- Bachelor of Science
- Bachelor's degree
- Mechanical engineering
- Professional Engineer
- Oil & gas
- ASME codes & standards
- Stress analysis
Are you seeking a Mechanical Engineer position with strong static equipment and/or rotating equipment knowledge? Eichleay has an immediate need for a Mechanical Engineer with oil & gas experience to join our team. This is a full-time position that can be based near any of our offices (Concord, CA, Westminster, CA, Ferndale, WA, or Billings, MT), or remotely within the Western United States. If you have a passion for working in a collaborative multi-discipline environment and supporting various projects this may be an excellent fit for you.
Move Forward with Eichleay
As the Mechanical Engineer on our team you will have an opportunity to be involved in the life-cycle of projects involving mechanical equipment. You will have proficiency in fixed equipment and/or rotating equipment with a good understanding of process piping. You must be able to perform design calculations, generate mechanical data sheets and requisition packages, review and evaluate vendor bids, and review vendor documentation to ensure the design meets all applicable codes and Client/Eichleay standards. Your success will require effective communication and coordination between all disciplines, the Project Manager, the Client, and the Vendors.
Be safety-minded in design as well as personal actions. Participate in the onsite safety program including completing job safety/hazard assessments and safety observations.
Perform independently on a project or lead a small team of mechanical engineers by tracking/delegating work scope, checking deliverables, preparing change notices and providing cost & schedule updates to Project Controls, Project Managers and the Client.
Prepare mechanical equipment descriptions, perform equipment sizing and prepare equipment data sheets.
Prepare mechanical equipment technical specifications and equipment RFQs to request budgetary pricing to support project work. Performs technical analysis of bids and reviews and approves vendor documentation.
Prepare equipment layouts for mechanical equipment (i.e. compressors, pumps, separators, filters, heat exchangers, pressure vessels, and storage tanks).
Preparation of design and rerate calculations for various mechanical equipment.
Assures all mechanical engineering designs meet applicable codes and standards including company standards, API (such as API 510, 610, 682, 650, and 660), ASME Codes as well as others used in static and rotating equipment mechanical design and development.
Familiar with ASME BPVC Section VIII with the ability to apply code to various project situations, new purchases, and rerate modifications.
Communicate with Client Reliability Engineers to trouble-shoot existing systems in the field, determine modifications to existing systems to change performance, and review project scopes.
Coordinates with clients, vendors and subcontractors as required including answering RFI’s
Contributes to the development of project cost estimates and material take offs.
Communicates and interfaces openly and frequently with Project Managers, discipline engineers and designers, and Client team members. Participates in weekly project reviews and client discussions to ensure client satisfaction.
Coordinates engineering activities with Procurement Lead assuring excellent communication and review of vendor documents and approval prior to final sign off and procurement of all mechanical equipment.
Promotes value engineering and technical review through periodic reviews of Mechanical project scope, piping designs, pipe stress analysis, process deliverables, structural designs, and Company standards.
Maintains strict compliance and technical support with Quality Assurance and Quality Control processes and procedures as well as EH&S.
BS in Mechanical Engineering with 10+ years of oil & gas/heavy industrial experience.
Proficient in Microsoft Office applications.
Experience performing fixed and rotating equipment sizing and preparing equipment data sheets and specifications.
Experience selecting fixed and rotating equipment (i.e. fin fans, compressors, pumps, pressure vessels, storage tanks and heat exchangers).
Trouble shooting skills
Ability to perform pressure vessel calculations to ASME BPVC Section VIII
Ability to perform pressure vessel rerates
Knowledge of corrosion mechanisms, bolting and flange design
Knowledge of ASME B31.1/B31.3, ASME BPVC, and API Industry Standards
Have a PE or able to obtain a PE in the state of California, Washington, or Montana.
Proficient in pipe stress analysis utilizing CAESAR II and NozzlePRO.
Familiarity with COMPRESS for ASME Code pressure vessel design.
Field experience as a Mechanical Engineer onsite a refinery.
Experience as a discipline lead.
For over 140 years, Eichleay companies have developed a wide range of project delivery expertise. This legacy continues today with Eichleay, Inc. which specializes in the design and construction of industrial process, manufacturing, life science, and high technology facilities.
Join a dynamic organization with insight fueled by experience, solutions powered by practicality, relationships built by listening and trust earned through results.
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.