This position is on the Alaska North Slope, 2 weeks on, 2 weeks off.
Provides mechanical engineering support to facilities design and operations
Provides discipline technical support during the project FEL process for new and/or revamp projects
Provides technical support for problem solving and development of recommendations to reduce or eliminate failures
Keeps abreast of new developments in applicable codes in order to utilize the latest available technology
Assists in the design, layout, testing, and evaluation of mechanical and electromechanical devices or systems
Provides support for design and/or modification of hardware in production
Oversees technical studies
Supports supply chain in mechanical system and equipment procurement activities.
Required and Preferred Skills and Experience:
Senior-level, typically 7-10 years of experience
Understands advanced aspects of discipline and is viewed as an expert in a given field
Applies a broad range of competencies to develop solutions to complex problems
Influences others to achieve objectives
Often provides specialized/technical/functional guidance to others within the department and/or business asset
The Line Lift Engineers role is to support the Corrosion Under Insulation program by generating Engineered line lifts for the line lift crew to execute. Generating an Engineered line lift plan requires a field visit with the line lift foreman, generation of an AutoPIPE stress model, and creation of a two-page line lift document which is issued to the line lift crew for execution. Will need to work autonomously within established procedures and practices.