5202 W Channel Rd
Job Category: Engineering & Manufacturing
Job Number: 5511
The Mechanical Design Engineer designs air-cooled heat exchangers per customer specification and American Society of Mechanical Engineering codes by performing the following duties:
- Prepare design calculations and customer drawings for the above scope of work. This includes running American Society of Mechanical Engineering Code calculations for box headers, creating the tube layout, generating detailed box header drawings, designing the fan drive, generating bundle and plan & elevation drawings, and generating weld inspection maps.
- Communicate with sales, customer, shop and detail drafters.
- Regular attendance, ability to arrive at work punctually, ability to work on– site, ability to work overtime.
- Ability to work cooperatively with others, ability to deal respectfully with the public, customers, vendors, other employees, managers, and executive management.
- Ability to perform multiple tasks concurrently, ability to work in a fast-paced environment, ability to interchange with others in the department.
Education & Experience
- Bachelor of Science degree (B.S.) in Mechanical Engineering (or related field) from four-year college or university and a minimum of 4 years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Good drafting skills.
- Computer skills must include Windows, AutoCAD, 3D modeling, MathCAD, Excel and Word.
- Willing and able to learn CALQLYS (internal air cooler design software).
- Working knowledge of American Society of Mechanical Engineering Code (Section VIII, Division 1), American Petroleum Institute 661 and American Institute of Steel Construction.
- General knowledge of welded steel fabrication practices.
- Ability to apply advanced mathematical concepts such as exponents, logarithms, quadratic equations, and permutations. Ability to apply mathematical operations to such tasks as frequency distribution, determination of test reliability and validity, analysis of variance, correlation techniques, sampling theory, and factor analysis.