Linde Engineering North America Inc

  • After Sales Engineer

    Job Location US-TX-Houston
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Engineering
  • Overview

    The After Sales Engineer is responsible for all engineering performed on after sales projects whether self-performed or sourced internally or externally to LPP.  The After Sales Engineer will perform as a technical generalist in a variety of disciplines including equipment, civil, structural, piping, electrical, instrumentation, and mechanical.  For after sales project execution the After Sales Engineer is responsible for the engineering and design of piping, equipment, civil/structural, instrumentation, controls, and electrical design activities.

    Responsibilities

    • Provided technical leadership and field support in the sales of upgrades, retrofit, and warranty projects.
    • Oversee after sales projects to include engineering, procurement, and construction.
    • Support and lead projects for the after sales team; assist team in identifying new business opportunities.
    • Perform or oversee all engineering discipline work for after sales projects.
    • Provide field leadership for technical issues in operating facilities.
    • Providing back-up for the After Sales Project Manager as required.
    • Completing assigned tasks as delegated by the PM.
    • Coordination of internal and external engineering activities and the interdisciplinary interfaces.
    • Ensure technical requirements defined in the contract are properly incorporated in the engineering deliverables.
    • Lead Design Reviews.
    • Provide Cost Control and Forecasting.
    • Maintain quality assurance for conformance to project requirements.
    • Lead technical negotiations and bid evaluations for external sourcing.
    • Provide bid review and scope compliance analysis of any subcontractor proposals.

    Qualifications

    • BS in engineering, BSME or BSChE preferred
    • 7 years of related experience
    • Ability to address challenges while in an operating plant work environment
    • Possess a broad understanding of the major design engineering disciplines:   Piping, Equipment, Process, Civil/Structural, Instrumentation, and Electrical
    • Understanding of continuous flow chemical/physical processes typical of hydrocarbon processing
    • Effective computer skills; Microsoft Office Software, Lotus Notes, and other Company and discipline specific software applications.
    • Effective communication skills both verbally and in writing with superiors, colleagues, and individuals inside and outside the Company.
    • Effective analytical and problem-solving skills.

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