Airswift has been tasked by one of our major clients to seek a Machinery Engineer to work within their facilities located in Carlsbad, NM for a 12-month contract.
- Facilitate and coordinate discipline engineering technical work products.
- Coordination and communication of various issues among the company’s and contractor’s engineering team that affect the discipline engineering design, safety, and regulatory compliance of the work.
- Evaluate/comment on work performed by the Contractor and sub-contractors to ensure that the work is being executed in accordance with Company specifications, standards, and regulatory requirements. Includes review of discipline design drawings and documents.
- Identify and assess deviations to Contract Technical Specifications and regulatory requirements; ensure that such deviations will be processed according to Company procedures; maintains Deviation Control Log.
- Steward discipline engineering queries from the Contractor and sub-contractors as well as technical information requests.
- Keep Lead Engineer or Engineering Manager informed of discipline engineering progress, deviations, and execution concerns.
- Participate in discipline engineering reviews at Contractor’s and subcontractor’s locations.
- Drives and promotes capital efficiency in engineering design.
- Support internal engineering general interest or Global Practice initiatives as requested by Supervisor
- 7-10 years of closely related professional experience.
- Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or related engineering specialty, or equivalent professional experience.
- Broad knowledge of discipline design standards, specifications, codes, and appropriate safety criteria.
- Ability to adapt to tight deadlines, heavy workloads, and frequent changes in priorities.
- Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of software programs.
- Fundamental safety understanding of equipment with pressurized hydrocarbon fluids.
- Working operational knowledge of: Vapor Recovery Unit (VRU) compressor packages – tanks and Vapor Recovery Towers (VRTs); Wellhead compressor packages; Cat 3500/3600 series engines / aerial compressor packages; Industry standard gas dehydration skids; General oilfield equipment such as pumps, separators, and electric motors; PLC control and electrical distribution systems; Automated control valves; Gas capture and vapor recovery systems.
- Knowledgeable of industry standard design codes including B31.4/B31.8, Section VII/IX; NEC, IEC, etc.
- Able to self-perform design, procurement, and technical evaluation / troubleshooting for all equipment in a compressor station.
- Planning and coordinating multiple projects in parallel with minor oversight required.