SENIOR MECHANICAL ENGINEER, MOC/SUSTAINING PROJECTS
As a senior member of the Mechanical Engineering and Sustaining Projects team, within a highly integrated engineering, fabrication, and construction environment, you will be taking a discipline leadership role as a member of multi-discipline teams, executing projects from front end design through to commissioning and start-up support. The sustaining projects within EPFC Corp are primarily within the oil, gas, and energy sector, can be both greenfield and brownfield and range from small MOC pipe modifications to $50MM facilities. Our fully integrated project delivery model creates opportunities for project team members to collaborate not only with other engineering disciplines, but also with external vendor partnerships, shop fabrication, field construction and operations personnel.
We are seeking self-motivated, experienced, high performing Process Engineers with a demonstrated ability to lead and with experience across all phases of a full project lifecycle covering the design and construction of oil, gas, and energy projects.
The Senior Mechanical Engineer may be responsible for the following:
- Provide input into conceptual, front-end, and detailed engineering on various mid to large capital and brownfield/MOC (sustaining) projects. i.e., Estimating, Scoping, Brainstorming.
- Work on several small to mid-size projects simultaneously and effectively.
- Input to, coordinate, create, check, review and/or authenticate engineering deliverables:
- Material Requisitions
- Vendor document requirements
- Technical and commercial bid evaluations
- Material selections
- Plot Plan
- Mechanical Equipment List
- Tie-point List
- Specialty Items List
- Line Designation Table
- Piping and Instrumentation Diagram
- Process Flow Diagrams
- Instrumentation Specifications
- Interdisciplinary coordination for vendor and EPFC deliverables
- 3D Models
- Design change management
- Take on full ownership as the Responsible Engineer for the Equipment/piping including coordinating and liaising with other EPFC engineering disciplines, the client, and suppliers.
- Define, specify, and manage vendor packages with regards to technical oversight, schedule management and cost management
- Monitor and review vendor materials for quality and assure client specification compliance.
- Multi-discipline oversight of whole packages of specific equipment.
- Required to make timely decisions working in a dynamic environment.
- Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minimum of 15 years of engineering experience.
- An engineer registered as P.Eng. designation with APEGA; registration with other jurisdictions (BC, Saskatchewan) viewed as an asset.
- In depth knowledge of static and rotating equipment design, modifications, and specifications.
- In depth knowledge of process plant piping design, modifications, and specifications.
- In-depth knowledge of industry codes: API, ASME, ANSI and CSA.
- Knowledge of, and experience working in, teams with a variety of engineering disciplines: Mechanical, Piping, Process, Electrical, Instrumentation, Civil.
- General knowledge of piping stress analysis requirements.
- Material selection experience is an asset.
- Hands-on field experience in operations, mechanical equipment maintenance, piping modifications, inspections will be considered a great asset.
- Project & Facility Engineering experience is considered an asset.
- Strong technical writing skills; and in preparation of technical reports.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills coupled with the ability to work effectively with all clients, both internal and external.
- Demonstrates awareness of health, safety and environment issues and committed to addressing them.
- Industry class competitive compensation and vacation plan.
- Medical and dental plan.
- Health/Wellness spending account.
- RRSP matching program.
- Annual Professional Development budget.
- EPFC Young Professionals Group.
- Staff events and team building.
SUPPORTING A DIVERSE WORKFORCEEPFC is an equal opportunity employer which recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified candidates will receive coordination for employment based on objective criteria and without regard to race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.