Piping Designer

We are currently seeking a Piping Designer for a contract opportunity based in Georgetown, SC.
The experienced Piping Designer will be responsible for:
- Preparing (hand drawn or CAD) detailed isometric sketches of both as-built and to-be-installed small bore piping for an ongoing construction project at an existing and operational coal fired power plant.
- Interface with the Site Construction Team, Home Office Engineering team, Site Engineering Team, and Field Personnel as required to complete all assigned task.
- Resolve design conflict and field interference issues
- Maintain and publish field sketches for problem resolution
- Maintain Project As-Built drawings
- Work Package development
- Task plan support and assistance as needed as directed by Engineering Manager
- Ensure IFC Quantities are developed and reported to Project Controls for entering into Project Tracking System
- Ensures compliance with job specifications
- Interface with Project Vendors to assure that material is received in a timely manner and the correct material is delivered
- IFC drawing review for cost, schedule, and other impacts.
- Assist in developing Change Orders in the case of Scope Variance per Project Contract.
- Other duties as approved by Engineering Manager
- Extensive track record in Piping field engineering activities within construction, Oil & Gas or Petrochemical sector
- Ability to create spec drawings
- Able to be coached/mentored a by senior engineers
- Degree in a relevant technical discipline is essential
- Knowledge of quality control documentation, practices and procedures
- Knowledge of computer software with experience with MS Word, MS Excel and other common business software
- Ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing
- Ability to live and work in cross-cultural work setting
- Ability to read and comprehend complex instructions, correspondence and memos
- Must be willing and able to work outdoors in various weather conditions, be able to climb stairs, ladders and scaffolding while being safely tied off.

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