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Fluor BV is part of Fluor Corporation based in the U.S., a professional and technical solutions provider focusing on Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Maintenance (EPCM) with more than 45000 employees and 34 offices in 50 different countries worldwide. We especially focus on opportunities emerging in the energy transition and circular economy including carbon capture, green chemicals and hydrogen, plastic recycling, bio- and e-fuels and other sustainable projects. Working for Fluor you could be at the leading edge in energy transition and sustainable projects that will impact our future. At the same time, Fluor continues to be active in the oil, gas, chemicals and petrochemical industries.
The Electrical & Instrumentation & Control system group is a dynamic team in which engineering, design and leadership skills are combined to effectively support our clients. In addition to a solid education focusing on engineering and/or design, a strong set of personal competencies is a prerequisite for success. Being a team player and having an ability to interact effectively with client’s organization and others disciplines in our taskforce is essential.
In these projects, engineers / designers take responsibility for the functionality of the electrical & Instrumentation & Control system project scope in the energy transition markets - including carbon capture, green chemicals, hydrogen, biofuels and other low energy sources – chemicals and traditional oil and gas markets. They work within a task force for the realization of multi-discipline projects in close cooperation with vendors, subcontractors and clients to translate functional specifications into technical solutions.
The successful candidate is responsible for and must be able to:
• Perform engineering in all project phases e.g. Feasibility studies, conceptual design, front-end design, detail engineering and design and plant commissioning for integration of new facilities in revamp type project as well for ‘small’ grass-root type of projects for installations in all voltage levels HV, MV, LV. Work activities include e.g.:
Development of: the engineering and design details to properly size, calculate, design and description of the installation details for a complete and operating electrical system that meets the Client requirements for E.g.: Substations, Transformers, HV / LV MCC’s, HV / LV Motors, UPS AC & UPS DC, HV / LV Power Cables, Earthing & Lightning systems and Lighting installation; a contractors scope of work and oversee the development of detailed design drawings like one line diagrams, plans, wiring details and fabrication drawings;
The complete cycle of writing/reviewing electrical-systems specifications in accordance with client requirements and authority regulations, supplier selection, purchasing, supplier drawing review, Factory Acceptance Tests, coordinate field implementation including Site Acceptance Test, commissioning and turn-over. This for all system hardware required.
• Supervision, planning, organization of the work :
Coordinate the electrical engineering and design work on project basis
Prepare schedules, estimates, manpower forecasts and apply change-risk management.
Communicate and align with clients, vendors and other disciplines
Supervise and act as mentor for a group of juniors
Preparing a Scope of Work (SoW) and Scope of Facility (SoF) document.
• Promote and support Value improvements initiatives and Continuous Performance Improvement
• Pro-actively seeks guidance from senior or peers to gain knowledge to further develop, or close gaps, in the full skill set like described above.
Job ID: 142165BR
State: North Holland
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