Saudi Arabian Bechtel Company (SABCO) has worked as the management services contractor directly with our client, the Saudi Arabian Royal Commission for the last 30 years. We are the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) managers, managing design submissions from local AE firms, contract and procurement management, and overseeing the actual construction work being performed by local contractors and sub-contractors in Jubail Industrial City.
Projects we are actively involved with in Jubail include: new residential communities, petrochemical industrial zone site preparation, various commercial buildings and structures, mosques, schools, hospitals, sports facilities, clinics, a new 30,000 student university, utility services and infrastructure (electrical sub-stations, lift stations), roads and highways, port & pipeline expansions, and more
- Supervises the engineering activity (all disciplines) on a project, or designated portions of a project, for a global business unit. - Plans and directs engineering assignments on the project. - Has technical responsibilities for interpreting, organizing, executing, and coordinating these assignments.
A. Supervision Received
- Receives administrative, operational and technical supervision from an Area Engineering Manager, Manager of Engineering or a senior Project Engineer. Assignments given in terms of general objectives and limits in alignment with the annual client approved work plan.
- As the focal point of Bechtel-Client contact on engineering aspects of assigned project or portions of a project, maintains regular reporting of work progress, exchange of information, technical advice and quality of project deliverables.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES:
- Directs and coordinates engineering activities for the project or assigned portion principally including management of design Consultants contracted by the client to perform engineering work. - Establishes or assists in establishing the detailed project scope of work, execution plan, and the development of the overall project engineering budget and schedule. - Develops preliminary design and procurement schedules for approval. - Organizes and supervises all workshops for assigned projects including: scope review, engineering studies, constructability, safety, operability, clash detection, inter-discipline reviews, interface coordination, and value engineering. Takes necessary action to ensure the incorporation of all results as required. - Reviews and manages the quality of design documents, change orders, material requisitions and specifications for construction or procurement use. - Resolves field initiated questions on engineering. - Visits jobsite as required for exchange of information. - Coordinates activities among the design groups on the project. - Reviews project engineering progress against approved schedules, evaluates changes and takes corrective action when required. - Manages the flow of information required from third parties to assure the timely progress of the engineering work. - Prepares or directs the preparation of project studies, reports, forecasts, and special engineering reports. - Ensures that Technical Risk Assessments are comprehensive and complete, safety practices and procedures are implemented, and engineering design and corresponding design documentation are in compliance with project Quality Management System and procedures. - Communicates complex technical issues and recommends solutions to client, project and functional management as directed and as appropriate. - Champions the creation of a project work environment, supported by leadership on the project/program, which fosters openness, trust, communication, teamwork, empowerment, innovation, and satisfaction.
The Project Engineer is responsible for supporting the Area Engineering Manager to monitor and coordinate the design process for all Engineer-Procure-Construct (EPC) and Procure-Construct (PC) Contracts. The work will require close coordination and direct interfacing with Construction staff and Contractor’s design team.
Bechtel employees in Jubail receive free furnished housing and basic utilities, work transport, free health care (on site in Saudi Arabia), eligible participation in Bechtel group/private health care plan options, retirement benefit plan participation, life insurance options for you and qualified dependents, a base of 24 days of paid leave, 11 paid holidays, airfare coverage and additional time off for R&Rs and Home Leave, and local private schooling tuition coverage for up to two school-aged dependent children.