Ashland in Lima has an exciting opportunity for a Fixed Equipment Reliability Engineer.
Support the plant safety process exhibiting safe work practices, providing input to planning, contractor interaction, and field observation of personnel.
Implement the Ashland Asset Integrity & Reliability (AI&R) program and coordinate Mechanical Integrity (MI) activities for fixed equipment to meet the plant-specific reliability goals, and corporate and local jurisdictional requirements.
Execute reliability improvement capital projects and assist project engineers with mechanical equipment design detail.
Provide direction to API inspectors for inspection scope and frequency, as well as selecting the most appropriate NDE techniques for the anticipated damage mechanisms.
Work with corporate asset engineers to establish scope and plan for equipment repairs, as well as manage their execution during shutdowns and unplanned outages.
Assist Maintenance and Operations in the planning, coordination and preparation Shutdown/Turnaround work, including work package development, safety assessments, cleaning and vessel entry plans.
Must be able to be able to walk the site, climb stairs & ladders, and make per-required confined space entries.
**This job is based on a ladder structure and the job level (salary) will be determined by the quantity and quality of your experience.
To be qualified for this role, you must possess the following: Bachelors Degree in Engineering discipline (preferably Mechanical, Materials Science or related).
Minimum of 3 Years+ in petroleum refining or petro chemical industry.
Strong knowledge and application of fabrication, inspection, and repair requirements for fixed equipment per API, ASME, NBIC and state/local regulations.
API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector certification is a plus.
Strong knowledge of nondestructive testing techniques and applications, with emphasis on heat exchanger tube inspection techniques.
Strong working knowledge of damage mechanisms and metallurgies leading to equipment failure; ability to resolve and provide solutions for damage mechanisms.
Facilitate FMEA (Failure Mode and Effect Analysis), and be familiar with RCA (Root Cause Analysis) process.
CMRP (Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional) certification is a plus.
Effective communication skills, ability to summarize technical issues for plant management and the plant floor.
Proficient in using Microsoft Office tools (i.e. Word, Excel, PowerPoint & Outlook). Please submit resume to www.ashland.com
Location/Region: Lima, OH (US - 45804)