The Project Engineer's main purpose is to deliver projects safely by planning, executing and controlling capital projects at the Sarnia Manufacturing Center (SMC) in either the Refinery or the Chemical Plant. The Project Engineer manages a wide variety of projects from front-end development to detailed design, construction, and handover - including procurement, cost control, and schedule management. In the meantime, the project engineer will need to effectively communicate with site stakeholders throughout the project phases, manage the engineering and procurement contractor(s), as well as the construction contractor(s).
Other accountabilities of the project engineer include but are not limited to:
Oversee front-end engineering design and prepare necessary deliverables to reach final investment decision on assigned Asset Integrity, Maintain Margin and/or Growth Projects
Ensure that the right level of technical assurance was applied to all deliverables
Work with the project controls contractor to develop project cost estimates and schedules that meet the criteria of all phases of assigned projects, and provide accurate forecasting as projects progress
Work with SMC'S contracting and procurement group to develop/implement a procurement strategy for each project and assists with the development of equipment and material bid specification, bid evaluation and selection.
Work with SMC's environmental group to ensure permitting strategy/compliance
Work with SMC's construction coordinators and ensuring proper construction management plans are in place and are being followed for all construction activities
Coordinate the final project close-out and handover to operations, and close project financial accounts
B.S. Degree: Mechanical, Civil, Electrical, or Chemical Engineering.
Minimum of 5 years of practical work experience or 3 years experience in a Project Engineering role on a project(s), and prior experience managing a project portfolio is preferred
Strong project execution, construction execution, and project controls skills are required
Proficient with GSAP/SAP is preferred
Understanding of the Opportunity Realization Standards (ORS)
Experience with managing all phases of a project
Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills
Enterprise First Behaviors
Thorough understanding of all facets of project controls (e.g., budgeting, estimating, planning/scheduling,
progress monitoring, earned value principles, analysis, and reporting) is required
Knowledge of project controls tools (e.g., Primavera) is required
Knowledge of drafting and document management processes is helpful but not required
Strong Goal Zero HSE leadership mindset is required
In Canada, we do everything from exploring for oil and gas, to refining and manufacturing, to discovering new ways to reduce emissions, to delivering fuels to our customers from coast to coast.
We have many successful businesses and projects across Canada, including:
a strong and rapidly growing Upstream business built around the Montney and the Duvernay shale plays, on a foundation of Foothills sour gas;
a successful Downstream business anchored in our Sarnia refinery (Ontario) and our Scotford refinery and upgrader (Alberta) as well as our two world-class petrochemicals plants near Edmonton;
a network of 1,300 retail sites across Canada - a vital point of connection for our customers to us - which makes us one of the pre-eminent fuel retailers in the country;
strong Aviation, Sulphur and Lubricants businesses;
an innovative Supply and Trading business;
a prospective LNG export project in Kitimat, B.C.
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