Senior Engineer - Customer Applications CV

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  • Senior Engineer - Customer Applications

    Baker Hughes



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    City:   Montrose
    Desired job title:   Senior Engineer - Customer Applications
    Location:   Montrose
    Added On:   about 7 months ago

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    Industries

    Senior Management engineering

    Job Titles

    Senior Engineering consulting engineer

    Skills

    EOD Design Drawing Office Certified Craftsman the creation Mediation Tender Documents

    Qualifications

    Design; Environment T204 Design T355 Manufacturing Technology T395 Mechatronics Bachelor of Science Technology Bachelor of Science Diploma Design and Innovation Courses

    Employment History

    Senior Engineer - Customer Applications

    2014 - Present

    As a consulting engineer, I am responsible for the delivery of engineering products in the intervention arena to support tender and early FEED activities for the company. I generate the systems required using company's standard product portfolio and identifying technology gaps that relate to customer tender documentation. Focusing on completion workovers, intervention, IWOCS, Landing Strings and X-Tree installation / retrieval and decommissioning products for the company. ------- I am responsible for the project management and requirement capture for all tender engineering for the product line, I have to ensure that the design and validation of the equipment will satisfy customer requirements and meets ISO or API standards, SIL, ATEX, raising Exception / Qualifications / Risks and using the design review process to seek company approval for the required equipment. I also create master equipment lists (MEL) and documents requirement lists (DRL) to enable the commercial and sourcing departments to provide accurate costings for the products. I am also responsible for the creation of all the bid documentation required to be submitted as part of the tender. I am also involved in attending meetings with the clients to discuss their requirements and present them solutions and seeking agreement on clarification / qualifications of the equipment proposed to ensure it meets their needs.


    Engineering Team Leader

    2010 - 2014

    Engineering Team Leader (ITO), Vetco Gray / GE Oil & Gas ------- I was responsible for creating and maintaining a small team of engineers co-located to support the ITO (Inquiry to Order) stage for services engineering department. The team provided front end engineering support (FEED) to customers related to the repair and modification and bespoke engineering problems. This role had the responsibilities in all matters relating to the organisation, budget, personal development of the team as well as be responsible for the, planning and approval of all the technical execution of quotations and customer support activities. My team provide technical guidance to customers from their initial inquiry until to the actual order being placed, ensuring a seamless handover to the execution team. The team covered all aspects of Maintenance / Service / Field Operations and FEED reports for all XT subsea and surface equipment.


    Proposal Engineer

    2007 - 2010

    Part of the proposals department working to tight timescale and on multiple tenders, to ensure all technical content required for Subsea Wellheads and Surface Completions products is supplied to the customer to meet their requirements specified in their invitation to tender documentation. Duties: Selecting standard parts or creating new parts required to ensure that the customer requirements are achieved. Creating the documentation required as part of bid submission. Peer review of other projects to ensure that requirements and bid documentation is correct before submittal. Supervising the draughtsman to ensure technical drawings and new concepts are clear and concise for customer presentation. Creating and maintaining the technical risk register for each project, creating FEED proposal documentation. Meeting with customers to present the technical content of bid submission and resolving any clarifications.


    Mechanical Design Engineer

    2006 - 2006

    Part of a small design team, designing new products (Remotely Operated Vehicles) and modifying existing products to customer requirements within designated timelines. Using SolidWorks 2003 3d CAD system. Specific Project Management of the Hydraulic Power Units and Valve Pack product range. Creating costing and schedules for the product range. Liaising with the customers to ensure their requirements are achieved.


    Systems Engineer

    2004 - 2006

    Systems Engineer, Duties: - Lead Engineer on new bids and proposals ensuring the requirements capture, verification and design of products achieve customer expectations. ------- 6 months contracted to Prime Contract Management Office at Thales Crawley on the Watchkeeper UAV program working on requirements capture and concept of operations documents. Upon returning to Marshall was Engineering Lead for the Watchkeeper program working closely with Prime Contractors to negotiate £ 10.2 million contract award. Creating bid documentation including verification and validation methods, systems layout concept and engineering management up to Preliminary Design Review.


