Website Natgasoline, LLC

JOB SUMMARY / OVERVIEW

The E&I Engineer will be responsible for establishing the reliability of Natgasoline electrical assets at optimal cost. They will develop and implement comprehensive Reliability Centered Maintenance strategy through actions that support the achievement of plant goals, objectives, and key performance metrics. He or she recognizes and acts on opportunities to ensure and/or improve safe, reliable, and cost-efficient plant operations.

This role requires diverse knowledge and experience in maintenance, engineering, proactive maintenance system development, and project management.

The position will help develop a reliability strategy that includes: long/short term objectives, reliability engineering, electrical integrity management interaction (PSM), predictive & preventive maintenance plans and strategies, input/guidance on budget & cost control (OPEX / CAPEX),  directing maintenance & contractor activity oversight (repair/overhaul), contractor strategy & performance input, spare parts recommendations, equipment data management, and mentorship to employees concerning equipment reliability.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and competencies.

•    Develop plant equipment reliability procedures that focus on employee safety guided by equipment industry best practices.

•    Provides input on work prioritization of plant equipment repairs to meet site objectives and goals.

•    Provide leadership and support to ensure the Electrical Integrity program is in compliance with OSHA requirements and Company policies.

•    Ensure effective utilization and integrity of the computerized maintenance management system (Maximo), including program and equipment upgrades, training, implementation, and modifications as needed to meet established goals and objectives.

•    Provide technical support to Engineering, Maintenance, Operations, Inspection, Process, and Project personnel regarding selection, operation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and long-term reliability of plant equipment.

•    Support area(s) including PM/PDM programs, maintenance benchmarking activities, and implement and share Strategic Maintenance Performance Metrics to improve cost productivity, plant reliability, and achieve “World Class” maintenance excellence.

•    Lead document reviews, performance testing, and shop inspections for major electrical equipment.

•    Lead team effort for the continuous improvement of equipment reliability through the development and application of effective reliability strategies such as risk-based maintenance strategies, identification & assessment of risks, root cause and bad actor analysis, and spare parts reviews.

•    Participate in pre-commissioning and commissioning activities that include witnessing equipment installation.

•    Provide team input on the final check-out of new installations. This includes factory and site acceptance testing that will assure adherence to functional specifications.

•    Lead RCA/RCFA investigations on premature equipment failures as needed.

•    Lead team equipment capabilities to partner with equipment vendors and repair shops to resolve technical issues or complex equipment repairs.

•    Support for development and implementation of effective programs for training employees.

•    Work with the maintenance team to develop a contact list and relationships for turnaround contractors and repair facilities.

•    Provide input on Operation Procedures concerning proper startup and shutdown of equipment.

•    Provide input on operation envelope (parameter) on equipment.

•    Perform other tasks as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

LICENSES, CERTIFICATIONS, AND/OR REGISTRATIONS

•    None required.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND/OR TRAINING

•    Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering required.

•    Minimum five (5) years working in the chemical or petrochemical industry required.

•    Working knowledge of industry codes and standards (IEC, NFPA, ANSI, IEEE, NEMA, etc.) required.

•    Minimum ten (10) years related experience preferred.

•    Experience in testing and commissioning of electrical power equipment (type testing, field testing, factory testing, etc.) preferred.

•    Experience working with predictive maintenance tools preferred.

•    Experience in training/mentoring technicians preferred.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

•    Problem Solving/Analysis.

•    Results Driven.

•    Communication Proficiency.

•    Technical Capacity.

•    Teamwork Orientation.

•    Strong leadership and mentoring skills.

•    Strong analytical and project management skills.

•    Working knowledge of budgets, forecasting, and metrics.

•    Effective presentation skills.

•    Demonstrated skills in effective oral and written communication.

•    Customer service.

•    Ability to apply knowledge of materials management concepts and techniques.

•    Project management skills – ability to perform sound analyses on projects.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

TOOLS / EQUIPMENT

•    Computer

•    Copy Machine

•    Scanner

•    Telephone system

SOFTWARE

•    Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Excel, Word, and Outlook required.

PHYSICAL

•    Ability to lift 20 lbs. occasionally.

•    Ability to sit for prolonged amounts of time required.

•    Ability to effectively communicate through various means required.

ENVIRONMENTAL

•    Majority of work is performed within an office environment, including office equipment – such as computers, telephones, and copiers.

•    Requires passing by industrial equipment on way to the office.

•    Noise levels are typically moderate.

WORK SCHEDULE

•    Regular 40-hour workweek, normal duty hours as assigned.

•    May work longer hours to meet deadlines as necessary.

TRAVEL

•    Less than 10% of the time.

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