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Baker Hughes, a GE company is seeking a Design Engineer for the Safety Systems product line based in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. As a design engineer, a successful candidate will assist with the design and development of industry leading safety valve technology. In this position there is the opportunity to be involved in the entire life span of a product, including conceptual development, prototype testing, production manufacturing, and field support.
Working within a budget, schedule, and statement of requirements
Working within a team of engineers and testing personnel
Generate engineering drawings, calculations, design documentation, and test reports
Prepare and present design review material for project stage approval
Work with supply chain to ensure design is cost effective
Communicates effectively with external clients and internal project resources and stakeholders, as required.
Ensures that company procedures and design methodology is consistently applied including managing all required project documents as required.
Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering with 2 years of oilfield equipment or mechanical design engineering experience OR Master's Degree in Engineering with 1 years oilfield equipment or mechanical design engineering experience
Ability to solve complex problems by applying known solutions in unique ways or out of the box solutions
Knowledge of CAD systems preferably SolidWorks
Experience in developing 3D models, assemblies, and converting them into 2D manufacturing drawings
Understand how to simplify a geometry for the purpose of FEA
Understanding of hydraulic forces
Proficiency in Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
Must be authorized to work in the US without sponsorship.
Programming ability in Visual Basic or Web based
Knowledge of SAP, TeamCenter, SolidWorks, LabView, or any FEA software
Oilfield equipment design or operations experience
Experience with API standards
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma 74012
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