Supervisor Commissioning Tech (OnsCon)


Company Overview

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Our ingenuity fuels daily life. Together, we’ve forged some of the most trusted partnerships across the energy value chain to make what was once just an idea a reality: laying subsea infrastructure thousands of feet below sea level, installing offshore platforms hundreds of miles from shore, and using our expertise to design and build offshore wind infrastructure.

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Job Overview:

The CSU Process Supervisor supports the preparation of home office deliverables and site inspection and testing performed during the Commissioning and Start-Up (CSU) phase of the project.

Key Tasks and Responsibilities:

Reports to the CSU Process Superintendent.

Assist planning, development and execution of a safe Pre-commissioning, Commissioning, Startup and Performance Testing of the facility.

Develops project deliverables (e.g., schedules, procedures, manuals, systemization, spares, etc.)

Liaise with equipment manufacturers during the execution of site activities.

Liaise with the Preservation Coordinator in maintaining process piping and mechanical equipment.

Implements, maintains or changes work schedules of piping and mechanical craft personnel.

Essential Qualifications and Education:

10 years of experience in a lead process commissioning and start-up role on EPC projects or in an operating petrochemical facility.

Effectively communicate technical solutions to other engineers and non-engineers.

Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint (presentation skills), Visio.

Knowledgeable in the develop of operating manuals, standard operating procedures.

Good organizational skills and adaptable to potential changes in the project.

Proficiency in English

Preferred Qualifications and Education:

Process Technical Certification from an accredited technical school.

B.S. Chemical Engineering (BSChE).

Familiar with codes and standards of ANSI, API, ASME, CSA, NACE, NFPA.

Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC).

Local Area Safety Council Certificate.

Multi-language skills.



At McDermott, we proudly work together to create and deliver innovative engineering and construction solutions for the energy industry. Our customers trust our technology-driven approach to design and build infrastructure solutions to responsibly transport and transform natural resources into the products the world needs today. Because we’re powered by the most innovative minds, we rise to every challenge to make what was once just an idea a reality.

McDermott is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, genetic information, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.