Job DescriptionNES Global Talent is currently recruiting for Pressure Systems Technical Engineer for a field based assignment based predominately in the M62 corridor (North West/ Yorkshire). This is a long term contract opportunity supporting their UK engineering field team ensuring all existing pressure equipment in the UK is accounted for and recorded appropriately to comply with UK legislation and corporate procedures.
- To review the current plant process line diagrams to create a full list of pressure equipment for the plant (vessels, piping and relief devices). The work is to be done on a plant by plant basis.
- To review the generated list with existing records to ensure that all pressure equipment is being considered.
- To review the pressure system records to ensure that:
- The design conditions, materials of construction etc. are clearly recorded.
- The company’s maintenance software programme (SAP) reflects the scheme of examination requirements for all pressure equipment.
- To resolve any gaps in pressure system records; by searching through:
- Existing pressure system paper records (plant-based logbooks).
- Existing electronic files (electronic logbooks).
- The company’s drawing and documentation database (STAC).
- Or asking designers, project managers, plant operatives or plant managers whether they have any other records.
- To use the available information to fully document pressure equipment data, recording how as necessary the information has been determined.
- To highlight to the Pressure Systems Engineer – UK & Ireland, any gaps in SAP so that initially they may arrange for the issue to be resolved.
- To review actions from previous pressure system audits to ensure that all issued highlighted have been addressed
- Experience of reading process line diagrams.
- Experience of using and searching through engineering databases (although software specific training will be given).
- An understanding of pressure system legislation (PER & PSSR) although expertise is not a requirement.
- The ability and confidence to work with limited information, to rationally update the pressure system records.
- Good written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills across all levels (technical and non-technical).
- Good IT skills (Word, Excel & databases).
- A driving licence and be willing to travel to the operating sites.