Operations Program Engineer – Chinchilla2019-05-27T14:13:08+10:00
Brunel Energy Australasia is currently recruiting for an Operations Program Engineer. This role is to be based out of our clients base in Chinchilla on an agreed rotation.You will be working within Upstream Operations, reporting to the Engineering Lead within the Operations Program Team.The Operations Program Field Engineer is responsible for providing technical support for field execution activity to ensure the safe & efficient delivery of campaigns in accordance with work processes and standards within Upstream Operations.Responsibilities: Support contractors and field-based personnel to meet HSSE requirements;Coordinate construction scope of work or construction work pack and job plan reviews with the field execution teams;Perform site surveys and input to construction scopes of work;Support construction execution by resolving technical queries and responding to requests for information;Support the quality lead as required by reviewing Inspection & Test Plans and Field Installation Checklists;Perform regular quality and safety reviews across a range of operations and construction activities;Build strong working relationships, integration & alignment with stakeholders including Operations, Maintenance, Engineering, Planning and Scheduling;Support readiness for execution and compliance with IAP;Coordinate field input to program delivery reporting;Ensure effective management of change and compliance with the Management of Change procedures in all aspects of program deliveryKey Requirements:Bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline, with a minimum of 5+ years oil & gas experienceMinimum of 3 years' experience in field engineering;Proactive and visible HSE leadership, demonstrating commitment to safety through language,behaviour and actions;Engineering & construction contractor support experience;Excellent problem solving, collaboration, communication, interpersonal, client-service, negotiation and stakeholder-management skills;Ability to react and adjust to changing conditions and priorities in a live operation;Experience in supporting site and office-based teams;Experience in utilising a CMMS for the execution of work;Strong change management change skills and experience;Ability to support multiple programs of work and achieve synergies.How to Apply:If you meet the above requirements and would like to be considered for this role - please click the 'APPLY' button below and send us a copy of your Cover Letter and CV.Please note: only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.Brunel values diversity and encourages applications from female, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and minority group candidates.About BrunelBrunel Australasia is a market leader in the supply of highly skilled blue and white-collar personnel for full site manning, temporary labour provision, staffing and recruitment to the resource industry.Operating locally since 2001 and backed by an international network spanning 35 countries, we pair talented individuals with industry leading clients and work closely with both clients and the industry at large to ensure the safety, financial security and stability of the candidates we place. 0 AUD Chinchilla 4413

Operations Program Engineer - Chinchilla

Brunel Energy Australasia is currently recruiting for an Operations Program Engineer. This role is to be based out of our clients base in Chinchilla on an agreed rotation.
You will be working within Upstream Operations, reporting to the Engineering Lead within the Operations Program Team.
The Operations Program Field Engineer is responsible for providing technical support for field execution activity to ensure the safe & efficient delivery of campaigns in accordance with work processes and standards within Upstream Operations.

Responsibilities: 

  • Support contractors and field-based personnel to meet HSSE requirements;
  • Coordinate construction scope of work or construction work pack and job plan reviews with the field execution teams;
  • Perform site surveys and input to construction scopes of work;
  • Support construction execution by resolving technical queries and responding to requests for information;
  • Support the quality lead as required by reviewing Inspection & Test Plans and Field Installation Checklists;
  • Perform regular quality and safety reviews across a range of operations and construction activities;
  • Build strong working relationships, integration & alignment with stakeholders including Operations, Maintenance, Engineering, Planning and Scheduling;
  • Support readiness for execution and compliance with IAP;
  • Coordinate field input to program delivery reporting;
  • Ensure effective management of change and compliance with the Management of Change procedures in all aspects of program delivery

Key Requirements:

  • Bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline, with a minimum of 5+ years oil & gas experience
  • Minimum of 3 years' experience in field engineering;
  • Proactive and visible HSE leadership, demonstrating commitment to safety through language,
    behaviour and actions;
  • Engineering & construction contractor support experience;
  • Excellent problem solving, collaboration, communication, interpersonal, client-service, negotiation and stakeholder-management skills;
  • Ability to react and adjust to changing conditions and priorities in a live operation;
  • Experience in supporting site and office-based teams;
  • Experience in utilising a CMMS for the execution of work;
  • Strong change management change skills and experience;
  • Ability to support multiple programs of work and achieve synergies.

How to Apply:

If you meet the above requirements and would like to be considered for this role - please click the 'APPLY' button below and send us a copy of your Cover Letter and CV.

Please note: only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

Brunel values diversity and encourages applications from female, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, and minority group candidates.

About Brunel

Brunel Australasia is a market leader in the supply of highly skilled blue and white-collar personnel for full site manning, temporary labour provision, staffing and recruitment to the resource industry.Operating locally since 2001 and backed by an international network spanning 35 countries, we pair talented individuals with industry leading clients and work closely with both clients and the industry at large to ensure the safety, financial security and stability of the candidates we place.