Oct 092019

Carry out process engineering design activities, following client standards and procedures to schedule and budget as advised by the project line manager
Develop, review, and take responsibility for the accuracy of detailed calculations, process engineering datasheets and drawings to specify the process engineering requirements of our projects
Supervise the work of your assigned reports on the project
Remain up to date with the latest technical developments in your fields of expertise
Demonstrate, provide and develop appropriate technical solutions for specific project issues
-Provide technical expertise and support to business winning activity as required
-Review and audit process engineering activity on projects and support internal development and continuous improvement activity as required
-Ensure the delivery of challenging project and client targets using sound technical knowledge and decision – making skills
Mentor, coach and develop junior staff
Ensure Wood and Client Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality procedures are followed and that a high standard of safety is achieved in all associated work
-Lead, coordinate and motivate small teams, plan work and provide clear technical direction
-Balance commercial and technical risk using acquired commercial acumen
-Seek the opportunity for corporate and project improvement and developing solutions

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-10-08
Job Location: Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Job Role: Engineering
Company Industry: Civil Engineering

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career

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