Role Summary

Undertake stress analysis engineering duties associated with design, certification and safe commissioning both on and offshore shore. Exercise technical authority, autonomy and professional acumen in all activities. Supervise the time of others in the team to achieve these duties.


  • Knowledge of, and compliance with, PD&MS QHSE Systems.
  • Knowledge of, and compliance with, client, industry and international specifications and standards.
  • Identification of scope of work required to undertake a project / job. Estimation of deliverables.
  • Input to project plans and schedules.
  • Immediate identification to Lead Engineer of any issue that has the potential to cause change or growth to any area of the project or study, in comparison to the original design intent / deliverables required.
  • Production of cost effective engineering solutions that are fit for purpose, safe and add value to both PD&MS and the Client.
  • Ensuring operational and maintenance issues are addressed in the design. Seeking input from operations and maintenance personnel.
  • Monitoring progress of work and achieving completion within the agreed schedule and budget.
  • Production and checking of documents and stress analysis engineering design deliverables.
  • Review of documents circulated by other disciplines for IDC or comment.
  • Communication with other disciplines on stress analysis design and engineering issues.
  • Attendance at meetings called by Project Manager / Engineer, e.g. kick-off meeting, progress meeting.
  • Attendance at Design Reviews, HAZOPs, Constructability Assessments etc.
  • Representation of PD&MS with Clients, Suppliers / Vendors and Certifying Authorities in a professional manner.
  • Remain up to date with technical developments, client, national and international standards and legislative requirements related to the position.
  • Ensure compliance with applicable Industry Codes and Standards, HSE Alerts, Statutory Instruments, Client and PD&MS Specifications and Legislative Requirements and establishing order of precedence on a project-by-project basis.
  • Ensure all supervised personnel are aware of continuous improvement issues of new technology.
  • Responsible for ensuring professional development is maintained and identified competency requirements are undertaken in a timely manner.
  • Performance of discipline engineering tasks asks and activities, in accordance with Company QA, HS & E policies.
  • Demonstration of safe approach in design and working practices, following the objectives of the Office and project specific Health, Safety and Environmental Plans.
  • Encouragement of attention to safety.

Competency Standards

  • BSc or equivalent in relevant Engineering Discipline 
  • Significant, demonstrable experience in Stress Analysis Detailed Design Engineering and Engineering Checking
  • Detailed understanding of all Engineering disciplines
  • Thorough knowledge and understanding of relevant Oil & Gas Industry Codes and Standards
  • Highly competent in the use of Intergraph Caesar II Pipe Stress Analysis products

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