Engineering Manager

10 Nov 2016
08 Jun 2017
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
Role synopsis
An engineering manager is required for the North Star Project. The purpose of the role is to provide engineering assurance to BP during the design, construction and commissioning phases of the project. This position represents BP's engineering requirements and works to manage the development of the design to those specifications. The engineering manager is the main interface between BP and the ISBL and OSBL contractors on the job.

This role sits in our Castrol business, a part of the BP Group. Join Castrol and you'll get all of the benefits of a company steeped in family spirit and history, coupled with the security and opportunities a big corporation can offer.

Key accountabilities
The role is responsible for ensuring design completion through the preliminary, detailed and field design (construction) phases of the project. The role will also be the single point of contact for design questions from design contractors, technology vendors and constructors, reviewing and answering technical queries. Additionally, the role holder must be sufficiently experienced to implement process safety resolutions to mitigate and reduce operations risk while providing informed engineering support to adhere to BP's policy of "Management of No Change" during execution. Finally, the position must be familiar with to BP's management of change philosophy and adhere to the principle of "Management of no change."

Essential Education
• Professional Engineering Degree is essential

Essential experience and job requirements
The engineering manager must have experience as a mechanical or civil engineer. Experience as a fabricator or field engineering role for a quality assurance perspective is desirable. Essential experience required for the position is as follows:
• Fluent in mechanical or civil engineering principles
• Familiar with BP's engineering requirements from S&OR and BP's GDPs
• Expert in the engineering process from design through detailed engineering to commissioning phase
• Working experience with EPCM contracting models and fluent in the language of design and construction contracts
• Familiar with CVP and Pcp gated processes and BP's policy of Management of no change

The engineering manager is required to be well versed in either civil or mechanical engineering principles, experienced in capital project delivery and BP engineering requirements for lubricants, group defined practices and the requirements of Pcp version 4.

Other Requirements (e.g. Travel, Location)

Desirable criteria & qualifications

Relocation available

Travel required
Yes - up to 25%

Is this a part time position?

About BP
Our business is the exploration, production, refining, trading and distribution of energy. This is what we do, and we do it on a truly global scale. With a workforce of over 80,000 employees, BP operates with business activities and customers in more than 80 countries across six continents. Every day, we serve millions of customers around the world. We are continually looking for talented, committed and ambitious people to help us shape the face of energy for the future

BP has been operating in China since the early 1970s. With a total investment of US$4.7 billion at the end of 2009, BP is one of the leading foreign investors in China. BP's business activities include offshore gas production, chemical joint ventures, aviation fuel supply, LPG import and marketing, oil product and lubricant retailing, solar power installations and manufacturing, and the sales of chemicals technology.

In addition to these commercial projects, BP has been actively engaged in energy research activities, particularly clean energy and alternative energy R&D initiatives, aiming to develop clean, sustainable and local energy solutions to support the Chinese economic development. The projects we are involved in include

- Clean Energy Facing the Future - a 10-Year R&D initiative in partnership with Chinese Academy of Science
- Clean Energy Commercialization Centre, a research joint venture in Partnership with Chinese Academy of Science
- BP- Tsinghua Clean Energy Research and Education Centre
- BP-Sun Yat-Sen University Center for LNG Education, Training and Research

In parallel, BP has been working to invest in the community to help address the local issues. By the end of 2009, BP's total community investment in China exceeded US$12 million and BP's community practices have been recognized by "2007 Multinational Corporation with Utmost Core Competitiveness in China" Award jointly issued by UNEP and China International Institute of Multinational Corporations, and also "China's Best Corporate Citizenship Award" by 21st Century Business Herald and 21st Century Business Review for 5 consecutive years since 2004.


Closing Date
[ "30-Aug-2017" ]