As a Principal Mechanical Integrity Engineerin Sheboygan Falls, WI, you will be responsible for overseeing Process Safety Management (PSM) Mechanical Integrity for critical assets. You will oversee the identification of problems to the implementation of multi-discipline solutions and programs. This will involve working in a team setting with colleagues in a high growth environment.
- Adhere to our company standard framework for Mechanical Integrity.
- Develop and implement new processes and programs within a fast-paced growth environment.
- Oversee changes to ITPM (Inspections, Testing and Preventive Maintenance).
- Work with Subject Matter Experts onsite to best determine such metrics for ITPM.
- Ensure ASME, API, NFPA or other RAGAGEP are included as part of newly developed Mechanical Integrity program.
- Develop and implement risk-based inspection (RBI) methods.
- Establish, develop, or maintain list of 3rd party inspectors, repairers, and contractors with documented qualifications as part of MI program requirements.
- Provide regular status updates, reports, and presentations to senior management and other stakeholders.
- Procure necessary consultants, contractors, equipment, and materials to support capital projects or mechanical integrity developments.
- Develop and manage corporate capital expenditure budgets in the range of $25MM to $300MM.
- Manage and coordinate construction projects as needed, which vary in complexity and scope.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Materials / Corrosion Engineering or other engineering discipline
- 5+ years of work experience in a manufacturing facility
- 5+ years of experience with mechanical integrity and PSM in a chemical processing facility
- Proven track record of working in large matrix organization environments with various stakeholders
- Project Management Professional Certification (PMI PMP) or ability to obtain within one year
- PE License
- Strong knowledge of formal project management processes and tools, and the ability to utilize these tools to initiate, manage, and close complex projects
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, including presentation and meeting management skills
- Ability to understand and provide direction to assure compliance with the policies, codes, standards, and regulations
- Strong knowledge of OSHA PSM 1910.119
- Established track record with standards, implementation of standards and tracking performance as it relates to PSM Mechanical Integrity or equipment reliability for process piping, vessels, relief valves, heat exchangers, pumps, or other critical assets
- Collaborative and growth-oriented
Salary: $100,000/yr – $150,000/yr (Full-time). This is an estimate and is subject to change according to experience and profile.
The candidate must be legally authorized to work in U.S.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however only those selected for an interview will be contacted.