    Lead Mechanical Engineer

    2003 - 2004

    Duties: - Part of an integrated project team looking at new concept developments and adaptation on new technologies into the radar product range. Responsible for all mechanical aspects of new product development including Analysis, Estimates, Reports, Prototyping, Building demonstrator models, Safety Analysis, Qualification testing, Flight trials. Working closely with internal / external customers and suppliers to ensure the product achieves the requirements set through design reviews and life cycle management. Working to the timescales and budget set to ensure the cost effectiveness of each individual program. Equipment used: Pro Engineer CAD System, Pro Mechanica, Pro Intralink,


    Lead Mechanical Engineer

    2000 - 2003

    Responsible for the mechanical design of all Test, Support and Handling equipment for the ASTOR radar. Creating concepts and design briefs for new equipment and creating requirement specifications from these concepts. Liaising with sub-contractors to ensure external designs are compliant with requirements and ensuring timely delivery of these products to budget and schedule. Liaising with all other department to ensure workflow and forward loading is met. Equipment used: Pro Engineer CAD System, Sherpa Data Management, Microsoft Office Professional


    Engineering Designer

    1998 - 2000

    Responsible for the introduction and design of modular avionics into aircraft architecture for next generation aircraft used to create DEF-Stan 00/77. Dealing with French and German design teams to establish a standard architecture for the electronic packaging. Equipment used: Pro Engineer CAD System, Sherpa Data Management, Microsoft Office Professional


    Production Project Engineer

    1996 - 1998

    Responsible for maintaining and updating all records as a result of Design Department action to allow for an accurate and timely MRPII schedule. Responsible for ensuring all production programme procurement requirements are met in a timely manner and to initiate necessary interdepartmental liaison. Responsible for ensuring non-scheduled items are managed, procured and available for assembly in accordance with production programme requirements. Liaison with Senior Production Project Engineer, Team Leaders and Planner to ensure in-house assembly/PCA work is scheduled, released and completed in accordance with programme requirements. Reporting of Production Programme status as required. Program management of all units that fail test to ensure unit is repaired and returned to production in a cost-effective manner.


    Draughtsperson

    1989 - 1996

    Duties - Problem solving, modification of the drawing set, design of Mechanical units, providing estimates and attending configuration control board meetings. Working to BS 308 and ISO 9000. Equipment used: Mazurka CAD System, Ferranti Cam-X CAD System, IBM3090 MRPII System.


    Mechanical Apprentice

    1985 - 1989

    12 months Basic Training, 12 months No1 Machine Shop 18 months Toolroom, 6 months EOD Design Drawing Office Certified Craftsman with EITB


    Education History

    - 1997

    Education Title: professional

    Major: A Foundation Course


    - 1998

    Major: T204 Design


    - 1999

    Major: Design, Environment


    - 2000

    Major: T395 Mechatronics


    - 2000


    - 2001

    Major: T355 Manufacturing Technology


    1997 - 2001

    Name of Institution: The Open University

    Education Title: intermediategraduate

    Description: BSc (Hon) Technology (2:2) Diploma Design and Innovation


    Hobbies & Interest

    Hobbies Current Level 2 UKCC Triathlon Coach and Assistant Coach to Montrose Triathlon Club


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    Senior Engineer - Customer Applications CV Profile

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    Personal Statement

    In the 21st century engineering plays a more vital role in our lives than ever before. As I look around myself I observe numerous devices that were designed and constructed by engineers. This fills me with a desire to be a part of this great prolific system of creativity and ingenuity.

