Piping and Mechanical Engineer, Esbjerg.The Role
Within our Engineering and Consulting (E&C) UK & Europe business, the Esbjerg operation is an important part of the link into the Danish offshore sector and clients, and an important part of growth and diversification plans within mainland Europe. The team is currently a multi-discipline team supporting mainly Oil & Gas clients in engineering consultancy and modifications & upgrades, but with intent to grow into other Energy sectors, especially Offshore Wind. The Esbjerg operation also acts as a conduit for specialist work that is carried out by other parts of the Energy business, and draws in resources from this wider business to execute work locally.
As we make progress with our Energy mission to make a difference by improving lives through safer, cleaner, smarter energy we are seeking a Piping and Mechanical Engineer to bring enthusiasm and experience to our existing piping/mechanical team. The role will add to and develop with the team in terms of technical skills, capabilities and project delivery.
Within this role, you will also have a focus on delivery technical piping and mechanical engineering work, including piping / mechanical design and pipe stress analysis. As part of the team there will be opportunity to assist with winning work, engaging with clients and developing relationships. Our multidisciplinary team carries out many projects that involve interaction across disciplines and there are great opportunities to interact with the rest of the E&C business in the UK and across the globe.
Skills and Experience
- A degree in mechanical engineering or similar qualification
- Relevant work experience in the Oil & Gas Industry
- Piping Engineering knowledge and familiarity with relevant Codes, procedures and standards
- Ability to develop detailed piping design from P&IDs and Equipment GA
- An understanding of Caesar II Pipe Stress Analysis is preferred
- Experience with creating 3D piping and mechanical models
- Good standard of verbal and written English
- A strong team player
About usThis is an exciting time for Atkins, our recent acquisition by SNC-Lavalin means that we are diversifying our portfolio to become a more global organisation. This promises to offer unprecedented career opportunities to our staff whilst we continue to grow our existing business units. For both Atkins and SNC-Lavalin, we continue to invest in people. Without the technical excellence of some 45,000 staff we would not be one of the world’s leading engineering and design consultancies. Our philosophy is to help our people navigate a career path which enables them to achieve their ambitions. We offer flexible, rewarding work packages tailored towards career progression, which are founded on the principles of growth, ambition and excellence.
Our Engineering and Consultancy business is delivering engineering, design and consultancy solutions to the oil and gas and Offshore Wind sectors all over the world. Merging original thinking with our experience from 60 years in the energy industry, we help transform the potential of existing infrastructure as well as new resource sand technology. We listen and lead across boundaries, bringing lessons learned from one industry or discipline to another to help realise our client’s vision. We deliver what we say we will, building relationships based on trust and integrity: there when we’re needed, fast; committed for the long term; adapting to changes and leaning into challenges.
People join us because they share a desire to be at the forefront of the energy sector and deliver outstanding projects. We empower our people to be the professional individuals they want to be, working on projects they feel proud of, making a different to the world they live in and the legacy they leave behind.
This role may require security clearance and offers of employment will be dependent on obtaining the relevant level of clearance. If this is necessary it will be discussed with you at interview.
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