The Reliability Engineer is the lead of the mechanical integrity and asset integrity program for the sitr. This includes prioritizing and scheduling equipment testing, evaluation of data as it pertains to repair/retirement and establishing testing protocols and guidelines, including vibration monitoring.
Specific Duties include:
Lead the mechanical integrity and quality assurance portion of Process Safety Management (PSM) program.
Perform equipment reliability analysis and recommends improvements based on Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) findings
Identify equipment reliability improvements by doing analysis of equipment trends, historical, and field data.
Lead the design improvements for equipment through to execution.
Analyzes maintenance and reliability work practices to identify performance drivers and updated procedure as needed.
Establish critical equipment spare strategy
Provide support for the facilitys PSM program (as defined under OSHA 29 CFR.1910.119) including MOCs, PSSRs, HazOps, Mechanical Integrity, Incident Reporting, etc.
Ensure the reliability and maintainability of new and modified installations adhering to the life cycle asset management process throughout the entire life cycle of new assets.
Supports maintenance related activities in planning upcoming shutdowns, transitions and equipment requirements
Support turnaround and unit shutdown planning and execution through participation in scope development, providing justification for work items, and providing technical support during shutdown/startup and outage timeframe
Specify appropriate Preventive Maintenance (PM's) / Predictive Maintenance (PdM's) based on Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
Develops and delivers site training to educate, inform and guide maintenance staffs on application of technical standards. Ensures standards reflect both engineering and work processes and supported by industry best practices In alignment with reliability effort provide input into capital projects to ensure the scope meets the objectives of operational reliability
Completion of funding documents together with relevant justification and economic assessment, bid packages and equipment evaluations.
Responsible for working safely in all job aspects and functions.
Adheres to all corporate policies and standards including but not limited to environmental and regulatory, human resources, facility, equipment, operations and maintenance.
Reliability experience in petroleum or chemical industry
Working knowledge of industry safety, design, and inspection standards and procedures.
Education, Certificates, Licenses, or Designations
Bachelor Degree in Engineering (Chemical or Mechanical Engineering preferred)
Experis is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE/AA)