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Reliability Engineer

Job Title: Reliability Engineer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Lloydminster, Canada
Industry:
Salary: Competitve
Start Date: 2018-08-22
Reference: BH-88512
Contact Name: Melissa Sim
Contact Email: Melissa.Sim@nesgt.com
Job Published: August 23, 2018 23:46

Job Description

NES Global Talent is a leading global technical recruitment company providing professional contract and permanent staff to a diverse world-wide client base within the oil & gas industry. Our client, a large oil and gas operator company, is currently seeking a Reliability Engineer to be based in Lloydminster, AB on 12 month contract. Individuals would be required to be local to the Lloydminster area as no LOA or relocation will be provided.

 

Broad overview of position:

This position is responsible for developing methods for improving maintenance, reliability and optimizing the life cycle of assets. The primary focus will be leading equipment criticality assessments to help determine priority for maintenance and reliability tasks on the preservation of assets Utilize reliability engineering tools, such as SAP-PM, Meridium, RCFA, and PM optimization to maximize equipment reliability 

 

Responsibility:


  • Lead equipment criticality assessments to help determine priority for maintenance and reliability tasks, spare part analysis and optimal inventory level 
  • Determine the function, capability, functional failure modes, probability of failure, impact severity and acceptable risk for assets to define the right maintenance requirements to eliminate functional failures and their effects 
  • Utilize reliability engineering tools, such as SAP-PM, Meridium, and PM optimization to maximize equipment reliability 
  • Lead FMEA/Root Cause analysis on equipment failures to contribute to continuous improvement 
  • Provide input to a risk management plan that will anticipate risks that could adversely impact plant operations 
  • Systematically define, design, develop, monitor, and refine an asset maintenance plan that includes: 
  • Value-added preventive maintenance tasks 
  • Effective utilization of predictive condition monitoring and other non-destructive testing methodologies to proactively identify potential reliability issues 
  • Establish and monitor key performance indicators for assets 
  • Support the development of Reliability Centered Maintenance processes 
  • Assist in the financial justification of asset reliability upgrades and improvements using life cycle costing 




Requirements


  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (mechanical, electrical/instrumentation or chemical) or Technical Diploma 
  • Professional Engineer designation or is eligible for designation that is recognized by APEGA or APEGS 
  • Certified Engineering Technologist designation or is eligible for designation that is recognized by SASTT or ASET 
  • Minimum of 5 year’s related to maintenance/ process and industrial experience in Oil Industry /Pulp or paper mill/mining experience with a focus on reliability studies, risk assessment, criticality analysis 
  • Excellent understanding of SAGD process and equipment 
  • Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of field practices 




Only qualified candidates will be contacted.