Principal Electrical Designer

  Responsibilities:   Demonstrated understanding and application of Aveva PDMS, Microstation V8 & AutoCAD, 2D and 3D modelling (PDS, SmartPlant) Demonstrated competency in the application of databases, Microsoft Office Suite Familiar with relevant industry codes and analytical techniques. Application of these codes to different design conditions Demonstrated understanding of projects of medium size and complexity Develop working drawings for above grade and underground power and control layouts in conformance with Company/Client and industry standards and codes Create material take offs, drawing lists, and assist with document revision control.  Filing of Record (intra and inter check) Prints, and other related design documents. Work from equipment specifications, engineering notes, sketches and/or detailed drawings Demonstrated understanding of working within multicultural and multidisciplinary teams Gather data from multiple sources. Incorporate information from design calculations and analysis into design based equipment (lighting, distribution transformers, distributions panels, local control panels, luminaires, raceway systems, low voltage power/control cables, fire detection/alarm system, electrical heat tracing system, fire stop barriers, etc.) Conduct site surveys, interpret regulatory codes, interpret client standards, apply standard engineering and design practices to design Layout complete systems, substation layouts and components of a project with all related facilities, utilizing clearly established precedents Ensure compliance with required safety factors, tolerances, and, specifications What you will bring Technical and Industry Experience:  Over 10 years design experience within a design office, ideally with previous hydrocarbon industry experience. Aveva PDMS experience   Education - Qualifications, Accreditation, Training:  Associate Diploma in Engineering / Design or equivalent qualification MON00D9
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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