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Mid-Senior – Engineer-Pipe Stress Analysis
Known for the technical excellence of its’ employees, our client provides challenging work, opportunity for career growth, and flexible working conditions. Our Design Engineering Division provides comprehensive engineering work. As an Engineer your work will help maintain a safe and sustainable zero-emission energy source, providing engineering solutions for traditional nuclear as well as some of the newest technologies in nuclear today!
About the Job
In this role you will be performing stress analyses, preparing piping and engineering specifications and ensuring code compliance. You will be working with a team of engineers across disciplines and locations on client projects involving modifications to existing power generation facilities and plant systems for today's leading energy providers.
Design and analysis of changes to existing power plants as well as new plant systems.
Perform calculations, develop isometrics, and provide design recommendations, specifications, and design change packages
Lead design engineering efforts on multi-disciplined project design team
Provide technical support for field execution, including outage/turnaround projects
Assist in constructability planning, proposal, and estimate development
Mentor junior engineers.
BS in Engineering from ABET accredited university required.
Minimum of 5-10 years piping/mechanical design experience with focus on pipe stress analysis projects in nuclear facilities, oil & gas or similar systems.
Strong organizational skills. Effective written and verbal communication with clients, colleagues, and colleagues within other disciplines, project managers, and management.
Knowledge of ME101, AutoPIPE, SuperPipe, AutoCAD, Laser Scanning and GTStrudl preferred.
Professional Engineering License preferred.
Strong computer knowledge of Microsoft Office, and CAD Software.
Candidates must be legally authorized to work permanently in the U.S. without the need for work sponsorship now or in the future.