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Job TitleExpression of Interest-Lead Design Engineer Architect (b9ae43a25863)
Overview / Responsibilities Wood is currently seeking expression of interest for Lead Design Engineer Architect for a Kuwait based project to monitor the assigned scope to ensure Wood and Contractors perform all work to agreed standards for safety, health environment and demonstrate a commitment to attaining high levels of HSE (Health, Safety & Environment) performance.Please note that at this stage, applications for this role are invited as an Expression of Interest (EOI) whilst opportunities are being fully determined.ResponsibilitiesReview Designs for O&G processing facilities and their associated infrastructure Cooperate with other disciplines to ensure the timely realization of competitive, achievable and serviceable solutions, including their Production Information Documentation.Participate in the definition of system and/or module specifications.Participate in Factory and Site testingApply standard engineering techniques, procedures and criteria to make adaptations and modifications in order to solve technical problems that ariseContribute to and participate in formal and informal design reviews and the development of engineering changesExecute the design process in order to realize the project, product and program plansCreate designs that meet the specifications within the constraints given in the project planGenerate adequate Product Information/ Technical Product Documentation to qualify, integrate, produce and test productCollect and analyze information in order to report timely required information to different users and management. Provide regular status reporting to applicable management and departments in order to enable them to take required actions Skills / Qualifications Minimum [Register to View]
ArchitectureMinimum twelve years post graduate experienceMinimum eight years experience in the oil & gas, refining and petrochemical industriesMinimum five years experience in the designation