Executes the instrument regulatory compliance and reliability improvement processes for assigned operating entities.
SME for plant specific instrumentation applications as assigned.
Works closely with the unit, maintenance, & technology supervisors/engineers to define improvement opportunities and maximize instrument safety and reliability.
In addition, works with the other discipline peers to deliver a results-oriented Reliability Centered Culture.
The efficient and effective delivery of Instrument Reliability Services by:
- Providing Subject Matter Expertise for all instrumentation issues within the assigned units
- Providing direct support to Maintenance and Operations in driving unit reliability and operational availability
- Ensuring units maintain compliance with all Instrument Regulatory requirements. Drives to minimize CTO waivers and provides strategies to support continued operation
- Ensuring relevant I&C Reliability Procedures are current, relevant and in accordance with RAGAGEP and Industry Standards
- Maximizing reliability while minimizing the life cycle costs for instrumentation assets to include PM/PdM strategies, spare parts evaluations, and defect elimination
- Preparing and communicating Instrumented System Health Status to extended team as required to support the Reliability Department's overall communication strategy
- Adhering to the Electrical & Instrument Reliability budget
- Leading all elements of bad actor identification and resolution for units of assignment and communicates results to the organization.
- Drive implementation of reliability improvement plans to increase MTBF and eliminate repeat failures for assigned units.
- Supporting the development and execution the Instrument Reliability Mechanical Integrity Program and site Process Safety Management Procedures.
- Bachelor Science, Electrical Engineering from an accredited university preferred
- Certificate in Electrical required
- Relevant Associated Degree preferred
- 6 (six) plus years of practical instrumentation equipment experience in anindustrial facility with increasing levels of technical competency and proven responsibility to lead reliability initiatives and drive improvement
- Or, Relevant Associates Degree or Engineering Degree with 8-10 years of Instrument and Controls systems work experience preferred
- Or Entry Level with Bachelor Science Electrical Engineering from an accredited university
- Sound knowledge of applicable codes and standards
- Effective oral and written communication and interpersonal skillsGlobal chemicals company with opportunity for growth. You will work with a team of both management and employees who respect and appreciate the importance of PSM in a petrochemicals site.
Global chemicals company with opportunity for growth. You will work with a team of both management and employees who respect and appreciate the importance of PSM in a petrochemicals site.