Skills: Mechanical Engineering, Reliability Engineer
Experience: 7 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Location: Saudi Arabia
Req Number: 18928BR
We are seeking a Reliability/Mechanical Engineer to join Khurais Producing Maintenance Division (KhPMD), under the Khurais Producing Department (KhPD).
The organization handles all reliability activities for all rotating equipment at KhPD (CPF, satellite GOSP and CAPD)
The engineer shall be the focal point of contact person responsible for any critical or major equipment troubleshooting or failure analysis. Also, manage to collect all information necessary (process, vibration, assembly, etc.) to complete the investigation.
The successful candidate should hold a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering.
Minimum of 7 years' experience, preferably in the oil, gas, or similar process industry.
Wide experience in rotating equipment and reliability function.
Comprehensive knowledge and practical experience in troubleshooting and investigation, failure mode analysis and familiar with reliability programs.
Knowledge of international standards and practices related to maintenance and reliability.
Valid internationally recognized professional certifications such as CMRP, vibration analysis Cat 1/ Cat 2/ Cat 3/ Cat 4 or any reliability related certificate.
Able to operate and configure reliability related system such as System 1, handheld vibration sensing tools, lubrication condition monitoring, IR camera, Ultrasound, MCE and etc.
Duties & Responsibilities:
You are expected to be able to perform the following:
Be focal point of contact regarding rotating equipment with organizations outside the facility such as PMT, CSD, vendors, contractors, service shops, etc.
Review and update maintenance strategy annually to optimize equipment maintenance tasks (decide which equipment should be under PM, PdM, or Proactive).
Review machinery repair procedures and work scopes in coordination with the workshops.
Review T&I scope and add any work if needed on rotating equipment during the T&I.
Identify new technologies and techniques to assist the organization in shifting from a preventive mode into a proactive mode.
Review engineering request packages for any machinery modifications or upgrade and provide comments.
Calculate and update the monthly and YTD asset KPI's.
Issue reliability program monthly report (MTBF, bad actors, etc.) updating the equipment health progress, and reporting failures and successes.
Follow up on the area's EMP programs and trends.
Establish asset's fault analysis database ensuring all data, drawings, and information are complete and all modifications are updated
Investigate trips on critical equipment to identify root causes and recommend solutions.
Oversee the PM, PdM, PaM and RCM programs.
Perform life cycle cost for bad actors and expensive repairs.
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