Who are we?
Founded in 1924, Irving Oil is a family-owned company with operations throughout Eastern Canada, New England and Ireland with a focus on providing exceptional service and high-quality products to our customers. Every day, we strive to put our good energy in action to bring families together, support the environment and local wildlife, and to create learning opportunities that empower the next generation.
Here's what you can expect from us
When you're a part of our team, you'll see how we bring good energy to our business and our employees. Together, we will support our corporate strategy, high standards and the communities where we live and work. Our collaborative approach, commitment to diversity and inclusion along with our safety-first culture helps reinforce our internal brand position where People Matter. That's why we're dedicated to the development of our employees, so that they can reach their career goals.
What you can expect in a typical day
The Marine Terminal Engineer provides day-to-day technical support to our Marine Terminal Operations and Maintenance and Projects teams. This includes the development, review, and approval of engineering work orders and technical memos. You will also develop and work with Management of Change (MOC) documents and projects involving fixed and rotating mechanical assets and electrical and instrumentation equipment. Working with the SMEs in these areas, you will ensure assets and processes at every terminal in our network are maintained by following standard processes. With 11 marine terminals, we want to make sure that we optimally extend the life of our assets while operating them safety, economically, and with a high degree of reliability.
This position also spends a considerable amount of time in the field in year-round conditions, so you must be able to climb ladders, crawl into confined spaces, lift up to 50lbs, bend, stoop, and kneel. You must be able to and willing to wear all PPE as required by safety standards.
Clearly set expectations for safety, quality, and productivity with employees and contractors.
Work with SMEs to define technical standards, equipment standards, policies, and associated procedures; ensure they are properly documented, shared with, and accessible to those who need them.
Work with stakeholders to execute on large and small projects.
Focus on compliance across the entire terminal network.
Put metrics in place to measure the success of new programs and strategies.
Improve asset reliability by incorporating industry best practices, technologies, and processes into technical standards.
Identify as well as implement opportunities for improvement for equipment, processes, training, or anything else related to marine terminals.
Support the process safety management plan by providing technical expertise across our terminal operations. This includes operating practices, maintenance, asset integrity, etc.
Support, provide input, and act as the terminal champion for our asset integrity program.
Develop and support a risk management plan. Take actions from incident investigations to help determine root causes and recommend corrective actions.
Recommend design, operational, or maintenance changes to improve the reliability of fixed and rotating mechanical assets.
Work closely with other Irving Oil business lines (Refineries, Sales & Marketing) to stay up to date on best practices, learn from past experiences, and leverage subject matter experts to support the One Company initiative.
What you’ll need to succeed
Strong project management skills.
Proven problem solving skills with the ability to find resolutions quickly.
Ability to manage multiple priorities in an ever changing environment.
Able to quickly build rapport and credibility to provide guidance to terminal operations as well as third-party contractors, project managers, and rail operations teams.
The ability to travel with minimal notice to the Northeastern U.S. and within Quebec and Atlantic Canada is required. Travel can be 25% - 50% of your time.
Education and experience
University degree in mechanical or chemical engineering.
PEng designation a definite asset.
5+ years of experience in a directly related role.
Prior experience working in terminal operations an asset.
Experience writing and interpreting standards, e.g. technical standards for mechanical equipment.
Irving Oil supports a diverse and inclusive work environment and welcomes applications from all qualified applicants.
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Saint John, NB