Senior Engineer Electrical, Stavanger and Hammerfest

Stavanger and Hammerfest

Candidates without NORSOK-experience or norwegian workingpermit will not be considered

Job Responsibilities

We are looking for a skilled electrical engineer to work in a large EPC onshore project.  
The right candidate will join a major greenfield and integration project and will have the opportunity to develop his/her skills with respect to electrical s engineering. 

Typical tasks will be:

Main tasks will be to act as coordinator between Engineering Asker and fabrication in Haugesund
Electrical Engineering support at site
Handling of technical questions from installation team
Participate in meetings between fabrication and engineering
Provide engineering with additional documentation as required e.g. photos, descriptions.
Assist the site support team manager in ensuring that the communication between the different parties flows well and clarify any misunderstandings
Follow up and closing of MC punch items with special attention to those related to engineering
Coordination of electrical engineering changes


Education Bachelor degree or Technical College combined with minimum 4 years’ relevant
FSE course
Ex course
Work Experience:

Minimum 6 years’ experience from electrical engineering in green field NCS projects
Minimum 3 years’ experience with Electrical Site Coordination responsibilities from green field projects
Experience and deep knowledge of electrical and cable design, mechanical completion and installation according to relevant standards such as NORSOK, ISO, ATEX and IEC.
Detail knowledge of Equinor technical requirements (TRs)


Efficient communicator, who communicate well in English – Both orally and in writing
Cooperative working attitude and acceptance for multicultural team environment
A natural team player, but possess the ability to work independently
Systematic and accurate, with high loyalty to deadline and quality requirements
Proactive, seeking advice and share own experiences with other

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