Onshore Methods
Field Engineer Onshore
Onshore Methods Engineer
Onshore Project Engineer
 

Field Engineer Onshore

 

Mission Tasks

Provide on-site engineering services to the Project or Site Manager to assist in the achievement of project objectives, according to the plan/procedures developed by the engineering project team

 

Professional Skills

1.Work in staff to the superintendant of the site and report to him. 2.Perform all task assigned by the superintendant, in direct contact with the assistant superintendant, the master and the chief engineer. 3.Monitor construction / installation etc. progress to ensure acceptable quality of structures and finishes. 4.Verify sub-contractors' performance and assess their operation performance. 5.Liaison with the project personnel, Foremen and Inspectors to ensure smooth job preparation and field operations. 6.Liaise with asset management for the contract monitoring of the assets. 7.Ensure the application of project engineering in the construction activities. 8.Liaise with Client technical representative for all engineering matters. 9.Perform all possible technical verifications on field.

 
 

Onshore Methods Engineer

 

Mission Tasks

The Onshore Methods Engineer is responsible for technical integrity and compliance with estimated costs and deadlines throughout the various engineering phases of the project.

 

Professional Skills

1. Report to a Project Engineer (if any) or in case of sufficient seniority perform part of project engineering functions. In case of insufficient seniority report to an Expert Method Engineer or to a Project Engineer. 2. Draw up a general engineering schedule as stipulated by the contract to be revised by the Project. 3. Identify technical problems and make the necessary technical decisions within the limitations imposed by contractual requirements. 4. Draw up definitions and detailed specifications of tasks and sub-tasks or supervise their drafting by other resources if requested. 5. Define the materials or services to be purchased for engineering tasks within the allocated resource budget, in conjunction with the Project Engineer. 6. Approve all the technical design necessary for the purchase and/or construction of products to be supplied to the Client. 7. Participate to meetings to examine and, if necessary, audit the technical design, and take part in technical examinations with the Client. Cost and scheduling decisions which influence contractual obligations or other functions must be approved by the Project Engineer (if any) and communicated to the Engineering Manager and Project Manager. 8. Notify the Project Engineer (if any) and Engineering Manager of any problems occurring with any other engineering areas. 9. Perform all the necessary engineering verifications and calculations necessary for the methology to be implemented. 10. Supervise and verify the drafting describing the methodology to be implemented. 11. Summarise and clarify in a manual all methodology activities, clearly indentifying the show stoppers (if any). Transfer inside the manual all uselful data derived by analyses performed by others. 12. Ensure that the operation people on site receive all useful data in form of reports, manuals, drawings. 13. Follow up activities onshore or in any construction place deemed necessary by the project. 14. All the above activities could be performed with different level of deepness for Project or Bid assistance performance. 15. Ensure the Management of Outsourced Engineering with Subcontractors.

 
 

Onshore Project Engineer

 

Mission Tasks

Ensure that all project disciplines are properly and correctly managed by subordinate staff, for the successful execution of the Project.

 

Professional Skills

1.Report to a Project Manager within a project or to the Method Manager and Proposal manager for a bid assistance performance or for an engineering study. 2.Coordinate, all the assigned Engineering and Construction activities and provide technical and administrative guidance to ensure the execution is technically and economically sound. 3.Take responsibility of a part of a project or a bid or a study. The part could be greater or smaller according to the size of the project. Responsibility include the performance up to IFC full issue of the documents relevant to the assigned tasks including reports, manuals and drawings and the preparation of relevant construction activities according to the Project requests, even if delegated to other persons. 4.Assign (if any) the various tasks and sub-tasks for the relative engineering area. 5.Draw up specifications for the construction of subcontracted elements, using the contract specifications as a reference, or supervise their drafting by junior installation engineers (if required) otherwise perform directly. 6.Monitor and co-ordinate all phases of project progress and ensure deliverables, equipment, facilities and services meet specified requirements. 7.Ensure technical co-ordination with Client, including attendance at progress meetings. 8.Ensure the correct filing and distribution of Project Documentation. 9.Assist the Project Manager in the Extra-Works and Claims Management and in the assessment and formulation of alternative programs, in the event of delays, or modification requests by the Client. 10.Assist with purchases, sub-supplies, production, field operations and auxiliary activities by guaranteeing the necessary links and technical assistance within the resource budget allocated by the Project Manager. 11.Participate to the critical onhore tasks to ensure their performance according to methodology and ensure the relevant feed back. 12.All these activities could be undertaken either for a project performance or for a bid assistance performance.