/co-ordinate subcontract relating to HSE Engineering activities
– Co-ordinate/Participate in HAZID, ENVID, HAZOP and other design HSE / operability / reliability studies and workshops.
– Close out of assigned HAZOP (and other design HSE) action items
– Review and (as Lead Engineer) approve vendor and subcontractor submittals, checking for compliance with project specifications and providing comments as necessary
– Review and (as Lead Engineer) approve design verification through single-discipline check / interdisciplinary check.
– Execute project in accordance to McDermott management system
– Capture lessons learned and submit via McDermott lessons learned system to initiate improvement
– Guide less experienced engineers on McDermott and Discipline procedures, standards, design calculations and simulations
– Interface with other engineering disciplines and departments to obtain input for discipline designs and drawings.
– Ensures effective management of change
– Act as a lead where assigned, in addition:
– Direct medium or large HSE Engineering team.
– Allocate tasks to the team, managing the relative strengths of the team members
– Plan, organize and direct all aspects of Discipline execution on the assigned project including scope, deliverables, schedule and all engineering resources – agree allocations with the Discipline Manager.
– Ensure interfaces and deliverables are clearly identified.
– Maintain responsibility for progress and productivity, identifying any required corrective action.
– Act as project representative for the Discipline during meetings with Project Team, Customer discipline lead and relevant agencies such as certifying authorities, auditors, third parties, etc