Rotating Equipment Specialist - Guyana

Req Id:  11055
Job Family:  Engineering - Mechanical Equipment

Georgetown, GY



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Focus mainly in Power Generation Machines / Gas Turbine SOWs following the responsibility below.

  • Interface and coordinate with relevant stakeholders; discipline engineers, maintenance, operations, Asset Integrity team and safety team to resolve issues related to rotating equipment integrity management.
  • Interface with vibrations analysis service provider to collaboratively analyse each rotating equipment condition, develop and execute necessary action plan. Ensure monthly calls with vibration analysis provider and Unit are happening and participate to those.
  • Interface with Maintenance Team (onshore and offshore) as well as with Supply Chain and Logistics departments to make sure that the lube oil and liquid fuel sampling is carried out as per CMMS requirements, and resulting actions are tracked and executed in a timely manner.
  • Participate to Quarterly Performance Reviews with Gas Turbines Service Provider and enforce follow-up of main actions.
  • Manage subcontracts for major inspection/ repair/ overhaul works, supporting in scope definition and clarification.
  • Ensure regular calls (at least bi-weekly) are in place with Gas Turbines Service, Compressors, Pumps and others Provider to discuss action tracker; participate and ensure key stakeholders are engaged in such activity.
  • Deliver/present rotating equipment integrity issues, recommendations, improvements, and /or KPI be it related to procedure, forms, systems, or processes, via bi-weekly mitigation review meeting, technical/management forums, workshops, etc.
  • Keep track of machinery historical failures. Ensure full understanding of main failure modes and gather lessons learned to be shared with Operations Headquarter. Propose remedial actions and improvements to increase availability and reliability of the machines.
  • Promote, recommend and establish new technologies where appropriate. Promote and encourage knowledge transfer and sharing of technical best practices amongst engineering and operations team
  • To actively contribute to Asset Integrity Management (AIM) efforts throughout the Floating Production Storage Offloading (FPSO) asset life cycle (design, fabrication, installation, commissioning, operations, late life operations and de-commissioning/abandonment).
  • To support, when required, the management of the Mechanical Rotating Equipment Integrity programs in accordance with associated technical codes and standards and organizational procedures.
  • To integrate Rotating Equipment Integrity Management programs and processes with Anomaly Management, AMOS Plant Maintenance, HSSE (Health, Safety, Security & Environment) and Process Safety functions to ensure Safety Critical Equipment (SCE) risk reduction measures is in accordance to the principles of ALARP (as low as reasonably practicable).
  • To support the implementation of rotating equipment failure mode and effects criticality analysis when required, root cause and failure analysis, bad actor management, and rotating equipment continuous improvement programs, procedures and plans.
  • Build, promote and manage applicable KPI’s (Key Performance Indicators) related to rotating equipment integrity management.
  • Responsible for the effective review and eventual ownership of all rotating equipment related performance standards. Ensure timely support for technical issues on shore base/offshore requests
  • Ensure rotating equipment budgets and plans are prepared, justified, reviewed and present timely to the Manager.
  • Deliver internal reporting (i.e. SCE equipment anomaly management, bad actor management, etc.) as required by Manager, Asset Integrity. Ensure this is accurate, relevant, timely and clearly identifies areas of significant risks to facilities operations
  • Support the management of change processes: OQs, OTQs, temporary repairs, software change request, chemical change, PMCR, etc.
  • Provide input to new projects through review of design documents and specifications to ensure good operating practice and expertise is incorporated
  • Establish internal audits procedures to ensure rotating equipment integrity management related performance requirements is always met.
  • Establish, track, monitor and report deviations and or deferments related to rotating equipment integrity management.
  • Ensure inventory of key spare parts to maintain and operate rotating equipment is adequately managed


Job Requirements

  • Chief Engineer or Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry and in operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of engine room and topsides equipment, preferentially Gas Turbine GE LM Serie 2500, Peter Brotherhood Steam Turbines and GE / Siemens / MAN Turbo centrifugal and reciprocating Compressors
  • Training certification of the main equipment mentioned in the previous item.
  • Professional engineering certification, and / or intimate working knowledge with international codes, standards, recommended practices such as ASME, API, ANSI and ISO is an added advantage.





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