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Graduate Materials and Fabrication Engineer

Fabrication, Materials
Job Ref 10426
London, United Kingdom
Job Type:
Manufacturing / Fabrication

Job Details

Our Oilfield Services client is currently looking for an engineering graduate to focus on engineering materials and welding fabrication.

This is an excellent opportunity to work on a variety of projects - ranging from offshore wind farms to oil and gas infrastructures.

Candidates will:

  • Assist with issuing documents related to the definition and production of components (pipe, fittings, etc.) needed for the construction of pipe lines, sea lines, etc.
  • Support procurement and commercial office with technical analysis during project bid phase. Review our client's Specifications for pipes and fittings manufacturing
  • Support procurement department to establish bidder lists, evaluating and pre-qualifying vendors, bid assessments, audits
  • Review Supplier documentation for compliance with client/international specifications/rules
  • Issue Technical Bid Evaluation for Line-pipes and Fittings Supply
  • Assist MPQT, review/comment subcontractor documentation, review the inspection and test plan
  • Discuss and interface with the method project engineers and/or TM during both proposal preparation and projects to identify particular project requirements
  • Liaise with welding, NDT and anticorrosion colleagues to identify critical requirements for product manufacturing that may affect our client's installation activities and to promote innovative solutions
  • Perform inspection site survey
  • Report for validation to his technical group leader
  • Coordinate material failure analysis
  • Maintain contact with Line pipes manufacturers to be updated on new technologist/Materials Selection, in order to optimize overall quality and costs

Candidates should be able to demonstrate: 
  • A recent graduate in a relevant engineering discipline
  • Some work experience or a postgraduate qualification in Material Engineering would be advantageous. 
  • A theoretical background in ferrous alloys and corrosion resistance alloys (CRA)
  • Understanding of chemical and mechanical properties as well as manufacturing processes in relation to alloys used in offshore / subsea applications
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • The ability to communicate clearly and with purpose 

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