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Intermediate Project Engineer (package), Calgary

Last update 2024-04-18
Expires 2024-04-18
ID #2098844468
Intermediate Project Engineer (package), Calgary
Canada, Alberta, Calgary,
Modified April 3, 2024


ABOUT US: Startec Compression & Process is dedicated to providing innovative solutions to meet your unique challenges and opportunities.  We are an integrated project and engineering equipment fabricator specializing in the modularized design and packaging of process, refrigeration, and rotating equipment solutions.

Most of our solutions are related to Energy Transition and carbon reduction industries.

BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT: All applicants must complete the Traits and Behaviors Assessment below when submitting their application.

Please proceed using the link: POSITION OVERVIEW: Startec Compression & Process is currently recruiting for an Intermediate Project Engineer – Package to work at our Shepard Office ( 9423 Shepard Rd SE, Calgary, AB, T2 C 4 R6).

The Project Engineer will be responsible for the design, development, and execution of Gas Compression, Refrigeration and Gas Processing packages.

Reporting to the Package Engineering Supervisor, the Project Engineer will ensure appropriate quality and integrity of product design, including responsibility for stamping drawings when required.

This involves collaborating with cross-functional teams to drive innovative design solutions, conducting thorough analyses to optimize package efficiency, and adhering to industry standards and regulatory guidelines.

The successful candidate will manage and assist with all technical and manufacturing issues on multiple projects.

They will utilize their expertise to provide engineering support to the Service department during equipment commissioning and start-up.

Additionally, the role involves mentoring and guiding junior Engineers and Engineering Technologists, contributing to continuous improvement initiatives of the Engineering Department.

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (KPI): PACKAGE ENGINEERING (Weighting 50%) Package Design & Development Ensures the completion of any additional process design tasks, including simulation for pipe sizing and equipment blow-down rates.

Oversees the preparation of 3 D models, GA, structural drawings, and spool drawings according to customer specifications and in-house guidelines.

Organizes and leads in-house 3 D model review meetings with designers and manufacturing personnel, ensuring compliance with design review checklists.

Package Design Coordination Drafts P& IDs or assigns the task to designers, arranges and chairs in-house P& ID review meetings, submits P& IDs to the customer, and coordinates revisions.

Assigns tasks or personally handles the Process Engineer's work related to PSVs and control valves, among others.

Delegates tasks or handles the Mechanical Engineer's work involving weight estimates, preliminary structural beam size selection, and communication with third-party structural engineers for final approval.

Delegates tasks or handles the third-party Structural Engineer's work involving pressure vessel and heat exchanger design for final approval.

Delegate tasks involving Pipe Stress Analysis and review different recommendations and insure they get incorporated into the piping model during model reviews.

Assigns tasks or collaborates with the Process Engineer to establish the Control philosophy and Shutdown key Packaging Material Selection & Evaluation Creates and submits Purchase Requisitions to the procurement team when needed, obtaining comparative pricing for agreed-upon equipment.

Assigns tasks or takes responsibility for the Instrumentation Specialist's work, ensuring accurate creation of the Instrument Bill of Material (BOM) and compliance with material selection, electrical classification, and certification requirements.

Ability to size and select equipment, such as pumps, compressors, heat exchangers, air coolers, and pressure vessels, based on process requirements and engineering calculations.

Ability to review detailed technical drawings, specifications, and documentation for different designs.

Proficiency in creating specifications, Bills of Materials (BOMs), and standard operating procedures.

Technical Communication & Guidance Communicates clearly with various project personnel and provides technical insight for resolution of technical, design and fabrication challenges.

Supervises and provides guidance and technical direction to the Junior Project Engineers and Engineering Technologists on a project basis for multiple skids/packages.

Acts as one of the Responsible Members for company’s Permit to Practice for APEGA Communicates effectively between various departments (Engineering, Project Management, Drafting, Sales, QA/QC, Fabrication, Purchasing and Service) Lead the review of the process simulation.

Provides support to the Service group during equipment commissioning and start-up, which might involve site visits.

