Senior Instrumentation Designer

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
– Prepare and develop arrangement and detail conceptual, FEED, studies, and detail design drawings of high technical quality and professional consistent presentation ensuring clarity and ease of construction
– Develop 3D models and ensure clash-free with other disciplines
– Ensure design deliverables are completed and issued per project specifications, MDR, and project Level 2 & 3 procedures, and within agreed schedules
– Apply knowledge and/or skills to complete а variety of day-to-day activities within own area
– Continue developing skills to complete repetitive tasks efficiently
– Prioritize and organize own work to meet agreed-upon deadlines
– Become familiar with the Contract Scope of Work, specifications, schedule, and all inter-discipline requirements, including identifying concerns as early as practicable and taking appropriate initiatives to address the issues
– Identify changes to scope and promptly raise change notifications in the Change Management system, including providing supporting documentation and estimates
– Provide similar support for Variation Orders
– 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, including execution statements, work schedules, and manhour requirements
– Raise technical queries to obtain missing information, clarify work scope, and maintain preferred McDermott procedures, specifications, standards, practices, and operational requirements
– Participate in finalizing deliverables lists, deliverables, and philosophies to ensure compliance with specifications and functional integrity
– Attend project kickoff and review meetings, vendor/supplier meetings, engineering and design meetings, and offshore site surveys as required
– Research Customer standards and procedures to prepare project-specific design procedures
and standards for submission to the Customer for approval
– Set up and maintain the Discipline Master design drawing and document files, including final archiving
– Prepare Discipline deliverables such as: – 3D model
– 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
– Assist in providing necessary design inputs to other disciplines to enable them to proceed with their deliverables
– Identify all items for which insufficient data is available to allow the drawing or model to be completed (HOLDS), and list these on the drawing and the standard ‘HOLDS’ list form
– Notify the Discipline Lead Designer when there are updates to the Holds list
– Generate IDC design documentation for the project
– Perform design verification through single discipline checks (SDC) and/or inter-discipline checks (IDC), providing comments to the Lead Designer
– Review all project IDC design documentation for detailed technical interfaces
– Maintain single discipline and inter-discipline check drawings and filing
– Prepare, issue, and update the material and weight data take-offs
– Assist Fabrication as required in resolving 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 apprised of all activities, progress, and concerns, including manpower and budgetary-related
– Assist in providing inputs for actual, planning, and forecasting progress reports, including associated productivity
– Report errors and suggest a resolution for the same
– Participate in design reviews and audits
– Capture lessons learned and entered them into MDR’s Lessons Learned system
– Guide less experienced Designers on MDR and Discipline procedures, standards, worksheets, design calculations, software, technical queries, etc.
– Guide trainee Designers
– Assist in the maintenance of departmental technical guidelines and standards
– Further develop an understanding of MDR’s business, including processes and procedures
– Prepare/review Instrument Design deliverables such as: – 3D model Instrument scopes
– 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

– Participate in clash resolution meetings, as required
– Travel to the fabrication yard or construction site to assist in mechanical completion, hook-up, and/or commissioning, as required
Reports to:
Project: Lead Designer
Functional: Supervising Designer or Engineering Manager
Liaise With: Engineers, other Designers, Lead Designers, and assigned designers in other disciplines
Supervises: Assigned Designers & Trainee Designers