Fluor Principal CSA Engineer in Farnborough, United Kingdom
Based in Farnborough, Hampshire, Fluor Limited is the UK operating arm of Fluor Corporation, one of the world's largest publicly traded engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction (EPFC) and maintenance Companies offering integrated solutions for clients’ complex and challenging projects.
From this office we undertake world class projects in the Oil and Gas, Petrochemicals, Life Sciences, Advanced Manufacturing, Nuclear, Industrial, Transportation, Telecommunications, Power, Mining and Government sectors working for clients including major oil and gas companies, national oil companies, major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, governments, private investors and industrial companies.
Fluor has been established for over 100 years and has a global headcount of 60,000, serving 4,000 clients in over 100 countries. We undertake a wide range of projects, including studies, conceptual design, front-end engineering design and full engineering, procurement and construction contracts.
To help us continue to grow our existing business and meet an exciting range of new project opportunities, we are expanding our leadership and technical teams in Farnborough across engineering, material management, contracts and project controls.
The Principal Civil/Structural Engineer will be experienced in performing as Project Lead Discipline Engineer on major FEED, EPC and PMC projects.
The candidate will be responsible for managing the execution of civil, structural and architectural scope in a variety of business lines including Oil & gas, power, infrastructure industries, and are expected to be able to demonstrate this requirement within their CV. Typical responsibilities and activities include preparing project specifications, design basis and requisitions, conceptual design, basic engineering (FEED), extended basic engineering and detailed design and engineering (EPC and EPCm) for reimbursable and lump sum projects. The candidate will be expected to perform resource planning, estimates and schedule planning or oversee the development of the schedules if assigned to others within their discipline team.
In addition the role will involve regular contact and coordination with Client and/or Owner representatives, consultants, specialists, vendors and construction contractors regarding CSA design, engineering and construction activities
The candidate will assist the department manager to develop an execution team, including recruitment selection. The ability to influence, mentor and coach the team as well as providing technical leadership and supervision to discipline team members is a key attribute to be demonstrated by the successful candidate.
The candidate will be measured on their ability to support the global business strategy of Fluor and will be expected to support the Department Manager in the execution of UK office or global corporate initiatives.
Develop discipline execution strategy on projects and drive though to execution.
Planning, scheduling and organizing jobs and managing the CSA project team
Provide technical leadership, guidance and supervision to discipline team members
Technical innovation and problem solving
Coordination of all CSA engineering and design activities on projects
Liaison with constructions sites, other Fluor offices, contractors and consultants
Report discipline status and requirements to the project and home office department
Co-operate and coordinate with third parties, project disciplines
Estimating, reporting and tracking
Performing discipline audits
Single point of contact for discipline on assigned projects
Input to proposals and manhour estimates
Perform Client engineer and PMC roles, when required
Develop technical documentation, specifications, scopes, requisitions as required.
Coaching and Mentoring discipline engineers
Job ID: 105608BR
Country: United Kingdom
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