This position will be responsible for providing Mechanical Integrity and Reliability Engineering support to the
seven Regeneration Services manufacturing sites. We are seeking a 4 year Degreed Engineer or higher
with 10 years of experience in Mechanical Integrity, Mechanical Engineering & Reliability Engineering.
The major focus will be on providing leadership and directions to sites, project and business teams that
includes mechanical & engineered systems, rotating equipment, materials of construction, Fitness for
Service, RCFA, RBI, mechanical system analysis and fabricated equipment design.
Provide input and guidance to other engineers, technicians, plant and business personnel on critical PSM
Mechanical Integrity and Mechanical Engineering systems and principles,
2.Provide business wide direction on piping system analysis and improvements such as piping flexibility
studies, flanged connections.
3.Provide Leadership and direction on the application and implementation of consensus codes and
standards such as ASME, API 510, API 570, API 653, NACE, ASNT.
4.Provide Leadership and guidance on the implementation and execution of Jurisdictional Codes and
5.Provide Welding and Fabrication Leadership and direction to site and Project teams MIQA systems.
6.Providing leadership and direction on the application of new and innovative NDE methods and systems.
7.Lead cross-functional teams in developing and updating pipe and valve codes.
8.The ability to lead and conduct RCFA's.
9.Lead physical failure analysis investigations of mechanical and instrumented systems.
10. Lead cross-functional teams in reviewing, updating and developing new Engineering Standards,
11. Identify Predictive and Preventive Maintenance Strategies, and Operating Principles of common rotating
and fixed equipment
12. Identify, Plan, and Execute component-level Mechanical Improvement Projects as necessary to
incrementally improve plant performance
13. Leading proactive projects to maintain or upgrade installations of rotating and fixed equipment and related
14. Evaluate equipment failure modes that will assist in eliminating/mitigating potential future failures.
15. Monitor equipment performance and evaluate equipment history and failure trends to determine sources
of poor component performance
16. Provide leadership and direction to sites, project and business teams to Define the proper levels of Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance Program. Which will include, motor circuit analysis,
vibration analysis, lubrication, thermography and other NDE methods.
17. Review engineering specifications/drawings and propose design modifications to improve the mechanical
Integrity of process equipment, such as fixed, rotating and instrumented components
BS in Engineering
Minimum 10 years relative experience working in/on Mechanical Integrity and Quality
Assurance programs or in Maintenance Supervision
Minimum 10 years of manufacturing (chemical industry preferred)
Manufacturing experience which includes exposure to Safety, Health, Environment,
Quality, Maintenance and Continuous Improvement systems and tools
Working knowledge of Process Safety Management (PSM)
Ability to perform confined space entry
Familiarity with national standards such as API 510 & 570 & 653, ASME B31.1 & B31.3,
NBIC, NACE SP 0294
Familiarity with Non Destructive Testing methods such as Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT),
Magnetic Particle Testing (MT), Radiographic Testing (RT) , Thermal/Infrared Testing
(TIR) , Ultrasonic Testing (UT) , Vibration Analysis Testing (VA), etc..
Familiarity with various welding techniques
Experience working with Highly Hazardous Chemicals/High Hazard Process
Experience with SAP
Experience in Root Cause Failure Analysis and Incident investigations
Demonstrated collaborative problem solving, excellent planning and organizational skills
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and team work
Strong analytical skills
Proactive problem solving and utilization of data in a timely manner
Be extremely detail oriented with excellent written and communication skills
Current and valid driver's license
Willing and able to work in a High Hazard environment; outdoors, indoors, elevated heights and confined
Willing and able to wear required PPE (personal protective equipment) such as steel toes, hardhat,
protective eyewear, etc.
Willing and able to climb stairs, ladders, stand, walk, stoop, bend, kneel, crawl, visual acuity for close
work, able to reach overhead, able to hear and respond to alarms.