Staff Hunters is recruiting a Mechanical Engineer, LNG, for a client in the Seacoast of New Hampshire.
Responsible for developing, designing and managing all mechanical aspects of LNG projects including liquefaction, storage, truck transfer, and vaporization of LNG
Weekly reporting to individual project managers on project status, budget, and schedule
Authoring design, procurement, and operations specifications for equipment and systems
Field commissioning and troubleshooting of LNG plant startup and operations
Systematic analysis of piping stress, pressure vessel nozzles, vapor dispersions, and thermal radiation
Reviewing calculations, equipment specifications, requisitions and drawings
Maintain technical proficiency and code expertise in the LNG field (49CFR193, NFPA 59A, ASME B31.3, BPVC Section VIII)
Develop cost estimates and proposals in response to client requests
Development of drawings for fabrication and construction of plant piping and equipment systems. This may include interdisciplinary work with civil, electrical, process, and controls project groups to optimize design
Travel to sites approximately 10% of the time
Education and/or Experience
BS degree in Mechanical Engineering; PE preferred
10 years’ experience
Hands-on experience in the field/at sites highly preferred. Ability to communicate effectively with clients, subcontractors and co-workers
Experience in design of cryogenic, natural gas, petrochemical, oil, or power systems
Previous work specifying pumps, compressors, valves, heat exchangers, heaters, coolers, boilers, or pressure vessels
Site or field experience installing, operating, or troubleshooting equipment
Ability to set priorities, to be self-disciplined and consistent
Good written and oral communications skills
Computer literacy in MS Office and MS Project
Ability to communicate effectively with clients, subcontractors, and co-workers
The client offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including medical, dental, life insurance, PTO, 401(k) and professional development/advancement opportunities.
To apply for this position, please email your resume to , or call 603-766-2004 or apply online.