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I&C Project Engineer

  • Location: Superior, 54880
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Expiration Date: 12 March 2049
  • Job Ref: 22207

Summary
 

We have a great opportunity for an I&C Project Engineer opportunity with a Refinery in the upper Midwest.  The Project Engineer reports directly to the Project Engineering Manager so that the organization maintains a single point accountability for the overall documentation preparation turn over to SRC, maintaining and streamlining the as building process, managing bluebeam sessions on all key technical deliverables for SRP, SDMP and PHA scope. Liaise with SRC and Corporate on all the documentations handover plan and organizational structure.

Responsibilities

  • Supporting the Construction, I/C RFIs as required

  • Managing the documentation management execution for the handover to turnover

  • Managing the master data with SRC asset integrity

  • Managing the as building requirement

  • Providing field I/C engineering support during construction

  • Managing the key deliverables updates in blue beam repository following MOC process

Preferred Background

  • Minimum of 5 years related Oil and Gas Industry experience

  • Undergraduate Degree in Electrical or Automation or Instrumentation or Controls

  • Eligible to travel and work in the USA

  • Experience working with projects groups, in all project phases of projects

  • Experience in presenting to executive audiences and EPC contractors

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