Manage the detail Engineering design for Power plant, Gas pipeline, Transmission line and substation expansion works
Ensure the Project major equipment purchase orders are in line with the requirements in the Project Specifications
implement all relevant VIP, Best practices and lessons learned
Implement and lead the IIF culture development in the associated detailed design offices
Work with external stakeholders (partners, regulatory agencies, etc) to ensure timely approvals of project documents, permits and licenses
Work with Asset Management/Operation Assurance group to ensure integration of Operations Input into the detail design
Manage the Cost and Schedule for the Engineering effort, plan actively to mitigate overruns
Provide field engineering support to relevant teams during the construction and commissioning periods
Provide active mentoring to Engineers on the project
Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering
A minimum of 10 years of related engineering experience.
Project Engineering Expertise – From conceptual design to detailed engineering and construction field engineering support
FEED and detailed Engineering experience on gas and steam turbine based power generation equipment. General understanding of Power Generation Plants from a design and operating perspective.
Demonstrated Project Management Knowledge (CPDEP)
Ability to mentor junior engineers and consult project teams throughout Chevron Companies (PRC, ETC)
Understanding of project development and execution processes.
Ability to apply Business/Contractual concepts to problems and develop solutions
Strong interpersonal relationship builder, communicator, and customer focused
Experience of working on a Power Plant major capital project in the EPC execution phase
Required experience supporting conceptual design of Power Generation Plants and working knowledge of tools and processes associated with project development.