Intermediate Project Engineer

Working under the Principle Engineer and/or the Manager of Projects, the Intermediate Project Engineer is responsible for the direction and coordination of various discipline’s activities for the successful completion of projects to the standard of both Tundra Engineering and our clients. This role maintains liaison between all disciplines assigned to projects to ensure mutual understanding is reached on all phases of work, as defined by the contract, and to ensure continuity of job progress and design. The responsibilities for this position are as follows:

  • Preliminary estimations and details
  • Design of facility, building. And piping system layouts
  • Participation in HAZOP meetings and 3D model review meetings
  • Address deviations and obtain appropriate approvals when necessary
  • Calculations
  • Data sheets
  • Engineering reports (PMP’s, DBM’s, Scoping Documents, technical reports)
  • Project specifications
  • Drawings (P&ID’s, Plot Plans, Isometrics, Piping Plans, etc)
  • Project capital cost estimates and man-hour estimates
  • Project schedules and schedule tracking
  • Coordination of project activities
  • Monitoring of project scope changes
  • Cost tracking
  • Development of meeting agendas and participation in client meetings
  • Manage third party contractors in the completion of assigned work
  • Troubleshooting, problem solving
  • Completing technical sections of request for quotes (RFQs)
  • Reviewing the technical components of received bids
  • Reviewing the technical aspects of bid spreads
  • Liaison between clients and vendors / contractors
  • Reviewing vendor and contractor QC documentation following contract award
  • Assist in organizing and maintaining design guidelines
  • Provide input in developing and maintaining company typical drawings
  • Assist with reviewing proposed or existing codes and providing feedback
  • Development of Project Engineering studies and technical notes
  • Development of process control and safety design philosophies
  • Support Tundra Engineering’s HSE initiatives
  • Other duties as assigned

Knowledge and Skill Requirements: 

  • Minimum of 5 years of prior related experience in the oil and gas industry, preferably in an EPCM environment
  • Travel as required to ensure the successful execution of projects
  • Bachelor’s Degree in chemical or Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent, from an accredited university
  • Willingness to work a flexible schedule
  • Professional engineering registered or eligible for registry with APEGA
  • Comprehensive working knowledge of Microsoft Office products
  • Ability to work ad adapt in a flexible, fast paced environment
  • Excellent organizational, teamwork, planning and time management skills
  • Strong communication skills: verbal, business writing, electronic communications and presentations
  • Field or shop experience during the project scoping, fabrication and construction phases
  • Solid technical background in the design of mechanical equipment and piping systems
  • Knowledge and application of ASME, API and CSA codes and general understanding of the other applicable regulatory codes and standards
  • Strong analytical thinking, negotiating and problem-solving skills

Qualified candidates can submit their resume and cover letter to

We thank all those that apply, however only those considered for an interview will be contacted.