Principal Engineer, Project Planner, Oil and Gas Job #3745 Cleveland, Oh

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Integrity Technical Services, Inc.
Principal Engineer, Project Planner, Oil and Gas Job #3745 Cleveland, Oh Principal Engineer, Project Planner, Oil and Gas Job #3745 Cleveland,
An Energy Company located in the Greater Cleveland, Ohio area is seeking a Principal Engineer/Project Planner who has been working in the Oil and Gas Industry. The ideal candidate for this position will have a Mechanical
Degree, Civil Engineering Degree or Chemical Engineering Degree and at least 7 years being a Principal Engineer and/or Project Planner. Requirements: Bachelor degree in Engineering Oil/Gas Required Seven Years experience required Advanced PC Skills Responsibilities: Provide project planning and technical support Prepare complex written procedures to facilitate construction/maintenance Provides complex analysis, design and specification/cost estimates Establishes company standards and practices Monitor system performance and prepare long and short term facility plans including cost Frame engineering operational problems and propose solutions Directs activities of engineers providing design specifications and cost analysis Knowledge of gas regulating, pressure control, measurement equipment gas gathering and compression piping systems Salary Range: $80,000 to $100,000/Direct Hire Permanent/Relocation Assistance Please Note: You will be required at some point to relocate to New Milford, PA. You must reference Principal Engineer Job #3745 when applying to this position and email your Resume to Bob Due to the large amount of resumes we expect to receive only the most qualified candidates will be contacted. We will retain all other resumes for any applicable future job opportunities. MYK62683JR

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