General Description includes complex safety & environmental engineering design, analysis and development of an assigned scope of work in a CB&I project and/or specific complex deliverables such as Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) Management Plans, HSE philosophies, studies & reviews, Fire Safety System Design, Consequence analysis. Work includes, among other things, BAT/ALARP studies, safety layout development, impact and emission calculations and safety equipment specification. Is able to effectively communicate complex technical solutions and concepts to other engineers and non-engineers. Assists with training other engineers by providing instruction on new technologies and/or a specialization.
Supports the development of new safety & environmental techniques. Is the highest level Engineer position and looked to for technical expertise.
Mentors junior Safety & Environmental Engineers and depending on size and complexity of scope of work may be assigned as the Safety & Environmental Engineering Lead for a project.
Reports functionally to the Project Manager or the Safety & Environmental Lead Engineer on a project and administratively to the Manager Safety & Environmental Engineering.
Maintains and promotes a focus on CB&I’s end product whether engineering, fabrication or construction. Ensures effective communications among other engineering disciplines. Ensures effective management of change. Assumes responsibility for cost, schedule, and budget control.
The PPL Safety & Environmental Engineer contributes to all kinds of Safety & Environmental related activities for projects, proposals, estimates and/or work improvement programs. The PPL Safety & Environmental Engineer can perform as Lead Safety & Environmental Engineer for small and large projects. Is responsible as Lead Safety & Environmental Engineer for project execution within budget and time schedule. The PPL Safety & Environmental Engr has a managing and leading role and must be able to work independently. However, complex matters may be discussed with a Safety & Environmental Specialist in the department.
The PPL Safety & Environmental Engineer must perform and will be held responsible for and aware of:
· Scheduling and estimating activities.
· Establishing the definition of Safety & Environmental basis of design and Safety & Environmental design criteria..
· Consult specialists of the Safety & Environmental Engineering Department and elsewhere, if applicable.
· BAT/ALARP studies.
· Contacts with client or potential clients and consultants.
· Computer calculations, interpretation and optimization of results.
· HSE information on Codes, Standards and International/Country laws.
· HSE Philosophies and Execution/Management Plans.
· HSE design studies
· HSE design specifications for project scope including equipment, lines and instruments.
· Lead in HSE screening /review meetings and communications with other disciplines to verify and ensure that HSE requirements are well understood and properly taken care of by all concerned.
· Fire Safety Systems Design.
· Human Factor Engineering documents.
· In respect of constructed plants represents CB&I Lummus for all Safety & Environmental -related aspects, such as regulatory compliance.
· Accredited engineering degree as may be required by specific regions.
· Chemical or Mechanical Engineering degree.
· Chartered Engineer.
· Has strong proven detail Safety & Environmental engineering experience in lead roles and/or specialization experience.
· Is familiar with Codes, Standards and International requirements related to HSE.
· Is familiar with safety & environmental designs and unit operations.
· Is current on new scientific engineering methods and possesses a broad technical knowledge of the safety & environmental engineering process.
· Is capable of appropriate use of computer applications and other specialized engineering tools.
· Show flexibility and ensure proper hand-over with regards to:
o The reassignment to other projects.
o The replacement of colleagues during illness and holidays.
o The provision of assistance to other colleagues with heavy workload (also other projects) when possible/desirable.
o The managing/learning of current future working methods and software applications.
· Good communication skills.
· Ability to learn/ improve.
· Flexible attitude.
· Good command of English language.
· Ability to work in a team and independently.
· Basic computer knowledge.
· Knowledge of HSE software and calculation tools.
· Reporting skills.
· Able to cope with stress and interact under stressful conditions.
· Technical experience.
The typical experience in the Global Requirement Guide must be read as a guideline only.