Linde Engineering North America Inc

  • Static Equipment Engineer

    Job Location US-OK-Tulsa
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Stationary Equipment Engineer provides basic design and detail design and calculations of Pressure Vessels (columns, reactors, and drums) and Heat Transfer (heat exchangers, air coolers, boilers, flares, fired equipment, etc.).


    •  Development of the pressure vessel and heat transfer equipment specifications.
    • Provide information throughout the various proposal, engineering, and construction phases to the project team with regard to all aspects of pressure vessel and heat transfer engineering.
    • Responsible for the vessel and heat transfer budgets on all assigned projects.
    • Familiar with all ”Code” calculations, and be responsible for checking vendor calculations for supplied Code equipment.
    • Responsible for the coordination of drawing generation for the ladders and platforms required on all pressure vessels.
    • Responsible for issuing requests for quotations, purchase specifications, bid evaluations, and purchase requisitions on heat transfer equipment and vessels
    • Review and approve all vendor documentation for pressure vessels and heat transfer equipment on assigned projects.
    • Provide input to the P&ID’s for the heat transfer equipment used in the unit.
    • Drawing review and engineering coordination of proprietor equipment.




    • BS in engineering, BSME or BSChE preferred.
    • Three to five years experience as an equipment engineer in a process oriented, E/C Company or in an operating company with project equipment engineering duties.
    •  Working knowledge of International Codes and Standards.
    • 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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