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Piping Stress Engineer

Location:Calgary, AB (Canada)
Benefits:Comprehensive Benefits Package for Employees
Employment Type:Full Time
Department:Piping/Stress Engineering
Description:A Piping Stress Engineer is responsible for the evaluation of ASME/ANSI/CSA piping systems by performing pipe stress analysis using manual calculations and piping stress analysis software applications. These evaluations will be in compliance with the latest industry and regulatory standards. This position reports corporately to the TSE Piping Engineering Lead and to the project Lead Piping Engineer for all project related activities.

Responsibilities:

Supports the Piping Engineering Lead by performing piping stress analysis on piping systems as required to support the requirements of the project
Leads project teams, as required, by delegating and distributing the workload, mentoring less experienced stress engineers, adhering to high quality standards and evaluating project performance through progress monitoring and expediting release of stress related reports
Reviews and performs design calculations/flexibility analysis of piping systems
Reviews and performs dynamic, wind, slug flow analysis of piping systems
Performs pipe wall thickness calculations and provides input to line designation tables
Reviews and designs piping supports
Ability to prepare detailed requisitions for valves and piping materials
Ability to review supplier submittals and performs technical bid analyses
Develops and maintains the projects critical line list
Participate in internal and client Piping Model Reviews
Coordinates with the process engineering, piping designers, structural engineers and mechanical engineering
Applies engineer seal to engineering documents produced under his/her direction
Assists the TSE Piping Engineering Lead to ensure current reference materials, software programs and tools are available as necessary for the use of the Piping Engineers
Assists with the development and implementation of discipline specific procedures, as required
Represents TSE on piping stress matters, as required
Working knowledge of ASME B31.3, ASME B31.1 and CSA Z662 including the practical understanding of good piping design and layout
Knowledge of 3D design software packages and associated databases
Strong understanding of Piping Stress Engineering software applications like Caesar II, NozzlePro, etc.
Good written and verbal communications skills
Good problem solving abilities, using logic to analyze or identify underlying principles, reasons, or facts associated with information or data to draw conclusions
A strong organizational background with familiarity and ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously

Qualifications:

A recognized degree in either Mechanical or Piping Engineering from an accredited university
Senior - minimum 10 years Oil and Gas, refining, upgrading, and SAGD environment experience
An active professional member with APEGGA


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