Instrumentation & Electrical Reliability Engineer - Rodeo Refinery


Under the general direction of the Reliability Superintendent, the Instrumentation & Electrical (I&E) Reliability Engineer analyzes facilities, equipment and instrument or electrical equipment repair histories, and trends; recommends and implements procedures, strategies, equipment or designs that will improve instrument and electrical equipment life and performance, increase Process Unit uptime, improve product quality, and minimize total cost of ownership at SFR-Rodeo in adherence to established company guidelines, policies, procedures and applicable government regulations.
Responsibilities may include :
Actively managing and maintaining Critical Device Procedure program.
Ensuring test procedures and practices are compliant with Mechanical Integrity Standard.
Gathering or generating and reviewing required data and providing recommendations for improvement.
Acting as technical advisor to Maintenance and Operations, assisting them in the safe operation, performance monitoring, troubleshooting, preventive maintenance, and repair of instrumentation and electrical equipment.
Performing and documenting engineering review of repairs to instrumentation or electrical equipment.
Analyzing equipment using condition monitoring technologies
Performing root-cause failure analyses and implementing corrective actions to eliminate defects.
Defining appropriate preventive and corrective maintenance repair scopes for instrumentation or electrical equipment, for both daily and turnaround maintenance.
Defining appropriate Preventive Maintenance tasks and frequencies based on Instrument Mechanical Integrity policy 14-9 for instrumentation and NFPA 70B for electrical equipment.
Identifying Bad Actor Instrumentation, performing root-cause failure analyses, providing reports and implementing corrective actions.
Recommending appropriate Bills of Material, spare part stock items and minimum stock quantities.
Establishing and implementing quality control procedures for inspecting, repairing and documenting repairs to process instrumentation and electrical equipment.
Initiating project proposals, performing engineering design, planning and maintaining controls for reliability improvement projects.
Recommending, selecting and specifying instrumentation and electrical equipment and components within the refinery.
Performing Management of Change engineering review and documentation.
Establishing and implementing procedures for inspecting, repairing, and documenting repairs to instrumentation and electrical equipment.
Analyzing Reliability metrics, recommending remedial actions and upgrades.
Participating in Field Instrumentation Network, implementing Best Practices.
Assembling and writing procedures and training materials; conducting training classes when appropriate to improve Craft and Operator knowledge.
Leading Re-Work analysis and corrective action work process for Instrument and Electrical.
Conducting safety audits of refinery facilities and recommending changes to prevent damage.
Maintaining knowledge of applicable environmental and safety regulations.
This position requires technical leadership as the engineer is expected to develop pro-active solutions to problems that develop with critical instrumentation and electrical equipment. The engineer interfaces daily with other groups and people within the refinery and is also called upon to interact with equipment manufacturers and service company engineers.
Basic/Required :
Legally authorized to work in the job posting country
Bachelor s degree in Electrical, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering
3 or more years of refinery or related industry experience
1 or more years of experience in the predictive, preventive and corrective maintenance of industrial instrumentation and electrical equipment
Willingness and ability to perform/comply with the following:
Wear fire-retardant clothing and personal protective equipment such as steel-toe shoes, ear, and eye protection
Maintain face daily so that a respirator/face mask can seal properly (some examples include being free of facial hair and/or clean shaven)
Work outdoors and possibly in inclement weather conditions
Lift and transport materials (up to 50 pounds), bend, stoop, perform moderate manual labor, work in confined spaces, climb, and work at various levels above the ground
Work in areas subject to dust, fumes, noise, various hydrocarbon products and chemicals and working around or on equipment that is hot
Safe work practices and procedures
Be on call and work shift work
Willing and able to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Card (TWIC). Information can be found at https://www. tsa. gov/for-industry/twic
Preferred :
Demonstrated knowledge of industrial standards and practices (IEEE, ANSI, NEMA, ISA, and API)
Demonstrated proficiency with the application of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and condition monitoring tools
Demonstrated effective communication and leadership skills
Ability to develop pro-active solutions to problems that develop with critical instrumentation and electrical equipment
Intermediate level of proficiency with Microsoft Office
At Phillips 66, while "what" we do may be very different from person to person, there's a "how" that connects all of us. It is how we work, how we collaborate and how we succeed together. It's this shared "how" that our competency framework describes in detail. We call it the Keys to Success because it can unlock the potential within us all.
Keys to Success
Prof: Adaptability Demonstrate Adaptability And Learning
Prof: Building Collaborative Relationships Build Partnerships
Prof: Communication Communicate Professionally
Prof: Judgment Exercise Professional Judgment
Prof: Results Orientation Optimize Results
The San Francisco Refinery is comprised of two facilities linked by a 200-mile pipeline. The Rodeo facility is located in the San Francisco Bay area, while the Santa Maria facility is located in Arroyo Grande, CA. The refinery's crude oil processing capacity is 120 MBD. The refinery processes mainly heavy, high-sulfur crude oil.

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