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From oil fields and pipelines to refineries, power stations and manufacturing plants, we are helping businesses around the world to improve the safety, reliability and performance of their assets as they tackle some of the largest and most
complex challenges in the commercial world.
With a global network of Lloydâ€™s Register specialists in
238 locations, we are uniquely placed to advise at any stage of the supply chain and throughout an assetâ€™s life cycle.
This range of expertise, together with our independent
status, integrity and expert asset knowledge, has won us the trust of leading businesses from across the energy sector. Job Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Engineering Manager in Aberdeen you will be expected to carry out:
â€¢Structural lead on major offshore projects
â€¢Design reviews to ensure compliance with relevant Regulations
â€¢Independent analysis of offshore and subsea structures (ofshore jackets and topsides)
â€¢Maintain good communications with clients and designers
â€¢Prepare bids in response to tenders. Job Requirements:
You will be a Chartered Engineer holding a good degree in Structural or Civil Engineering and have substantial experience covering offshore and subsea jacket and topside analysis, design and fabrication. Prior direct experience of design appraisal in both the subsea and offshore oil and gas sector. A higher level of relevant academic qualification would be an advantage. Specifically, you will need to have acquired an in-depth understanding of design codes (e.g. AISC, API-RP2A and ISO 19902) and their development; project management and coordination capabilities; have experience in jacket analysis linear and non-linear software (SACS and USFOS preferred) and have experience in topsides analysis linear software (STAAD PRO preferred). Topsides experience in fire, blast & dropped objects design is also required.
You will also need good communication skills, including technical report writing; the ability to work to tight deadlines and adaptability. There may also be a requirement to work in client or designersâ€™ offices for temporary periods.