- Location: Australia
- Salary: AUD 0 per year
- SalaryAUD 0 per year
Welding InspectorCSWIP 3.1NACE 25 Days a weekNight Shift10 Hour shiftsMay - September 2022Victoria, AustraliaAccommodation Includedadib.email@example.com 6280 2417Thank you
- SalaryMarket related
Position Summary:Develop, maintain and communicate capital projects cost and schedules. The position can be assigned to multiple capital projects as well as specific initiatives for business development. He or she will be responsible for project controls and reporting, including estimate development, cost control, progress measurement, schedule development and schedule control.Key Responsibilities: Lead planning exercises, prepare and maintain EPC cost and schedule for capital projects.Coordinate with project teams to develop master project schedules for all phases of the project.Develop schedules with activities to the lowest levels with logic in MS Project and Primavera.Obtain data on project progress, logic and manpower from project managers, contractors or other project/plant personnel.Provide overall project cost, schedule, estimating, progress measurement, and change management leadership and expertise.Ensure schedules generated for a project are fully integrated and resource-loaded in order to ensure the accuracy of projected staffing requirements.Generate basis of cost and schedule, perform cost and schedule analysis and cost and schedule risk assessment (CSRA) for projects and provide cost and schedule confidence report.Analyze cost and schedule trends, develop and review cost and schedule forecasts.Provide project managers with corrective actions regarding cost and schedule variances and impacts on project delays and opportunities.Assist project teams in resolution of issues involving cost, schedule, & contract changes.Set up, implement, and maintain project cost and schedule related key performance indicators (KPIs).Conduct cost and schedule review meetings and assist in developing alternatives to accommodate changes to project plans and communicate any deviations of current plan to the project team.Review cost and schedules prepared by contractors to ensure appropriate level of details and structure are applied to ensure effective progress monitoring and project control.Review change requests and change assessments in accordance with management of change plan.Provide necessary coaching to contractor's planners to insure the development of job plans that can be transposed into a workable cost and schedule that accurately links required tasks and specific resources that are necessary to complete an identified work scope.Skill Set/Knowledge/Expertise:BS Eng (ME, ChE), MBA, PE preferred;Project Management Certification (PMI) or similar.>10 years of demonstrated experience in managing capital projects (> $2 MM) in the specialty chemical or similar industry.>10 years of demonstrated project planning and scheduling experience in the specialty chemical or similar industry.Working knowledge of high purity gas installation techniques, and practices a plus.Ability to read and interpret equipment schematics, PIDs, and construction drawings.Proficient in Value Engineering.Fluent in the use of MS Office Suite, including MS Project and MS Project Online.Proficient in cost estimating techniques and understanding of estimate accuracy at various project stages.Knowledge of building codes, consensus engineering standards and applicable regulations (ASME, API, CGA, NFPA, OSHA).Effective verbal and written communication, with good mediation skills. Must be collaborative and comfortable working in a team environment.Attention to detail; precision and accuracy are important.
- Salary£45k - 55k per year
- LocationPays de la Loire Region
As an Offshore Foundation Structural Assessment Senior Engineer F/M you will be involved in delivering multi-level ongoing projects in the offshore wind whilst looking at the wider renewable energy business in general, contributing and developing broader technical solutions for business.You'll be part of an enthusiastic and committed team of Engineers and Technicians to deliver high-quality output on projects. Client care and repeat business are crucial to success. This means you enjoy developing and nurturing relationships with clients.You will have a good understanding of the technical engineering requirements of offshore wind turbine structures. As an Offshore foundation structural assessment senior engineer, you will be Performing structural calculations mainly using the finite element calculation method (FEA) to include: Analysis of Structural ModelsMonitoring calculations and detailed drawingsSelection of load cases (environmental conditions, a turbine in production/shutdown, etc.)Post-processing of extreme loads and fatigueAnalysis of the results and recommendations on the designData flow managementEnsuring technical compliance with the relevant regulations and client specificationsCompletion and delivery of high-quality technical reports. and you will carry out the dimensioning of structures: In the pre-design, design, basic, and detailed engineering phases (typically offshore jacket/monopile wind turbine foundation).Analysis of structural designs and gradually develop expertise in a wide range of offshore structures including static & dynamic analysis, fatigue analysis, impact analysis, fracture mechanics, Finite Element Analysis, wave dynamics, seismic design, engineering materials, etc. The role is based in Nantes, France, and the incumbent will have the right to work and reside in France.In this hybrid role, you will have a defined work location that includes remote work from home, in the office, and offshore/on-site as agreed with your manager.Flexibility to working hours and willing travel locally and internationally may be required occasionally.What we are looking forWe are looking for a determined, results, and client-oriented professional with a supportive and global mindset, and excellent interpersonal skills. The successful candidate should be passionate about innovation, and progress and enjoys working in a dynamic and multicultural environment both independently and as part of a team. In addition, you: Hold a Master's degree (or equivalent):structural mechanics and/or solid mechanics.Have at least 3 years of experience in the offshore field (Wind or Oil & Gas) in the dimensioning of offshore foundation structures, mainly of the jacket or monopile type.Will have Knowledge of mechanical characteristics of metal/concrete/composite materials (RDM).Have an in-depth understanding of at least 1 of the following: ANSYS / SACS / ABAQUS / SESAM.Knowledge and/or practice of standards such as DNV-GL, IEC, API, AISC, and Eurocodes.Are fully proficient in English, and French is an advantage.Practice in code checking, yielding, buckling, and fatigue, in ULS, FLS, and ALS conditions could be an additional advantage.