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Subsea Development Engineer

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Energy, Oil & Gas
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  • Location: Aberdeen
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  • Job reference: 2018-13126_1546250771

Job Description

WorleyParsons is currently looking to recruit a Subsea Development Engineer in Aberdeen on a contract basis for 3 months.

Role

The Subsea Development Engineer is part of the Appraisal Team focused on progression of future developments within UKCS. You will play a leadership role in the planning and execution of field development workshops (including documentation) and support the development of Business Plans based on the output from the workshops. You will lead progression of all development opportunities through Resource Appraisal and entry into the organisation as projects (including completion of all engineering studies and development of the Project Appraisal Plan and FM).

Within this role you will work closely with the client Reservoir Management teams, Wells and Asset Facility teams including Operations.

Key objectives

  • Maintain focus on safety performance and safe behaviours in all activities
  • Establish and maintain relationships with the client Reservoir Management and Operations teams throughout Resource Appraisal.
  • Support the Business Managers in the generation of Asset Strategies
  • Support the Reservoir Management teams in progressing brownfield development opportunities through Resource Appraisal into Project Appraisal.
  • Develop Project Appraisal Plan(s)
  • Ensure all risks, especially high consequence risks, are identified and communicated effectively.

Key objectives

  • Maintain focus on safety performance and safe behaviours in all activities
  • Establish and maintain relationships with the client Reservoir Management and Operations teams throughout Resource Appraisal.
  • Support the Business Managers in the generation of Asset Strategies
  • Support the Reservoir Management teams in progressing brownfield development opportunities through Resource Appraisal into Project Appraisal.
  • Develop Project Appraisal Plan(s)
  • Ensure all risks, especially high consequence risks, are identified and communicated effectively.

Requirements

  • Bachelor's Degree in Engineering subject
  • Project Appraise and Select activities, experience in UKCS oil and gas developments.

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