Bechtel is seeking a Mechanical Engineer for the Mining & Metals team, based in Peru. The position will be responsible for planning and conducting independent work requiring judgment in the evaluation, selection, application and adaptation of design on a project.
Knows applicable industry standards and codes, accepted design practices and quality standards for a global business unit.
The Mechanical Engineer is principally responsible for :
Directly performs or administers work of designers and drafters of a design group for a business line technology. This work includes the preparation of layouts, study drawings, detailed 2-D and construction drawings.
Prepares or assists with the preparation of assigned material requisitions and bid evaluations.
Monitors and checks work for compliance with approved design standards to provide quality design, reliable / safe plant operation and construction economy.
Prepares design and drafting procedures to standardize design effort.
Coordinates or makes Jobsite visits, as required, to resolve problems and interpret drawings and documents.
Reviews or defines engineering scope changes, as required, for project management.
Endorses or prepares reports of work progress, as required, for project and discipline use.
Maintains up-to-date skills in Bechtel Standard Computer Applications (BSAPs) relevant to design work and ensures that maximum use is made thereof.
Supports the creation of a work environment that fosters openness, trust, communication, teamwork, empowerment, innovation and satisfaction.
Qualifications and Skills
The Mechanical Engineer shall be knowledgeable and / or experienced in :
Bachelor’s degree in an engineering or scientific discipline, AND Specialized courses in drafting, design, and engineering practices, OR minimum 4 years of experience
Development of Technical Specifications, Material Requisitions and Data Sheets for the mining industry. Experience in these subjects is a requirement.
Experience at pumps calculation, slurry and water.
Knowledge of the application of engineering and construction materials related to the discipline’s design responsibilities.
Knowledge of Engineering Department Procedures (EDPs), industry and regulatory standards, design criteria and codes relevant to the discipline.
Knowledge of discipline Design Guides, mathematical formulae and design calculations used in the discipline.
Knowledge of technical responsibilities of other groups associated with the total design effort.
Knowledge of procedures used for the procurement and quantity control of bulk materials applicable to the discipline.
Knowledge of BSAPs applicable to the specific discipline work.