Principal Electrical Design Engineer - Military veterans preferred

Kellogg Brown & Root (


  full-time   employee



Principal Electrical Design Engineer

Job Responsibilities

Senior Electrical Engineering Detail Design for FPSO facilities

FPSO Electrical system design including design, specifications and services related to MV (11kV)/LV(690/400v) Switchgear, MV VFDs, distribution system etc

Have experienced managing Electrical distribution packages and/or large Mechanical Packages such as GTG, VFD driven Compressors etc

Have work as Senior Electrical Engineering role in detail design phase for FPSO facilities with MV (11kV) and LV (690/400V) system/ancillaries including transformers etc

Have managed Electrical packages such as switchgears/transformers, UPS, Distribution Boards or supported Mechanical packages reviewing engineering documents, etc

Able to work independently and also work with other disciplines for multi-discipline packages

Job Requirements

Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering with 15 to 30 years of experience

Familiarity with global Electrical codes, standards and regulations ie IEC/BSI, etc

Knowledge of Electrical system for assessment/compliance studies and reports

Minimum 15 years relevant experience with Electrical design for Offshore FPSO Electrical power and distribution system including minimum 3 years Senior Engineer position

Understanding of Electrical system design

Scheduled Weekly Hours:


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