    Work Experience

    Senior Engineer - Customer Applications (Intervention) Baker Hughes

    10/2014 – Present

    As a consulting engineer, I am responsible for the delivery of engineering products in the intervention arena to support tender and early FEED activities for the company. I generate the systems required using company’s standard product portfolio and identifying technology gaps that relate to customer tender documentation. Focusing on completion workovers, intervention, IWOCS, Landing Strings and X-Tree installation / retrieval and decommissioning products for the company.

    I am responsible for the project management and requirement capture for all tender engineering for the product line, I have to ensure that the design and validation of the equipment will satisfy customer requirements and meets ISO or API standards, SIL, ATEX, raising Exception / Qualifications / Risks and using the design review process to seek company approval for the required equipment. I also create master equipment lists (MEL) and documents requirement lists (DRL) to enable the commercial and sourcing departments to provide accurate costings for the products. I am also responsible for the creation of all the  bid documentation required to be submitted as part of the tender. I am also involved in attending meetings with the clients to discuss their requirements and present them solutions and seeking agreement on clarification / qualifications of the equipment proposed to ensure it meets their needs.

    Engineering Team Leader (ITO),  Vetco Gray / GE Oil & Gas

    05/2010 - 10/2014

    I was responsible for creating and maintaining a small team of engineers co-located to support the ITO (Inquiry to Order) stage for services engineering department. The team provided front end engineering support (FEED) to customers related to the repair and modification and bespoke engineering problems.

    This role had the responsibilities in all matters relating to the organisation, budget, personal development of the team as well as be responsible for the, planning and approval of all the technical execution of quotations and customer support activities.

    My team provide technical guidance to customers from their initial inquiry until to the actual order being placed, ensuring a seamless handover to the execution team. The team covered all aspects of Maintenance / Service / Field Operations and FEED reports for all XT subsea and surface equipment.

     

     

    Proposal Engineer, Vetco Gray

    01/2007 - 05/2010

    Part of the proposals department working to tight timescale and on multiple tenders, to ensure all technical content required for Subsea Wellheads and Surface Completions products is supplied to the customer to meet their requirements specified in their invitation to tender documentation.

    Duties: Selecting standard parts or creating new parts required to ensure that the customer requirements are achieved. Creating the documentation required as part of bid submission. Peer review of other projects to ensure that requirements and bid documentation is correct before submittal. Supervising the draughtsman to ensure technical drawings and new concepts are clear and concise for customer presentation. Creating and maintaining the technical risk register for each project, creating FEED proposal documentation.

    Meeting with customers to present the technical content of bid submission and resolving any clarifications.

    Mechanical Design Engineer, Sub Atlantic

    04/2006 - 12/2006

    Part of a small design team, designing new products (Remotely Operated Vehicles) and modifying existing products to customer requirements within designated timelines. Using SolidWorks 2003 3d CAD system. Specific Project Management of the Hydraulic Power Units and Valve Pack product range. Creating costing and schedules for the product range. Liaising with the customers to ensure their requirements are achieved.

    Systems Engineer, Marshall Specialist Vehicles

    11/2004 - 04/2006

    Duties: - Lead Engineer on new bids and proposals ensuring the requirements capture, verification and design of products achieve customer expectations.

    6 months contracted to Prime Contract Management Office at Thales Crawley on the Watchkeeper UAV program working on requirements capture and concept of operations documents. Upon returning to Marshall was Engineering Lead for the Watchkeeper program working closely with Prime Contractors to negotiate £10.2 million contract award. Creating bid documentation including verification and validation methods, systems layout concept and engineering management up to Preliminary Design Review.

    Lead Mechanical Engineer, BAE Systems

    08/2003 – 11/2004

    Duties: - Part of an integrated project team looking at new concept developments and adaptation on new technologies into the radar product range.

