Junior/Intermediate Mechanical Engineer, St. John's, NL

Connex Personnel Inc. is searching for a Junior/Intermediate Mechanical Engineer for an opportunity in St. John’s, NL.

Overview:

The engineer will work as part of an offshore oil and gas engineering team to evaluate, select, specify mechanical items for the offshore facility.  The Junior/Intermediate Mechanical Engineer will perform a variety of tasks which may include calculations, mechanical package management and field work.

Your Key Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring project schedules and client approved budgets are managed
  • Preparing detailed Cost, Time & Resource estimates based on client supplied work scopes
  • Ensure design, analysis and specifications are in accordance with applicable codes, governing statutory regulations, Wood procedures, offshore installation specific design philosophies and meet project objectives and industry best practice
  • Adhering to all HSEQ requirements within the mechanical discipline in accordance with Company procedures and management systems
  • Originating and checking of documentation including but not limited to specifications, data sheets, SDRL’s, and reports
  • Preparing BOM’s and RFQ’s for Mechanical equipment
  • Package Management
  • Travelling offshore as required

Your Capabilities and Credentials:

  • Knowledge of design codes and standards applicable to offshore facilities.
  • Thorough understanding of all phases of engineering document production and the relationship between drawings and specifications.
  • Recognizes when technical problems are developing and initiates appropriate corrective actions.
  • Ability to check own work for accuracy and completeness and manage time to meet project budget and schedule.
  • Ability to participate and collaborate in project team setting and to engage in creative and critical thought.
  • Understanding of electrical engineering concepts and ability to effectively communicate ideas to others.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical, Instrumentation and Controls or Electronics discipline or equivalent Professional Qualification.
  • Registered Professional Engineer with PEGNL or eligible for registration with PEGNL.
    Minimum of 3 years of experience in an instrument engineering environment in the oil and gas, mining, utility or heavy industrial industry.
    Offshore oil and gas experience would be an asset.