PME Engineer (5)
Houston, TX 77072
This is a year log assignment
- The Engineer will work on and/or supervise the design of larger and more complex units under general supervision from the Engineering Lead.
- Perform pipe stress analysis, (both manual and computer) to verify the piping design layouts are following applicable codes.
- Perform design quality checking of other stress engineer’s calculations, line list and specialty items.
- E. seal other engineers’ calculations.
- Coordinate with the other project team members concerning common elements and act as liaison with other offices.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s in Engineering required
- Texas professional engineering license required
- 10+ years of oil & gas and chemical industry experience required
- 12+ years of pipe stress analysis
- 20+ years’ total experience required
- Proficient in using Caesar II
- Experience in engineering and/or construction work process
- Jobsite experience
- Large capital project experienced
- Experience work sharing with global offices
- Keen safety awareness
- Excellent communicator
- Operates well in a multi-company team environment
- Exhibits leadership traits and abilities
- Able to perform job walks wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) in an operating facility
- May require travel to international offices and job sites
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