Location: Houston, TX - Hybrid
The main function of a Designer IV is responsible for assisting Engineering and Operations in complying with the Facility Data Management Programs.
Supports the Designer and will assist in the overall engineering design effort of Operational Excellence and Engineering & Construction Projects, when necessary, by developing and/or compiling the required design and construction information from various sources including; site studies, vendor drawings, catalog data, engineering sketches, reference drawings and input from other disciplines.
Performs facility as-built walk-downs to develop, update and maintain Process Flow Diagrams (PFDs), Piping and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs), Facility Plot Plans, Electrical Hazardous Area Classification Plans, Electrical One Line diagrams, Emergency Operating Procedure drawings, Cause and Effect Matrix and other drawings that may be required.
Provides technical support, designs, and drawings for complex engineering projects.
Plans and conducts work requiring independent evaluation, also assumes responsibility for contribution to the success of a project.
Creates designs for pipeline and related facilities based on scope requirements provided by internal business partners.
Prepares working plans and detail drawings and maps according to standards and specifications.
Communicates with internal and external business partners to determine needs and satisfaction.
Reviews and verifies that plans, designs, drawings, and maps conform to applicable codes, standards, specifications and the requirements of internal business partners.
Develops and maintains facility drawings for Plants, Stations, and above ground appurtenances in support Operations & Maintenance (O&M), Tactical, and as necessary Engineering & Construction (E&C) projects ensuring regulatory compliance and supporting safe, reliable, and efficient operations.
Ensures accurate, timely, and efficient design and delivery of drawings from conception to as-built state and continued maintenance and updates afterwards.
These drawings and documents include Process Flow Diagrams (PFDs), Piping and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs), Facility Plot Plans, Electrical Hazardous Area Classification Plans, Electrical One Line diagrams, Schematics, Emergency Operating Procedure drawings, Cause and Effect Matrixes, Relief System Design data, and other drawings that may be required
Diagrams (PFDs), Piping and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs), Facility Plot Plans, Electrical Hazardous Area Classification Plans, Electrical One Line diagrams, Emergency Operating Procedure drawings, Cause and Effect Matrix and other drawings that may be required.
Creativity, verbal and written communication skills and problem solving ability.
Basic ability to utilize various forms of media, including print, electronic and film.
Advanced knowledge of design techniques, tools, and principles involved in production of precision technical plans, blueprints, drawings and models.
Previous experience using the computer to create layouts and generate new images.
Experience with Adobe imaging software (i.e., Illustrator, Photoshop), computer aided design (CAD) software and graphics software
Associate of Applied Science degree in Design and Drafting Technology or equivalent experience work experience
Broad level of knowledge concerning industry codes, standards and practices such as ASME, API, ANSI, DOT, ISA, NEC, ACCI, AISC, UBC, ASCE, NFPA, AWS, NACE, IBC, etc.
8-10 years of drafting experience and 6+ years would have focused on independent design assignments.
Include a minimum of 6 years of related experience in gas and oil industry design and drafting