#A1049 Principal Engineer Electrical

Oslo

Assignment Description

We are looking for a skilled electrical high voltage engineer to work for a large Feed phase onshore project. The right candidate will join a major offshore project and will have the opportunity to develop his/her skills within electrical system.Development of electrical philosophies, topologies, single line diagrams, load list, PMS/PDCS and system design.
Electrical design for 132 kV grid connection
Specify electrical system solutions and strategies
Interface with switchgear and SAS vendors
Input to Feed report and design basis
Transition of FEED into EPCI project phase requirement
Interface with other disciplines, client, existing plant, other contractors and suppliers

Qualifications Required

Master Power EngineeringEx courseFSE course

Required Work Experience:
Minimum 8 years’ experience from electrical system engineering in offshore or onshore projects
– Experience from electrical high voltage design activities, typically 132kV and responsibilities from green field projects offshore.Conversant with LV and HV distribution levels, developing electrical philosophies, topologies, design and specifying electrical system solutions and strategies.
– Experience with electrical system calculations using recognised software such as Febdok and Paladin.
– Extensive knowledge of electrical design according to relevant national and international rules, regulations and different standards such as NORSOK, IEC, ATEX, ISO, PTIL, DNV/GL
– Detail knowledge of Equinor technical requirements (TRs)

Have good communication skills:
Have a cooperative working attitude and acceptance for multicultural team environment
Ability to work independently as well as in team
Be systematic and accurate
Have a high loyalty to deadline and quality requirements
Be proactive, seeking advice and share own experiences with others
Fluent Norwegian and English skills – both orally and in writing

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