This is a seconded position who will work at the Bismarck, ND area refinery for a specified client. This person will be responsible for documenting all fixed equipment. It requires review of existing drawings to compare against actual installed equipment. At the end of the term of this project term (approx. 8 – 12 months at one location + 6 months at an additional location) every piece of equipment shall have a complete and accurate Bill of Material (“BoM”) to base future ordering and maintenance activities.
Once the project is complete this person will upload all data/BoM’s into the client’s SAP system and Management of Change (“MOC”) paperwork will be completed.
This position requires strong self-discipline and the ability to work in a client’s facility with minimal supervision.
- Thoroughly inspect all fixed equipment and manuals to develop a list of gaskets, bolts and washers for each piece of equipment, including flange bolts and create list of gaskets for each flange.
- Compare collected equipment data with existing BoM’s and drawings when possible and create a complete and accurate BoM for every piece of fixed equipment
- Collect and organize data by unit.
- Participate in the MOC process.
- Look through P&ID’s and verify information is correct and current
- Review and update equipment specifications to conform with company standards.
- Manage shifting priorities and adjust completion plan as needed.
- Update spare parts list for each piece of equipment
- Review all drawings and compare against installed equipment and red-line/correct drawings up as needed.
- Work with local suppliers to get the correct part numbers for each item on the BOM and create/update BOM accordingly.
- Review and update information from previous outages.
- Work with the engineers on the turnaround group to complete and upload all documentation.
- Other duties and directed by the client.
- Ability to measure flanges and equipment accurately and efficiently as needed using various measurement devices including a tape measure or other relevant tools.
- Working knowledge of refinery client equipment specifications, able to research and understand competing specifications from other refiners and OEMs.
- General knowledge of metallurgy (i.e. 316SS vs 825 Inconel)
- General understanding of refinery fixed equipment (towers, tanks, vessels, heat exchangers, drums, etc.)
- Able to navigate SAP (preferred)
- Microsoft office (excel primarily) familiarity
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills and ability to produce written documents with clearly organized thoughts using proper English sentence construction, punctuation and grammar.
- Knowledge of OSHA regulations regarding machinery safety systems.
- Ability to read and understand blueprints and technical drawings.
- Positive attitude, initiative, and integrity, with a desire for continual learning and development to meet new project challenges while contributing to a positive and collaborative work atmosphere.
- Must be able to pass a background check and drug test. This position requires the individual be enrolled in the client refinery random drug and alcohol testing program.
- This is a standard 40 hour/week position, some overtime may be required.
- Refinery conditions will be present – ability to work, walk, stand, sit for periods of time within the refinery is a must.