Commissioning Startup Supervisor

Job Overview: McDermott's Engineering and Construction Division has an opening in our Commissioning group for a Commissioning Startup Supervisor to be site based at one of our US based projects. Responsible for supporting site execution of Pre-commissioning, Commissioning, Start-up and Operations.  Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities: Support of commissioning and start-up of an assigned scope of work in a McDermott project including specific complex deliverables such as development of a detailed commissioning and startup plan and schedule.  Assist in preparation of the project execution plans, cost estimates, subcontracts requirements and risk management. Support commissioning team in both home office and field, coordinate final handover to client and provides assistance to client operations for the startup and performance testing of facilities. Assists with training other commissioning specialist by providing instruction on new technologies and/or a specialization. Maintains and promotes a focus on McDermott's end product whether engineering, fabrication or construction. Ensures effective communications between engineering, construction and project management. Basic Qualifications: High School Diploma (or equivalent GED) Minimum 10 years' experience in facilities construction, commissioning and startup of LNG, Refinery, or Petrochemical facilities Desired/Preferred Qualifications: Technical Certification or Associates level degree Demonstrates a basic knowledge of commissioning Able to effectively communicate complex technical solutions and concepts to engineers and non-engineers Experience in home office for systemization, design reviews, procedure and/or manual development Standard MS Office software (i.e. MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Visio). Excellent leadership and interpersonal skills Excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to lead meetings and presentations 1808314
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
11 - 15 years

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