Project Engineer - VR/29022

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Status: Permanent
Location: Bridge of Don, Aberdeen
Rate: Available Upon Request

Our oil and gas fabric maintenance and service company client, is currently recruiting for a Project Engineer on a permanent staff basis. Based in Bridge of Don, Aberdeen.


As the Project Engineer, you will have the following main duties and responsibilities:



  • Planning and monitoring the contract budgets and costs.
  • Managing and monitoring the selection and requisition of all plant, equipment and materials on the contract.
  • Optimising deployment and performance of human resources to achieve or exceed performance targets.
  • Communicating progress and any operational difficulties and commercial implications to the customer.
  • Managing negotiations with the customer where any variations and changes to contract carry commercial implications.
  • Communicating the progress, variations and costs of the contract to the customer and company management and suggest improvements and efficiencies.



  • Planning operations in conjunction with client representatives.
  • Communicating progress of operations through liaising with clients on a regular basis.
  • Ensuring that all client expectations are delivered.
  • Following up customer enquiries and demands promptly.
  • Identifying and reacting to shortfalls in customer service.
  • Cultivating and developing good customer relations.


  • Planning, and monitoring the requisition and expedition of all resource requirements including material, equipment and personnel (including subcontractor services).
  • Liaising with the HR Team and Platform Team regarding resource requirements and mobilisation of personnel.
  • Ensuring co-ordination of shipments to worksite through Logistics Department.


Ops & Technical

  • Good working knowledge of core disciplines i.e. scaffolding, painting, insulation, passive fire protection.
  • Appreciation of specialist disciplines i.e. LSA, Cleaning, Architectural, abseiling etc.
  • Overseeing the planning and implementation of the contract and specific workscopes/activities.
  • Communicating team goals and promote high standards of workmanship and customer service.
  • Managing all activities including those of sub-contractors.
  • Monitoring all activities to ensure compliance with relevant HSEQ Procedures, cost and schedule control.
  • Providing technical support to offshore and onshore teams across all disciplines.
  • Attending project kick-off meetings.
  • Liaising with Engineers to gain knowledge of future projects.
  • Raising all work orders/job cards for offshore activities.
  • Ensuring that CTRs, project estimates, workscopes, and workpacks are completed in a timely manner.
  • Ensuring that the mobilisation of personnel, plant, equipment and materials are input into client’s planning system.
  • Working with Estimating Department to optimise tender values and specifications.
  • Initiating contract files for all customer and project information.
  • Setting up and maintaining Anomaly Database.
  • Managing growth and variations.
  • Setting up and maintaining key communications with offshore teams.
  • Conducting site visits.


  • Understanding the company safety policy requirements, ensuring at all times the works are undertaken and maintained to the highest safety standards .
  • Ensuring that all operations are reviewed and planned to ensure compliance with company and legislative requirements.
  • Promoting safe working practices and safety awareness through implementation of the HSEQ planning, safety campaigns, safety meetings and briefings.
  • Ensuring that all equipment and working practices are monitored to ensure compliance.
  • Ensuring that company procedures are implemented if safety procedures are breached.
  • Ensuring that all hazards are identified and assessed to mitigate risk exposure.



  • Liaising with the HR Team to assist in the recruitment, induction and deployment of personnel.
  • Undertaking assessments of team members using appropriate standards of competence.
  • Managing all aspects of Industrial Relations and discipline within the team.



  • Attending all training and safety courses as requested by line manager or by the company.



Experience & Qualifications

  • Minimum requirement of either AMPP (previously NACE) Level 1 Certified Coatings Inspector, ICORR protective Coatings Inspector Level 1 or similar.
  • Proven track record in a similar role preferred.
  • Experience in fast paced, high workload environment.
  • Extensive background in coatings preferred.
  • Industry Knowledge.
  • Experience within a similar or supervisory role (desirable).
  • Problem solver.
  • Self-starter and team player.
  • Relationship builder.
  • Commercial awareness.
  • Ability to work under pressure and to deadline.
  • Communication skills.
  • Good working knowledge of core disciplines i.e. scaffolding, painting, insulation, passive fire protection.
  • Appreciation of specialist disciplines i.e. LSA, Cleaning, Architectural, abseiling etc.


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