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    Pressure Vessel Design Engineer

    NATIONAL PETROLEUM CONSTRUCTION COMPANY - Abu Dhabi, UAE

    Ghada A. Fattah

    Job Description

    Duties to be performed
    - review of Client Documents;
    - preparation of Mechanical Design Calculations;
    - preparation of GA and details drawings in cooperation with drafting team;
    - preparation of purchase requisitions for all pressure vessels materials including internals;
    - technical bid evaluations;
    - vendor data management;
    - preparation of Manufacturing Data Reports;
    - preparation of Design Specification in line with ASME section VIII div. 2

    Skills

    - 10 years experience
    - BS Mechanical
    - deep knowledge of ASME section VIII div. 1 & 2
    - experience in design based on ASME section VIII div. 2
    - excellent skills using PVElite software
    - knowledge of pressure vessels materials;

    Job Details

    Job Location:
    Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
    Company Industry:
    Engineering
    Company Type:
    Employer (Private Sector)
    Job Role:
    Unspecified
    Joining Date:
    2008-05-14
    Employment Status:
    Full time
    Employment Type:
    Employee
    Monthly Salary Range:
    Unspecified
    Manages Others:
    Unspecified
    Number of Vacancies:
    1

    Preferred Candidate

    Career Level:
    Mid Career
    Years of Experience:
    Unspecified
    Residence Location:
    United Arab Emirates
    Gender:
    Unspecified
    Nationality:
    Unspecified
    Degree:
    Unspecified

    About This Company

    NPCC, based in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., an ISO 9001 certified, Major Onshore/Offshore EPC Contractor in the Oil & Gas industry, with offshore operations in the Arabian Gulf & India, maintains a workforce of 5,000+ employees, owns and operates a fabrication yard, pipe coating, plants and a marine spread of 13 construction barges.