Participates HAZOP meetings as required, contributing feedback from a technical standpoint.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT & COLLABORATION (Weighting 35%) Project Collaboration Reviews all customer specifications applied to a project and assign technical spec reviews to the specific engineering service specialty (Mechanical, Process, Structural, etc.) on the project to ensure package is built to the agreed specifications.

Maintain the project "Scheduler" with updated information and ensure the timely completion of engineering deliverables.

Assume responsibility for comprehending the Proposal and the project specifications accepted by the clients, ensuring adherence to them.

Defines and documents the scope of project change orders and communicates them to the Project Manager.

Assists Project Manager with estimating costs and schedule impacts for change orders.

Delegates tasks or oversees the generation of Project Operating and Maintenance Manuals.

Conducts a final walkthrough of project P& IDs and signs off on our STA-ISO-010 Manufacturing Commissioning Sheet.

Participates in project "Closeout" and startup "Lessons Learned" meetings, contributing feedback to Project Managers.

Client Collaboration Collaborate closely with clients to understand their requirements, address concerns, and provide technical solutions that align with their business needs.

Participate in client meetings, technical presentations, and discussions to showcase the technical excellence of the compression packages.

Serve as the primary technical liaison for interactions with the customer.

QUALITY CONTROL & DOCUMENTATION COMPLIANCE (Weighting 20%) Quality Control Review  Ensures appropriate quality and integrity of product design, including taking responsibility for stamping of required drawings (P& ID, Line List, PSV Table, Piping Registration, Etc.).

Participates in safety studies like HAZOPs as necessary.

Validate the sizing of major equipment from a Process Design perspective (vessel-compressor, driver, separators, pumps, filters, heat exchangers, etc.).

Supervises third-party Engineering providers, reviewing and approving their work, such as Torsional analysis, Fugitive Emission Study, Stress Analysis, and Vibration/Pulsation Study.

Documentation & Reporting  Prepares or oversees the preparation of vessel datasheets and forwards them to the mechanical engineer for review.

Prepares or oversees the preparation of equipment datasheets for vessels, exchangers, pumps, etc.

Ensures the accuracy of all "As-Built" documentation and oversees its preparation.

Completes the project's "Ship Loose List" in coordination with the manufacturing team.

Prepares any necessary calculations (e.g., pneumatic test requirements, pipe thickness calculations, etc.) and technical documentation (e.g., piping registration) as required.

Reviews, approves, and issues all drawings following Startec's drawing approval procedures and project schedule.

Reviews and approves all vendor drawings in accordance with the project schedule.

Authenticate Professional Work Products (PWP) by applying P.

Eng stamp, or validating PWP's by signing permit to practice stamp as required.

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT (Weighting 5%) Continuous Improvement & Innovation Ensures the incorporation of lessons learned from previous projects into the engineering of current projects.

Stay updated with industry advancements and trends in packaging design and technology.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or a related field.

Professional Engineering designation through (P.

Eng)  through APEGA is required.

5+ years (compression, refrigeration and gas processing, packaging/manufacturing) Experience working at a supervisory capacity with Project Engineers/Technologist and designers.

Knowledge of process simulation software (e.g., HYSYS, VMG) Strong knowledge of requirements from Engineering jurisdictions (ABSA, EGBC, TSASK) Strong knowledge of ASME / ANSI / API Codes, good knowledge of CSA Codes.

Solid technical knowledge of packaging design principles, materials, and fabrication processes.

Proficiency in computer-aided design (CAD) software and other relevant tools.

Proficient with NAVISWORK Freedom for 3 D Model Review would be considered an asset.

Knowledge of regulations, standards, and certifications.

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to collaborate effectively with cross-functional teams.

Project management skills, including the ability to manage timelines, budgets, and resources.

Strong leadership, collaboration, problem-solving, decision-making skills and customer focused We offer competitive wages, training, flexible, dynamic, and exciting work environment.

We thank you for your application and interest in our organization.

Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

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Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Intermediate project engineer (package)

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