The Principal Offshore Lead Mechanical Engineer Serves asthe focal point for all Mechanical Engineering Activities andinterfaces/coordinates with other Discipline Engineering Teams & ClientRepresentatives for Specific Assigned Project(s) and will be based in theMcDermott Houston Office.
Performs as the Lead Offshore Mechanical Engineer for Assigned Project(s).
Capable of the Application, Selection, Design Layout and Engineering of Rotating & Packaged Equipment found on Offshore Compression Platforms
Has Experience with, and can Undertake, Pre-FEED and FEED Studies for Offshore Platforms per Project Requirements
Provide Technical Clarifications to any comments raised by other Departments, Clients, Classification Societies, etc. throughout the Project Engineering phase
Coordinate Equipment Bid Reviews with other involved Engineering Disciplines
Liaise with Suppliers for any pending Technical issues to be solved during Project Execution to ensure that Equipment Packages are Technically Compliant with Project Specifications, Engineering Expectations and in Coordination with the Client(s)
Provide Technical Expertise for Packages & Equipment Upgrades, Repairs, inspection and Testing as required by Project needs
Monitor Mechanical Engineering Discipline Performance, Develop Discipline Improvement Plans when necessary
- Carry out Specific Project Tasks and responsibilities as required
Highlight and Quantify Risk associated with Critical Interfaces, Equipment, Supplier Data Flow and Project Schedule and develop any mitigation plans accordingly
Periodically travel to McDermott High Value Engineering Centers, Fabrication Yards, Equipment Suppliers and Client Facilities to facilitate Deliverables Production, Critical Data Flow, Schedule Adherence and Coordination Activities
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