Our client in Richmond Hill, Toronto is looking for a Reliability & Project Engineer to join their team and work closely with the Maintenance Planning Lead. This individual will help to improve facilities, equipment, and pipeline reliability.
Duties and Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
• Develop and lead the implementation of fit for purpose companywide Facilities and Equipment Criticality Assessment and Strategy programs, to continuously improve reliability and availability.
• Lead and participate in risk assessments, hazard and operability reviews and incident root cause failure investigations and problem solving sessions.
• Monitor up time, mean time between failure and performance of equipment and facilities.
• Perform technical reviews and evaluations of maintenance and reliability practices and procedures, engineering drawings and ensures all projects consider and incorporate risk based and reliability centered best practices.
• Develop recommendations for systemic asset reliability issues and leads/stewards the implementation of the improvements.
• Actively seek out industry best practices and technology and identifies cost effective fit for purpose solutions.
• Develop capital and expense project scope, budgets and implementation plans.
• Define project scope and deliverables, sets and manages costs and schedule, and actively solicits and incorporates stakeholder feedback.
• Execute projects following the stage-gate project delivery model, while adhering to safety policies, Operational Excellence management system (OEMS), and all relevant codes, standards and industry recommended practices.
Required Skills and Qualifications for this position will include:
• Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Chemical Engineering
• 8-12 years hydrocarbon processing/refining/transportation / plant engineering, maintenance and project management experience.
• Professional Engineering designation (PEO, APEGA)
• Pipeline and facility design, engineering, integrity, maintenance and operation will be considered an asset, but is not required
• Experience in developing reliability processes and procedures will be considered an asset, but is not required.
• Project Management fundamentals
• Knowledge of Engineering codes & standards
• Demonstrated skills in project scheduling/Gantt charts, work breakdown structures, change management, project reporting & monitoring.
• Broad based analytical, problem solving and trouble-shooting capability and decision making.
• Strong written and verbal communication and interpersonal/team skills.
• Ability to work with a multidisciplinary team
• Effective non-authoritative leadership skills (NAL)
• Proven self-starter; ability to initiate, recommend and gain support for implementation of solutions and improvements.
• Demonstrated ability to effectively network to seek out and implement best practices and technology.
• Ability to anticipate and identify potential problems and opportunities.
• Ability to identify and implement “fit for purpose” solutions in a small company.
• Experience with Reliability Engineering activities such as Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA), Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA).
• Ability to travel throughout Ontario
APPL, Management of Change, MOC, Operational Excellence Management System, OEMS, Pipeline Integrity, Hydrocarbons, PMP, Non-authoritative leadership, NAL, AER, DOG, Gantt charts, project schedules, gap analysis, work breakdown structures, change management, dashboards, EPC, EPCM
facility and equipment criticality assessment, risk assessment, operational excellence management system, OEMS, P.Eng, refinery, hydrocarbon, project scheduling, Gantt charts, work breakdown structures, change management, project reporting, non-authoritative leadership skills, NAL, Reliability Engineering, Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA), Failure Modes, Effects Analysis (FMEA).