Friday, October 26th, 2018
Job Order Number: TSG18-541
TECHNICAL SUPPORT GROUP
is currently recruiting for a
for a Calgary based opportunity to work in an operating plant environment.
Provide Process Engineering support to Operations, Maintenance, and Projects teams including analyzing and troubleshooting process problems, championing initiatives to correct deficiencies and improve performance, and being a focal point for providing technical information to internal and external customers.
Process Engineering Design (Non-Routine and Capital Projects) including owning non-routine (MOC) changes and closure
Monitor plant condition and efficiency, including investigating and addressing related plant deficiencies
PHA Participation and Corrective Action Plan Activity including preparation for PHA’s in their areas
Support PSM initiatives for safe operation of the operating facilities, including MOCs, critical defeat plans, PSV removal contingencies, fitness for service assessments
Lead Operational Risk Management assessments. Steward execution plans for plant threats and provide input to the MET
Process Safety Improvement Initiatives (SOLs, PSI, PSVs, etc.)
Incident Investigations and follow-up, release calculations, etc.
Other/Miscellaneous – i.e. GHG, Encon, Process Monitoring
University Degree in Chemical Engineering
Registered as a P.Eng with APEGA or eligible to obtain P.Eng.
5 – 10 years of Process Engineering experience
Experience working with MS Office, SAP
Follow documentation standards and requirements regarding designs, as-built documentation, hazard assessment sign offs and assessment results
Knowledge in pressure vessel, piping codes, heat exchangers, pumps, compressors, safety valves and other process equipment
Ability to perform various process engineering calculations, heat and mass balances, pressure and flow calculations, process simulation, etc. as needed
Ability to read and create various drawings related to process engineering
Familiar with PHA, LOPA, SIL Assessment and other Process Safety Management (PSM) theory and systems is an asset
Ability to lead and influence others; maintenance planners, maintenance leaders, operators, shift leaders, coordinators and Operations Supervisor / Superintendent
Familiarity with and ability to support risk based assessments in chemical processes
Excellent interpersonal, communication, planning and problem solving skills as well as the ability to work in a team environment
Pay rates will be based on experience and current market standards. Only selected candidates will be contacted.
Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit their resume through the form�BELOW.