Design Engineer - West Yorkshire - £40,000

£34000 - £40000 per annum + Benefits
18 Feb 2013
18 Mar 2013
Mudiwa Mtungi
Contract Type
Full Time

Mechanical Design Engineer - West Yorkshire - £40,000 - Permanent

A renowned market leader in the mechanical manufacturing sector and within mainly oil and gas, petrochemical and energy. As a result of continued success and an on-going planned programme of strategic growth, an opportunity has arisen within their Engineering Division for a Mechanical CAD/Design Engineer to join the company on a full time basis.

You will be pro-active member of the Mechanical Design team responsible for CAD/Engineering Pressure Vessel & storage Tank fabrications.

Key duties & responsibilities:

  • Compliance with customer-specified technical & commercial requirements
  • Development, production & approval of manufacturing drawings, BOM, requisitions and manufacturing process instructions.
  • Effective communication with customer, third party and internal personnel.

Candidate Profile:

  • Knowledge of various technical & material specifications
  • Knowledge of manufacturing processes/techniques and best practice
  • Knowledge of site surveying and associated contractual obligations

Essential Skills:

  • Ability to read and interpret engineering drawings and detailed customer specifications.
  • User knowledge & design experience of 2D AutoCad and 3D CAD
  • Knowledge of Pressure Vessel steel fabrication, pipework networks, materials & coatings.
  • Able to communicate clearly and precisely. Understands the principles of engineering, cost-effectiveness, lean manufacturing, niche markets and product development.
  • Understands basic mechanical engineering calculations and principles

Desirable Skills:

  • Working knowledge of integrated manufacturing software (BOM, planning & scheduling)
  • Working knowledge of Pressure Vessel Design Calculations

For consideration, please send your up to date CV to Mudiwa Mtungi at Huxley Associates.

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