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Focus of this position will be on Rotating Equipment.

Works closely in building the mechanical integrity


programs & team. Leads the Inspection, Testing, and Preventive Maintenance (ITPM) program for
equipment class (Fixed, Rotating, Electrical/Instrumentation). Working with Planner(s) to coordinate and
execute all work associated with compliance with the ITPM program: planning, scheduling, scaffold
installation/removal, insulation removal/replacement, inspection contractor(s), inspection records and
disposition of recommendations. Leading
the equipment-class-applicable Mechanical Integrity Management System standards and procedures and is
responsible for their implementation and continuous improvement. Leading development and continuous
improvement of specific equipment Reliability Control Plans. Executing programs and policies for driving
compliance and continuous improvement of preventive and predictive maintenance programs. Leading
reliability improvements throughout the site. Leading the development and execution of outage inspection
activity. Direct reports include Reliability and/or Maintenance Engineers. BS Degree in Mechanical
Engineering. 8 years of experience as a Reliability or Maintenance Engineer within a Hazardous Chemical
Industry. Strong working knowledge of Recognized and Generally Accepted Good Engineering Practices for
equipment inspection, testing, and preventive maintenance (e.g. National Board, ASME (American Society
of Mechanical Engineers, API (American Petroleum Institute), ASNT (American Society of Non-destructible
Testing), NEC (National Electrical Code) preferred. Strong working knowledge of OSHA 1910.119
Mechanical Integrity preferred. Professional Engineering Certification and/or Authorized Inspector Certificate
are preferred. Strong working knowledge of PDM (predictive maintenance) technologies and their practical
application (e.g. Vibration, Lube Oil Analysis, Infra-red thermography, Ultra-sonic listening, Ultrasonic
thickness testing, radiographic testing, eddy-current testing, acoustic emission testing and other nondestructive examination methods) preferred. Strong working knowledge of key Precision Maintenance
requirements for mechanical classes of equipment (rotating equipment and/or fixed equipment) preferred.
Experience using reliability analytical tools such as RCFA (Root Cause Failure Analysis) and FMEA (Failure
Mode Effects Analysis) preferred. Six Sigma Greenbelt certification preferred. Strong written and verbal
communication skills preferred. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals at all levels of an
organization preferred. Demonstrated ability to use influencing skills to accomplish goals and objectives
preferred. Must be capable of managing multiple priorities preferred. Capable of business/analysis tools on
the computer (Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Visio, SAP-PM preferred. Strong skills with Meridium is a
plus. Proven leadership skills as a team player/builder and a driver of value-added results preferred. Ability
to work in a functional organization preferred. Ability to energize and develop all levels of the organization
preferred. Ability to lead and develop both hourly and salaried employees preferred.

Provides rotating and fixed equipment mechanical maintenance engineering technical support. Support
production unit maintenance efforts and drive improvements in maintenance work processes, procedures,
performance, and cost. Work activities include assessing pump, bearing, mechanical seal, & compression
equipment performance issues, performing equipment condition assessments, reviewing leak sealing device
designs, and providing QA/QC requirements for both stationary and machinery equipment. Required to
perform in depth investigations to properly identify and eliminate the root cause of incidents, complete and
close findings as required, identify, prioritize and resolve leveraging maintenance/reliability issues related to
areas of responsibility and support unit turnarounds. Additional responsibilities include providing technical
support for plant expense and capital projects in primary area of responsibility as well across the site as
needed. BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a minimum of 3 years of work experience in the
refining/petrochemical or polymer industry. Must demonstrate a working knowledge of all applicable
engineering codes/standards and their application. A thorough knowledge of operating processes,
equipment, and materials, as well as critical analytical skills are needed to effectively evaluate equipment
performance and problems. Must have general knowledge of project management, reliability engineering
and root cause analysis. Experience with both fixed and rotating equipment is preferred. Excellent
communication skills with the ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with all levels of the
organization. Strong interpersonal and leadership skills are critical for the resolution of issues associated
with completing day to day activities and are key to the ability to relate complex concepts to a diverse
workforce. Critical analytical skills are needed to effectively evaluate equipment performance and troubleshoot equipment and process problems. Drive for results.

