Our client, the third largest producer of Canadian oil and natural gas and the second largest refiner and upgrader with extensive midstream and downstream infrastructure, has an immediate need for a Reliability Engineer – Asset Integration. This is a contract position for one (1) year located in Calgary, Alberta, or Lloydminster Saskatchewan.
The “Reliability Engineer – Asset Integration” is responsible for providing reliability engineering support for new projects and MOC’s, and for coordinating resulting updates to equipment records, PM plans and critical equipment sparing.
Engaging with project leads and discipline engineers to obtain and ensure correctness (tagging, equipment details, etc.) of project and MOC documentation for the purpose of asset and maintenance program integration
Front-end loading equipment lists and details for master data creation, criticality analysis, task list development and critical spares evaluation
Performing asset criticality analysis for new projects and MOC’s
Performing stocking level analysis on larger projects or as needed
Providing technical support for the creation of SAP hierarchy, PM and task list creation, and critical spares evaluation for new projects and MOC’s
Providing project management support for asset integration projects, such as stakeholder engagement, building project schedules, progress reporting and cost control
Identifying areas for continuous improvement and optimization of processes, incorporating best practices
5+ years of experience with oil and gas facility maintenance and reliability, preferable SAGD operations experience
Professional Engineer designation with APEGA or APEGS, or eligibility for licensure
Strong working knowledge in SAP Plant Maintenance, specifically related to equipment records and PM programs
Working knowledge of asset data management processes and best practices
Effective interpersonal, communication, organizational skills, and ability to work in a team environment
Effective time management, interpersonal, and organizational skills, and ability to work in a team environment
Depending on where the successful candidate lives, this position can be based in the Calgary or Lloydminster
Work Schedule – Mon – Fri, 40 hours per week Travel required: Occasional Field visit
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