Company: Saudi Aramco (ASC)
Skills: Mechanical Engineering
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Saudi Arabia
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Req Number: 17986BR

Position Description:
We are seeking a Compressors & Steam Turbines Specialist to join the Rotating Equipment Division of Consulting Services Department.

The Rotating Equipment Division is responsible for providing technical support for Aramco operating facilities and new projects.

Also, developing value adding concepts and technologies to address corporate challenges and enhance its operation.

Furthermore, maintaining Saudi Aramco mandatory engineering standards and best practices related to various types of rotating equipment.

The Compressors & Steam Turbines Specialist primary role is to lead in developing and recommending solutions to solve plant machinery technical issues.

In addition, specify or review designs, selections, ratings and specifications for new projects or equipment modifications.

Also, the candidate should support in improving Aramco compressors, gearboxes and steam turbines standards and developing value adding technologies and enhancements for Aramco facilities.

Furthermore, the candidate is expected to provide work direction, technical advice and mentoring to teammates and junior engineers.

Minimum Requirements:
As the successful candidate you will hold a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from a recognized and approved program.
An advanced degree is preferred.

You will have fifteen year experience in Rotating Equipment, specifically compressors and steam turbines within refineries, chemical plants, gas plants or similar facilities.

You will be able to demonstrate experience in analyzing performance, troubleshooting, selecting, and repair of process gas compressors, steam turbines and gearboxes including auxiliary components such as seals, bearings and lube oil systems.

Detailed knowledge of international codes and API standards related to your duties is a requirement.

Category II vibration analyst certification or above is preferred.

You must submit five recent engineering reports or case histories on the subject of rotating equipment authored by you.

These reports shall include Compressor and Steam Turbine problems.

Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:

Provide technical consultations for equipment including dynamic (e.g. centrifugal), positive displacement (e.g. reciprocating) compressors, gearboxes and steam turbines.

Lead in developing and recommending solutions to solve plant machinery technical issues.

In addition, specify or review designs, selections, ratings and specifications for new projects or equipment modifications.

Also, manage Aramco standards related to compressors, gearboxes and steam turbines and develop value adding technologies and enhancements for Aramco facilities.

Furthermore, provide work direction, technical advice and mentoring to teammates and junior engineers.

About us:
The Engineering & Project Management (E&PM) business line studies, plans and oversees the construction of the Company's new facilities, including some of the biggest and most complex projects in the petroleum industry. Recently, Saudi Aramco completed the largest capital program in its history that included new or expanded oil, gas and petrochemical facilities, raising maximum sustainable crude oil production capacity to 12 million barrels per day and significantly increasing gas production and processing capacities. Among the recently completed projects was the largest crude oil increment in the history of the industry: Khurais, with a production capacity of 1.2 million barrels per day. More challenges lie ahead, with a slate of new or expanded oil, gas, refining and petrochemical projects in the works. E&PM also manages the Company's Research & Development Center where scientists investigate topics such as the desulfurization of crude oil, advanced fuel formulations for next generation combustion engines, and reservoir nano-scale robots (Resbots™) for injection into reservoirs to record their properties.