- Location: Cincinnati
- Salary: Market related
- Assist process engineering design and coordinate process engineering deliverables with Engineering firm Including, but not limited to:
- Review vendor equipment approval drawings with focus on interface management between vendors
- Review/approve PIDs generated
- Review/approve PFDs generated
- Review/approve Area Process Narratives/Functional descriptions
- Review/approve Equipment specifications
- Review/Approve Instrumentation specifications
- Review/approve project Basis of Technical Design
- Review/approve mass and energy balances
- Perform project engineering role with focus on schedule and on facilitating clear communication between the various stakeholders on technical barriers to design advancement.
- Support construction efforts by answering technical questions and providing quality control oversight on installation and startup
- Assist with equipment layout development
- Provide technical assistance to procurement and project management with equipment bidding process, including package documentation, bidding, Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)s and bid comparisons. Generate project mass and energy balances
- Review and provide feedback on equipment, line, valve, specialty item and instrumentation lists generated by Engineering firm.
- Ensure project compliance with engineering and equipment standards
- Apply process safety management (PSM) experience to assist with items such as management of change (MOC) and pre-start up safety reviews (PSSR).
- Interface effectively with commercial, safety, accounting, legal, environmental, engineering, QA/QC, process safety management, and procurement to assist with project needs.
- Develop plans for commissioning/start-up and assist in executing same.
- Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or applicable related field.
- 5 to 10 year total industry experience
- Minimum of 5 years experience with field work or operations or construction
- Minimum of 5 years experience working with Process Safety principles
- Experienced in using TEAMS, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Visio and PowerPoint
- Experienced in using Navisworks 3D viewing software
- Builds Shared Vision
- SalaryRate is negotiable.
- LocationPort Arthur
Qualifications/competencies: Engineering degree with minimum of 5 years of related experience.Knowledge of implementation of API RP 752, 753 & 756.Knowledge and interpretation of QRA results.Previous experience conducting facility siting studies. Ability to legally work in the US without sponsorship (Exception will be made for TN visas) Role & Responsibilities: Perform building siting evaluations following API RP 752, 753 & 756.Develop and implement of building management procedures for the site.Develop and maintain a building register for the facility that includes all permanent buildings, portable structures and tents.Participate in PSSR (pre-start up safety review) to ensure all design and installation requirements are met before buildings are occupied and used.Conduct regular audits/inspections and develop corrective action plans as needed. - Support MOC process to ensure risks are properly identified and managed for PHAs and PSSRs are adequate.
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We have an immediate opening for a sr. IT Industrial System Engineer based at The Hague, Netherlands office The sr. IT Industrial System Engineer is responsible for developing the detailed technical configurations required to ensure that the many and varied plant floor computing platforms operate in a reliable manner and integrate seamlessly with each other and with the enterprise computing environment. The position provides information technology support and ensures continued operation of the systems, processes, and technologies that comprise our clients' Industrial Control Systems. The candidate will need strong IT infrastructure skills including network, client, server, and security.Plant floor computing requires a broad variety of operating systems, software applications and communication protocol alternatives. These systems must communicate with various electronic devices and together they form the core of plant automation. The blend of IT and non-IT components present technical challenges that must be considered in the design. What you'll do: Primary role will represent IT Plant Computing Engineering efforts on new capital projects (> $0.5 Billion USD) located in Uzbekistan and in various port locations throughout Europe based on project demands. This person will be embedded in the day-to-day design efforts and work closely with our clients' Engineering centers in the UK and India. This role will require travel within Europe and Central Asia as part of these new facility IT infrastructure deployments.Work with Process Automation Engineers to build and deploy control systems for new plant projects or control system upgrade projects. Participate in Industrial Control System cybersecurity assessments and deployments.Configure and install PCs and Servers for Process Control Applications.Provide first level incident response for Process Control PCs and Servers.Develop Zone & Conduit Diagrams and Perdue Enterprise Reference Architecture models for Process Control Systems.Develop, design, configure and deploy Plant Floor applications for malware, antivirus, disaster recovery, safelisting, asset management, remote access, intrusion detection and various other layer of protection for OT assets.Work with vendors and follow industry best practices for proper infrastructure support.Optimize work processes and implement automation to drive service efficiency and productivity.Help train, orient, bring up to speed new team members.Travel to our clients' plant sites, spend minimum of 25% of your time travelling.Participate in on-call support rotation, including evenings and weekends per rotation schedule. What we're looking for:Bachelor's degree in Information Technology, Computer Science, or equivalent work experience.15+ years IT experience or comparable experience with process control systemsExperience with Windows PC Operating Systems (Windows 7, Windows 10, Windows 11) and Windows