Linde Engineering North America Inc

  • Electrical Engineer

    Job Location US-OK-Tulsa
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    The Electrical Engineer will be part of a multi-discipline project team and is responsible for electrical engineering and design aspects for project execution. Electrical Engineer shall be responsible for all engineering phases, i.e. proposal, basic, detail, construction, and commissioning.

    Responsibilities

    The Electrical Engineer shall be responsible for, but not limited to, the following:

    • Selection of appropriate type of electrical equipment for a given application in chemical, petrochemical, oil & gas industry.
    • Develop electrical power distribution systems for large industrial applications. Distribution design shall be performed using recognized industry standards and specifications.
    • Preparation of technical specifications for Substation, Power Distribution Building (PDC), LV / MV Switchgear, MCCs, VFDs, Motors, Transformers, Bus Ducts, Cable Bus, and Electrical Heat Tracing.
    • Perform calculations and studies for electrical power systems using ETAP™ and/or SKM– load flow, voltage drop, motor starting, short circuit studies, relay coordination, overload, low flow, power demand, and arc flash studies.
    • Set protective relays based on the results of the above studies.
    • Provide electrical calculations for grounding, cabling, lighting, and voltage drop.
    • Review and check project related company drawings to ensure compliance with all company and project instructions/specifications (one-line diagrams, electrical equipment location drawings, plan drawings, details, schematics, cable schedules, wiring diagrams, interconnection diagrams, grounding layouts, installation details, and bulk material takeoff).
    • Review and check vendor drawings to ensure compliance with the scope of the purchase order, system functionality, constructability, and company and project instructions/specifications.
    • Develop purchase specifications and technical bid tabulation to support the selection of major electrical equipment.
    • Review and checking of technical vendor submittals for installation requirements.
    • Develop test requirements and assist in electrical equipment checkout and startup. Provide technical support for inspection and test, construction, commissioning, and start-up.
    • Work in a multi-discipline environment to achieve an on-time project completion while maintaining consistent and accurate documentation.
    • Attend project meetings as required.
    • Learn and abide by the Linde Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct. Demonstrate honesty, integrity, and professionalism in all communications, actions and decisions.

    Qualifications

    • BS degree in Electrical Engineering, MS degree preferred.
    • Professional Engineer (P.E.) Certification preferred.
    • 6 years of relevant experience in process plant engineering and design in EPC company.
    • Working knowledge of the National Electrical Code (NEC), International Society of Automation (ISA), IEEE, API, ASME, and NFPA Standards and International Codes.
    • Effective computer skills; Microsoft Office software, Lotus Notes, and other discipline specific software applications.
    • ETAP™ and/or SKM.
    • Familiarity with Intergraph Smart™ 3D, PDS®, MicroStation, and SmartSketch® preferred.
    • Base knowledge of electrical construction methodologies and processes.
    • Understanding of workflow within an EPC engineering company environment preferred.
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills with superiors, colleagues, clients and vendors.
    • Ability to work in a multicultural environment, exposure to project execution in global work share teams as well as international vendors.
    • Effective analytical and problem-solving skills including background in problem solving techniques.
    • Possess a positive attitude, supports change, and able to apply new ways of working within set timelines.

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