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Johnson Service Group (JSG) is recruiting a Sr. Plant Design Stress Engineer (NASA) for a 6-month contract assignment with Bechtel National supporting the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, FL. This position offers a W2 hourly pay rate with time and a half for overtime. Per Diem offered when applicable.
The ML2 project is the design and construction of a launch platform for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The purpose of ML2, located at Kennedy Space Center (KSC), is to provide a launch platform for the Space Launch System (SLS), an advanced launch vehicle that will fill Americas need for deep space missions. ML2 includes many different subsystems that must operate and fit within the constraints of the structure and provide a physical interface with KSC launch sites ground systems.
Essential duties include performing pipe stress analysis of systems in accordance with ASME B31.3 Code using AutoPIPE. The stress work includes the modeling of the piping systems to verify piping flexibility, stability, and qualification of equipment nozzle loads and will work closely with layout personnel and pipe support engineers to deliver a quality and cost-effective design. Coordinate with other engineering disciplines and vendors as required.
Eligibility for this position requires US citizenship; successful candidate must provide proof of US citizenship to obtain badge access to the site. Candidate must complete security questionnaire and successfully clear site access requirements check. All employees are subject and agree to random drug and alcohol testing as a condition of employment. Must be able to obtain a security clearance, as applicable.
Essential duties include performing pipe stress analysis of systems in accordance with ASME B31.3 Code using AutoPIPE. The stress work includes the modeling of the piping systems to verify piping flexibility, stability, and qualification of equipment nozzle loads. Will work closely with layout personnel and pipe support engineers to deliver a quality and cost-effective design. Coordinate with other engineering disciplines and vendors as required.
Responsibilities (include but not limited to):
Performing pipe stress analysis/stress review of systems in accordance with DoD UFC standards & ASME B31.3 or applicable Code where required.
Application of typical pipe supports and/or review/approval of layouts/isometrics as required.
The stress work includes the modeling of the piping systems to verify piping flexibility, stability, and qualification of equipment nozzle loads.
Candidate should possess a knowledge of OSHA, NFPA and piping codes.
Knowledge & application of DoD standards, IBC, ASME B31.3 for piping, plumbing codes.
Software applications to be used are AutoPIPE for pipe stress analysis.
Plans and conducts independent work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application, and adaptation of design on a project.
Layout & design of piping & equipment and piping isometrics.
Review of sub-contractors facility layouts & designs.
Supports development of work plans and schedules for the assigned work including estimate of material quantities, design deliverables and staffing needs to meet the project milestones
Requires a broad knowledge of design and drafting techniques, engineering drawings, drawing checking, 2-D and 3-D CAD, reading of drawings and reproduction methods used by the discipline.
Coordination of 3D model activities, i.e., input, interference reconciliation, etc. with other physical related disciplines.
Assists with plans and schedules and prepare/maintain design procedures, standards to provide quality design documents.
Interface with stress analysts, support designers, Start-up, and operations during the preparation of piping designs for the purpose of model/space control, etc.
Perform coordination review of specifications and other documents prepared by others. Maintain up-to-date skills in computer applications to design work and ensure that maximum use is made thereof.
Level One - BS degree in Engineering from an accredited college or university and 6 years of related experience.
Level Two - BS degree in Engineering from an accredited college or university and 9 years of related experience.
Level One: AA/AS degree with 11 years of related design experience or 13 years related design experience
Level Two: AA/AS degree with 15 years of related design experience or 17 years related design experience
Must be a US Citizen.
Must be able to obtain and maintain any security clearances required for this position
Knows applicable industry standards and codes, accepted design practices and quality standards for a global business unit.
Knowledge of and experience with modeling and preparation of drawings/documents for General Arrangements, Equipment Locations, and piping isometrics drawings.
Knowledge & application of ASME B31.1 and/or B31.3 codes.
Ability to review piping layouts & support requirements per DoD standards/ASME B31.3 and approve designs.
Hands-on experience using a stress analysis program.
Previous DoD project experience for Risk Category 5 facilities.
Hands-on experience using a AutoPIPE for pipe stress analysis.
Previous Bechtel and/or DOD, DOE project experience.
Please send me your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Johnson Service Group, Inc. (JSG) is a North American leader in the staffing and consulting services industry, with over 35 years of experience investing in people and companies.
Johnson Service Group (JSG) is an Equal Opportunity Employer. JSG provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, marital status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law