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UOP is the recognized leader in developing and licensing process technology used by refiners and petrochemicals producers to produce gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and the building blocks for plastic and other products. It also develops and sells catalysts, adsorbents, equipment, process plants and technical services.
UOP is pioneering technology to get plastics from natural gas and to get more valuable products out of every barrel of oil. UOP has also developed technology to produce real fuels from renewable energy sources, including Honeywell Green Diesel™ and Honeywell Green Jet Fuel™, which was used to power the first transatlantic biofuel flight.
Thomas Russell Co. is now part of UOP. We are committed to providing skid-mounted modular plant systems to help our clients in the processing industry address the operating cost and flexibility issues that negatively impact processing costs and recovery efficiencies. Many of the installations are turn key projects involving complete electrical installations and instrument control systems. Through our extensive field experience and our familiarity with the latest technologies, we produce process plants that are: dependable safe, easy to maintain, and designed for long life with minimum maintenance.
We have a current opening for a Sr. Project Engineer in Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is the responsibility of a project engineer to verify projects by planning, organizing and controlling all elements of the project after it is turned over from sales. The project engineer has to effectively work in collaboration with all functional groups within Thomas Russell Co., vendors and customer representatives to ensure that all project requirements are met as laid out in the contract. The elements of a project that are the responsibility of the project engineer include but are not limited to:
· Prepare and issue project job instructions to the project team and the shop
· Review P&ID’s internally and coordinate to issue
· Work with customer representative to obtain timely review and issue of P&ID’s for construction
· Coordinate customer questions and revisions to P&ID’s such as HAZOP/PHA changes
· Verify the fulfillment of contract requirements
· Communicate and ensure the incorporation of customer specification
· Job schedules using equipment deliveries and manpower allocations
· Obtain an as-sold budget from contract/sales
· Prepare and issue budget updates based on contract change documents
· Ensure communication of project changes to the project team
· Ensure approval of project change documents with the customer
· Coordinate the transmission of major equipment specification sheets developed by process to purchasing for equipment procurement
· Review and approve vendor invoices for payment
· Resolve vendor “extra” cost for purchased equipment
· Track and communicate job cost treads to company management
· Update the major equipment list
· Ensure vendor data sheets and drawings match Thomas Russell Co. and customer specifications.
· Ensure distribution of vendor drawings and customer site information.
· Ensure that all equipment, valves, and instrumentation are procured based on schedule and specification.
· Ensuring that all equipment is reviewed, approved and distributed by or to the project team.
· Coordinate timely issuance of Thomas Russell Co. drawings.
· Prepare “Field Design Support” and “Detailed Field Design” documents when project requires.
· Coordinate communication with customer throughout the project life-cycle
· Assist in plant start-up.
· Identify and assist in coordinating solution to operational problems after start-up.
· Possibility of occasional travel domestic and international.
· Provide monthly progress reports and financial updates on assigned projects
· Participate in planning and coordination meetings for jobs
· Participate in Customer sponsored meetings
· Follow UOP Russell T&E guidelines and provide full transparency as required by policy
- Bachelor of Science in Mechanical, Civil or Chemical Engineering or an equivalent of 10 years of experience in the oil and gas industry.
- Minimum 5 years experience in a project or design engineering role focused on mechanical equipment or equipment systems utilized in the petroleum refining, petrochemical and/or gas processing industries.
- Strong oral and written communications skills.
- Ability to work effectively within a team based environment.
- Project Engineering experience with an EPC contractor.
- Strong multi-tasking skills.
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