Posted on :
17 Sep, 2009
17 Sep, 2009
AMEC is a global consultancy company with revenue of over £1 billion with close to 8000 employees, AMEC seeks the services of a Lead Electrical Designer for it’s Nigeria, west Africa operations. This position is to be based in Lagos Nigeria .
Rotation Cycle: 6 days on – 2 days off
Hours: 10 per day, 6 days per week
Job Purpose / Role
• Manage the electrical discipline design team as directed by the lead Electrical Engineer.
• Execute discipline engineering design under guidance of an Engineer.
• Work on own initiative
Key aims and objectives
• Ensure that all electrical design deliverables are produced on time, to the schedule and within the allocated manhours.
• Ensure that all project Health Safety and environmental policies are complied with.
• Promote the companies engineering image internally and externally.
• Ensure that technical compliance with all design requirements is met.
• Ensure all work undertaken is carried out in accordance with relevant codes, standards and procedures.
Prime responsibilities and duties
• Manage the production of the electrical drawing deliverables
• Carry out work in accordance with AMEC and project Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality Systems
• Keep up to date with technical developments on the project.
• Produce accurate and technically correct engineering design deliverables to meet the project scope and schedule.
• Undertake training of junior engineering personnel.
Allied occasional duties
• Act as a mentor when needed.
Key internal interfaces
• Electrical and Instrument Engineers
• Electrical designer team
• Plant layout discipline
Key external interfaces
• Liaise with engineering sub-contractors and vendors.
• When in place liaise with construction subcontractors.
• Understand and basic knowledge of Electrical Engineering
• Good communicator.
• Understanding of multi-discipline engineering activities
• Ability to work within a small team.
• Good CAD drafting skills
• Plan and Manager the electrical designer team.
This offer ends on October 30, 2009