Flowserve Corporation System project & standardization engineer in Budapest, Hungary

Company Overview:

Flowserve is the recognized world leader in supplying pumps, valves, seals, automation, and services to the power, oil, gas, chemical, and other industries. With more than 18,000 employees in more than 55 countries, we combine our global reach with a local presence.

Position Description:

Basic Purpose

The System project & standardization engineer, who is part of the Auxiliary System engineering community is responsible for (project) engineering, design & standardization. The incumbent will give direct support to different business units in various location while being and extension of their local teams. He/she will be working on operational engineering activities like order related engineering and design work as well as well as long term strategic initiatives, like development of product, tools and guidelines. This will depend on the load and priorities and may happen under direction of engineering or project management.

Position Requirements:

Principal Accountabilities

The System project & standardization engineer is responsible for and has commensurate authority to accomplish the fulfillment of the following principal accountabilities:

  • Review and understand customer requirements and specifications and make summaries

  • Make selection and initial design of appropriate system

  • Perform static & Dynamic mechanical analysis

  • Perform thermal analyses (either by existing tools, CFD analyses or development of new tools)

  • Make GA drawings, Piping schematics and detail drawings in Autocad or Inventor

  • Direct, control and take ownership of engineering work outsourced internally or externally

  • Coordination of technical aspect of a project (seals and systems where they affect each other)

  • Determine cost of system and create clear proposal for customer in case of scope changes

  • Estimate cost and delivery impact of changes to the scope of supply

  • Handle QA requirements for orders, prepare quality plan for order and components

  • Drawing control and planning of engineering activities

  • Determine if inspection is required and inspect or test as required

  • Investigate warranty issues

  • Join kick off, Hazop meeting or clarification meetings at other FLS sites or customer site when needed.

  • Analyze product portfolio and historical shipment to support rationalization and standardization initiatives and work on R&D projects

  • Support development of guidelines as result of new standardization or new norms/certification requirements.



  • Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent

  • Commercial sense, market knowledge.

  • Organizational skills, flexible and a drive for continuous improvement.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills both in English.

  • Excellent computer knowledge, specifically Excel & Word.

  • Willing to travel to overcome unexpected issues or planned visits (10%).

  • Knowledge of piping, instrumentation and international standards is a plus (PED, ATEX, ASME etc).

Experience in reading and interpreting technical customer specifications is a plus.

Job Posting/Business Card Title:

System project & standardization engineer

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Primary Posting Location:

Budapest, Hungary

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Employment Type:

Full time

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