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Kent Recruitment

Computational Fluid Dynamics Engineer

Epsom, United Kingdom
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We recognise that diversity & inclusion are catalysts for success. We’re heightening awareness on the benefits of people diversity, diversity of experiences and diversity of our perspectives. Creating a culture of inclusivity where all employees feel a sense of belonging.

Our combined energy is fueled by different nationalities, across 6 continents and 24 countries. Our commitment is to celebrate character – no matter what ethnic background, gender, age, religion, identity, or disability.

About the job:

Kent is seeking enthusiastic and driven candidates to join our world-class Fluid Mechanics team based in Epsom, Surrey, Greater London. Joining our team, you would be using advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis on projects to solve problems for our clients in a consultancy setting. The role will allow you to develop technical and project management skills through a mix of targeted training, on the job experience, mentoring and continual professional development.

The Kent Fluid Mechanics team provides technical engineering consultancy to the energy industry for problems related to fluid flows and heat transfer. This includes projects in conventional oil and gas, as well as the energy transition (for example LNG, hydrogen and offshore wind). Typical projects include safety assessments (gas dispersion, fire modelling, explosion analysis, gas detection) as well as hydrodynamic assessments, heat transfer and flow assurance. We also support a range of other sectors including power and the built environment.

Innovation is at the heart of our team as we strive to continuously improve our capability and efficiency.

Our reputation is centred on delivering the right engineering solutions to our clients’ problems. We value the relationships we have with our clients: you would help to improve the engineering service we provide, and to build close relationships with the client, founded on trust and delivery.

We are looking for people who relish technically challenging engineering projects. You will be passionate and driven to improve the way we do things and deliver above and beyond to clients. You will be a proactive team player with excellent communication and presentation skills. You will be highly organised and enjoy a fast-paced working environment.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Deliver projects as part of a team. Technical excellence is key to our success, and you would help build on this tradition.
  • Produce high quality deliverables to clients, meeting time and cost targets.
  • Support the development of junior engineers through our projects.
  • Support the development of our internal innovations, tools and capability.
  • Assist in the preparation of cost estimates and bids for new work scopes.
  • Build relationships with existing and new clients through project work and tendering opportunities.

Your knowledge/skills, education, and experience:

  • Master’s Degree (MEng or equivalent) in mechanical engineering or related discipline
  • Chartered or actively working towards chartership status.
  • Experience of CFD modelling in Star-CCM+, or other comparable software.
  • Strong understanding of the fundamentals of fluid mechanics and heat transfer.
  • Excellent report writing, presentation and communication skills.
  • Desirable: experience in the energy industry and/or consultancy setting
  • Desirable: CFD experience in gas dispersion, fire or blast modelling, exhaust dispersion modelling

We are committed to our diverse and inclusive community - a place where we can all be ourselves, thrive and develop. From day one, we offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements, and employee networks to support staff from different backgrounds.

As an Equal Opportunities Employer, we value applications from all backgrounds, cultures, and abilities.

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