Intermediate Piping Engineer

Corporate Overview

Aker Solutions is a global provider of products, systems and services to the oil and gas industry. Its engineering, design and technology bring discoveries into production and maximize recovery. The company employs approximately 14,000 people in about 20 countries. Go to www.akersolutions.com for more information on our business, people and values.

Aker Solutions based in St. John's, NL provides front end studies, detailed engineering, asset integrity management, construction management, procurement and project management for upstream oil and gas facilities. We need an Intermediate Piping Engineer who can strengthen our multi-discpline onshore engineering team.

Responsibilities and Tasks:

Working within our multi-disciplined onshore Engineering Department the successful candidate will be required to conduct studies and complete detailed design work related to the modification and maintenance of offshore oil and gas installations.

  • Piping code review and interpretation, designs and analyzes piping and pipe supports (including formal pipe stress analysis), prepares technical reports, prepares technical requisitions, and reviews detailed design drawings.

  • Works together with other members of the piping team, and with other engineering disciplines, through work development; investigates, advises and resolves design and field engineering problems

  • Takes an active role problem analysis, solution development, and implementation of corrective actions

  • Supports procurement, fabrication, and construction efforts including through bid evaluations, communication with suppliers, documentation review, and support to offshore execution.

  • Participates in engineering and capital cost estimating.

  • Works to assure compliance with project schedules and control estimates

  • Provides support as required.

  • Supports company objectives pertaining to quality, health, safety, security, and the environment

We Offer:

  • Competitive compensation and benefits
  • Good work/life balance
  • Positive work environment with challenging tasks
  • Development opportunities

Consistent with the Accords Act, residents of Newfoundland and Labrador specifically, and Canadians generally, who are qualified, will be given first consideration for training and employment.