US-OH-Cincinnati | US-TX-Austin | US-OH-Columbus | US-OH-Toledo | US-MI-Midland
SSOE is looking for a Mid to Senior level Mechanical Engineer who would like to be part of our team. The position will support local clients, but also with expectation to virtually support project teams in other locations as well. This individual will work on projects from inception through construction developing process utility PFD's, P&ID's, specifications and equipment selection in the early phases followed by the assembly of bid / construction packages and providing support through construction. Project types will vary from established to leading edge process clients.
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When you work at SSOE, you work with the best and you're a part of something bigger than yourself. And providing the best possible workplace for our employees gives us a competitive advantage-helping us attract and retain top talent and drive better business results.
A Typical Day Might Include:
Mechanical process engineer should have industrial and power piping and equipment experience, either design or maintenance. Candidate will be responsible for design and construction deliverables for projects on industrial chemical and power utility, including boilers. This position also requires a working knowledge of pipe stress analysis, along with field experience on project installation or implementation being a plus.
Leading engineering studies, write reports, develop and complete engineering calculations.
Industrial HVAC experience
Prepare designs for plant installations, coordinate with design/drafting staff, and prepare equipment and construction specifications. Specifications will include major items of rotating equipment such as boilers, compressors, turbines, and pumps. Other equipment will include pressure vessels, heat exchangers, and other manufacturing equipment.
Work as team leader to complete designs, including working w/ PFDs and P&IDs.
Coordinate with multi-discipline engineering and design teams to complete necessary project tasks.
Lead the preparation of bid packages and equipment purchasing.
Deliver quality service on schedule and within budget in a team environment collaborating with colleagues and clients.
Represents the firm in meetings and conferences to resolve important questions and to plan and coordinate a project.
Plans, develops, coordinates, and directs a medium to large engineering project or a number of smaller complex projects with overall responsibility for budget adherence, schedule adherence, quality control, and inter-discipline coordination.
Responsible for acceptance or rejection of major items involving materials, equipment, manufacturer's quality, and field construction.
Defines project scope of work and organizes into manageable tasks.
Maintains continuing professional education in discipline.
Takes part in client contact and business development activities.
Meets with client to define project scope, present project progress, and assure client satisfaction.
Perform field work to support the above responsibilities.
Qualifications You'll Need on Day One:
Bachelor Degree in Engineering, which qualifies for licensure in the state of practice, is required.
PE, or PE-tracked preferred, 10+ years of related practical experience.
Experience in Chemical Processing and knowledge of specific materials, size, and pumps.
Experience with Pipeflow or CHEMCAD is a plus.
Salary Range: $90,000-$120,000/year depending on location, education, experience, and any certifications that are directly related to the position.
Benefits include health, dental and vision insurance, life insurance, 401K, PTO & paid holidays.