MAINTENANCE ENGINEER - JOB ID 600
Tasks & Responsibilities
Ensures that the equipment in the CFT are maintained in a cost-effective manner by:
Preparing non-RIK repair scopes for both on site and off-site work for all (P0, P1, P2, P4 and P3 if assigned).
Stewarding and collaborating with the lead engineer to recommend appropriate action to repair equipment.
Work closely with maintenance execution and planning personnel to solicit feedback on repair scopes.
Completing fitness for service assessments and provide recommendations on repair, replace, or return to service.
Monitors asset health and provides the Reliability Lead recommendations:
Review of condition monitoring information for detection of equipment health issues or functional failures. When a pending failure is identified the maintenance engineer is responsible to intervene in collaboration with operations and maintenance.
Periodic field walk downs as requested by operations and maintenance.
Provides recommendations to changes in operating/maintenance procedures to ensure adherence to equipment TOE.
Performs asset assessments if long term/multiple TOE exceedances result in asset life reduction or inability to meet next planned major maintenance event.
Lead/support trouble-shooting initiatives providing a clear understanding of the problem and recommend corrective actions
Responsible to manage change to address risks associated with required equipment changes..
Entering MOC recommendations into the system regarding equipment changes with completed risk ranking in order to manage equipment risks.
Responsible to be a change leader and/or MOC task processor for changes related to equipment condition, obsolescence, improvements, or availability of replacement components.
Ensures high quality materials are received and installed by:
Working with QA, supply chain, and vendors to ensure that appropriate engineering review plans are established for fabrication of new/replacement equipment in accordance with guideline GL-EM-004-04.
Providing SCM with material technical details as well as input on material cost and repair schedule. Provide vendor repair work scopes (if required) to facilitate vendor repairs of damaged components.
Works with reliability team to drive continuous improvement for assets by:
Recommending opportunities for the area reliability improvement plan. This includes material improvements, equipment design changes, bad actors, input in procedure changes and equipment strategy improvements.
Supports the sustainment of M&R Asset Information by:
Providing feedback to the reliability engineer on deficiencies for master data.
Updates drawings for the CFT assets in the document management tool while complying with the management of change (MOC) process for as-found conditions.
Supports sustainment of asset strategies by:
Recommending changes to the reliability engineer for asset strategies based on asset condition or as found damage.
Support Major Event/Turnarounds by:
Providing technical oversight of removal/installation of equipment or components.
Support Turnaround planning by reviewing plans and schedules.
Complete found work repair scopes.
Guidance on any deviations required for SOW.
Prompt response to requests for information.
Completing fitness for service evaluations and determining whether to repair or return to service.
Support Routine Maintenance Planning and Execution by:
Provide front line first response to support maintenance troubleshooting on a daily basis
Providing clarity on engineered scope of work.
Providing timely recommendations on found work through endorsed repair requests.
Supports planning by providing technical advice on repair plans based on scope of work.
Develop inspection scopes for pressure vessels.
Day to day advisory influence includes prioritizing maintenance with the maintenance coordinator, recommendations to repair or replace equipment based on assessed damage.
Works with the Reliability Lead to ensure that change management activities, including creation, tracking and implementation of all changes are complete and effectively communicated to all impacted personnel.
Participate in incident investigations relating to equipment failures and ensures all follow-up recommendations are completed.
Responsible for discipline specific equipment owned by the CFT.
Equipment design, operation, and maintenance
Process safety management
Understanding of maintenance processes
Problem solving, prioritization and decision making
Equipment assessment including fitness for service evaluation
Maintenance repair practices
Commissioning, start-up and shut-down, turnaround experience is an asset
Working knowledge of relevant codes and standards related to engineering discipline.
Essential Experience and Job Requirements
Engineer in Training (EIT) preferred.
Electrical & Instrumentation Engineer with 1-5 years of experience would also be considered.
Primarily an office job, however, daily, and frequent trips into the plant are required to assess asset condition and support maintenance execution. Estimated that 70% office and 30% field.
Location: Fort McMurray site-based position
Duration: 12 months
We would sincerely like to thank all interested applicants, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted at this time.
If selected for onboarding, you may be required to undergo a background check and substance test in accordance with job site policies.
WestCorp Solutions Ltd. is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from all qualified individuals. We are committed to help build a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we live, and where every team member has the opportunity to reach their full potential.
Job Type: Fixed term contract