- Location: Perth
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Oil & Gas Experience
Piping Design Experience
Pipe Stress Analysis
Knowledge and Experience with Gas Pipelines, Pressure Vessel and Tanks
4 years + experience
Perth or Adelaide based - Interstate candidates will be considered
Office based role
8 hours days
Monday - Friday
$800/day + Super. Based on an initial 12 month contract - Ongoing.
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Senior Mechanical EngineerPiping Design ExperienceOil & Gas Experience Pipe Stress AnalysisKnowledge and Experience with Gas Pipelines, Pressure Vessel and Tanks8 years + experiencePerth or Adelaide based - Interstate candidates will be consideredOffice based role8 hours daysMonday - Friday$940/day + Super. Based on an initial 12 month contract - Ongoing.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Responsibilities Read and interpret ITT documentation in full, raise any TQ's or RFI's where information is believed to be missing or unclear.Participate in tender analysis and risk reviews.Prepare detailed bottom-up cost estimates for mechanical / electrical self-delivery scopes of work working from RFQ documentation, drawings, specifications, and site instructions. Prepare BOQ / MTO information, job steps, obtain material pricing and utilize labour norms and productivity rates to develop whole package costs.Work with subcontractors and suppliers to prepare and distribute subcontractor and materials RFQ packages for work within project scope but not performed internally, including defining the scope of work, provide drawings, specifications and required documentation.Complete detailed cost calculations including indirect, direct labour, materials, rentals, subcontracts, and equipment.Gather, analyze, input and compile information for negotiated work; Support the capture manager in organizing and chairing estimate hand over meetings.Liase with planning and delivery teams to ensure that estimate ties into both schedule and project delivery plan.Understand and apply estimating norms, factors and allowances to project cost components.Understand the full project life cycle and its components of cost. Desired Skills and Qualifications Confident and willing to engage with the team and contribute to our positive working environment.5+ years of experience in an estimating or related role, preferably in an industrial construction environmentFamiliar working with engineering drawings and specifications.Working knowledge of industry practices, regulations, materials specifications, supply chain and discipline specific terminology.Formal qualification in mechanical or electrical from an accredited post-secondary institution; technical training in project management, drafting and engineering design, trade certificates, and/or field experience are definite assetsExtensive knowledge and ability to use all MS Office packages, Especially Excel, Word and Outlook.Experience of working within Nuclear establishments & following Nuclear Professionalism Standards & Expectations.Knowledge of the legislative, regulatory, quality and environmental requirements relating to nuclear engineering projects.Required to pass a Medical to prove fitness to work in a Radiological environment. (Required for occasional site visits and surveys)Requirement to work in radiological environment, wearing relevant PPE.Must be SC
- Salary£45k - 55k per year
As an Offshore Foundation Structural Assessment Senior Engineer F/M you will be involved in delivering multi-level ongoing projects in the offshore wind whilst looking at the wider renewable energy business in general, contributing and developing broader technical solutions for business.You'll be part of an enthusiastic and committed team of Engineers and Technicians to deliver high-quality output on projects. Client care and repeat business are crucial to success. This means you enjoy developing and nurturing relationships with clients.You will have a good understanding of the technical engineering requirements of offshore wind turbine structures. As an Offshore foundation structural assessment senior engineer, you will be Performing structural calculations mainly using the finite element calculation method (FEA) to include: Analysis of Structural ModelsMonitoring calculations and detailed drawingsSelection of load cases (environmental conditions, a turbine in production/shutdown, etc.)Post-processing of extreme loads and fatigueAnalysis of the results and recommendations on the designData flow managementEnsuring technical compliance with the relevant regulations and client specificationsCompletion and delivery of high-quality technical reports. and you will carry out the dimensioning of structures: In the pre-design, design, basic, and detailed engineering phases (typically offshore jacket/monopile wind turbine foundation).Analysis of structural designs and gradually develop expertise in a wide range of offshore structures including static & dynamic analysis, fatigue analysis, impact analysis, fracture mechanics, Finite Element Analysis, wave dynamics, seismic design, engineering materials, etc. The role is based in Nantes, France, and the incumbent will have the right to work and reside in France.In this hybrid role, you will have a defined work location that includes remote work from home, in the office, and offshore/on-site as agreed with your manager.Flexibility to working hours and willing travel locally and internationally may be required occasionally.What we are looking forWe are looking for a determined, results, and client-oriented professional with a supportive and global mindset, and excellent interpersonal skills. The successful candidate should be passionate about innovation, and progress and enjoys working in a dynamic and multicultural environment both independently and as part of a team. In addition, you: Hold a Master's degree (or equivalent):structural mechanics and/or solid mechanics.Have at least 3 years of experience in the offshore field (Wind or Oil & Gas) in the dimensioning of offshore foundation structures, mainly of the jacket or monopile type.Will have Knowledge of mechanical characteristics of metal/concrete/composite materials (RDM).Have an in-depth understanding of at least 1 of the following: ANSYS / SACS / ABAQUS / SESAM.Knowledge and/or practice of standards such as DNV-GL, IEC, API, AISC, and Eurocodes.Are fully proficient in English, and French is an advantage.Practice in code checking, yielding, buckling, and fatigue, in ULS, FLS, and ALS conditions could be an additional advantage.