    Responsible for all mechanical aspects of new product development including Analysis, Estimates, Reports, Prototyping, Building demonstrator models, Safety Analysis, Qualification testing, Flight trials. Working closely with internal / external customers and suppliers to ensure the product achieves the requirements set through design reviews and life cycle management. Working to the timescales and budget set to ensure the cost effectiveness of each individual program. Equipment used: Pro Engineer CAD System, Pro Mechanica, Pro Intralink,

     

     

    Lead Mechanical Engineer, BAE Systems

    07/2000 - 08/2003

    Responsible for the mechanical design of all Test, Support and Handling equipment for the ASTOR radar. Creating concepts and design briefs for new equipment and creating requirement specifications from these concepts. Liaising with sub-contractors to ensure external designs are compliant with requirements and ensuring timely delivery of these products to budget and schedule. Liaising with all other department to ensure workflow and forward loading is met. Equipment used: Pro Engineer CAD System, Sherpa Data Management, Microsoft Office Professional

    Engineering Designer, GEC Marconi

    08/1998 - 07/2000

    Responsible for the introduction and design of modular avionics into aircraft architecture for next generation aircraft used to create DEF-Stan 00/77. Dealing with French and German design teams to establish a standard architecture for the electronic packaging. Equipment used: Pro Engineer CAD System, Sherpa Data Management, Microsoft Office Professional

    Production Project Engineer, GEC Marconi

    02/1996 - 08/1998

    Responsible for maintaining and updating all records as a result of Design Department action to allow for an accurate and timely MRPII schedule. Responsible for ensuring all production programme procurement requirements are met in a timely manner and to initiate necessary interdepartmental liaison. Responsible for ensuring non-scheduled items are managed, procured and available for assembly in accordance with production programme requirements. Liaison with Senior Production Project Engineer, Team Leaders and Planner to ensure in-house assembly/PCA work is scheduled, released and completed in accordance with programme requirements. Reporting of Production Programme status as required. Program management of all units that fail test to ensure unit is repaired and returned to production in a cost-effective manner.

    Draughtsperson, GEC Marconi

    09/1989 - 02/1996

    Duties - Problem solving, modification of the drawing set, design of Mechanical units, providing estimates and attending configuration control board meetings. Working to BS 308 and ISO 9000.  Equipment used: Mazurka CAD System, Ferranti Cam-X CAD System, IBM3090 MRPII System.

    Craft: Mechanical Apprentice, Ferranti

    08/1985 - 09/1989

    12 months Basic Training, 12 months No1 Machine Shop 18 months Toolroom, 6 months EOD Design Drawing Office Certified Craftsman with EITB

     

     

     

     

    Qualifications

    The Open University

    1997 – 2001

    BSc (Hon) Technology (2:2) Diploma Design and Innovation

    Courses - T102 Living with Technology: A Foundation Course (1997)
    T204 Design: Principles and Practice (1998)
    T302 Innovation: Design, Environment and Strategy (1999)
    T245 Managing in Organisations (2000)
    T395 Mechatronics: Designing Intelligent Machines (2000)
    TXR248 Experiencing Systems (2000)
    T235 Engineering Mechanics: Solids (2001)
    T355 Manufacturing Technology (2001)

     

    Napier University

    1988 - 1989

    Scotvec HNC Mechanical and Production Engineering

    Training

    Delivering Customer Impact 2018, Leading In A Matrix Organization 2014, Project Management Fundamentals at GE 2012, Building Essential Leadership Skills (BELS) 2012, Effective Coaching Skills 2012, Hiring The Right People 2012, Team Building at GE 2008

    Patents

    Single Trip, Tension Set, Metal-To-Metal Sealing Publication number: US 2011/##### A1 Filing date: Jul 13, 2009 Issued patent: US##### (Issue date Mar 6, 2012)

    Packoff arranged for mandrel and slip type hangers with internal lockdown mechanism Publication number: US 2012/##### A1 Filing date: Aug 18, 2010 Issued patent: US##### (issue date Mar 5, 2013)

     

    Hobbies

    Current Level 2 UKCC Triathlon Coach and Assistant Coach to ######## Triathlon Club

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