The Construction Electrical/Instrumentation Field Engineer, under supervision, undertakes activities relating to construction engineering within the electrical/instrumentation discipline. Duties include interpreting electrical/instrumentation design drawings and specifications, cable installations and terminations, loop testing and instrument tubing, field verification of materials, and aiding field electrical/instrumentation personnel as required. This position is not considered the design authority for the project, but only to enforce electrical/instrumentation construction per design.
Coordinate with engineering on constructability and design issues relating to the electrical/instrumentation discipline such as cable and instrument installation, terminations, and calibration.
Establish an electrical/instrumentation design/field engineering working relationship and lines of communication with the Project Engineer, including agreement on electrical/instrumentation engineering deliverables and overall construction application configuration management.
Responsible for quantity take-off, control, tracking, reporting and forecasting for electrical/instrumentation discipline.
Specify the electrical/instrumentation criteria for construction of temporary construction facilities as required.
Direct the preparation of requisitions for field procured materials, material substitution, services and equipment including panels, motors, switchgear, and instruments.
Approve field requisitions as delegated by the Project Field Engineer.
Review material receiving reports and warehousing to assure delivery of correct electrical/instrumentation materials.
Coordinate and monitor the interfaces for electrical/instrumentation data exchange to support the construction automation plan and the project controls program requirements at the jobsite.
Develop and manage the electrical/instrumentation construction quality program.
Direct preparation of cost estimates for electrical/instrumentation construction activities and coordinate the preparation of cost reports, forecast and progress reports.
Coordinate with Field supervision and Subcontractors to plan/support construction schedules.
Plan and recommend electrical/instrumentation procedures to be implemented by Field Supervision to ensure construction operations are within requirements of engineering design and specifications.
Work with customer’s resident engineering and operating personnel to coordinate electrical/instrumentation construction activities.
Coordinate subcontract activities to ensure electrical/instrumentation materials, equipment and quality comply with design plans and specifications. Implement controls over variables affecting electrical/instrumentation installation job progress such as cable routing, terminations, instrument installation, and loop testing. Also ensure engineering and procurement provide timely delivery of drawings, materials and equipment and that other corporate programs are fully utilized.
Administer major subcontract changes regarding the electrical/instrumentation discipline and represent the company in major contractual discussions and negotiations.
Perform other duties as required by Bechtel management.
Validate and submit (discipline) construction quantities for Quantity Unit Rate Report (QURR) tracking.
Interface with Project Controls for submittal of quantities to ePCWorks.
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or other relevant technical discipline from an accredited university as well as a minimum of one year relevant work experience, or seven years relevant experience in the absence of a degree.
Have a working knowledge of the electrical/instrumentation installation and operations.
Demonstrated commitment to Environment, Safety and Health (ES&H). Demonstrated commitment to a Zero Accident safety program.
Must be computer-literate in word processing, spreadsheet and database applications.
Must be familiar with current industry quality standards.
Basic ability to utilize the TeamWorks suite and SetRoute application as the Bechtel Standard Application Programs (BSAPs).
Basic knowledge of Project Technical Requests (PTR) for routing and resolving Requests for Information (RFIs), Field Change Documents (FCDs), and Non Conformance/Compliance Reports (NCRs) between project sites, contractors, clients, and home office.
Basic knowledge of work packaging and basic ability to manipulate completions module and PunchWorks for interface with the start-up team.
Additional Requirements (optional):
Basic understanding of production management including scheduling.
Sound communication skills.
Sound interpersonal and teamwork skills.
Basic knowledge of cost management including estimating and forecast development.
Bechtel’s internal staffing policy includes the minimum time that you need to be in your current position before applying to a new position. Please refer to the applicable policy manual and ensure you meet the minimum requirements.