Principal Piping DesignerOptimus Plus Featured Employer
Aberdeen, Scotland, United Kingdom
Do you enjoy a challenge? Do you want to make a difference? Would you like to work within a friendly and inclusive team? We have an exciting opportunity working within both new and existing projects, creating bespoke, safe and cost-effective engineering solutions for our clients within the energy sector.
If you are passionate about Design, have some energy industry experience, or have transferable skills, then we would love to hear from you.
Input to project plans
Identify areas of concern during any project or study
Produce cost- effective engineering solutions that are fit for purpose, safe and add value
Ability to address operational and maintenance issues in the design and liaise with colleagues for the best solution
Undertake surveys, both onshore and offshore
Our Principal Designers can expect to work in a modern environment, enjoy flexible working and will be offered a range of working options to suit individual situations. We have a generous benefits package available which includes pension, enhanced sick pay and income protection to name a few.
Our ideal candidate will enjoy team working, will be customer and quality focused, can use their own initiative and will be responsive to our business and client needs. You should also enjoy Leadership and development of people through coaching and mentoring of others.
We'd like you to have a HND in a relevant subject and previous experience in detail design and design checking with an understanding of other disciplines. You need to be highly competent in the use of AutoDesk design products.
There will be the opportunity to work in other locations, both on and offshore so candidates may need you to travel and hold the relevant certification to do so.
We are proud of our record in securing repeat client business by delivering consistently excellent solutions. Some of our clients have been working with us for many years and have entrusted us to deliver on projects from the North Sea to North Africa and from the Far East to Eastern Europe