Location: Tyler, TX
Function/Dept:
Engineering

Summary

Under close supervision, this position will provide engineering support for both ongoing operations and development of new businesses. This position will apply “hands on” field experience with oilfield process equipment design to all parts of a project’s life-cycle from conception to implementation and on into maintenance. Responsibilities will include completing a process model simulation and then designing each correlating piece of equipment (separators, filter separators, Gas Production Units, etc). Company Overview Legacy Measurement Solutions is a portfolio company of White Deer Energy. White Deer Energy is an energy private equity firm focused on the exploration and production, oilfield service and equipment manufacturing, and midstream sectors of the oil and gas industry. White Deer’s investment strategy is to partner with talented management teams and build successful companies. Legacy Measurement Solutions offers engineered custody transfer measurement, production, and process equipment to the oil and natural gas industry from the wellhead through midstream and transmission. Headquartered in The Woodlands, TX, Legacy has two manufacturing plants in Brookfield, OH and Tyler, TX. Legacy Measurement Solutions has 200 employees with 60% expected growth in the next several months. Benefits: Legacy Measurement Solutions is committed to providing employees with an excellent benefits plan and competitive salary. Our benefits package offers: Medical - BlueCross BlueShield benefits options Dental Vision AD&D FSA Life - Company Paid Life Insurance Voluntary Life 401K STD - Company Paid LTD - Company Paid Why Legacy Measurement Solutions? You will be surrounded by people that genuinely care about your growth and well-being. The CEO has a great vision and will get to know you as a person not just another employee.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

May include any or all of the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Responsible for the design of 2 and 3 phase process equipment including the evaluation of different scenarios to determine the best solution as well as sizing of all components including calculations/hydrostatic test pressures, Relieve/Control valve sizing, Meter run sizing, as well as ASME product design and validation.
Coordinates and assists with QA/QC inspections, product deliveries, packaging and storage of finished products.
Analyzes and troubleshoots equipment, and design flaws to determine the necessary corrective action.
Notifies management of any unusual design or application conditions and production or service issues.
Prepare cost estimates for new projects, monitors project budget, tracks/reports hours and performs an expense analysis as required.
Ensures engineering activities are compliant with all applicable regulations, standards, and Company policies.
Implements engineering procedures that align with the project requirements and ensure the safe, practical. application of learned theory in design interpretation and engineering concepts.
Responsible for the prompt, accurate submittal of all required reports and data.
Maintain all assigned equipment and facilities in a safe, neat, workable condition.
Perform all duties in a safe, professional manner at all times.
Observe and follow all company safety rules and policies.

Education and/or Experience

Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical/Mechanical Engineering or related discipline and 5+ years of related experience or the equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Mechanical, electrical and pneumatic system drawings

Computer Skills

Must be proficient with all Microsoft Office applications, databases, e-mail, and web-based applications. Working knowledge of various engineering/designing software programs including Inventor, AutoCAD, Compress and ProMax or similar applications.