Civil Structural Discipline Engineer
Location: Anchorage, AK
Location: Anchorage, AK
- Understand the project schedule and key milestones for assigned projects to provide technical assistance at appropriate time.
- Support the established single concept as the project progresses through subsequent project phases.
- Regulatory and Company compliance
- Technical guidance and day-to-day contact with civil / structural discipline engineering contractor
- Guide the development of the structural design premises to ensure safety in design, operability and inclusion of commonality and synergies of existing facilities modifications and new facilities and associated modifications
- Work collaboratively with AK BU Technical Authorities to ensure adherence to AK BU Specifications and compliance with regulatory and Company standards.
- Provide advice and input to Facility Development Engineer (FDE) to support the single concept decision.
- Frame specifications and criteria deviations and seek TA approval on behalf of the project
- Accept engineering deliverables.
- Review engineering drawings and relevant calculations and documents prepared by the engineering contractor as needed
- Review structural stress and flexibility analyses performed by engineering contractor
- Review Management of Change documentation
- Work collaboratively with other disciplines to ensure inter-discipline coherence and experience transfer
- Provide engineering support and data of existing facilities to engineering contractor.
- Participate in the project risk management process
- Provide input to procurement process and evaluate quotes for structural components and mechanical equipment as needed
- Participate in relevant Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT)
- Participate in AK BU Structural Engineering collaboration activities, including monthly collaboration meetings, and training and development activities
- Participate in Knowledge Sharing throughout the BU and company via NoE participation
- Stay abreast of opportunities around the company and industry that may be leveraging for COPA and COP developments.
- BS Degree in Civil / Structural Engineering
- Professional Engineer License in Alaska (preferred)
- 5+ years Structural design experience in the Oil and Gas (O&G) Industry.
- In depth knowledge of relevant industry codes and standards including AISC, ASCE, and AWS codes; and DOT, ADEC, and SPCC regulations
- Knowledge of welding, metallurgy, and QA/QC methods