Server Operating Systems (Windows 2016, 2019, 2022)Experience with Symantec Endpoint Protection, Acronis Backup, Netop Remote Control, and McAfee Application safelistingExperience with networks (TCP/IP network protocols, DNS, DHCP), firewalls, and Active DirectoryFluent in IEC 62443, NIST SP-800 and Saudi HCIS (High Commission for Industrial Security) and NCA (National Cybersecurity Authority) a plusISA99/IEC 62443 Cybersecurity Fundamentals Specialist Certificate a plusWillingness to learn and develop security administration skillset Familiarity with industrial control systems like Siemens PCS7,Honeywell, ABB ; Siemens and Honeywell are preferredAbility to manage multiple project priorities and competing demandsGood communication, leadership and teamwork skills are required, including the ability to work independentlyMust be a creative thinker, results oriented, focused, and attentive to detail and accuracyMust be sharp, quick, dedicated and innovative problem solverMust be able to safely handle physical demands of the position, including ability to lift up to 25 pounds, install equipment in tight spaces, and pull wire, cables, and run conduits as needs arise.
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Bachelor’s degree in Engineering in Petroleum / Mechanical / Process or equivalent.10 years’ experience in well services / petroleum engineering and operations.Broad knowledge / engineering expertise in all related disciplines in well completion such as geology, reservoir, drilling, production, etc.Ability to integrate and communicate with specialists of corresponding disciplines.
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One of Spencer Ogden's LNG clients is seeking a Process/Project Engineer to join them on a one year contract with the possibility of extension. The role will require candidates to be local or be willing to relocate to the Houston area.Minimum Qualifications A Bachelor's Degree in chemical engineering.8+ years working on EPC projects.US, Mexican or Canadian citizenship or a green card Responsibilities Experience reviewing regulators FERC and PHMSA documents and questiosns or experience on LNG projects.Participate in the review of P&ID's, PFD's and other design drawings.Participate in Process Hazard Analysis, HAZOPS or other formal hazard assessment groups.Assists in developing responses to regulatory agencies FERC and PHMSAProvide company supervision to the safe work of the EPC contractor and subcontractors. Details 1 year contract with the possibility of extensionRate: NegotiableLocation: Houston
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My client are a full-service, utility scale, solar and storage developer bringing projects from origination through development. The company has a portfolio of projects in late-stage development totalling 6GW solar and 3GW storage across three key markets of the UK, Australia, and Ireland. As of 2022, they agreed to sell the UK’s largest solar PV transaction to date consisting of a portfolio of 12 projects with a combined capacity of 519MW of projects including 70MW of collocated energy storage capacity to Scottish Power Renewables (UK) Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of global utility Iberdrola Group. Responsibilities: Establish and lead a team of electrical design engineers to design and deliver efficient connections for the clients portfolio of solar and storage assets.Undertake primary and secondary electrical design for 33 kV and 132 kV solar and storage connections across the UK. Engage closely with DNO’s to ensure timely approval of contestable designs in accordance with each DNO’s functional specifications.Lead the partial and full NERS accreditation processes to obtain ICP status for electrical design. Lead the establishment and development of the necessary tools and templates required to efficiently undertake ICP designs to a standard acceptable by DNOs.Co-ordinate the implementation of a best practice management system for undertaking electrical designs in compliance with the NERS standard. Manage the engagement of specialist consultants to establish the necessary policies and procedures as well as external NERS auditors to achieve and maintain accreditation.Apply your electrical engineering knowledge to undertake primary and secondary electrical designs for contestable grid connections for solar and storage using industry standard software programmes (AUTOCAD, CDEGS, PowerFactory, ETAP etc.), automating time consuming processes where possible.Provide engineering support to the project development team to ensure efficient and cost-effective grid connection strategies are pursued for solar and storage projects.Develop and foster close working relationships with DNO’s to collaborate and negotiate on grid connection options, costs, and timelines and achieve successful outcomes in contestable design review processes.Manage a database of grid connection costs for primary, secondary, and auxiliary electrical equipment associated with the connection of solar and storage projects to assist in financial modelling for prospective projects.Support the delivery of the project pipeline to energisation by providing electrical engineering guidance throughout the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning phases. Requirements: Degree in electrical engineering or similar.Technical understanding of the primary and electoral design and of high voltage grid connections for generation connections.Proven track record in undertaking ICP designs in the UK (5+ years).Proficient in electrical design software packages (AUTOCAD, PowerFactory etc.)Knowledge of the technical characteristics of utility scale solar PV and Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS) is desirable.Ability to communicate with DNOs to achieve positive project outcomes.Excellent inter-disciplinary communication and presentation skills.Ability to manage relationships with multiple stakeholders effectively.Strong focus on Health, Safety & Environment.Chartered/Incorporated status is desirable. This is a hybrid role. Attendance at the London office will be required 3 days minimum per week and occasional travel to the main hub office in Dublin is expected.
