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- He/She is in charge for Arrangement and Process Design activities in both Basic and Detailed Design phase.
- He/She is in charge for a good quality and on time delivery of contractual documentation.
- He/She provides technical support for all other entities and for customer and supplier.
- He/She reports to Engineering Manager.
There are two major Engineering specialties: Arrangement Designer and Process Designer. Both need to set up the ability to work for each other’s tasks per Engineering Manager’s arrangement.
As an Arrangement Designer:
1) Perform general arrangement design
2) Prepare civil work guild drawings
3) Pipe routing and related calculation
4) Pipe support design
5) Auxiliary steel structure (platform, ladders, etc.) design
6) Auxiliary equipment design and its installation design
7) Insulation design
8) Prepare erection and maintenance related instruction
As a Process Designer:
1) System description and operating mode
2) Process flow diagram (PFD)
3) Piping and instrumentation diagram (P&ID)
4) Heat and mass balance calculation
5) Equipment sizing, datasheet and specification
6) Equipment classification
7) Pipe sizing and selection
8) Material selection
9) Pressure drop calculation
10) Process control strategy and main functional specification for control system
- Ensure the related design complies with project and/or contract technical requirement, relevant standards and norms, and GE design practices.
- Be responsible for the tasks (include engineering documentation) allocated by managers, to be achieved on time with required quality.
- Participate technical coordination meeting, design reviews and safety reviews, raise his/her concerns, questions and find solutions.
- Support tendering team for technical matters including provide proposal, deviations, work load estimation, etc.
- Support project teams for technical clarification, interface collection and analysis.
- Support procurement for technical requirement clarification, supplier technical capacity analysis, evaluation of supplier’s offers.
- Support R&D activities.
- Bachelor Degree of Engineering or above in thermal power, or mechanical engineering or equivalent engineering.
- At least 3 years experiences in STG auxiliary system or power plant system engineering background
- Be familiar with ASME B31.1 or EN 13480
- Be familiar with AutoCAD / MicroStation, PDMS / SP3D, ROHR 2 / CAESAR II, SPPID or other plant design tools is preferred.
- Pro-active, self-motivated, rigorous, decision maker and with solid problem-solving skills
- Fluency in English on both oral and written
- Good communication skills in English
- Ability to take short duration trips
- Experience in nuclear power plant project (preferably) or site installation of piping, auxiliary equipment.
- Team building capabilities and multi-cultural communication skills
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