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Mechanical Project Engineers

Posted by: Energy Services Group International, Inc. <> on December 17, 2017 at 00:04:01. Click here to reply to this post via Email.Click here for help with email link

Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
City: Kernersville, NC
State: North Carolina
Country: United States

Mechanical Project Engineers (2 vacancies)
Project: Production of spent fuel storage systems
Start: ASAP
Duration: Long term, possible multi-year extensions
Location: Kernersville, NC

Job Description Summary
The Project Engineer will be responsible for oversight of fabrication of pressure vessels and other equipment. This equipment will be used to transport and store spent nuclear fuel.

Responsible for on time delivery of products that meet all technical requirements and our customer’s expectations. Duties include:
• Resolution of issues that occur during fabrication. This includes evaluation of deviations to ensure that the deviation or repair meets all technical requirements for that product.
• Assist fabricators with developing techniques, tools, and processes to correct issues that have occurred.
• Interface with the customer to understand their requirements and resolve issues.
• Recommend improvements to new or existing designs from a fabrication.
• Assist fabricators develop tools and processes to fabricate our products using lessons learned from previous experience building that product or similar products.
• Prepare fabrication specifications as required for products to be fabricated.
Additional Responsibilities Include:
• Participation in Design Review meetings.
• Assist field operations resolve technical problems.
• Develop integration plans and test plans for new or existing equipment.
• Oversee the integration and testing of equipment.

• Bachelor’s degree required in Mechanical Engineering
• 1-5 years of experience working in a mechanical engineering role.
• Must have working knowledge of ASME Section III (or Section VIII).
• Knowledge of manufacturing processes including machining, welding, and forging.

Preferred experience:
• Experience with fabrication of large vessels and lifting devices.
• Working knowledge of ASME Y14.5, Dimensioning and Tolerancing.
• Experience working at a Nuclear Power plant (either as a direct employee or a contractor performing repairs and maintenance).
• Working knowledge of NDE practices per ASME Section V
• Working knowledge of welding requirements of ASME Section IX


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