Service Installation Engineer
Start Date- Immediately, Duration- Direct Hire, Location- Houston, TX
POSITION OVERVIEW: This position is an intermediate level position able to complete work with increasing independence. A Services Installation Engineer is a critical component to ensuring proper planning and execution of post manufacturing services to our customers. A successful candidate will be eager to split time between the office and the field, and enjoy working hands-on during assembly, pressure testing and equipment installation alongside technicians while in the field. An Installation Engineer’s primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Providing operational input to product design and development, technical planning for field support work to ensure job readiness, creation of technical documentation and procedures, execution of onshore and offshore field support, completion of project closeout reviews and documentation, direct customer interface, product and system troubleshooting. Responsibilities may include: Proactively participates in HSE initiatives, JSAs and risk assessments. Uses sound judgment, safe work practices, and delivers high quality work on-time. Effective collaboration across organization with project managers, planners, workshop engineers and quality engineers. Exhibit working knowledge of shop/lab assembly, field installation or testing. Ability to interpret customer and industry requirements. Understand and interpret system, field and detailed schematics. Ability to quickly develop solutions to problems by analyzing, interpreting and evaluating data. Anticipate potential problems and identifies required preventative actions. During normal field operations, perform hands-on assembly and pressure testing functions in the field alongside service technicians. Provide technical support and troubleshooting direction as needed. Provide technical input to RCAs and resolution of field non-conformances. Assist onshore personnel including operations coordinators, workshop manager and quality department as Services representative for technical subjects. Provide planned and unplanned technical support for onshore/offshore activities. Participate in design reviews and consult with other departments on designs, and field related applications. Assist in development of specialty equipment needed to support customer operations related to Services engineering. Provide interface resolution between TFMC and non-TFMC equipment. Host Technical Readiness Reviews (TRR) prior to on or off-site execution of work. Prepare and review technical documentation related to engineering changes: ECN (Engineering Change Notices), Part Reports, engineering specifications/requirements and ensure conformance to all policies and procedures related to engineering deliverables. Create and review engineering designs and documents, including: assembly and testing procedures, system integration test procedures, installation and well commissioning procedures, preservation, storage and maintenance procedures, rig books, layout drawings, schematics. Provide status reports on assigned projects that include project status, milestones achieved, OTD and critical project issues. Ensure functional locations are created for assigned projects. Host After Action Reviews (AAR) following on or off-site execution of work. Create and maintain the equipment list and document registry for projects. REQUIREMENTS: BS degree in Engineering required. 2- 4 years of experience in the O&G industry, field experience is preferred. Interest and ability to perform hands-on labor in a field environment during operational execution. Flexibility to travel offsite/offshore as needed. Solid analytical and problem solving skills. Accuracy and attention to detail. Possess strong PC skills and knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet and presentation software. Recognize the impact of variances to scope, cost and schedule. Ability to meet deadlines and manage priorities. Strong written and verbal communication skills in English. Effective understanding and communication within diverse cultural environments. Ability to present ideas, concepts, data and facts in a clear and concise manner and the ability to persuade and influence others as needed. Ability to give and receive constructive feedback and coaching, and respond appropriately. Ability to work in a team-oriented environment. Embody a customer-oriented attitude and the ability to work independently without close supervision. Must be able to obtain a Transportation Work Identification Credential (TWIC). Must be able to pass DOT physical requirements for offshore work. Must be able to complete T-HUET/BOSIET training. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Spend 50-75% time in an office environment and/or 25-50% in onshore/offshore field environment. A typical average of 100 days per year in the field can be expected, but this will vary depending on many factors including very fluid operator schedules. May be exposed to possible hazards including noise, outdoor temperature extremes, chemicals, pressure testing, heavy lift operations and shop/field traffic. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Office environment requires sitting, operating a computer, walking and some lifting. Hands-on labor in shop and/or field environment, requires lifting, walking, stooping, bending, and some climbing.