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Design Engineer I

  • Job
    Full-time
    Entry & Junior Level
  • Engineering
  • Houston

AI generated summary

  • You must have a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, 0-2+ years of engineering experience, and be proficient in Microsoft Office. Experience with downhole oilfield tools and project management is preferred. Willing to learn and have proven problem-solving ability.
  • You will perform various engineering tasks, such as stress analysis, material selection, and design modifications, to develop and improve products for the oil & gas industry. Additionally, you will lead projects, coordinate with vendors, and analyze test data to ensure product quality.

Requirements

  • Qualifications:
  • Essential:
  • 0-2+ years of engineering experience
  • Microsoft office suite
  • Proven technical problem-solving ability
  • Willingness to learn new skills.
  • Preferred:
  • Project Management Experience - Preferred
  • Working knowledge and exposure to downhole Oilfield tools as well as Rubber and Elastomer products.
  • Creo/Pro-E, FEA/CFD design and detail
  • Working knowledge of API 11D1 / ISO14310 / API 6A / DS-1 as well other API specifications
  • Minimum Qualifications:
  • Essential:
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Responsibilities

  • Performs fundamental engineering tasks within the established Product Development Process. These tasks include but are not limited to:
  • Strength of material problems
  • Stress analysis
  • Torque
  • Tension
  • Burst
  • Collapse
  • Compression
  • Complexed statics and dynamics
  • Hydraulics
  • Material/Coating selection
  • Cost estimation
  • Tolerance studies
  • Modifies existing products to meet internal or external customer requirements.
  • Creates engineering layouts for fit, form and function.
  • Prepares calculations and design packages as required to complete design reviews.
  • Prepares, checks and or directs the preparation of detailed drawings and layouts.
  • Coordinates the manufacture of prototypes.
  • Develops experimental test programs.
  • Builds test tools and test fixtures in the test lab.
  • Conducts experimental test programs
  • Analyses test data to determine if the product meets predetermined technical specifications.
  • Prepares documentation as required for Engineering files.
  • Develops new products and services.
  • Prevents or eliminates defects in new or existing products.
  • Demonstrates an understanding of fundamental design tools such as threaded connections, seals, plated surfaces, heat treating, etc.
  • Understands the key limitations and advantages to manufacturing the product in different manners.
  • Conducts the analysis of failures and makes recommendations.
  • May utilize computer driven engineering software to complete complex analysis.
  • Manages projects both large and small with focus on delivering quality work on schedule.
  • Coordinates all activities associated with technical developments, scheduling, budgeting, and resolving engineering design and test problems.
  • Interfaces with vendors and manufacturing
  • Assists others with all engineering activities to include working within the Product Development Process.
  • Anticipates possible failure modes on products and recommends solutions based on experience.
  • Performs comprehensive analysis of critical components to eliminate possible failure modes.
  • Routinely demonstrates the ability to converge on a solution in a commercially viable amount of time in the absence of extensive guidance.
  • Performs task/project of a larger scope than a Design Engineer I; Will lead specific tasks in the project scope.
  • Work assignments carried out to the highest quality level.
  • Performs various other duties and activities as assigned by senior management within the physical constraints of the job.
  • Working knowledge of Oil & Gas downhole equipment - (packers, motors, fishing, intervention equipment, etc).
  • Exposure to downhole products and operations.
  • Performs various other duties and activities as assigned by senior management within the physical constraints of the job.

FAQs

What are the primary responsibilities of a Design Engineer I at Weatherford?

A Design Engineer I at Weatherford is responsible for performing fundamental engineering tasks within the established Product Development Process, modifying existing products, creating engineering layouts, preparing calculations and design packages, coordinating the manufacture of prototypes, developing new products and services, analyzing test data, managing projects, and much more.

What qualifications are essential for a Design Engineer I at Weatherford?

Essential qualifications for a Design Engineer I at Weatherford include 0-2+ years of engineering experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office suite, proven technical problem-solving ability, and willingness to learn new skills. A Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering is also required.

What are the preferred qualifications for a Design Engineer I at Weatherford?

Preferred qualifications for a Design Engineer I at Weatherford include project management experience, working knowledge and exposure to downhole Oilfield tools, Creo/Pro-E and FEA/CFD design expertise, familiarity with API specifications, and experience with Rubber and Elastomer products.

What is the work environment like for a Design Engineer I at Weatherford?

Design Engineers at Weatherford work in a collaborative environment with opportunities for growth and development. They work on a variety of projects related to oil and gas downhole equipment, with the goal of solving complex engineering challenges and delivering innovative solutions to customers. The work is dynamic and fast-paced, requiring strong technical skills and a commitment to quality and safety.

Individually, we are impressive. Together, we are unstoppable. We are One Weatherford!

Energy
Industry
10,001+
Employees
1987
Founded Year

Mission & Purpose

Weatherford International plc (Nasdaq: WFRD) is a leading global energy services company. Operating in approximately 75 countries, the Company answers the challenges of the energy industry with its global talent network of approximately 17,000 team members and approximately 350 operating locations, including manufacturing, research and development, service, and training facilities.