Engineer – Mechanical Components job at Relocation Assistance:Yes Plot No 1-14, Sector 128, Towers 5&6, Jaypee Wish Town, Noida- 201304, Uttar Pradesh, India

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Engineer – Mechanical Components will be responsible for basic & detail engineering activities for HVAC, Fire deduction and protection system (FDPS) and other bought-out equipment for execution of Flue Gas Desulphurization (FGD) and Clean Combustion projects.


Job Description
Roles and Responsibilities

Preparation & Review of the design specification for HVAC, Fire deduction and protection system and other bought-out equipment
Technical Evaluation of the vendor’s offer and Review of vendor drawings/documents during post contract stage.
Technical support and coordination during fabrication, equipment inspection & erection stages.
Accountable for Quality reviews, control & checking for deliverables under his/her responsibility on project.
Ensures compliance to Standards & Codes mentioned in the contract.
Ensures One-Time Delivery, Right First Time, First Time Yield, DMP for the projects being handled.
Responsible to execute the activities within the project schedule / milestones and the budgeted man-hours.
Assist Project Management in technical discussions with all stakeholders including Customers.
Ensure standardization of specification, calculation templates and development of database.
Assist Discipline Head for the continuous improvement and deployment of working procedures, best practices and projects feedback.
Ensure implementation Lessons Learned from previous projects
Proactively follow-up & do the input management to track and trace documents and material through the document management team, expediting team and MTA system.
Participate in design review and design freeze meeting and ensure the corrective actions defined by the design review are closed on time.
Ensure a coordinated approach in all areas with the other engineering activities / disciplines.
Support to tender team as per requirement.
Support to site team during erection and commissioning.
Support to standardization/cost out efforts.
Support Automation and digitization
Qualifications / Requirements

Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering with excellent academic track record
Knowledge / experience of HVAC and FDPS system design
Knowledge / experience of Finite Element Analysis using ANSYS.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
Minimum 3-5 years of basic & detailed engineering experience in Power, Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Pollution Control or similar type of industries.
Knowledge of International and Indian Standards related to Mechanical static & rotary equipment
Demonstrate good interpersonal relationship skills
Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
Must be open to travel as per project requirement
Desired Characteristics


Master’s degree from an accredited university or college
Knowledge / Experience on Air Quality Control Systems like Electrostatic Precipitators, Fabric Filter, Flue Gas Desulfurization.
Ability to balance multiple priorities
Passion for technology, digital and people development; Customer focus & GE growth traits

Additional Information
Relocation Assistance Provided: Yes










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