TAR Mechanical Engineer

On Line People Limited
26 Jul 2019
23 Aug 2019
Contract Type
On Line People Limited are currently looking for a TAR Mechanical Engineer to work for one of our major clients based in Hull. This is initially a contract position until approx. June 2021.

The TAR Engineer (Mech) role forms part of a multi-disciplined Team accountable for selecting, developing and implementing TARs for European Acetyls delivering safety & compliance, reliability & availability, optimisation & growth in line with the agreed TAR statement of requirements.

Key Accountabilities

Turnaround Engineer (Mech) will lead the mechanical discipline work scopes of the Turnaround during the preparation phase of the TAR;

* Leading activities and working with groups within the wider Operations and Engineering & Maintenance teams for Turnaround activities;

* Own the "master" Mechanical JTD's for repeatable equipment items, and the templates for new/emergent work in order to standardise the planning and preparation information;

* Review and validation of TAR work list and scope challenges;

* Defining, planning and executing TARs within integrated, multidiscipline delivery team;

* Participating in or leading Turnaround risk alert reviews, audit and Peer review to identify gaps and work towards mitigation of those risks;

* Develop work packs covering Job Technical Details, vendors, sub-contract requirements and take ownership for the overall preparation and estimation of JTDs;

* Participation in developing HSSE TAR strategies and plans;

* Lead Job Hazard Assessments (JHAs) of key work scopes and establish clear mitigation plans;

* Ensure timely handover of equipment, units and systems to operations during the TAR event and ensure proper close outs of Turnaround works post events;

* Contribute towards TAR excellence processes, standards and procedures;

* Promote and actively engage in Continuous Improvement activities, working with teams in Engineering Integrity, Contract Services and Systems in order to ensure best practices are developed and shared, and change control takes account of all stakeholders;

* Role may require membership of the Site's Incident Management Team - refer to the IMT role mapping document; and

* Lead by example as a role model for the leadership values and behaviours, fostering the development of a diverse and inclusive environment, with a strong 'speak up' safety and operating culture.

* Lead CI projects and actions to improve the Hull site TAR processes.

Experience and Qualifications

* Mechanical degree or equivalent;

* Relevant experience gained from preparation, planning and executing of Turnarounds;

* In-depth understanding of Plant mechanical equipment, piping, infrastructure and operational aspects;

* Basic understanding of TAR TCP and Projects principles;

* Teamwork and collaboration;

* Good understanding of planning skills;

* HSSE bias;

* Sound understanding of maintenance practices to develop Job Technical Details and Work Packs;

* Sound understanding of SAP, the Hull Site Computerised Maintenance Management System (CMMS);

* Innovative and engaged in continuous improvement