Job Scope: Analyze current state of trains considering maintenances, ambient temperature, capacity restrictions, etc. to determine the required amount of inlet gasForecast gas supply needed for daily, weekly, and monthly facility operationCommunicate with Gas Supply to keep informed about any changes to inlet gas requirementsAssist in the Development of the Chemical & Refrigerant Monitoring Program including monitoring and forecasting tools and utilize during operationAnnual budget forecast for chemicals and consumablesMonitor storage refrigerant levels of propane and ethyleneTrack usage to forecast deliveries of refrigerantsPlan delivery schedule and strategy for train start up with operations and refrigerant vendor Assist in the development of the Production Forecasting modelsUtilize by updating production forecast models for budgetProvide Forecast daily, weekly, monthly, yearly LNG and condensate production using multiple scenariosWork with operations, engineering, marine, and commercial to maintain or adjust shipping schedule to ensure cargo volumes are met and inventory levels do not exceed storage capacityParticipate in daily strategy planning with Production Management and work to overcome the limitations and deficiencies to assure targets are metDevelop, measure and generate reports against Production KPIsWork with Commercial Operations and Marine Operations to add ships to the respective Departments weekly work scheduleManage changes to the work schedules applying flexibility for delays due to shipping traffic, weather, and any other un-foreseen condition that should arise Key attributes for the candidate: MS Excel advance levelGood communication and team workExperience in the oil and gas industry or similar (engineering background is a must), better if Chemical/Mechanical or Industrial Engineer
- Salary£43.9k - 52.7k per year
Education Required: Master of science or above in a relevant field of engineering (ocean engineering, naval architecture, mechanical engineering, civil/structural engineering, material science, etc.)Position start: ASAPAbout Principle PowerPrinciple Power is a leading global technology and services provider for the floating offshore wind energy market. The WindFloat®, the company's globally and proven floating platform technology, enables offshore wind turbines to be sited in any water depth or seabed condition, unlocking offshore wind potential worldwide and allowing projects to harvest the best wind resources. Principle Power acts as a trusted partner to developers, independent power producers, utilities, and EPCs, supporting its customers throughout the entire lifecycle of their projects. With 105 MW of cumulative capacity in operation or under advanced development and a multi-GW commercial pipeline globally, Principle Power is the market leader in floating offshore wind technology.General DescriptionIn the context of our multiple worldwide projects on the next generation of WindFloat® platforms, we would like to reinforce our Engineering team with a Senior Global Performance Engineer/Naval Architect. Principle Power is focused on the commercial-scale deployment of floating wind farms. The successful candidate will work on the engineering and design of the next generation of offshore floating wind turbines.The Senior Engineer is capable to carry out the engineering work with minimum guidance to share the Global Performance Group responsibilities. This position reports to the Global Performance Discipline Manager.Group DescriptionThe Global Performance Group splits its focus between the execution of engineering activities in support of current commercial projects and the execution of R&D studies to optimize the performance and ultimately reduce the cost of the WindFloat technology for future projects.MAIN ACCOUNTABILITIESGroup Responsibilities Hull global sizing based on project specific conditions (Metocean data, site/project specifics including facilities, wind turbine selected).Stability analysis for pre-service and in-service conditionsGlobal performance analysis including Design Load Case philosophy, motion analysis, airgap analysis and load calculations.Active ballast system specification and modellingInternal engineering interface with Structures, Marine Systems, Mooring/Cables