John Crane Recruitment 2020 | Engineer- Projects | BE/ B.Tech/ Diploma – Chemical/ Mechanical/ Industrial Production Engineering | Bangalore
Company: John Crane
John Crane is an American company, now a subsidiary of Smiths Group and provider of engineered products and services including mechanical seals, couplings, hydro-dynamic bearings, seal support systems, filtration systems and artificial lift.
The company services customers in the energy services sector including production, transmission and storage, refining, power generation, petrochemical, pulp and paper, and mining industries.
John Crane is the largest division of Smiths Group plc, a global technology business listed on the London Stock Exchange
Company Website: www.siemens.com
Positions: Engineer- Projects
Salary: As per Industry
Job Location: Bangalore
Experience: 2 – 3 Years
Education: BE/ B.Tech/ Diploma – Chemical/ Mechanical/ Industrial Production Engineering
- Reviewing project specifications, datasheets and bid documents to establish customer requirements
- Preparing techno-commercial project proposals/bids for seals / API systems
- Provide replies to request for techno-commercial clarifications regarding the submitted proposals
- Reviews Tender documentations including detailed reviews of the Instructions to Tenders, Scope of Work, Key contract Dates, Commercial terms and conditions
- Review and identify any inconsistencies in the Invitation to tender documents and, if necessary, seek clarification from the customer
- Co-ordinate with the systems group regarding detail design of proposed API sealant systems and pricing
- Co-ordinate with Global Engineering team to obtain critical or special Applications sign off.
- Attend kick-off meetings prior to order finalization when required
(Post order phase)
- Contract review
- Handover to operations coordination & engineering teams
- Support Projects Coordinator to resolve the customer techno-commercial queries / issues arising during drawing approval stage or manufacturing phase as appropriate
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