The engineer will be responsible for the development of equipment associated with down-hole Fishing & Remedial well intervention applications. These applications generally require designs which convert hydraulic energy to mechanical energy to perform several milling-type and/or fishing-type activities. The scope of equipment will include single-body components offered in an assortment of sizes (example, milling tools) to complex assemblies consisting of a couple hundred parts (examples, positive-displacement motors and turbines). The individual components are generally composed of various alloy steels, elastomers, and Tungsten carbide materials. The development phase of a given project can extend from a few weeks to several months.
The engineer’s responsibility within a project to develop this equipment will be:
- Conceptualization of ideas;
- Technical assessment of feasible concepts (component/feature stress analysis; assembly/overhaul considerations, and operating limitations);
- Prototype lab testing;
- Redesign iterations based on field trial feedback.
- Must have a BS or MS in Mechanical, Aerospace, of Automotive Engineering;
- 3-5 years of experience in mechanical product/system design;
- Excellent oral and written communication skills;
- Can function independently and in a team;
- Knowledge of mechanical processes, including assembly and testing;
- An understanding of Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing;
- Strong decision making;
- Strong leadership skills;
- Strong mentoring/training skills;
- Have a familiarity with the mechanical properties of alloy steels, carbides, and elastomers.
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