Utility Operations and Technical Safety Engineering Leader


  • Company:
    Cargill
  • Location:
  • Salary:
    negotiable / monthly
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    7 days ago
  • Category:
    Engineering

This position will lead the implementation and execution for regulated and non-regulated processes including ammonia, boilers, rendering, biogas and any other highly hazardous processes. Ensure consistent development and implementation of Technical Safety expectations and standards to align with Cargill processes to align with North American Protein Group facilities covered by Process Safety Management (PSM). Provide instruction and direction to multiple facility locations for utility operations and support across Canada. This position can be housed in any of our facilities across Canada as there is significant travel required. Principle Accountabilities 40% – Utility Maintenance and Technical Operations: Facilitate implementation and execution of site utility reliability and maintenance in coordination with site Process Safety Management (PSM) programs. Assist facilities with management of the PSM program by providing direction and technical expertise to the facility’s PSM Coordinator, Safety Teams, Utility Teams. Integrate knowledge of refrigeration operations and maintenance into PSM implementation. Serve as a resource in leading and aligning capital projects and Management of Change processes. Follow-through on capital projects by serving as a commissioning and startup resource. 25% – Auditing, Regulatory and Insurance Compliance: Participate and lead compliance audits and Process Hazard Assessments (PHAs). Align strategies by working closely with sites and CPG Maintenance and Reliability roles. Serve as a fire system and insurance inspection leader for facilities and assist in technical knowledge for action closure by working with Technical Safety Program Leaders. 15% – Asset Maintenance and Mechanical Integrity: Facilitate strategies for asset health and reliability improvement for utilities equipment. Serve as a technical expert with asset inspections and follow-up actions from inspection findings. Assist in managing long-term priorities to ensure stable operations through maintenance and reliability. 15% – Incident Investigation and Continuous Improvement: Lead incident investigations and follow-up corrective action prioritization and closure for facilities. Identify actions and initiatives that could be used for improvement of all Cargill Protein utility teams. 5% – Talent Management and Leadership : Coach and mentor talent within utility teams to help lead and develop human assets. Participate in industry organizations to benchmark and influence industry improvements. This position will lead the implementation and execution for regulated and non-regulated processes including ammonia, boilers, rendering, biogas and any other highly hazardous processes. Ensure consistent development and implementation of Technical Safety expectations and standards to align with Cargill processes to align with North American Protein Group facilities covered by Process Safety Management (PSM). Provide instruction and direction to multiple facility locations for utility operations and support across Canada. This position can be housed in any of our facilities across Canada as there is significant travel required. Principle Accountabilities 40% – Utility Maintenance and Technical Operations: Facilitate implementation and execution of site utility reliability and maintenance in coordination with site Process Safety Management (PSM) programs. Assist facilities with management of the PSM program by providing direction and technical expertise to the facility’s PSM Coordinator, Safety Teams, Utility Teams. Integrate knowledge of refrigeration operations and maintenance into PSM implementation. Serve as a resource in leading and aligning capital projects and Management of Change processes. Follow-through on capital projects by serving as a commissioning and startup resource. 25% – Auditing, Regulatory and Insurance Compliance: Participate and lead compliance audits and Process Hazard Assessments (PHAs). Align strategies by working closely with sites and CPG Maintenance and Reliability roles. Serve as a fire system and insurance inspection leader for facilities and assist in technical knowledge for action closure by working with Technical Safety Program Leaders. 15% – Asset Maintenance and Mechanical Integrity: Facilitate strategies for asset health and reliability improvement for utilities equipment. Serve as a technical expert with asset inspections and follow-up actions from inspection findings. Assist in managing long-term priorities to ensure stable operations through maintenance and reliability. 15% – Incident Investigation and Continuous Improvement: Lead incident investigations and follow-up corrective action prioritization and closure for facilities. Identify actions and initiatives that could be used for improvement of all Cargill Protein utility teams. 5% – Talent Management and Leadership : Coach and mentor talent within utility teams to help lead and develop human assets. Participate in industry organizations to benchmark and influence industry improvements. Required: -4 year degree in Engineering or at least 5 year of proved industrial refrigeration and utility operation experience -Process Safety Management experience -Lead Compliance Audits Lead Process Hazard Assessments -Work experience with Cause Mapping Analysis and Incident Investigation methods -Understanding of industry practices for preventative and predictive maintenance processes. -Strong professional verbal and written communication skills -Demonstrated ability to manage and oversee multiple projects and prioritize actions. -Intermediate level proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite of applications. –Experience in CMMS; PHAPro; AutoCAD -Willing and able to travel up to 65% of the time -Must be legally entitled to work for Cargill in Canada Preferred Qualifications -CIRO/ other approved Technical Certification. Ability to obtain CIRO within 1yr. -Government and Regulatory experience in inspection processes -Leading teams through significant change -Ammonia operator training -Work experience with refrigeration, utilities and waste water treatment -equipment and processes -Demonstrated ability to indirectly managing and influencing several facilities for accountabilities Required: -4 year degree in Engineering or at least 5 year of proved industrial refrigeration and utility operation experience -Process Safety Management experience -Lead Compliance Audits Lead Process Hazard Assessments -Work experience with Cause Mapping Analysis and Incident Investigation methods -Understanding of industry practices for preventative and predictive maintenance processes. -Strong professional verbal and written communication skills -Demonstrated ability to manage and oversee multiple projects and prioritize actions. -Intermediate level proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite of applications. –Experience in CMMS; PHAPro; AutoCAD -Willing and able to travel up to 65% of the time -Must be legally entitled to work for Cargill in Canada Preferred Qualifications -CIRO/ other approved Technical Certification. Ability to obtain CIRO within 1yr. -Government and Regulatory experience in inspection processes -Leading teams through significant change -Ammonia operator training -Work experience with refrigeration, utilities and waste water treatment -equipment and processes -Demonstrated ability to indirectly managing and influencing several facilities for accountabilities