The Process Engineer will be part of the Site Technical team in the Long Lake Operations Group. The successful candidate is responsible for process monitoring, process optimization, troubleshooting and project development with the Long Lake and K1A process areas.
The successful candidate will report to the Sr Mgr - Technical, Operations Projects & Cost Management.
This position is classified as a Safety-Sensitive Position. You will be working a 4 on – 3 off shift, days only (subject to change) with period weekend on call requirement.
This is a Fort McMurray based position; therefore, relocation is required. We offer highly competitive housing/rental assistance programs to all successful candidates
You will also be responsible for:
Responsible for daily process monitoring and optimization;
Collaborate with operations team on process adjustments to optimize plant equipment operations;
Develop and maintain proactive monitoring tools of the units to predictive and support long term plans;
Maintain focused approach in resolving various operational issues/bottlenecks for the reliable operation of the facility as well as ramp up;
Support plant reliability, maintenance, outage and turnaround teams by providing sound technical advice as process engineer on site;
Participate in daily operations meeting. Provide technical support for the operations group to trouble shoot operations;
Conduct incident investigations and ensure findings are well documented and well communicated;
Liaise with multidiscipline engineers, external consultants and engineering contractors for basic and detailed engineering of projects;
Ensure design and project implementation conform with design intent, specifications and standard practices;
Maintain the integrity of the facility PSI information. Lead/participate in PSM activities (MOC, PHA/HAZOP, PSSR etc.);
Ensure that process engineering deliverables are met in a timely fashion (SAGD and/or Upgrader);
Provide support to the business planning group for monthly planning, statutory compliance, etc.
Who are we looking for?
As the ideal candidate, you will thrive in our dynamic work environment by displaying a positive attitude and the flexibility necessary to manage multiple priorities and challenges. It goes without saying that you have a zero-tolerance attitude towards shortcuts and are uncompromising when it comes to ensuring tasks are done safely.
The following skills, competencies and qualifications will position you for future success with CNOOC International:
Bachelor's degree in Engineering and eligible for professional registration with APEGA;
Minimum of 5 years of process engineering site experience in SAGD and/or refinery/upgrader environment;
A combination of operations and EPC environment would be acceptable;
Previous experience in Inlet treating, de-oiling, water treatment, steam generation, or upgrading will be considered an asset;
Excellent interpersonal skills matched with hands on approach to solving problems;
Working knowledge of all relevant codes, and standards;
Superior analytical, planning and execution capabilities and the ability to develop timely effective solutions;
Ability to work in an integrated team atmosphere but also can work independently;
Computer skills in word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail programs, document control and drawing management systems;
Commitment to the successful introduction of work processes; a safety-first culture; and adherence to Safe Work Practices and Corporate Policy;
Valid Class 5 driver’s license;
Must be legally permitted to work in Canada.
All positions require background checks which could include:
Criminal police record check
All Safety Sensitive positions could include:
Drug & Alcohol testing
Pre-access medical testing
Drivers’ abstract for last 3 years
Completion of CSO (Common Safety Orientation) online course