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Pressure Systems Engineer

DATS Recruitment Ltd
Closing date
18 Jan 2022

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Contract Type
Full Time
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We're looking for a Pressure Systems Engineer to join a well-established technical team operating within the Chemical sector at one of their offices in Hull, London or Manchester. The role could be based out of any of these office as a home base and will require some level of travel between these locations and other UK sites.
What does the job involve?
* This role will involve travel across UK sites.
* Review/audit existing plant pressure system records & documents and update as required.
* Review plant P&IDs against pressurised equipment and system safety devices. Update the register of pressure equipment (vessels, piping systems and relief devices) for the plant.
* Revise and/or specify inspection operating windows or safe operating limits for the pressure equipment and piping systems.
* Review actions from previous audits and ensure that all issues highlighted have been resolved.
* Revise the written scheme of examination in alignment with equipment's current condition, to be accomplished using maintenance/inspection reports and site visits.
* Ensure that the WSE inspection requirements are captured and created in the maintenance management software (i.e. SAP).
* Resolve any gaps in pressure system records and fully document the justification.
* Ensure all corrective actions from previous inspections are planned or completed.
What skills and experience do you need?
The Pressure Systems Technical Engineer should be a self-starter and have experience of working with technical records for pipework and vessels in a process, power generation or chemical industry environment.
* Chartered Engineer with an accredited engineering institute, or equivalent.
* A good working knowledge of the UK Pressure Systems Safety Regulation (PSSR) and the European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED).
* Experience in working with a maintenance management software (e.g. SAP) and a mechanical integrity management software (e.g. Credo).
* The ability and confidence to work with limited information to determine the appropriate course of action.
* A driving licence and be willing to travel to the operating sites.
Advantageous skills
* An understanding of ASME and European codes for design, inspection, and repair. API codes is advantageous.
* Experience of writing/approving written schemes of examination would be an advantage.
What are the pay and benefits?
18 month assignment, Inside IR35
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