WoodPLC is Looking for a Lead Piping Engineer


Work Position: Lead Piping Engineer

In conjunction with the Engineering Manager/Head of Discipline, manages succession planning for direct reports,

Provides coaching and mentoring for direct reports.

Actively supports recruitment, selection, transfers and promotion of resources to meet succession and business plans.

Support the development and retention of motivated and competent people

Ensures competence of deputies.

Manages performance of direct reports.

Continuous promotion of and, adherence to the discipline specific Procedures and providing feedback for continuous improvement.

Support the development and delivery of Technical Assurance Framework.

Monitor compliance with competence standards.

Participate in incident investigations as required.

Represent WGPSN Discipline in the contract.

Set performance expectations for direct reports.

Actively maintaining own competence and continuous development.

Provide discipline support to the business.

Ensuring learning opportunities are captured and realised.

Knowledge of relevant regulatory framework and legislation.

Proficient in scope definition.

Deputising for Focal Point/Head of Discipline as required.

Supporting and supervising tasks delegated to direct reports/respective  team

Executing assigned business objectives

Management of key stakeholders in the execution and delivery of contracted activities

Manage and direct resources efficiently and effectively.

Perform the role of Technical Authority when appointed to do so.     

Provide strong leadership in promoting, demonstrating and being a role model in accordance with Company Core Values and Ethics Policy.

Discipline Specific:

Piping Design

Piping & Plant Layout

Engineering Requisitioning

Pipe Materials & Fittings

Pipe Supports

Pipe Stress Analysis (* Denotes Pipe Stress Engineer only)

Pipework Fabrication, Procurement & Construction Practice

Please send your CV to [email protected] indicating the position title “Lead Piping Engineer” in the subject line of your email.