Telecom Engineer

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:
– Perform FEED, Studies, and detailed design engineering, analysis and calculations on more complex and demanding engineering tasks related to Telecom systems as applicable
– 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
– Recognize changes to scope and notify the Discipline Lead Engineer
– 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 Discipline Lead Engineer and Discipline Manager
– Provide required bid inputs as directed
– Prepare sketches of detail 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 MTO’s for requisitions
– Assist in updating weight report based on receipt of vendor information
– Check drawings
– Check engineering performed by others within Discipline
– Review vendor and subcontractor submittals, checking for compliance with project specifications and providing comments as necessary
– Perform design verification through single-discipline check 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 lessons learned and enter into MDR’s Lessons Learned system
– Develop an awareness of costs related to own work and of the discipline
– Prepare automation system definition, including philosophy, specifications, safety drawings, and system architecture
– Prepare FDS&GDS logic (as applicable) / cause & effect diagrams (in cooperation with Instrumentation Engineering)
– Prepare / update specifications and data sheets for Telecom equipment
– Prepare Telecom equipment spare parts lists
– Prepare inputs to P&ID (HSE Process Part especially) development and markups based on receipt of vendor information
– Review Telecom equipment testing procedures
– Attend Telecom equipment FAT’s, as required
– Further develop knowledge of Telecom related systems (FDS, GDS, CCTV, TEL/LAN, Radio Systems (RS), Intercom Systems (IS), Public Address General Alarm Systems (PA-GA), Intrusion Detection Systems (IDS) and/or Access Control Systems (ACS), etc.)