Energy Resourcing are currently recruiting for a Principal Rotating Equipment Engineer to join their client's Manchester project delivery team on a staff or contract basis.
This is a great career opportunity to work on a large gas oil terminal project for our global EPC client.
- Writing and checking mechanical specifications.
- Writing and checking mechanical data sheets.
- Writing and checking technical content documents to support Enquiry Requisitions.
- Reviewing Supplier bid documents.
- Compilation of and checking Technical Bid Evaluations to capture technical bid clarification responses.
- Co-ordinating Bid Clarification Meetings and full responsibility for discussion of technical content.
- Acting as a single focal point for Supplier document review and approval for several equipment packages.
- Monitoring assigned packages for technical compliance, contractual compliance, and QA/QC compliance.
- Attending Factory Acceptance Tests.
- Considering the environmental, commercial, safety, and operational aspects of design.
- Responsible for review and integration of the client' specifications and standards into the equipment design and quality standards.
- Liaising with multi-discipline project teams, project/engineering management, and Client representatives for project activities as required.
- Progress monitoring to maintain the schedules and reporting of progress to management.
- Supervision and liaison with engineers from global support facilities.
- Monitoring and reporting of issues related to the management of change.
- Identifying risks in the workplace, on-site, and in the project work undertaken.
- A recognised Engineering Degree or equivalent.
- Proven experience in Oil & Gas/Petrochem projects in the Conceptual, FEED, Detail Design, and EPC/EPCM project stages.
- Good knowledge of all centrifugal and reciprocating types of API and non-API pumps including seal selection, lube oil, and seal systems.
- Good knowledge of hydrocarbon compressors, reciprocating, and centrifugal.
- Knowledge of European and American design codes and standards, i.e. ASME VIII, ASTM, ISO, ANSI, NFPA, and NACE.
- Experience in performance testing of large machinery.
- Sound knowledge of the EU Directives ( Machinery Directive, PED, CE/UK marking, and ATEX).
- Working knowledge of corrosion and degradation mechanisms and ability to select and review materials of construction for equipment in hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon service.
- Experienced in the management of Supplier package documentation review including, inspection and test plans, GA's, P&IDs, weekly progress reports, fabrication/production schedule, material certification, material testing, field inspection requirements, operation and maintenance manual contents, and certification data book requirements.
- Commercial awareness to mitigate or eliminate cost additions during the equipment delivery cycle in a fast-track project environment.
- Proven ability to deliver results under tight schedules and cost constraints in a sustained pressure project environment.