- Salary£50 per hour
ICS / MENSA project DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: • Responsible for the delivery of agreed modules within a project (PLC, SCADA, Testing, Networking, Documentation, Hardware design etc) • Work as directed by the Senior/Lead Engineer and Project Manager • Responsible for meeting the technical and quality requirements of project • Ensure project adherence to company quality processes and procedures • Identify project opportunities and variations • Support the Project Manager in identifying and managing risks and issues • Identify and enable use of reusable modules by standardisation and modularization of systems where appropriate • Provide Health and Safety leadership by example • Develop project modules. (Modules as identified in the design – PLC code modules, SCADA, scripts, Mimics, comms drivers, etc.) • Report on progress of all assigned activities to Senior/Lead Engineer or Project Manager • Identify any deviations from agreed functionality or scope and notify Senior/Lead Engineer or Project Manager • Peer review documents created by the project team or other teams as required • Undertake site surveys as required • Support outline design, upfront design studies and requirement definition for clients • Develop FDS and DDS • Develop test specification & design testing methodology • Development of site work documentation (Risk assessment, method statement, site test documentation) • Develop O & M documentation • Undertake full integrated system testing, CFAT, SAT and installation • Undertake observations, variation and reworks as well as packing and shipping of the system • Undertake site installation and retesting • Provide warranty support as necessary QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE: • Experience of the full project life cycle from system specification through design, development, testing and on-site commissioning is essential • Hands on experience of PLC and SCADA systems • A good appreciation of Control panels, electrical installation and Instrumentation solutions • A Degree or HND/HNC in Electrical / Electronic Engineering, Control Systems or relevant discipline • Incorporated Engineer or working towards professional registration • Experience of some or all of the following is desirable:
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My client are currently looking for an experienced grid engineer to join their established team in Dublin. The client is one of Europe's most experienced wind energy developers and has successfully developed renewables projects with over 3,500MW of rated capacity to date. Specific Responsbilities: To work closely connected both with the project development teams in Ireland and Germany· Interacting with grid regulation authorities and grid operators in their role as project stakeholders.· Providing input for Pre-feasibility studies and technical risk assessment.· Developing and optimising grid connection solutions for wind, solar and energy storage projects.· Seeking alternative network access solutions based on grid studies, including technical, legal and commercial evaluations.· Representing the client on industry grid policy committees / working groups, applying learnings from these forums and providing regulatory advice to the strategic aims of the company in both jurisdictions.· Preparing grid applications and managing the grid application process.· Supporting project tendering and acquisition processes by creating technical documents and checking documents issued by others. To work closely connected both with the project execution teams in Dublin and Wiesbaden offices· Preparing requests for quotation for engineering, construction, procurement and testing of the electrical balance of plant for renewable and / or sustainable energy projects.· Creating, checking and or reviewing technical documents according to our company wide workflow procedure.· Preparing inspection and test plans and supervising construction work.· Controlling electrical project construction costs and project variations.· Carrying out tasks / projects assigned by the Electrical Department in Germany and other ad hoc projects as required by the Director of the Dublin office.
