Engineer – Mechanical Component
As an Engineer-Mechanical Component, you’ll be responsible to design & develop control valve products, solutions and systems. It also includes activities linked to technical improvement of existing products and components. You are required to have a mastery of a body of theoretical knowledge.
As an Engineer – Mechanical Component, you will be responsible for:
Executing the design, analysis, or evaluation of assigned projects using sound engineering principles and standards.
Learning and executing configuration of Control Valves based on customer requirements and also designing valve components.
Having good understanding and experience on Control Valves (Globe /Angle /Rotary) & exposure to valve sizing, selection(applications,MOC,NDTs,)
Developing /configuring valves /actuator designs and lead the design reviews and Act as bridge between site team and CTH community in terms of defining, documenting review requirements & outcomes.
Reviewing and help defining the material and quality requirements for the control valve components based on applications and customer requirements.
Enabling the use of design tools (like 2D / 3D CAD (SolidWorks / ProE / UG), Excel, and in-house design calculations
Improving the productivity using design automation and participating in cost-out on products, VCP in transactions / processes.
Preparing and presenting technical data to internal and external customers and becoming the face of the Requisition Engineering Team in the customer / supplier discussions to communicate the team objectives and requirements.
Engaging with teams assigned to address specific organizational initiatives. Identify, Own and Enable such initiatives which are in line with business objectives.
To be successful in this role you will:
Have a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university or college.
Have a minimum 4 yrs of experience in an Engineering Design / Analysis /Scientific / Technical Position.
Have at least 2 yrs of Control Valve Design Expertise.
Demonstrate effective communication, interpersonal and leadership skills with the ability to influence others and lead small teams.
Have knowledge of control valve instrumentation including pneumatic / hydraulic actuator for valves and associated accessories.