A self-motivated Process/Mechanical Engineer is required to work with a multi-disciplinary branch providing integrated engineering design, analysis and support services for nuclear facilities, R&D experiments and facilities at the CRL site. Under the direction of program and project team leaders, he/she will contribute to the development of conceptual, preliminary and detailed designs of process piping and mechanical systems.
Contributes to projects as a team member;
Designs mechanical and process piping systems and components for R&D experiments, waste management and other complex facilities;
Designs retrofits and modifications to existing facilities and systems;
Designs piping systems, heat exchangers, tanks and pressure vessels;
Performs classification, code selection, analysis and registration of pressurized systems and components;
Performs calculations to support the design or selection of mechanical components;
Prepares design documentation including conceptual design documents, design requirements, design descriptions, design manuals, technical specifications and technical notes;
Provides engineering support during the construction, installation and commissioning project phases;
Reports progress on assigned tasks and projects;
Performs field walk downs and investigation; and
Identify issues, work on independent resolutions and seek assistance as required.
University graduation in engineering or applied science from an accredited university of recognized standing and preferable specializing in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering. Generally has less than 5 years of applied work experience.