Responsibilities: Work with the Piping Design Lead in planning and design layout. Provide technical guidance and direction to others in your area(s) of expertise. Explore and suggest new approaches and concepts in design components. Conduct plant site visits when needed. Independently perform most assignments, plan work and meet deadlines without supervisor action. Prepare and layout piping systems in conformance with applicable codes and design standards and produce required deliverables. Ensure project piping deliverables are checked and meet industry, client and company quality standards. Coordinate survey request with survey group.
Requirements: Minimum 7+ years experience in refinery, midstream or petrochemical industries. Design and construction experience of piping systems in plants. Advanced knowledge about design/drafting principles and practices. Working experience with high value engineering center (HVEC) (recommended) Excellent verbal, written and communication skills. Proficient in the following software: AutoCAD and Navisworks. Knowledge of Bentley AutoPLANT and LFM Server. Experience with MS Office products and Adobe PDF Pro.
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Associated topics: cad, civil engineer, design engineer, design, development, drafter, environment, implement, structural engineer, structure