Energy Recruiters has partnered with a leading petroleum refiner to support their search for a Reliability & Inspection Manager. The position will manage inspection and discipline engineering in order to deliver asset integrity, unit availability and reliability.
Based on Experience
Provide leadership and advice to all levels of refinery management in regards to equipment inspection priorities, best practices, and deficiency repair priorities, interpretation of fixed equipment mechanical integrity codes, standards, regulations, etc.
Ensure the mechanical integrity of the refinery including piping, pressure vessels, tanks, boilers, fired heaters, and relief devices.
Develop inspection programs and procedures which will ensure equipment reliability and regulatory code compliance.
Provide support and guidance on asset integrity issues. Have full understanding of asset integrity including the application of appropriate policies, and how and if deviations / deferrals of policies can be managed.
Identify reliability improvement opportunities via failure analysis, root cause analysis, and equipment history review; implement initiatives to ensure continual improvement of equipment integrity and a relentless pursuit of reliability.
Conduct audits, incident investigations, and detailed inspections to manage risk, while creating value for the business.
Ensure that the site's quality assurance processes with regard to maintenance activities are effective.
Work closely with project engineering on new projects to ensure reliable, efficient, cost-effective equipment is purchased and installed.
Interpret data from piping & instrument diagrams, process flow diagrams, plot plans, piping isometrics, mechanical design information.
Provide coaching and supervision to the Fixed Equipment and E&I Reliability Engineering leads and their respective departments.
A Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or closely related engineering degree, in-line management experience, solid experience with fixed equipment assets with a petroleum refinery, and/or petrochemical plant.
Danielle Baase at firstname.lastname@example.org or 252-507-0122