Perform a specialized level of analysis in the area of rotating & reciprocating equipment; act as equipment subject matter expert and provide training services.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Perform diagnostics on rotating and/or reciprocating equipment to identify underperforming equipment, mechanical failures and limits around emission control requirements. Operate multiple diagnostic programs related but not limited to vibration analysis, compressor/engine analysis, ultrasonic analysis, IR scanning, and engine exhaust emission testing.
Maintain, prepare, and/or interpret reports including but not limited to equipment performance, emissions, oil analysis, vibration, ultrasonic, infrared, inspection, and work orders.
Attain proficiency in and utilize the corporate asset management tool, Maximo.
Maintain and calibrate analysis equipment per manufacturers' recommendations. Follow ONEOK retention policy for all required documentation.
Operate emission monitoring equipment and maintain proficiency with associated software.
Maintain proper equipment performance. Trouble-shoot and perform minor repairs or make adjustments to engines with emission air fuel control systems in order to obtain the permitted emission levels.
Provide technical support to area mechanics, Operations and Engineering, relative to engines, compressors, pumps, motors, gearboxes, etc.
Provide technical support for incident investigations and failure analysis reports.
Provide project and operational support during key design and start up phases to ensure key reliability expectations are met.
Attend on and off-site training courses and pass all qualifying tests.
Conduct training sessions with Mechanics, etc.
Identify O&M project needs, based on equipment condition performance and reliability.
Trend data to help predict when equipment maintenance is required to maximize the economic run time and operational availability.
May be required to perform additional duties as assigned.
Regular and reliable attendance is required in performance of job is required.
Work overtime and must maintain availability for call outs and extended travel when necessary.
Education and Experience
5 years as an industrial mechanic maintaining compressors (reciprocating, screw and centrifugal), internal combustion engines, fans, pumps, and electric motors.
5 years in the oil and gas industry, preferably in the gas compression discipline, system or processing.
Analytical skills and demonstrated strength in their utilization.
Strong mechanical trouble shooting skills and demonstrated strength in their utilization.
Demonstrated knowledge of emissions monitoring and the use of an engine emission analyzer.
Working knowledge of the safe and compliant operation of internal combustion engines, reciprocating/screw compressors, gas turbines, pumps, motors, gearboxes, etc.
Strong computer skills/software & hardware applications (not limited to Excel, Word, Power Point and Outlook).
Strong mathematical skills.
Demonstrated ability to assume responsibility, perform duties and handle multiple tasks under potentially stressful conditions.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team, with a strong sense of urgency.
Demonstrated ability to embrace excellence around safety and environmental stewardship.
Electrical experience helpful.
Communicate and/or exchange information or instruction.
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