We are looking to hire Pipeline Designers (Oil & Gas Co.) in Sharjah, UAE.
Conceptual, Front End Engineering Design, Detailed Design & Engineering of Subsea Pipelines, Risers, Tie-in Spools etc.
Pipeline route selection studies and preparation of Pipeline Field Layouts/Maps, Alignment sheets, platform approaches, shore approaches, Crossing details, Pipeline details and MTOs for pipeline projects.
Preparation of engineering documents such as Design Basis, Material Specifications, Datasheets & MRs for all kind of pipeline components and Technical Reports.
Preparation of specifications for Cathodic Protection, Fabrication, Installation, Hydrotest, Pre-commissioning & Commissioning of Subsea pipelines.
Experience with Materials such as Carbon Steel & GRE/ GRP with different types of internal linings / coatings.
Review of Engineering submissions from EPC Contractors, sub-contractors, Vendors.
Attend design review meetings, Engineering Interface meetings etc. with Clients/ Contractors, as required.
Supervise and guide designers in preparation of Pipeline related drawings.
Effective communication of study results to clients, either through verbal presentation or written reports.
A committed team player able to work on own initiative with minimum supervision.
Bachelor Degree in Mechanical/ Civil Engineering or equivalent
Minimum 5 years relevant experience in design and analyses of Subsea Pipelines in Oil & Gas industry.
Experience in industry accepted Design/Analysis software packages for Subsea Pipeline Design.
Conversant with applicable DNV, ASME, BS, API and other relevant International Codes/Standards for subsea pipeline design and engineering.
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