Piping Designer (2D Microstation) Job

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Piping Designer (2D Microstation) for a contract opportunity with Yoh's client located in Houston/Baytown, TX.
The Big Picture:
This position is located at a client site large industrial chemical facility (tobacco and smoke free). The company maintains an engineering team at the site.
What You'll Be Doing:
- Work with project team to develop piping installation details and other project documents in accordance with site standards.
- Field site work required to verify existing piping conditions to support total project design.
- Pipe support detail design development.
- Able to function with limited design supervision. Limited 2D checking.
- Reporting directly to client engineering manager at site.
What You Need to Bring to the Table:
- Five to fifteen (5-15) years Piping/Equipment arrangement design with a minimum of eight (8) years of Microstation piping design in a chemical processing facility, refinery, or terminal.
- Proficient with Microstation 2D design.
- Must have good oral and written communication skills and be proficient with the MS Office suite of software.
- Previous Industrial chemical processing experience required.
- Must be able to meet physical demands of field work as needed to collect and verify data.
What's In It For You?
- Our client specializes in construction and engineering, staffing and defense; helping leading corporations and governments make the world a better place. Be a part of this team!
Get Hired. Apply Now!
Recruiter: Kathy Pavlick
Yoh, a Day & Zimmermann company, is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. Click here to contact us if you are an individual with a disability and require accommodation in the application process.

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