The Subsea Designer is responsible for the generation of various structural, piping, pipeline or mechanical 2d / 3d Cad models & detailed engineering drawings as instructed by the drawing office manager or the Senior or Lead subsea designer.
The Subsea Designer is also responsible for ensuring that the J.P.Kenny drawing office standards and any relevant industry standards are adhered to.
The Subsea Designer shall:Prepare 2d & 3d CAD models, Sketches, pipeline layouts, piping isometrics, structural arrangements & detailed engineering drawings as instructed by the drawing office manager or the Lead or Senior subsea designer. Self-checking of all work prior to on passing for drafting and engineering checks. Liaise closely with responsible engineer to ensure correctness of design and material selections. Familiarise yourself with and work to J.P. Kenny drawing office standards. Ensure work is produced as neatly and accurately as possible and delivered to agreed dates within the drawing register or as requested by the drawing office manager / lead subsea designer. Ensure all Cad files are stored in the appropriate project folders. Supporting other discrete packages / work as may be required on a time-to-time basis. This may involve, studies, development work, production of guidelines or other similar work. Assisting in the training and development of other J P Kenny personnel - particularly new Graduate Engineer(s). The Subsea Engineer shall ensure that they comply with the Company HSE Policy. It should be noted that each person has a responsibility for the safety and quality aspects of the work that they undertake. Any questions or concerns relating to HSE and/or the QMS should be brought to the attention of the Drawing Office Manager. Any other duties as required
QUALIFICATIONS / EXPERIENCE
The individual must hold a formal qualification in a relevant engineering discipline. Experience within Subsea engineering is preferable for the post.
Understanding of CAD drafting and Autocad systems utilising both 2D and 3D skills is preferred.
Applicants must be authorised to work in the EU