Under general direction, the Facilities Engineer determines approaches to objectives demonstrating a complete understanding and application of principles, concepts, and practices.
Typical responsibilities include:
Provides solutions to problems involving unusual complexity
Conceives and plans facilities engineering projects involving the development of new approaches and methods to attain objectives May provide input to department objectives and long-range goals
Keeps current within area of specialty in support of project assignments · Provides technical advice on projects, including feasibility, planning, costs, and time requirements · Prepares data required for special projects to ensure maximum cost effectiveness
; Acts as a technical advisor and expert on process systems, as well as equipment and manufacturing facilities · Ensures that work performed by the Company's personnel or contractors conforms to national, state and local laws, regulations and codes ; Develops standards and design criteria for projects such as the construction and renovation of facilities, office and plant layouts, space planning, etc.
; May direct critical projects with large scope and difficult complexity ; May represent the organization at staff meetings, project review meetings, etc.
; May assign projects and provide direction to less senior employees and support staff ; Represents the Company as the prime contact on assigned facilities engineering projects; May plan, schedule, oversee, and assign preventive maintenance and repair assignments Plans procurement strategies and provides technical expertise in the construction of well head facilities, pipelines, and treatment plants