Corporate position that supports plants across the US. Maintain protection of the environment, health and
safety of employees, customers, and the communities. Provide mechanical engineering expertise for capital
projects, studies and plant issues. Execute approved projects including providing technical direction and
assistance, coordinating with project and program managers, supervising the work of engineering
consultants and contractors, and participating in inspections and start-up of equipment. Complete studies
and various requests for engineering assistance such as providing the mechanical scope of work, equipment
specifications, inspection and testing plans, and reviewing cost estimates. Provide technical support and
training for plant engineers and technicians. Participate in maintenance committees and focus teams.
Assure Corporate policies, procedures, and standards and applicable codes are followed individually and by
contractors. Maintain technical expertise in codes, procedures, selection and application of equipment, and
equipment technology through individual effort and ongoing training. Mentor mechanical engineers to
improve core competency expertise. Direct involvement in design, testing, operation and maintenance of
major rotating equipment. Knowledge of diagnostics and analysis of equipment vibration. Graduate engineer
with 5-15 years of mechanical engineering experience across of wide range of process equipment, process
vessels, and piping. Experience working with consulting engineers.

Our client is a major Oil & Gas exploration and production company.
They are currently recruiting for the position of CSU Engineer - Mechanical
Rotating Equipment, based in Oman.
Job Description

Specify Commissioning & Start Up team resourcing needs.

Manage assigned Commissioning & Start Up Supervisors and


Technicians, including contractor resources.

Coach practitioners regarding application of the Commissioning process


and associated methodologies.

Produce project commissioning & start up deliverables (plans, schedules,


manpower, budget, procedures) in line with corporate standards and methods.

Develop and implement Flawless Project Delivery plans, including flaws


identification, assessment and mitigation actions.

Specify requirements for commissioning contractor support, including


needs for temporary equipment and specialist services, and provide input to bid
evaluations.

Propose project commissioning budget and manage as delegated by


project manager.

Contribute to project design and quality assurance activities and


deliverables.

Provide input to, and support implementation of, project Risk


Management, HSE and Quality Plans.

Manage commissioning & start up execution activities and associated


Permit to Work (PtW) requirements.

Monitor and report status of commissioning & start up activities and plans,
including commissioning contractor performance.

Review/approve commissioning & start up deliverables commensurate


with own Technical Authority (TA) level.

Manage repository for project commissioning & start up documentation.

Manage project application of Completions and Certification Management


System (CCMS) and ensure timely and accurate data entry.

Contribute to company Commissioning information repositories, including


identification and selection of materials for inclusion as guidance, templates,
checklists and best practice examples.
Skills & Experience

Diploma level qualification or higher in an Engineering Discipline


(Mechanical - Static/Rotating, Electrical, Instrumentation/Control and Automation,
Process/Chemical).

Significant oil and gas industry experience including front-line supervisory


roles for operations and/or maintenance and/or engineering. Experience in 'sour'
operations is desired.

Performed in lead role for Commissioning and Start Up activities in


projects through multiple phases (Identify/Assess, Select, Define, Execute)
including:

Implementation of commissioning strategy and execution plan;


Developing, implementing and managing commissioning plans,
procedures and budgets;
Specifying commissioning contractor technical support requirements;

Leading multi-disciplinary pre-commissioning and commissioning activities


(process, mechanical, instrument, electrical);

Technical and HSE risk identification and mitigation (including Flawless


Project Delivery);

Application of a computerised Completions Management System;

Experienced in structured technical review or audit.

Experienced and effective technical coach / mentor up to and including


SG4.

Effective communicator, written and verbal, with the ability to communicate


subject area within multi-disciplined project team.
This is a permanent position.
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Oversee the activities of assigned personnel in the Mechanical section to execute


planned and routine maintenance on plant equipment.

Use CMMS as a tool to plan work execute and update technical information for
analysis and continuous improvement.

Troubleshoot plant problems, recommend engineering solutions. Provide technical


reports to Management.

Raise Purchase and Vocabulary addition request for plant materials/spares.

Prepare component/equipment repair procedures.

Liaise with Vendors/Specialist agents to employ specialist services.

Mentor and develop UAE nationals.

Identify training needs for site workforce.

Prepare Operating/Capital budgets and exercise control within close limits.

Participate in HAZOPs, technical reviews, Risk Assessment, Safety Audits.

Use new technology advise to optimize resource utilization.