Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Direct Hire
City: Idaho Falls
Country: United States
Zip or Postal Code: 83401
Apply science, technology, and engineering knowledge to design, analyze, and model new or changes to existing structures, systems and components through preparation of drawings, specifications, and other design documents. Prepare design reports and calculations to support design concepts. Design phases include conceptual through detailed final design. Evaluate field problems and prepare design change documentation when necessary. Integrate safety into all aspects of the engineering designs. Be totally committed to safety in the workplace, for yourself and for others. Support the Fluor Idaho One Safety program goals for maintaining a safety conscious work environment including active participation in Fluor safety programs and activities. Maintain a working knowledge of the Federal and state Orders and Regulations, National Consensus Codes and Standards, and quality assurance, environmental, safety and security requirements. Comply with all safety, health, environmental, security, work control, and performance requirements.
Minimum Qualification Requirements (Education/Experience):
BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering with 5 to 15 years experience in mechanical systems, and equipment design and construction (including HVAC systems design and sizing, industrial ventilation systems, pumps, and piping systems) including preparation of conceptual and construction/fabrication drawings, specifications, reports, studies, and calculations. Experience and proficiency with 3D modeling software (Inventor or Solidworks), MS Office software, MathCad, and Adobe Pro will be helpful.
Licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Idaho is preferred or able to obtain the required license within 6 months.
Environmental, Safety, and Health Statement:
Must be familiar with, and comply with, all relevant health and safety requirements. Must be knowledgeable of emergency action policies and procedures, methods for reporting/resolving unsafe work practices or conditions to available cognizant professionals. Knows and complies with environmental, safety, health and pollution prevention regulations, policies, and procedures for this position. Ensures own safety and safety of coworkers. Reports unsafe work conditions to immediate manager. Ensures that the five core functions of the Integrated Safety Management System (ISMS) are understood and applied when performing job duties. Ensures that operational excellence is achieved through appropriate implementation of conduct of operations.
Define Requirements and Develop Design Concepts:
Communicate with customer to understand customerís requirements and identify customerís design goals.
Identify interfaces to other system components.
Identify applicable codes, standards, regulations, and procedures.
Concur with technical and functional requirements (TFRs, FCFs, FDCs, SDDs) provided by the Design Authority.
Evaluate hazards and safety requirements
Determine environmental and pollution prevention checklist requirements.
Determine other ESH&QA (e.g. ALARA, Life Safety, Fire Protection, &IH) requirements.
Understand and research existing systems.
Research vendor literature.
Identify whether and what type of design activities are needed.
Valuate new technologies and equipment.
Identify research, studies and testing required to proceed with the design.
Prepare design options and concepts.
Develop Design Work Package:
Negotiate engineering design schedules, determine engineering tools to use in areas of expertise.
Complete and Document Detailed Design:
Incorporate safety into all aspects of the design.
Develop design alternatives.
Confirm compliance to applicable codes and standards.
Perform and document design analyses
Develop and use mathematical models.
Propose and develop prototype systems, (if needed).
Confirm design complies with requirements.
Prepare and issue construction/fabrication drawings.
Develop and issue construction specifications.
Develop materials and parts lists.
Develop engineering design files (EDFs).
Develop system design descriptions (SDDs).
Develop acceptance criteria.
Participate in the design review process.
Utilize alternate mathematical models.
Support troubleshooting on final installation.
Support acceptance testing at project startup.
Construction and Project Closeout:
Support procurement of materials, equipment, and services.
Support development of work orders.
Support construction, installation and start-up efforts.
Support operational and maintenance procedure development and training.
Update (as-build) documentation.
Support readiness reviews.
Training and Safety Qualifications:
Maintain training qualifications current.
Review and support all company policies.
Participate in employee and company safety culture activities and programs.
Support and promote a safety conscious work environment .
Position is fulltime in Idaho Falls, Idaho and start date is TBD through 09/30/2019.
Shifts will be 40 hours per week.
Job Type: Full-time
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