Our client is seeking a CFD Engineer to join their world-class Fluid Mechanics team on a permanent basis, based in Epsom, Surrey.
Using advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis on projects to solve problems for our clients in a consultancy setting. The role will allow you to develop technical and project management skills through a mix of targeted training, on the job experience, mentoring and continual professional development.
The Fluid Mechanics team provides technical engineering consultancy to the energy industry for problems related to fluid flows and heat transfer. This includes projects in conventional oil and gas, as well as the energy transition (for example LNG, hydrogen and offshore wind). Typical projects include safety assessments (gas dispersion, fire modelling, explosion analysis, gas detection) as well as hydrodynamic assessments, heat transfer and flow assurance. Also supporting a range of other sectors including power and the built environment.
- Deliver projects as part of a team. Technical excellence is key to our success, and you would help build on this tradition.
- Produce high quality deliverables to clients, meeting time and cost targets.
- Support the development of junior engineers through our projects.
- Support the development of our internal innovations, tools and capability.
- Assist in the preparation of cost estimates and bids for new work scopes.
- Build relationships with existing and new clients through project work and tendering opportunities.
- Master's Degree (MEng or equivalent) in mechanical engineering or related discipline
- Chartered or actively working towards chartered status.
- Experience of CFD modelling in Star-CCM+, or other comparable software.
- Strong understanding of the fundamentals of fluid mechanics and heat transfer.
- Excellent report writing, presentation and communication skills.
- Desirable: experience in the energy industry and/or consultancy setting
- Desirable: CFD experience in gas dispersion, fire or blast modelling, exhaust dispersion modelling