- Mechanical Engineering
- Construction Experience
- ASME Codes & Standards
Participates in safety programs and initiatives
Conducts daily plant inspections and walkthroughs
Identifies and scopes potential reliability improvement projects and conducts Bad Actor analysis
Manages unit shutdown planning & execution
Performs FMEA’s and RCFA’s to ensure long term maintenance equipment problems are appropriately investigated with solutions implemented.
Participates in Process Hazard Analysis (PHAs) including GMP and PSSR and conduct Management of Change (MOCs)
Redlines Engineering Drawings and Documents and manages and catalogs engineering documents and drawings
Provides independent quality control of in house and outside contract service
Understanding of company and industrial design and repair standards and maintenance practices
Knowledge of proper equipment design, operation and materials of construction
Knowledge of Engineering codes and standards such as ASME, API, ANSI, etc.
Knowledge of API standards for tank inspection and repairs a plus
Experience with piping systems especially inspections and weld repairs
Knowledge of equipment monitoring such as Vibration Analysis, Ultrasound, Oil Analysis and Infrared Thermography
Degree in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering preferred but not mandatory)
5+ yrs of Engineering experience preferably in heavy manufacturing environment. Chemical manufacturing experience is a plus.
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