Purpose of Job
Evaluates, develops, and manages the Instrument regulatory compliance and reliability improvement processes for the operating entities across the site. Works closely with the unit, maintenance, & technology managers to define improvement opportunities and maximize the safety and reliability of the plant instrumented systems. In addition, works with the other discipline peers to deliver a results-oriented Reliability Centered Culture.
The efficient and effective delivery of Instrument Reliability and Regulatory Compliance thru:
- Providing Subject Matter Expertise, either personally or via resources within their control, with direct support to Maintenance and Operations in driving unit reliability and operational availability.
- Creating, implementing, and managing fundamental reliability work processes to include program development, training effected personnel, and compliance auditing.
- Maximizing reliability while minimizing the life cycle costs for instrument assets to include Incident Investigations, PM/PdM strategies, spare parts evaluations, and defect elimination.
- Ensuring Key Performance Indicators are in place, current, and used to make decisions.
- Specific Responsibilities:
- Directly supervise Instrument Engineers and Specialists to include coaching, training, and mentoring.
- Develop and adhere to the Instrument Reliability budget.
- Develop Yearly Bad Actor Equipment Lists and implement reliability strategies to increase MTBF and eliminate repeat failures.
- Develop and Maintain the Instrument Reliability Mechanical Integrity and serve as a Site SME on OSHA PSM Regulatory Compliance for Instrumented Systems.
- Bachelor Science, Electrical Engineering from an accredited university required
- Certified Reliability Professional (CRL) - preferred
- 9 + years of practical Instrumentation Engineering experience in a PSM covered process facility
- 5 years experience in a Supervisory or Management Role
- SME in application, maintenance and reliability for a multitude of Instrument Technologies
Required Personal and Professional Skills
- Sound knowledge of applicable codes and standards to include OSHA PSM Regulations
- Effective oral and written communication and interpersonal skills
- Management style must include values driven leadership, data driven decision making, cultural sensitivity, business acumen, professional demeanor, and unquestionable integrity.
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.