Field E&I Engineer

Vancouver, BC

At Fluor, we are proud to design and build projects and careers. This requires teams that are as unique as the projects we execute. We are committed to fostering a work environment that embraces Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) for all so our employees and stakeholders benefit from the creative solutions derived as a result of embracing differences.

Job Description:

Fluor is one of Canada's top employers and is recognized globally as a leader in the Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Fabrication, and Maintenance industry. Our focus on innovation and providing cost-effective technology-based solutions is second to none. As we look to the future, we need creative, ambitious, and innovative professionals who can help us fulfill our purpose to Build a Better World.

Fluor team members are at the heart of our success in executing projects safely, thoughtfully, and with the highest quality. We aim to foster an inclusive culture that prioritizes diversity and inclusion that allows employees to bring their best, most authentic selves to work. If you value teamwork, empowerment in your career, and are eager to champion innovative and sustainable solutions to our clients, this opportunity just may be for you!

Reporting to the Field Engineering Manager, the Field Electrical, Instrumentation and Control System (E&I) Engineer is required to be involved in the day-to-day field-level discipline planning and execution as applicable inside the construction contractor's execution plan within their respective discipline battery limits. The role is to be the first line of defense in finding risks and opportunities through an adequate understanding of the hands-on work being executed, and provide the necessary engineering and technical support to mitigate or take advantage of them as the case may be. Working closely with construction, the Field E&I Engineer will coordinate and monitor the activities of assigned contractors performing work within the Electrical, Instrumentation and Control System disciplines providing field engineering information to ensure construction works comply with the design drawings, engineering standards, codes and specifications. Early involvement during engineering development and construction planning is considered in the Home Office to create value for clients’ expenditure while still achieving the required level of safety, quality, budget and schedule.

The position will require the organization of field engineering discipline tasks, budgets, procedures, work practices, or compliance programs with knowledge from experience and expertise gained to perform the job duties and responsibilities listed below:

• Responsible for Field Engineering activities related to electrical, instrumentation and control system disciplines and supervising Document Management teams in this respect.

• Provide technical support within discipline battery limits to construction and the site quality program ensuring that all technical aspects of construction are satisfied.

• During engineering development and construction planning phases at home office, monitor and control all interface tasks between electrical/instrumentation engineering and construction to ensure compliance with all construction driven approach requirements.

• Complete miscellaneous discipline design tasks related to temporary construction facilities and utilities.

• Comply with project and electrical code safe practices.

• Comply with the Field Engineering program within the discipline scope of responsibility.

• Prepare discipline technical work procedures.

• Provide technical support of contracts.

• Interpret the intent and requirements of the design documents; ensure design drawings are reviewed for completeness and constructability; and ensure drawings are marked-up and information provided as required for the preparation of as-built drawings

• Coordinate, obtain, and provide responses to discipline Requests for Information (RFI)

• Provide technical evaluation of bid proposals, as required for electrical and instrumentation disciplines

• Analyze situations, identify and forecast pertinent problems and evaluate realistic options; and recommend/implement appropriate course of action

• Attend all required Engineering walk-downs for addressing discipline items.

• Work closely with all the construction management disciplines to comply with the respective reporting requirements and Coordination Plans of each discipline.

• Responsible for reviewing and analyzing project schedules and cost

• Responsible for participating in risk and value evaluation/studies in regard to cost and schedule control.

• Responsible for helping to support approval payments made to suppliers and subcontractors

• Responsible for providing advice on Contractual claims.

Job ID: 144936BR

City: Vancouver

State: British Columbia

Country: Canada

We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by governing law.