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TAPPI Industry Career Center: Clark Nexsen Seeks Senior Industrial Mechanical Engineer

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Clark Nexsen Seeks Senior Industrial Mechanical Engineer

We seek to hire a Senior Industrial Mechanical Engineer in our Macon, GA office who will perform industrial and mechanical engineering services on industrial process projects of small to large scope for facilities that process minerals, pulp and paper, and petrochemicals, among others.

General responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Performing various design services as an engineer, including Conceptual Studies, Process flow diagrams, P&IDs, mass balance, calculations, equipment selection, instrument selection and general arrangements for bulk material handling, process piping, conveyance equipment detail shop drawings, dust collection, chute fabrication drawings, tank/bin design, and equipment platforms/catwalks with minimal direction from supervising staff.
Providing oversight and coordination of projects, and working with assigned design managers and project managers, to meet client’s budget, contract fees, goals, objectives, and deadlines
Coordinating and communicating all aspects of industrial and mechanical design within multi-disciplinary teams as requested by the Design Manager or Project Engineer.
Developing project schematic designs, design development designs, and construction documents
Complying with quality control policies and procedures
Providing support services during the bidding process, i.e., preparing addenda, amendments, open bids, tabulate bids, etc. as directed
Performing construction phase services including representing the firm on-site, answering RFI’s, reviewing shop drawings, preparing as-builts, etc. as directed
Working with, responding to, and taking direction from senior engineers and project managers
Working independently with limited direction
Supervising and mentoring junior staff in the Industrial Engineering Department
Performing other responsibilities as assigned by the Project Engineer, Design Manager, Project Managers, principals, and senior management.

Project responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
Responsible for document organization and clarity
Responsible for discipline drawing coordination
Drafting of plans, partial plans, sections, details
Completing sections and details produced to a schematic-level of completion by the Engineer
Create schematic-level plans and details for approval by the Mechanical Engineer
Developing an accurate, three-dimensional model of the mechanical systems with the necessary level of detail using the required Building Information Modeling (BIM) software package, when BIM is a project requirement
Develop design options for resolution of system conflicts
Assist with building systems calculations and LEED templates
Participate in building system selections
Participate in building code analysis process
Monitor individual performance relative to project budget and schedule
Coordinate work product with other disciplines
Adhere to project budget and schedule
Travel, up to 30%

Must have graduated from an ABET-accredited 4-, 5-, or 6-year engineering program ideally in one of the following disciplines:
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Industrial Engineering

Licenses, Certifications, and Accreditations

Completed or be in a position to complete the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam and all other state requirements for certification as an EIT is preferred.
Completed or be in a position to complete requirements for PE licensure within 60 months after being hired is preferred
24 hour MSHA miner safety training is desirable
Applicable Autodesk certifications is desirable
Active membership in drafting or modeling-related organizations (local or web-based) is desirable
Certificate of Management for Building Information Modeling (CM-BIM) is desirable
Additional certifications such as CDT, CCS, or CCCA are encouraged to reflect personal growth in the profession and an ever increasing knowledge base to enhance the design and documentation process is desirable
A minimum of 5 years of onsite experience with Industrial safety programs and compliance with site specific safety programs in an Industrial plant environment is required
Software Skills

A Senior Industrial Mechanical Engineer should be able to effectively utilize current company software programs for word processing, e-mail, and information management.

Working familiarity with design and production software to a point of being able to utilize the software in the development of project documents and interact with other project team members in their use of the software is highly desirable.

Specific software includes:
Microsoft Office

Career Experience

A Senior Industrial Mechanical Engineer should typically have 10 years or more of significant design and practice experience in a leadership role with an Industrial firm or multi-discipline Architectural & Engineering firm with substantial knowledge in one or more of the following areas:
bulk material handling
process piping
conveyance equipment
detail shop drawings
dust collection
chute fabrication drawings
tank/bin design
equipment platforms/catwalks
Familiarity with MSHA standards and other related industrial process design parameters is highly desired.
Design or construction experience in Design/Build and EPC project delivery methods is desirable

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