and InstallationInternal interface with Project Management, Business Development, TechnologyExternal interface with wind turbine manufacturers, Classification Societies, and ClientsLoad-out and commissioning technical support during execution. Position Main Accountabilities Perform, support and/or manage Group work product delivery and ensure quality work products on commercial engineering studies and projects.Develop engineering competencies across many of the critical areas of the Group's responsibility.Support the definition, development, review and approval of design methodologies, numerical models, and design procedures/processes.Support the selection of internal or external design tools/softwareSupport discipline development and improvement initiatives, including through the management of other Engineers of the Group.Guide, train, mentor and/or develop Graduate Engineers of the Group across all technical disciplines of the Group.Facilitate Group's internal and external technical communications and interfaces. Skills & Competencies Master of science or above in a relevant field of engineering (ocean engineering, naval architecture, mechanical engineering, civil/structural engineering, material science, etc.);Proven technical skills in the field of hydrodynamics and aerodynamics. Knowledge of structure dynamics and/or mooring systems is an advantageComprehensive experience in performing aerodynamic and hydrodynamic analysis, design and engineering deliverables;Minimum five (5) years of professional experience in the design of floating offshore structures for pre-FEED/FEED/Detailed design. Design of floating wind platforms would be an advantage;Minimum three (3) years of professional experience working with hydrodynamics and aerodynamics tools such as Rhino, Orca3D, WAMIT, OrcaFlex and openFAST or equivalent software.Proficiency in the programing languages (Python or Matlab)Strong technical skills (numerical modeling and data analysis)Strong communicator (written and oral), especially for technical topics.Systematic and detail-oriented;Ability to deliver high-quality outputs under pressure;Proactive and self-motivated; Other requirements Proficient with Written and Spoken EnglishProficient with Technical Written and Spoken English and in producing all technical documents and/or reportsAuthorized to work in the location you apply to
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Job descriptionOur client is a manufacturer of specialty chemical manufacturing company with materials used in multiple different industries. They currently seek an Production Manager for their plant in Baytown Texas. The ideal candidate should enjoy being out in the plant and getting involved in the technical aspects of the process like assisting with troubleshooting when needed. This person should be a strong leader that enjoys developing their team and mentoring young engineers. As an Production Manager job duties include, but are not limited to, the following:• Plan, organize & direct the Manufacturing department• Work with team leaders to develop/implement plans to efficiently use materials, labor & equipment to meet production targets• Organize/facilitate as needed production shutdown/start-up for maintenance purposes• Achieve project or dept. objectives within agreed time, cost, & quality parameters• Identify/resolve safety concerns or issues, including accident/incident reporting, investigation & resolution As an Production Manager job requirements consist of, but are not limited to, the following:• BS in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or other relevant science degree• 10+ years of experience in a manufacturing environment, chemicals, rubbers or plastics preferred• Must have supervision/leadership experience• Must have experience in a PSM environment• Experience improving plant operations
