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Static Equipment Engineer

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On/Offshore Engineering
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Job Purpose                                                     : Mechanical Designing (Static)
Project                                                              : Multi Projects
Role                                                                 : Design Engineer - Mechanical
 
Typical Job Group Code : As per Company Procedure

Reporting Lines
a.         Functionally Reports to                          : Department Head
b.         Operationally Reports to                       : Department Head
c.         Directly                                                 : Department Lead
d.         Key Interactions                                    : Other Disciplines
 
1.       Profile (Skills & Qualifications)
a.       Must have :
Should be a graduate Engineer (Mechanical) from a      recognized university, 8+ years’ experience in Oil & Gas EPC, Fabricators.
2.       Nice to have:
Working knowledge of Ansys for FEA would be an added advantage
3.      Main Accountabilities :
a)      Designing of pressure vessels & heat exchangers
b)      Hand-on experience in usage of software like PVElite/Autopipe Vessels/ Compress
c)       Procurement services like preparation of requisition, vendor offer evaluation & preparation of technical bid analysis
d)      Adheres to the committed man/hours and budget.
e)      Ensures timely reporting on engineering / requisitioning activities to the Lead Discipline Engineer.
f)        Meets quality and HSE objectives of the project.
g)      Interfaces with other discipline specialist engineers and possibly project support functions such as procurement and planning.
* This position is only for Local contracts.

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