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Key ResponsibilitiesThe key responsibilities include the following: Planning of outages on the main Combined Cycle Gas Turbine plant and Open Cycle Gas Turbine plant and other major items of plant.Development of contingency plans associated with the aboveReview of contracts, programmes, project and commercial documentation associated with outagesProgress and reporting on all planned and unplanned outagesEnsuring plans meet safety, environmental, technical, and commercial targetsCo-ordination of day-to-day maintenance planning activities.Managing site specific projects that have defined time or functional start and end criteria. These may include CAPEX projects, plant investigations, technical and commercial project assignments, audits etc.Manage and develop site based computerised maintenance management systems to suit business and plant needsDevelop and test site Business Continuity PlansCoordinate the preparation of monthly reports, business reviews and associated follow up actions.Develop procedures and plans in the above areas to support the stations ISO quality standards Knowledge, Skills and ExperienceEssential Experience in a power plant or similar process industry in a commercial environment is considered essential.It is expected that the incumbent would have good interpersonal skill and have the ability to manage and lead projects, coordinate activities, chair meetings, and manage unplanned changes.The incumbent would be expected to prepare reports to suit recipients at different levels of the organisation and make presentations as required. Desirable Working experience in the use, development and management of planning software and computerised maintenance management systems would be an advantage. QualificationsIt is desirable that the incumbent has 3rd level qualification in engineering or a related technical/science based subject.
- Salary$130k - 140k per year
Spencer Ogden is representing a leading downstream Agriscience company dedicated to delivering high-quality products while prioritizing safety, sustainability, and innovation. We are seeking an experienced and dedicated I/E Reliability Superintendent to join our team out of the Greater Baton Rouge area. Key Responsibilities: Lead and provide direction for the I&E Reliability team, including engineers, specialists, programmers, and administrators.Support site safety objectives and execute performance management for team members.Collaborate across departments to identify and address continuous improvement opportunities and vulnerabilities.Develop and manage core I&E Reliability programs, including safety systems, preventive maintenance, spare parts, and root cause analysis.Participate in safety studies and corporate stakeholder teams.Manage PSM action items, technical reviews, capital projects, outage planning, cybersecurity, audits, and budgeting. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering or a related field.Minimum of 5 years of experience in instrumentation and electrical maintenance, with a proven track record of improving reliability.Prior supervisory or management experience is required.Strong knowledge of chemical manufacturing processes and associated I/E systems.Familiarity with industry standards and regulations related to instrumentation and electrical systems.Excellent problem-solving skills and the ability to perform root cause analysis.Effective communication and leadership skills.Budget management experience is a plus.
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About Us Our client, formed in 2020, is focused on transforming energy markets by delivering sustainable and scalable low-carbon solutions to accelerate the net-zero future. Leveraging decades of midstream energy experience, our client's team is positioned to lead in the development and operation of clean hydrogen, clean ammonia, and carbon capture, utilization, and sequestration (CCUS) projects. Through thoughtful planning and execution, our client is known for its performance, flexibility, transparency, and risk mitigation. Position Summary Our client is seeking a Financial Analyst to play a crucial role in evaluating the financial and technical aspects of clean energy business opportunities. This individual will support our client's ongoing commercial efforts to grow through greenfield development and acquisitions.Reporting to the Chief Commercial Officer, the Financial Analyst will assist in identifying and pursuing new revenue opportunities. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:Essential Duties/Responsibilities Analyze technical and financial information to produce forecasts of business, industry, and economic conditionsAssist in creating and maintaining financial models to evaluate project economics, conduct scenario and sensitivity analysis, and perform economic evaluations to compare optionsMonitor and quantify project performance and conduct "look-back" analysesProvide due diligence assistance and financial modeling for infrastructure acquisitions and greenfield projectsAssist in the budgeting and forecasting processPrepare presentations for the board of directors and potential clientsCultivate and maintain strong business relationships with potential hydrogen, ammonia, and CCUS customer representatives to ensure market awareness and develop marketing opportunitiesAssist in the development of contracts, operating agreements, and other legal documentsStay informed on clean energy, green and renewable industry, political, and regulatory developments through researchCollaborate with other departments and service groups to develop project proposalsCoordinate with engineering to develop, populate, and issue project status reports and commercial reports Supervisory Duties Not applicable at this time.Job Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Finance, Economics, or related fieldsMaster's degree in Finance, MBA, and/or CPA preferred but not required3+ years of professional experience in financial analysis, economic modeling, greenfield development, and/or acquisitions and divestituresStrategic thinker with knowledge of emerging energy markets and midstream infrastructure for potential use in emerging energy logisticsFamiliarity with US pipeline systems and storage in relation to implementation and development opportunitiesStrong understanding of oil and gas pricing, methodology, transportation, and logisticsExcellent analytical skills with the ability to process information from various sources, derive key insights, and develop well-structured communicationsSelf-motivated with a track record of successfully taking initiative, working independently, and collaborating effectively within a teamStrong sense of urgency and ability to work within tight deadlines in a fast-paced environmentAbility to effectively manage competing demands while delivering excellent customer serviceSolid organizational skills with acute attention to detailStrong written, verbal, and presentation skills as an effective communicatorHigh proficiency in Microsoft Office products, particularly Excel and PowerPoint, and experience with relational databases such as MS Access, QuickBase, etc.
