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Chief Mechancial Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Stockport
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 24/06/2013
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The Company:
Our client is a major global Oil and Gas EPC management company that can cover small Brownfield projects to major Greenfield projects.
They are a growth company who can serve as a Sole Supplier, Joint Venture or Subcontractor. With a proven track record of delivering large scale complex projects they are a progressive and attractive company.

The Role:
I am currently recruiting for a Chief Mechanical Engineer to join this well renowned EPC Company based in their offices in the North West of England. The company are looking to strengthen their Mechanical Engineering Division with the addition of a Chief Mechanical Engineer

As the Chief Mechanical Engineer, you will be responsible for the following:

• Ensure all technical and engineering requirements are met in time with budget and specification requirements
• Undertake work for FEED and detail design stages of the project
• Take a lead role in debottlenecking, upgrade and brownfield projects
• Knowledge of relevant design software
• Manage the Mechanical team

In order to fulfil the Chief Mechanical Engineer duties you will have the following:

• Degree or relevant industrial experience in Mechanical Engineering
• Knowledge of 3D and 2D design software
• Experience of Mechanical engineering with oil and gas, petrochemical or chemical process plants
• Experience working on EPC projects
• Supervisory or management experience

The successful candidate can expect a generous salary and the opportunity to join and develop within a market leading business in the Oil and Gas industry.
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