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Facilities Engineer

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Location: Kenedy
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 20/10/2014
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The Role:
This Facilities Engineering position will provide essential engineering support for Eagle Ford operations and will play a key role troubleshooting facility equipment problems, providing technical engineering evaluations and implementing solutions. The successful candidate will work closely with the operations, design and construction teams to insure all stakeholders are aligned and solutions are communicated for future design improvements.

A self motivated individual with well developed planning, technical and teamwork skills is essential. Field experience and skills in project planning, permitting, crude oil and gas operations, gas separation and compression, production vessel design and construction, pipeline design and construction, safety and environment and problem solving is preferred.

Position will be based in San Antonio, TX but travel to other field locations will be required.

• The primary role will be to support the Eagle Ford Asset Team in the engineering of expansions, modifications and maintenance of existing facilities with emphasis on continued improvement and reliability.
• Trouble-shoot, analyze and solve problems as they arise. Learn from all situations, listen to others ideas and apply solutions to future projects.
• Initiate action that will enhance the operation's safety and environmental record. Ensure compliance with all company policies, procedures and plans along with federal, state and local regulations.
• Project management of engineering activities, including inter-disciplinary coordination, contractor management, and operational interfaces. Able to provide clear project definition, communication, and objectives.
• Plan and coordinate construction schedules and methods to meet milestones and budgetary limits
• Work cooperatively as a team member on a multi-discipline team to evaluate the feasibility and cost of expansion and modification projects, in conjunction with land, permitting, facilities, HES, and the operations team.
• Promote a positive and constructive workplace. Interact with other team members in a manner that will help build respect and achieve goals. Communicate progress, problems, needs, and successes to fellow teammates and management.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Minimum Requirements:

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering; Mechanical or Chemical Preferred
Experience: 5+ years oil and gas industry including field experience and previous onshore facility/pipeline design experience is desired
Computer Skills: Excel and Word are required. MS Project, Primavera, TOW, HYSYS and pipeline simulation software would be a plus
Time Management: Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks at one time is required.
Communication: Must possess excellent communication, teamwork, planning, and organizing skills.
HES: Must have the ability to recognize environmental and safety hazards in the field and communicate these to the proper personnel while instilling the proper HES focus in workforce.
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