Under the responsibility of the RIAU lead engineer, your main responsibilities will be to:

  • Understand Client needs develop specification for Suppliers.
  • Interface with project team, engineering teams (welding, installation methods, operation, materials, …) and SCM,
  • Support the selection of the Supplier through technical bid evaluation
  • Ensure design and detailing in accordance with acknowledged industry Codes, Standards and Design Guides (e.g. API 17J, DNVGL-ST-F201, API RP 2STD, 2RD, DNVGL-ST-N001); Client Specifications and Scopes of Work.
  • Production and checking of design documentation including feasibility reports, detailed in-place design reports, specifications, material take-offs, etc.
  • Perform the in-place design analysis with OrcaFlex, as per design brief and basis,
  • Develop the documentation package and the studies linked to the sizing and analysis of the dynamic riser system / static jumper system.
  • Be aware of the overall project planning and responsible of the planning of his / her scope of work.
  • Ensure progress and compliance of the supplier in close interface with SCM function
  • Provide engineering assistance during mobilisations and occasional periods of offshore or site working, including FATs, SITs, Pre-commissioning, etc.
  • Ensure that know-how is transferred within the discipline. Attend to discipline meeting as required.

Capability profile – Knowledge, skills, experience

  • MSc or PhD in mechanical engineering/hydrodynamics, with relevant work experience in the oil and gas industry or equivalent, with experiences of riser systems analysis (rigid, flexible or umbilical).
  • You are proficient in FEA modelling and you know well OrcaFlex software.
  • Your English is fluent

Personal Attributes

  • Undertake responsibility for production of deliverables, which may include engineering support to Drafting Office, design calculations, specifications, procedures, analyses, progress reports, bid evaluations, study reports and various 3rd-party submissions.
  • Interest for analyses work
  • Experience in working in a multi-disciplined systems engineering team
  • Ability to prioritise own workload, manage time accordingly and inform team members where constraints will affect a project in terms of programme or budget.
  • Demonstrable ability to work within time/budget constraints
  • Ability in Vendor and 3rd Party interface
  • Ability in working in multicultural group

Systems where a further knowledge is desirable

  • Installation Analyses
  • Naval architecture,
  • Flexible pipe design
  • Offshore experience
  • Python knowledge
  • Welding

Working Condition

  • Majority of the work is carried out in the regional main office site - Sutton
  • Offshore / Off-site location during project Execution phase as required.
  • Working hours according to local regulation and Company's policy