Senior Pipeline Engineer
Location: Greater London
Job Type: Full time
One of the largest employee-owned companies in the world, Mott MacDonald is a multisector consultancy providing engineering, management, and development services on projects in 150 countries. With over 16,000 of the best people working on a diverse range of challenges, we're helping our clients deliver sustainable infrastructure and development solutions. We have a collegiate and collaborative culture which values equality and diversity, and we take proactive steps to create an inclusive workplace. Together, we are opening opportunities with connected thinking. If this sounds like somewhere you'd like to work, click apply to continue with your application.
Our Energy unit are currently recruiting a Senior Pipeline Engineer to join us. You'll provide technical and professional expertise as part of an enthusiastic project Mechanical team. You'll design engineering solutions for mechanical engineering projects and act as Design Co-ordinator within a multi-disciplinary team made up of Mechanical, Civil, Control & Instrumentation and Electrical Engineers in the field of petrochemical pipework/pipeline design (mainly Natural Gas) on a by-project basis.
As Senior Pipeline Engineer, you will undertake and manage the day-to-day operations in respect to the following key areas:
Operate as a design co-ordinator leading/managing a team of multi-disciplinary engineers working closely with Project Managers and discipline Team Leaders.
Take the lead technical role in assigned projects, organising their prompt delivery by planning and monitoring your work and the work of other Engineers and CAD Designers working with you.
Preparation of detailed design reports/specifications/component datasheets.
Approval of engineering reports, calculations drawings etc.
Instructing mechanical designers on issues such as plant layout and component specifications.
Liaison with other engineering disciplines.
Liaison with clients and contractors.
Lead and attend design co-ordination meetings (internally and externally).
Project documentation control.
You will also work closely with and provide professional advice on Mechanical Engineering matters to both internal and external client while undertaking your own continuing professional development. You will be operating in accordance with the corporate health and safety, environment and quality standards. This role may require travel in the UK and/or abroad to offices and/or sites.
The ideal candidate will have:
A degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Chartered Engineer Status preferred/Working towards Chartered Engineer Status.
Proven track record of providing engineering design and consultancy services to the petrochemical industry.
Either registered on National Grid database of Approvers and Appraisers or able to demonstrate during the interview / recruitment process, ability to meet criteria for registration within a reasonable timescale. This will require extensive knowledge of relevant codes, standards, and legislation, and demonstrable relevant experience working on UK gas related projects.
Fluent written and verbal English.
Competent with MS Office suite of programs.
Ability to work on own initiative on technical and business matters and manage their own time.