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Post: Cyber Security Analyst (CSA)Reports to: IT ManagerResponsible for: No direct reportsLocation: IUK London office + working remotely as required, with travel as required for performance of the roleKey Relationships/Interfaces:External entities: Working with Ofgem to ensure compliance and National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). Sit on the E3CC steering group for Cyber in the energy industry. Sit on the Cyber Advisory Group (CAG) for shareholder updates.Internal entities: Working closely with the Operations teams in IBT / IZT. Working with Engineering team on new projects.Financial Accountability:Not a budget holderPurpose:The Cyber Analyst (CA), will work closely with the IT Manager and the Engineering Department. The role will be responsible for supporting the IT Manager in implementing Cyber security guidelines laid out by Ofgem as part of the NCSC's CAF framework. This will be done via a roadmap of improvements to ensure Interconnector are compliant with current legislation for Operators of Essential Services (OES).Working with third parties to ensure my clients OT environment is optimized and protected against the threat of Cyber events, looking at evolving threats and ways to mitigate or eradicate before they cause disruption to the core business.Working with the Engineering and Operations teams on new projects looking at these from an impact to cyber security and making recommendations to ensure new and evolving technologies meet the secure standards required.Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities:1. Work to deliver the Cyber roadmap. Help to devise / evolve the cyber roadmap alongside the IT Manager2. Act as the Deputy NIS Responsible Officer (DNRO). Working as one of the two named individuals with Interconnector with Ofgem / NCSC to implement any cyber policy or procedures.3. Act as deputy for the Cyber Advisory Group - a group that meets quarterly to update Shareholders on work undertaken and any actions identified / outstanding4. Work with Fluxys Cyber Teams for alignment and cross over from IT into OT5. Act as a Technical resource for new IT / OT projects to ensure security first mentality from a Cyber perspective.6. Prepare material for presentation at internal and external meetings (CAG, E3CC, Ofgem, internal Departmental meetings)7. Work with Third parties brought in to help deliver a more robust delivery mechanism of cyber - this includes third party outsourced Security Operations Centre (SOC)8. Maintain and develop effective working relationships with colleagues across the Group to leverage knowledge sharing, call upon a wider skills pool and participate in Group wide cyber activities9. Develop relationships and maintain contact with industry counterparts to gain understanding of developing industry and market trend
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RESPONSIBILITIES Manage and execute strategic sourcing strategies to support company's business needs and enhance the value chain of supply management.Identify and collaborate with potential strategic alliance or principle suppliers to support MMHE from early stage in bidding until the project execution.Manage and execute development of category/sub-category demand forecasts, supply market analysis and category management strategies.Manage and execute category management strategies and implementation to maximize the total life cycle value.Manage and execute procurement strategy for new bids by adopting appropriate sourcing methodology.Sourcing and propose costing for new bid proposal of materials, subcontracting and services to ensure submission on timely manner and meeting tender requirements.Analyse and identify buy-out bid proposal prior techno-com meeting with clientManage and execute quarterly Market Intelligence Report, and develop, review, and improve the planning tools that can facilitate proper market analysis of selected materials for better decision making in supply chain management.Prepare monthly Material Commodity Forecast Report, as well as monitor and analyse price movement of raw materials for future trending based on subscribed journals. REQUIREMENTS A recognized degree in Engineering, Science, Business Administration, Management or other professional related qualification.At least 5 years in Supply Chain Management experience preferable in oil and gas industry, shipyard or related marine industry.Sound knowledge in Oil & Gas and Marine technical and good understanding of competency requirements are added advantage.Having knowledge in ENI, TNI and HUC are added advanatge. Has handleld mechanical eqipments, projects and pacakages.
