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System Engineering Manager – Fluid Intervention
We are currently looking for a System Engineering Manager to drive the engineering of Fluid Intervention Systems for one of the worlds largest oil field services companies, to be based out of their Aberdeen site.
This individual will drive the engineering from early customer engagement through invention to tender and project execution. They will manage design architecture from product lines, pumping and vessel services in successful completion of engineering. This will include principal controlled title responsibilities for completion of design verification and validation activities.
This person will get heavily involved in customer engagement and will collaborate with the commercial team on tenders. They must have strong commercial awareness in a similar area and have very good knowledge of subsea equipment
These individual reports functionally into the Global Engineering Manager of Integrated Services. They will have no direct reports but will lead technical teams and manage the system engineering area of the Fluid Intervention part of the business.
- Considerable experience in system engineering – a large portion of their background must be in chemical injection and drill intervention
- Background in mechanical or hydro-mechanical
- Very good design process management (delivering integrated system solutions_
- Strong commercial awareness with knowledge of outcome based commercial models
- Good knowledge of subsea equipment/ocean engineering
- Demonstrable experience leading technical teams in a dynamic fast paced environment
If you are interested in this role please send a copy of your CV and we will be in touch
System Engineering Manager – Subsea Equipment (Well Intervention, Chemical Injection, Pumping technology) – Aberdeen – Competitive Salary
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