Senior Pressure Vessels and Pressurized Systems Engineer (NASA)
Posted on: May 27, 2023
Senior Pressure Vessels and Pressurized Systems Engineer (NASA)
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Under general supervision, independently applies advanced engineering techniques, makes decisions on engineering problems and methods, and represents the organization in conferences to resolve important questions or to negotiate with key engineers and officials of other organizations.
Provides technical guidance to less experienced engineers and is consulted extensively by associates and others with a high degree of reliance placed on scientific interpretations and advice.
This position will lead engineers and ensure the team is proficient in the following areas:
ASME B&PV Section VIII, Div. 1 and Div. 2, requirements and analyses
ASME B31.3 Process Piping, requirements and analyses
API 579-1/ASME FFS-1 Fitness-For-Service, requirements and analyses
API 520 Part I and Part II, Sizing, Selection, and Installation of Pressure-Relieving Devices in Refineries, requirements and analyses
National Board Inspection Code NB-23, Part 1, 2, and 3, requirements and applicable analyses
Hypergolic fuel/oxidizer compatibility assessment
Oxygen compatibility assessment
Application of nondestructive examination (NDE) methodologies for pressure vessels/systems based on their codes and standards of construction
System and component field inspection/verification and walk-down against system P&ID.
CGA E-4 Standard for Gas Pressure Regulators, requirements and analyses
NASA-STD-8719.17, NASA Requirements for Ground-Based Pressure Vessels and Pressurized Systems, requirements
Safe operation of high-pressure systems
ASME stress analysis, including pressure, external, thermal, dynamic loadings, etc.,
Statics and dynamics
Pressure Vessels and Pressurized Systems (PVS) fabrication, welding, inspection, etc. techniques and processes
PVS failure modes and damage mechanisms, and the NDE techniques and analyses that are used to identify precursors to those failure modes and to determine acceptable limits on operations so as to avoid them
Knowledge of ASME and other PVS Codes and standards, related Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, and NASA policies, requirements, and procedures associated with PVS.
Pro v i d e s d ay-t o - d a y tech n ica l res p o n si bi lit y o f th e p ress u r e system s safet y effort s fo r N AS A GS FC .
Maintai ns overal l knowle dge o f NAS A Safet y Polic y ( wh ic h incl u de s th e Press u r e V esse l an d Press u rize d System s Stan d ar d) an d ens u re s c u stome r satisfactio n by res p ondi ng to c u s t ome r re q uirement s encom p assi ng t h i s safet y engi n eeri ng discip l i n e .
Res p onsibl e fo r p ro p erl y i d entifyi ng cus t ome r p ro b lem s an d iss u es , researc h in g p ro g ra m re q uirements , an d d etermini ng th e mos t effectiv e sol u tio n give n tech n ica l qu a l ification s an d contract u a l re q uirements .
Pro v i d e s g ui d anc e an d w or ks i nd e p en d entl y wit h th e c u s t omer .
Re q uire s excellen t commu n icatio n sk i ll s an d u n d erstan ds broa d ran ge o f system s an d ris k a s i t a p plie s t o p rogrammatic , tec hn ica l an d cos t concer n s .
Interact s re gu larl y wit h custome r re p resentative s concer n i ng w or k i n p ro g ress .
Re v iews , con du cts , an d eval u ate s p ress u r e syste m engi n eeri ng safet y ana l yse s an d ris k assessments ; re v ie ws su bm ittals , d esig n criteria , d rawin g s , an d d oc u mentatio n p roce du re s fo r im p act s an d comp l ianc e wit h g over n men t stan d ar ds an d re q uirement s an d p ro v i d e s safet y assessments .
A ssist s i n p erformi ng safety / ris k ana l yse s an d st ud ie s p ertai n i ng to p ress u r e systems ; d etermi n e s safet y re q uirement s a p plica b l e to syste m d esig n; con du ct s basi c ana l yse s i d entifyi ng p rimar y ris k factor s an d hazar d so u rces ; i d entifie s un d esire d effect s wh ic h ma y occ ur d urin g a system 's l i f e cycle .
Recommen ds abatemen t o r miti g atio n actio ns to preven t hazar ds fro m resulti ng i n acci d ents .
Assist s i n p re p arin g system s ana l yse s i n accor d anc e wit h G over n men t co d e s an d stan d ar d s .
Ma y atten d d esig n re v iew s an d tec hn ica l interc h an ge meeting s to p ro v i de safet y assessment s an d tech n ica l s upp or t.
Inter p ersona l relations h i p bu i ldi ng an d cus t ome r interfaci ng sk i ll s ar e d esire d
Education & Experience:
MS in Engineering is desired and 8 years or more experience in the design, operation, maintenance, or repair of pressure vessels and/or pressure piping systems, and five years of experience managing projects .
Skills are typically acquired through an undergraduate degree in Engineering and a minimum of 7 years related experience, with average experience ranging from 10+ years.
Relocation support offered
A IBEW union position requires a BS in Engineering (i.e., mechanical or fluids). Ten years combined experience is required in the design, operation, maintenance, or repair of pressure vessels and/or pressure piping systems, and five years of experience managing projects.
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