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Position Overview: As a Program Manager, you will play a critical role in the successful execution of our projects, particularly in the construction and maintenance of nuclear plant nuclear pools for the upcoming EPR2 projects in France. The ideal candidate will have substantial experience in the nuclear industry, including expertise in nuclear pool construction and a strong background in the nuclear steel industry.Key Responsibilities: Project Management: Lead and oversee all aspects of the EPR2 nuclear plant nuclear pool projects from initiation to completion, ensuring adherence to timelines, budgets, and quality standards. Stakeholder Coordination: Collaborate closely with internal and external stakeholders, including engineering teams, suppliers, regulatory bodies, and clients, to ensure seamless project execution. Risk Assessment: Identify potential risks and challenges related to the projects and develop comprehensive risk mitigation strategies. Resource Management: Manage project resources effectively, including personnel, materials, and equipment, to optimize project outcomes. Quality Assurance: Maintain a strong focus on quality control and ensure compliance with industry standards, safety regulations, and environmental requirements. Budget Oversight: Monitor project budgets, control costs, and report on financial performance regularly. Reporting: Provide regular progress updates to senior management and clients, including status reports, key performance indicators, and project milestones. Safety and Compliance: Promote a culture of safety and environmental responsibility, ensuring that all activities comply with industry and company safety standards. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Engineering or a related field; a Master's degree is a plus.Proven experience as a Program Manager in the nuclear industry, with a track record of successfully managing complex projects.Experience in nuclear pool construction is highly desirable.Strong knowledge of the nuclear steel industry and related processes is appreciated.Excellent project management skills, including the ability to lead cross-functional teams.Knowledge of French nuclear industry regulations and standards is an advantage.Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.Fluent in both French and English.
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Spencer Ogden are pleased to be partnered with an established Offshore Wind Developer spearheading the Energy Transition. Our partners are looking to bring on a Procurement Associate to help drive and shape the company’s growth within the industry.As Procurement Associate, you will support the procurement/contracting cycle on the project by achieving the best cost-effective conditions, lowering risk and ensuring the delivery of all products and services required for the different phases of the projects. Duties in these projects will involve: Contributing to commercial aspects of development, consenting, engineering, construction and, maintenanceFacilitating competitive processes and commercial management or contractsEnsuring that all procurement and contracting matters are in accordance with legislation and essential requirements You will be expected to: Prepare and maintain planning of sourcing activitiesDuring the tender: coordination of the internal stakeholders which are part of the negotiation such as legal, risk assessment or technical departmentsSet out contracts that are fully compliant to support our business needs which are legally binding, mitigate any and all commercial risksAlongside the project management, team members, internal lawyers, assist in the handling of claimsTake accountability for contract analysis and advise the project team on the content of the contractWork with the Supply Chain and Local Content Lead to create strong relationships with the related suppliers across the supply chainAnalyse trends and forecasts within the market place The right candidate will have: 2+ relevant experience sourcing goods and services, preferably related to offshore industriesExperience in other roles with commercial, legal, contract management or tendering positions