Graduate Engineer, WCM

Well Control and Manifold (WCM) equipment is core to all subsea production systems. It ensures safe drilling into the well, the well fluids are contained and the flow rate controlled at all time, enabling safe distribution of the hydrocarbons into pipelines for transport to the production facility. In WCM we develop, qualify, engineer and deliver cost efficient configurable solutions. Our product portfolio consists of Workover-, Subsea Tree-, Manifold- and Interconnection Systems and tooling. Exposure to R&D, Product improvements, Subsea Service operational support and Subsea Projects execution enable our engineers to develop skillsets and networks within multiple business segments of the oil and gas industry. Will you share our vision as our new: Graduate Engineer?

Job Purpose:

You will be a Graduate Engineer for our office at Kongsberg belonging to our EMS Well Control and Manifold department. You will receive training and coaching by your Manager. You will receive on-the-job training and development through participation in our breakthrough projects. Our Graduate Engineers job purpose is to assimilate our vision; to enhance the performance of the world’s energy industry.

Job Dimension:

Functionally reports to: Group Manager, EMS engineering Operationally reports to: Project Product Manager Directly Supervises: N / A Internal key interactions: Subsea Engineering, Operations, EMS, Sourcing, Finance, Legal Job Main Challenges:

We expect your dedication, a mentality of willingness to learn and curiosity. You will dare to ask questions; how can we work smarter and faster?

Job Scope:

You will belong to one of the EMS Well control and Manifold engineering groups where you will have your Manager and receive your training. Subsequently, you will be attached to a development project where you will take on responsibility for engineering of standard products or being assigned to a project for making project specific solution to our clients.

Our EMS Well control and Manifold engineering positions include exposure to all phases of the product lifecycle, from product development into supporting our products in the life of field. You will be assigned a Mentor and a Lead engineer to guide your progress.

Accountabilities / Responsibilities:

Main accountabilities

EMS Well Control and Manifold Engineering may include, but is not limited to the following areas

Product Engineering:

Responsible for the engineering of relevant products, such as manifolds, foundation structures, connections systems and sub-sea tooling, risers and work-over equipment, according to project design specifications and engineering standards, including releasing of product documentation required for procurement and fabrication. Activities consist of:

  • Preparation of product definitions and establishing design input for detailed engineering phase.

  • Follow up internal or external structural analysis. Prepare and review project documentation.

  • Advise during fabrication and manufacturing of products and systems.

  • Provide input in technical meetings with Clients and Suppliers.

  • Give input to VORs and status reports

Design Engineering

Responsible for detailed design of relevant products, such as manifolds, foundation structures, connections systems and sub-sea tooling, risers and work-over equipment according to project specific design specifications and engineering standards.

Activities consist of making:

  • General Arrangement drawings
  • Sub -system layout drawings
  • 3D models
  • Detail drawings


The analysis department is performing state of the art structural analysis and integrity services for Well Control equipment. This is critical to deliver optimal products and system, and support our clients with monitoring services and advanced online, digital solutions.

We are working as an integral part of product and system design, and have industry leading experts on structural analysis, riser analysis, fatigue & fracture mechanics.

Project Engineering Well Control and Manifold

Responsible for the overall technical solution within the Well Control and Manifold sub-system. Activities typically consist of:

  • Leading technical teams in tender and project execution
  • Technical point of contact towards client
  • Establish and follow up engineering plan for sub-system
  • Review and understand customer needs and transform these requirements into products.

Profile requirements:

Must have:

  • Engineering Degree (Master, Bachelor or equivalent)
  • Good verbal and written English
  • This position suits graduated engineers with major area of study within materials, mechanics, static and dynamic analyses, hydrodynamics, marine structures and subsea operations as well as systems.

Additional requirements:

  • Project/Product familiarisation / Energy-service familiarisation / Relevant Software familiarisation

Additional information:

At TechnipFMC we tackle some of the most complex technical engineering challenges in the world. We create safe and sustainable solutions to the seemingly impossible. We bring new levels of efficiency and optimization to vast and complex endeavours in the harshest and most unforgiving environments.

This gives our people a remarkable environment to explore and incredible opportunities to grow. Our people have the opportunity to travel, to work in different places and cultures. To deliver projects with real geopolitical impact, from a desk on the other side of the world. See an idea through from an office in Norway and a meeting in Rio to a deepwater field off the coast of Angola.

We offer projects that will challenge and stretch you. Colleagues across the globe who will stimulate and support you. Opportunities and achievements that will accelerate your development. A sense of adventure that will take you to places you never imagined.

Now that you know about us, we want to know about you, will you share the vision of TechnipFMC?

For more information please contact; EMS Well Control and Manifold, Bjarne Hystad or HRBP Olaug Hole.


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