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Project Engineer-Mechanical

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URC Corporate Office - Warren, PA

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Description:

• Provide engineering support in the mechanical design, and Code and industry Standards (e.g. API) compliance of the refinery’s pressure vessel and piping systems. • Supports United Refining’s Engineering, Maintenance, Pipeline, and Inspection Groups. • Engineering support activities include: o Review and provide guidance for capital project mechanical specifications, drawings, and other technical documents. o Review and provide guidance on Code related questions, primarily State jurisdictional laws, ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel, and piping Codes, and API Standards. o Perform or review mechanical design calculations for:  ASME Code calculations  Pipe Stress  FEA analysis  Structural design and modeling o Aid in the establishment of priorities and planning for shutdown activities. • Support the refinery’s Inspection Department activities, such as: o Managing the refinery’s “R” stamp program o Determining Code compliance and providing repair recommendations o Determining Fitness for Service of equipment, vessels, and piping as issues arise • Provide guidance and support to the Kiantone Pipeline to ensure DOT regulation, ASME Code, and API Standards compliance. • Project lead for select projects, including:  Oversight in development of project drawings  Development of project bid packages  Managing work of refinery construction personnel or external contractors  Work with minimal supervision while ensuring that projects are completed on time, on budget, and compliant with design technical and mechanical requirements • Supporting other Project Group engineering responsibilities as may be required.

Requirements:

• Strong mechanical aptitude • Knowledgeable in State, ASME Pressure Vessel and Piping Code requirements, and applicable API Standards • Fluent in Code calculations and software

Additional Info:

Work Environment: • While daily activities are based out of an office environment, there will be regular interaction and participation in activities that require a presence in a shop or field environment. • There will be periods that require more than 40 hours per week, including weekends. Physical Demands: Moderate. However, field activities can include entry into confined spaces, navigating among field equipment and piping, and ladder/stair access to structural platforms. Field activities will require Personnel Protection Equipment (PPE). Programs/Equipment Used: Position requires significant use of computer and calculator. Computer programs utilized can include MicroSoft Office, MicroSoft Projects, CodeCalc, Ceasar, ALGOR, and CFD software. Required Education and Experience: B.S. Mechanical Engineering with at least 5-10 years of industrial experience Preferred Education and Experience: Experience in refining or chemical industry. Thorough understanding of ASME Codes.