Company: Shell
Skills: Mechanical Engineering, Rotating Equipment, Maintenance Engineer
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Location: Manila, Philippines
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Job Description

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If you are an experienced Engineer with expertise and can provide Mechanical Rotating Equipment Discipline Engineering support in the frame of the Equipment Reliability & Integrity, then this role is for you.

What's the role?

The Discipline Engineer- Rotating is responsible for ensuring the safe, efficient and reliable operation all Rotating Equipment, according to HSSE and Process Safety requirements, and in line with the organization's business plan.

You will ensure the effectiveness of discipline strategies, practices, and procedures, identifying and closing critical gaps against all relevant elements of the Asset Management System.

Some of the key deliverables and responsibilities for this role are as follows:

  • Periodically review the Rotating Equipment maintenance strategies and surveillance tasks for their effectiveness and efficiency to achieve reliability and cost-efficiency.
  • Act as the owner of the Rotating Equipment elements in the Asset Care Plan, Maintenance Reference Plan, and the Asset Reference Plan and ensure execution of these plans through the annual business planning cycle.
  • Promote empowerment of the Frontline through technical coaching, and supporting competency development of maintenance and operations frontline staff.
  • Ensure compliance of Rotating Equipment discipline activities against the Integrated Activity Planning process. Ensure that the Short and Medium Term plans are realistic and are executed accordingly, including major overhauls, for offshore and onshore facilities.
  • Apply Continuous Improvement tools to drive improvements in safety, technical Integrity, reliability, availability, cost within the discipline.
  • Administer the Rotating Equipment condition monitoring program, including vibration monitoring and periodic lube oil analysis, ensuring timely response to early signs of failure.
  • Maintain a living program for the Proactive Technical Monitoring program for the Rotating Equipment Discipline, aligning practices with other interfacing teams and work processes such as ORIP, PMO, MTA, ESP, etc.
  • Support the Technical Authority Level 2 (TA2) Rotating Equipment (Operate Phase) with the assurance of the following safety-critical element (SCE) groups: PC003 Rotating Equipment, PS004 Firewater Pumps, IC008 Miscellaneous Ignition Control Components - Lead Hardware Barrier Assessments for these SCE groups.
  • Review changes in SCE Maintenance Strategies versus Performance Standards and endorse approval of these changes to the appropriate Rotating Equipment Technical Authority.
  • Assess the suitability and effectiveness of the assurance activities specified in the Performance Standards of Safety-critical Elements.
  • Provide SME approvals to hardware, procedural and documentation changes to Non-SCE hardware via SAP Z6 Notifications, MOC
  • Act as Contract Holder for assigned critical rotating equipment healthcare and supporting contracts (i.e., Siemens, Hoerbiger, and Solar contracts).
  • Ensure timely review and update of Rotating Equipment discipline Critical Documents and procedures for relevance, fitness for purpose, and consistency with technical standards and industry practices.
  • Provide discipline input to engineering changes. Discipline support throughout the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning.
  • Provide SME input to the Reliability and Procurement Teams in ensuring a robust and cost-effective spare parts stocking strategy.
  • Establish healthy working relationships with Original Equipment Manufacturers, Service providers, Shell Principal Technical Experts, and Subject Matter Experts, and peers within Shell and other industry networks.
  • Keep abreast of developments in technologies, practices and industry standards. Replicate and apply these enhancements where it adds value to the business.
  • Keep abreast of breakdowns and pro-actively challenge how to reduce/ eliminate, initiate needed changes to maintenance procedures or equipment as required.
  • Support Maintenance and Operations in ensuring reliable operation and maintenance of rotating equipment through site observation, reliability walks and spot checks of ongoing repairs and other onsite /off-site activities
  • Lead failure investigations and technical studies for key rotating equipment vulnerabilities and incidents, using Causal reasoning or other relevant techniques, within the AMS framework.
  • Provide input to reports, audits, and other company corporate organizations, etc.
  • Hold occasional discipline forums to discuss issues of general interest and promote teambuilding.
  • Ensure discipline input into technical reviews including IPF assessments, HAZOP reviews, PM Optimization reviews, etc.
  • Complete final pass review of inspection packages report after the complete annual inspections, i.e. 4K and 8K inspection scopes on Gas Turbines


Company Description

Shell has been present in the Philippines since 1914 and today employs more than 3,000 people. Shell's diversity of operations in the Philippines attracts world-class graduates and experienced professionals alike. Our commitment to your career and learning is evidenced by our industry-leading career development programme and unrivalled access to a local and global pool of experts. Innovation is imbedded in our working culture, and you will benefit from our drive to help you succeed and unlock your potential. The Shell companies in the Philippines (SciP) include various companies operating in oil and gas exploration, production, oil refining, distribution and sales to consumers. Pilipinas Shell Petroleum Corporation (PSPC) refines, blends, transports and sells a wide range of high quality fuels, lubricants, liquefied petroleum gas, bitumen and other specialty oil-based products. It operates a 93-thousand barrels per day refinery, 22 oil depots across the country and over 970 retail stations nationwide.


Requirements

What we need from you:

 

  • At least 5 years in the Oil & Gas Industry.
  • Expertise in Condition Monitoring & troubleshooting of Rotating Equipment, Failure Analysis
  • Knowledge of Rotating Equipment design principles, operation, and maintenance
  • Experience in diagnostics, troubleshooting and failure analysis of Gas Turbines, Pumps, Compressors, and Engines.
  • Knowledge of Reliability Centered Maintenance or equivalent Risk and Maintenance Management Tools.
  • Knowledge in vibration analysis and diagnostics.
  • Experience in working during Turnarounds, Routine Maintenance, Startup and Commissioning of Rotating Equipment in the oil and gas industry.
  • Knowledge of applicable industry standards and codes such as API, ISO, and Shell DEPs, used widely for Rotating Equipment

 

Disclaimer

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Shell is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

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