Skills: Rotating Equipment
Education: High School/Secondary
Location: Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently recruiting for a Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer to support a Site in Barrow in Furness.
The role of a Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer is to deliver an ambition of sustainably top quartile safe and reliable operations. The Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer role drives equipment and system availability through proactive mitigation of equipment and system degradation, active support to front line operations and development of tactics and plans for medium to long term. Failure and incident investigation / RCA. Approval of MOC's. Regulatory assurance including SC, QRA's, and OPEP's. Review and accept or reject deviations to codes, standards, practices and guidelines. Approve changes to Ops procedures and manuals. Approval MEDIUM deferrals. Review and endorse MEDIUM ORA's. Check and approve changes to critical documents including P&ID's. Support in the ranking and management of facilities risks. Support in the development of improvement opportunities. Support project scopes and development. Scope and support external study work. Close out or verify actions (e.g. Events, MyHSES etc). Contract management of key service contracts. Scope and Estimate Modification Projects. Approve repair plans (Anomalies/breakdown). Identify and endorse shutdown activities. Drive a mindset of mitigation or elimination of systemic impacts on equipment availability. Visibly support a process safety ambition and hydrocarbon leak prevention plan. Actively support technology development and evaluation. Act as a conduit between Technical Authorities and Performance Standards and front-line engineers and technicians to improve delivery of safety critical and routine maintenance. Actively support an Incident Free Workplace mindset.
Visibly contribute to integrated planning and department objectives
Good communicator and influencer, able to present complex issues in a clear and concise manner. Ability to review and analyse information effectively. Taking initiative and working autonomously also essential. Be a visible driving force for the Spirit Way, our values, leading by example and having the courage to challenge and address inconsistencies across the organisation. Highly developed organisation skills, anticipates problems and identifies solutions. Adhere to the Spirit-Energy values, not only focussing on achieving the tasks and objectives, but also delivering in the Spirit Way. Aspire to excellence in operational and decommissioning delivery taking accountability for performance. Proven relationship-builder across various disciplines and functions. Substantial engineering and operations experience in oil and gas. Very high level of technical and engineering competence. Must possess a valid Basic Offshore Induction and Emergency Training (BOSIET) certificate Experience in large reciprocating compressors would be beneficial to the role. EA3 TA level.
Skills / Qualifications
Wood is a global leader in engineering and consultancy across energy and the built environment, helping to unlock solutions to some of the world's most critical challenges. We provide consulting, projects and operations solutions in more than 60 countries, employing around 45,000 people. www.woodplc.com
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