Facilities Engineer Advisor

Brief Description Oversees facilities engineering projects and provides engineering support for on-going operations. Reports to an Engineering, Operations or Asset Manager and works closely with Business Unit Managers and Asset Teams for each geographic area to ensure early identification of surface facility needs.  Oversees evaluation of appropriate options and makes recommendations that meet the Business Unit needs and development strategies. Is responsible for the timely and on-budget completion of these projects.  Coordinates work with other departments (e.g. EH&S, Regulatory, Marketing) in order to coordinate all aspects for their successful execution.  Provides on-going technical facilities engineering support for trouble shooting, optimization and identification of de-bottlenecking opportunities within the existing assets. Oversees selection of 3rd party engineering and construction firms that will be required to leverage their ability to provide complete project management services for the wide and diverse facility portfolio.  Proactively implements all facilities projects with risk assessments and process safety management as a top priority. Detailed Description Performs in a technical expert and specialist role and possesses advanced knowledge in a facilities engineering discipline. Mastery of area of facilities specialty Leads and/or manages complex engineering studies using advanced concepts and is recognized as a technical expert within division or group. Oversees the development of fit for purpose standards and specifications for surface facility projects. Leads and/or manages feasibility studies, scope development, AFE cost estimates, bid preparation, and overall project management of assigned projects. Advises, manages and approves facility designs and gathering system hydraulic modeling. Provides technical guidance and assistance to others in discipline. Job Requirements Bachelor's degree in Engineering Typically requires 10 years of related experience. IRC27303
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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