Rotating Equipment Engineer
TAQA has a vacancy for a Rotating Equipment Engineer to join the Engineering team on a contract basis for a duration of 24 months.
Why work for TAQA?
TAQA is committed to helping its employees and contractors work more flexibly to suit both their own and the Company's needs.
Compressed Working Week (CWW)
TAQA offers onshore employees and contractors a Compressed Working Week (CWW) in order to help achieve a healthy work-life balance. The CWW is an arrangement where employees and contractors work a standard two-week work period (10 days) over a compressed period of 9 working days i.e. employees contracted to work 37.5 hours per week will work 75 hours over 9 days (instead of 10 days). The 10th day in the second week of the CWW period is known as 'Flex Friday', a non-working day.
All employees and contractors at TAQA have the opportunity to participate in Agile Working. Agile Working means individuals can find an optimum balance between home/office working and flexibility on when and where contracted hours are worked. The aim is to deliver business results, whilst supporting a work/life balance and promoting a positive culture that supports engagement and retention. Individuals can establish their own working pattern with their line manager to accommodate business requirements and personal preferences within an agreed framework.
TAQA is open to receiving applications from candidates that work variable hours. If this is important to you, we encourage you to talk to us to see if we can make it work for both you and the business.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
BASIC PURPOSE OF THE ROLE
To provide operational and technical support to the nominated asset(s) in operational support of all associated package equipment, mainly in the rotating equipment discipline. The role includes execution of rotating equipment package maintenance, assessing critical spares requirements and ensuring equipment reliability. The role involves carrying out failure investigations, identifying underlying issues and maximizing equipment availability.
The role involves ownership of all aspects of rotating equipment packages and requires the co-ordination of other disciplines to ensure equipment availability and reliability improvement activities are delivered.
Scope of equipment covered includes Rotating Equipment and associated package equipment, encompassing gas turbines, centrifugal compressors, pumps, diesel engines and utility systems such as air compression packages. This role may also be required to support other reliability improvement initiatives, out with Rotating Equipment packages.
- Provides support to the Operations team in the day to day running of the platform(s) and resolution of key package equipment integrity and operational issues.
- Effective management of all rotating package equipment reliability threats.
- Conduct and guide root cause investigations into rotating equipment package failures.
- Steer equipment troubleshooting and repair efforts, with multi discipline teams.
- Identify and implement system improvements opportunities.
- Manages 3rd party support contracts as required.
- Assesses performance and condition monitoring results, ensuring appropriate follow up.
- Supports the asset(s) in management of the medium-term reliability of equipment through ‘look ahead’ planning and seek for recommendations relating to strategic facilities improvements.
- Makes routine visits offshore to ensure package equipment reliability issues and operational constraints are understood.
- Ownership of all aspects of rotating equipment package performance aiming to minimize Unplanned Outages and therefore production losses.
- Participate in scheduling Planned and Corrective Maintenance
- Manage Critical Spares.
- Monitoring of Threats.
- Limit Loss Reoccurrence.
- Implement Cost Effective Improvements.
- Day – Day support of Rotating Equipment Package equipment for assigned asset.
QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS
- Degree or equivalent professional qualification in relevant engineering discipline and significant experience working with rotating equipment packages offshore.
- Current Offshore Medical and Survival Certificate
- Chartered Engineer status with an appropriate engineering council registered body
- Significant experience in offshore operations and maintenance delivery, knowledge of rotating equipment packages, with a high level of knowledge of UK offshore operations and infrastructure.
- Experienced in the use of Computerised Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) - MAXIMO.
- Understanding of key legislation and regulatory framework applicable to UKCS offshore regime with knowledge of major accident hazards, performance standards, assurance, and verification activities.
- Good knowledge of other discipline functions e.g. Inspection, Integrity, Instrument and Control, Electrical.
- Sound knowledge of hazard identification and risk assessment techniques and management of change processes and tools.
- Proficient in Root Cause Analysis Techniques.
- Experience in the management of vendor services contracts.
- Significant experience with ancillary systems within OEM packages for Gas Turbines, Gas compressors and Pumps.
- Proactively shares best practices and knowledge.
- Proven ability to plan and manage resources to deliver results.
- Computer literate with high level of competence in the use of Microsoft Office packages.
- Excellent communication skills.
- Proven ability to develop highly effective working relationships.
- Willingness to travel offshore in regular basis.
- Rotating Equipment Technical Authority
- Operations teams – onshore and offshore
- Maintenance Team
- Engineering/Technical teams
- HSSEQ team
- Packages OEM
- Key maintenance contractors/ service providers
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