- Salary$30 per hour
Happy Monday!My name is Hannah and I am a recruiter at Spencer Ogden. I wanted to tell you about an opening with one of my sought after clients.I hope you are having a lovely day, I wanted to reach out after viewing your LinkedIn profile, you stood out to me.Your experience and skills align with what I am looking for. I have a maintenance Tech position open it is contract and we can further discuss pay.I want to get you in on this great opportunity I have available immediately, feel free to reach out to me whenever, so we can have a chat about the job and get to know each other! Please send me your updated resume and an ideal time to set up a conversation.Here is my information:email@example.com
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- LocationLos Angeles
The Project Cost Engineer will provide project cost control services to a broad portfolio of projects ranging from highly standardized / small scale to complex and unique facilities. You will also provide guidance and deliver project cost control plans to suit the project execution strategy and needs from both an internal and external aspect.Accountabilities: Motivated to help achieve an industry leading regional project cost control team capable of supporting internal /external customer projects including EPCs, both within the office and construction site.Use Client cost control IT systems and functional discipline work processes to provide reliable and consistent cost control and reporting to ensure that we can meet the project, regional/global project portfolio and business requirements.Collaborate with the Product Line and Project Execution team to develop and deliver competitive project estimates and budgets, including financing and hedging support, aligned to the execution scope and strategy during the bid phase through award and execution, ensuring the growth of businesses whilst consistently delivering on project commitments in terms of cost and schedule.Work on multiple projects concurrently. Responsibilities will include project set up, cost control, change management, monthly reporting, and project closeout.Develop and maintain Project Structure including Intercompany Contracts for engineering, procurement, manufacturing, construction, and commissioning to ensure credible cost control and reporting throughout the project execution phase. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Engineering, Management, Business Administration or similar is preferred.Minimum 5 years' project cost control experience.Sound knowledge, proven skills, and competencies in application of project cost control principles, methodologies and tools, supporting all phases of project execution, especially around Project Cost Control, Forecasting and Reporting, within a project-oriented EPC or Owner Organization. Must be able to deliver accurate cost information, reporting and guidance to management.Previous SAP and Ecosys direct experience strongly preferred, especially around SAP Project Systems module.Experience within an Oil & Gas, Chemical processing or related business and equivalent projects a further benefit.Global Project Cost Control experience. Proven skills and experience of cost control of projects on global basis, including performing foreign currency analysis, assessing currency risk exposures, advising Treasury of currency requirements and changes, supporting projects executed by multiple engineering offices, and understanding intercompany project ramifications. Understanding of a variety of project types, structures, and contract terms. This includes sale of gas (SOG), third party sale of equipment (SOE), joint ventures, capital, and cost sharing type arrangements.Occasional travel to support project / organizational needs.Scheduling experience would be a plus, but not required.Determined, adaptable and resilient. Able to achieve success under significant pressure, evolving requirements, and conflicting priorities.Culturally astute. Experience and ability to work with different cultures associated with multi-region project execution, and to therefore achieve success with a multi-cultural team. Experience of Customer and external stakeholder regional cultures, and ability to achieve success with those cultures.Ability to build relationships with project teams and support functions.
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One of Spencer Ogden's LNG clients is seeking a Process/Project Engineer to join them on a one year contract with the possibility of extension. The role will require candidates to be local or be willing to relocate to the Houston area.Minimum Qualifications A Bachelor's Degree in chemical engineering.8+ years working on EPC projects.US, Mexican or Canadian citizenship or a green card Responsibilities Experience reviewing regulators FERC and PHMSA documents and questiosns or experience on LNG projects.Participate in the review of P&ID's, PFD's and other design drawings.Participate in Process Hazard Analysis, HAZOPS or other formal hazard assessment groups.Assists in developing responses to regulatory agencies FERC and PHMSAProvide company supervision to the safe work of the EPC contractor and subcontractors. Details 1 year contract with the possibility of extensionRate: NegotiableLocation: Houston
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Key ResponsibilitiesThe key responsibilities include the following: Planning of outages on the main Combined Cycle Gas Turbine plant and Open Cycle Gas Turbine plant and other major items of plant.Development of contingency plans associated with the aboveReview of contracts, programmes, project and commercial documentation associated with outagesProgress and reporting on all planned and unplanned outagesEnsuring plans meet safety, environmental, technical, and commercial targetsCo-ordination of day-to-day maintenance planning activities.Managing site specific projects that have defined time or functional start and end criteria. These may include CAPEX projects, plant investigations, technical and commercial project assignments, audits etc.Manage and develop site based computerised maintenance management systems to suit business and plant needsDevelop and test site Business Continuity PlansCoordinate the preparation of monthly reports, business reviews and associated follow up actions.Develop procedures and plans in the above areas to support the stations ISO quality standards Knowledge, Skills and ExperienceEssential Experience in a power plant or similar process industry in a commercial environment is considered essential.It is expected that the incumbent would have good interpersonal skill and have the ability to manage and lead projects, coordinate activities, chair meetings, and manage unplanned changes.The incumbent would be expected to prepare reports to suit recipients at different levels of the organisation and make presentations as required. Desirable Working experience in the use, development and management of planning software and computerised maintenance management systems would be an advantage. QualificationsIt is desirable that the incumbent has 3rd level qualification in engineering or a related technical/science based subject.