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Senior Mechanical Engineer
Full Time   |   Engineering
Here at Methanex, our New Zealand business is proud to be based in the Taranaki region. We’re an established global business and we’re the world’s largest supplier of Methanol. We believe that a lasting career offers great people like you even greater opportunities, from quality of life to benefits you truly deserve. And it’s people like you that will continue to develop our company and our community into something incredible.

You will be part of a busy mechanical team, performing one off first principle engineering calculations, coordinating and evaluating engineering models such as FEA and AutoPIPE. You will act as an internal consultant representing Methanex with all related issues on design verification and statutory approval along with supporting our other engineering disciplines and departments within the business.

To be successful in this position you will require a Tertiary Mechanical Engineering qualification combined with extensive mechanical engineering experience. This will encompass all phases from conceptual, design, execution, construction and close out. You will have proven industry knowledge, including previous experience gained in the Oil and Gas or Petrochemical Sector.

You will have demonstrated ability in complex problem solving and expert knowledge of methods and procedures used to successfully complete assigned mechanical, piping and related work.

If you have the above skills and want to advance your career, contact us now.

To apply for this position please refer to www.methanex.com/careers

Applications close 4.00pm Monday, 23 October 2017 NZT.



COMPANY
Methanex
WEBSITE
PHONE
754 9700
CLOSES 23 Oct
2017
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