Job Description :
Role: Pressure Vessel Design Engg.
Location: Grand Island, NE

Position Competencies:
(a) Knowledge & Key Skills:
* In depth knowledge and application of Global vessel design codes such as ASME, PED, GB including preparation of calculations and procedures.
* In depth knowledge of vessel fabrication including inspection of vessels, piping and construction and generally accepted standards for process related equipment
* Must be able to demonstrate strong project management, leadership and effective communication skills being able to work effectively in a cross functional and multi-cultural environment.
* Must have an in depth understanding of the principles of Project Management and how they are effectively applied within a New Product Introduction Process including risk management and mitigation.
* Must be able to multi-task across one or more projects at any one time either individually or as part of a cross functional team. As part of this you must be able to recognise timescale issues thereby developing and implementing corrective actions to ensure the deadlines are met.
* Filtration / Vessel application and sizing experience with the Industrial Process market such as Fuel / Chemicals, Offshore and Energy market segments.
* Sound knowledge of major manufacturing processes including welding and assembly techniques within a low / medium volume manufacturing environment.

(b) Essential Qualifications/Education:
* Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering or related Science.
* Preferably Chartered Engineer / Professional with membership of a relevant Engineering Institution.

(c) Essential Previous Experience:
* Experience with 2D and 3D CAD software for the creation of drawings and models. Preferably Solidworks.
* Experience of project tracking including cost budgeting; spend analysis, resource allocation, risk identification and mitigation.
* Experience of a new product introduction process design / project management coupled with design knowledge of fabricated vessels, welded structures, seal mechanisms and pressure vessels.