The Maintenance Mechanical Engineer supports Maintenance and Turnaround Planning teams by managing minor modifications to plant systems and/or equipment, providing technical support as required to plan and execute corrective work orders. The Maintenance Mechanical Engineer ensures that all engineering changes are performed in accordance with our internal management of change (MOC) process to ensure high quality, integrity, safety and regulatory compliance.
In addition, the Maintenance Mechanical Engineer provides support and troubleshooting assistance for site activities and plant mechanical issues.
- Manage technical minor modifications that relate to piping, vessels, rotating equipment, and other mechanical equipment utilizing the Management of Change (MOC) procedure
- Manage contract engineering services related to mechanical modifications and upgrades
- Provide mechanical and piping designs for modifications and upgrades required by operations and/or maintenance teams
- Review and verify the mechanical design integrity of equipment/piping and related components
- Support Maintenance and Operations departments in regard to emergency changes and equipment maintenance issues
- Utilize appropriate codes and standards, calculations and specifications
- Undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering
- Registration with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) as a practicing Professional Engineer (P. Eng)
- Minimum of 10 years’ experience as a mechanical engineer in Petrochemical plants, providing project management/technical support to Operations & Maintenance Team
- Solid working knowledge of industry codes and regulations, as well as mechanical engineering practices
- 4/40 schedule: Monday to Thursday, 10-hour shifts (7am - 5pm).