I&E Engineer

  • Job Reference: BA12
  • Date Posted: 28 January 2020
  • Recruiter: Ben Aris
  • Location: Houston
  • Salary: $90,000 to $140,000
  • Sector: All Jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time
  • Contact: Craig Stewart

Job Description

As a Sr. I&E Engineer, you will sustain and improve the functional capability of the asset over its life-cycle at the most favorable economics. They are responsible for all electrical and instrumentation matters.Accountable to develop, implement and evergreen the reliability strategy for his/her area of responsibility & align the reliability targets with the business targets of the Business Unit

• Responsible for plant maintenance to ensure production output and maintenance cost targets are met & improved; responsible to develop maintenance budget in area of responsibility; accountable for maintenance budgets in their assigned cost centers.

• Responsible for ensuring shutdown and turn-around scope align with the asset management strategy for the unit and best known engineering practices.

• Responsible for scope definition and accountable for technical acceptance of plant modifications, from the reliability perspective, which can include small projects and mid-size/large projects, as appropriate.

• Accountable to maintain and safeguard the as-built plant documentation standards in his/her area including critical equipment / instrument & safety PM/PdM compliance documentation, as well as control system configuration.

• Pursue trouble-shooting, failure analysis, scoping of more complex problems and handoff to defect elimination. Lead Root Cause Failure Analysis on PCT failures

• Accountable for Management of Change and the subsequent modifications to the assets. Contributes to HAZOP's and unit specific HSE issues. Lead CMFA's for unit of responsibility.

• Accountable for maintaining legal and corporate compliance of PCT installations within the BTN BU.

• Makes decisions with designated assignments. Produces anticipated results to business or technical goals with supervision of results. Shows proven competency in the application and decision-making in those work processes.

Minimum Qualifications 

• Bachelor’s in Electrical or Chemical Engineering or related degree with 4+ years (6 years preferred) of instrumentation and electrical experience or:

• Master’s in Electrical and Chemical Engineering or related degree with 2+ years (4 years preferred)’ instrumentation and electrical experience;