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Lead Piping Engineer

  • Job type: Contract
  • Sector: Energy, Mining
  • Discipline: Piping Engineering
  • Location: Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2020-41342_1587997431

Job Description

Primat recruitment is seeking a Lead Piping Engineer to join a large international team in Stockton-On-Tees. Our client is expanding its minerals business internationally. The company provides engineering and construction services to the minerals industry, specifically focusing on continental & eastern Europe, Scandinavia, Africa and Russia.

The requirement to undertake a Lead Piping Engineer role to coordinate the design of the 3D Basic Design, 3D Detailed Design, 2D Isometric Design, Pipe Stressing Requirements and the development of piping documentation including Line list, Schedules, Specifications and preparation of PED Technical Files. Preparation of the technical files will include liaison with 3rd Party assessors.

There will be requirement to undertake full participation in 3D Model reviews including clash checking of pipework design.

The coordination of the piping design may include coordination with piping designers in India (Kolkata). This may include periodic visits to India as required.

Duties will include but not be limited to:

  • Lead functional input to own projects, including where relevant leading the input of other (possibly multidisciplinary) engineers and subcontractors, to ensure engineering delivery meets scope, time, cost and quality
  • Ensure that work complies with all necessary corporate, departmental and legislative requirements and procedures, to guarantee that the necessary consistency and quality of delivery is maintained.
  • Generate and check engineering estimates and execution strategies to provide optimal solutions and eliminate errors
  • Required to specify and technically select equipment for procurement satisfying project requirements.
  • Manage suppliers to ensure cost effective, timely delivery
  • Proactively generate value adding options within projects to offer to clients to improve both the chance of winning work and satisfaction with completed and ongoing work

Essential:

A degree in mechanical or mineral engineering required. Experience in the coordination and piping design and associated layout of mineral processing plants from run of mine ore receipt to final product.

Understanding and knowledge of various types of piping materials is essential A working knowledge of the following mineral processing stages would be advantageous:

  • Crushing/Screening
  • Stockpiling
  • Material Handling
  • Product Storage Handling
  • Good knowledge of MS Office software

Desirable:

  • Comminution

Relevant engineering experience with typically at least 10 to 15 years of experience in the design of mineral processing, materials handling or hydrometallurgical ore processing facilities, preferably in uranium, gold, base metals, potash or iron ore processing.

This could include time in an engineering organisation or in an operations environment. Relevant site-based experience advantageous. A broad based experience within various technology environments would also be advantageous.

Applicant must be capable of delivering project scope of work safely, against programme, within budget and to required quality.

Excellent analytical, interpersonal and communication skills essential.

A working knowledge of both 2D AutoCAD and 3D Modelling, in particular SmartPlant 3D.

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