Lead Engineer – LCI/DFO

With Aibel you have a chance to develop your career through a range of projects in renewables and oil and gas. We call ourselves Engineering Pioneers. Whatever our job is, we approach it with creativity, curiosity and a drive to find new and better solutions. First we imagine the future. Then we build it.

LCI & Requirement Engineering in Oslo is looking to strengthen the team with new LCI/DFO Lead Engineers. You will be responsible for development and implementation of LCI/DFO Management system including project LCI Strategy, and LCI work instructions/guidelines.

About the position

As a LCI/DFO Lead Engineer, you'll shape the future of technical requisitions with your expertise in developing Supplier Documentation Instructions (SDI). You’ll lead the charge in managing and coordinating LCI deliverables, verifying supplier documentation, and ensuring a smooth LCI handover before commissioning. Step into a role where your skills truly matter in a top-tier engineering firm.

Responsibilities and tasks include

  • Assist IT in system set-up and data control/transfer testing of the engineering systems/tools used in the project
  • Follow up LCI issues in Project Risk management / Project Quality Assurance systems
  • Perform LCI verifications and report observations
  • Implement, maintain and give feedback in our Management system (project procedures & work instructions) within areas of responsibility for continuous improvement


  • Bachelor's/Master's degree. Lack of education can be compensated with relevant experience
  • Minimum 5 years' experience with LCI/DFO management, preferably within O&G projects on the Norwegian continental shelf or the OW sector
  • Experience in Equipment Supplier’s project organization is an advantage
  • Multi-discipline experience within project engineering from detail engineering stage throughout construction and commissioning phase and handover to operations
  • Fluent Norwegian and English skills - both orally and in writing

Personal qualities

  • Have a cooperative working attitude and acceptance for a multicultural team environment
  • Are systematic and accurate
  • Have a high loyalty to deadline and quality requirements
  • Be proactive, seeks advice and shares own experiences with others
  • You have an innovative approach and are a network builder

Become our colleague
Aibel offers many career opportunities. With us, you can work across disciplines, build competence and develop your own potential. This contributes to a vibrant and engaging work environment. We also offer flexible working hours, and our welfare clubs have a wide range of activities and training opportunities for all our employees.

Our overall strategy is to strengthen and grow the company's strong position within various energy segments, including offshore wind, oil and gas and hydrogen. At the same time, we always pursue new opportunities. Aibel sees social responsibility as a fundamental prerequisite, and sustainable development is therefore a natural part of our guidelines, work procedures and decision-making processes.

We value diversity and work targeted to secure inclusion of all employees.

Can you identify with our values, and are you inspired by our vision?
Then we would like to hear from you!

Application deadline: 05.08.2024

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