Role Definition

Integrated within the department Structures and Piping department, we are looking for a Valve and Connectors engineer who will be supporting tender and/or project on Valve and Connector related scopes of work.


Under the responsibility of the Valves and Connector lead engineer, your main responsibilities will be to:

• Provide expert skills and knowledge in Valve and Connector related scopes to the Structures and Piping engineering team, including supporting other engineering disciplines .

• Works as part of the project team, supporting the Lead Engineer in performing engineering for successful project delivery.

• Ensures full traceability of the technical development of the assigned scope throughout the life of the project.

• Ensure that QA/QC process is well followed.

• Interface with project team, engineering teams (welding, installation methods, operation, materials etc) and SCM.

• Manage valve and connector packages.

• Be aware of the overall project planning and responsible of the planning of their Scope of Work.

• Ensure that know-how is transferred within the discipline. Attend to discipline meeting as required


  • You have a Degree in Engineering, from a recognised institute in; Mechanical, Civil, Aeronautical, Automotive or Naval Architecture along with 10 years proven experience in a similar role providing Valve and Connector expertise
  • Knowledge : Valve , Connector,Package Management, Document Control
  • Your English is fluent
  • Experience in working in a multi-disciplined system engineering team
  • Ability to prioritise own workload, manage time accordingly and inform team members where constraints will affect a project in terms of programme or budget.
  • Demonstrable ability to work within time/budget constraints
  • Ability in working in multicultural group


  • Duration: 12 months (extendable)
  • Location: Paris area
  • Country: France
  • Contract type: Permanent or Contractor
  • Seniority level: Senior Engineer
  • Field of activity: Offshore / subsea oil &gas