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Senior RSE Engineer

Oil & Gas
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Senior RSE Engineer

Job Overview for a Senior RSE Engineer:
• Senior RSE engineer required for an 18 week onshore FEED project. 
• Typically works as a RSE engineer reporting to the lead engineer on a feasibility, concept, FEED, detailed design or EPC project
• Can be technically responsible for an area of work and supervises preparation of specific deliverables
• Undertakes specific tasks/ area of work as defined by the lead/ principal engineer for RSE
• Works to the requirements of the RSE Design Manual (WOK-EN-GDE-S-07173) and RSE Group Management Guide (WOK-EN-GDE-S-07217)
• Identifying and resolving discrepancies and divergences from original proposal/ contract under the supervision of the lead/principal engineer
• Participates in factory acceptance tests
• Supports the preparation of the RSE TDR and executes allocated tasks within the requirements of the project execution plan and TDR
• Ensures compliance with companies ISO accredited QMS, and project specific procedures, guides and standards
• In consultation with RSE group manager takes responsibility for identifying own development needs and ensuring that agreed development goals are met taking due cognisance of project commitments
• Performs related duties as and when instructed by lead/ principal engineer or group manager
Experience needed for a Senior RSE Engineer:
• RSE skills including; loss prevention, risk and consequence, hazard identification, RAM
At First Recruitment we understand just how important it is to secure the right people. That's why our consultants always take the time to understand requirements in detail and offer sound advice to both clients and candidates.

This is a superb opportunity for anyone looking to work for a reputable organisation.

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