Your responsibilities may include:

Align with other subject areas, Production Operations, Environmental, Regulatory, HSE, Projects, Right of Way, Procurement, Drafting, and Maintenance to develop and execute facility infrastructure plans in a changing environment

Provide solutions and optimization support to operations to resolve day-to-day operational issues

Provide normal, shutdown, and emergency operations support

Develop/modify Operating/Maintenance procedures and assist with understanding / comprehension of material to provide safety and optimized performance

Act as key interface to ensure regulatory and HSE compliance

Provide leadership and strong advocacy for process and personal safety

Support Project Teams and Operations in the commissioning and start-up of new/modified facilities

Aid in the development of the scope of the work, preliminary and detailed design, cost estimating, equipment selection, procurement, and construction cost control

Develop projects that improve the safety and Operability of the facility

Collaborate with other engineering teams to ensure key interfaces / tie-ins are accurately implemented to maintain and improve overall production

Support the management of the mechanical integrity programs working with the Asset Integrity group

Support maintenance activities in the specification of replacement/new equipment

Own the monitoring and reporting of progress for facility projects

Provide creative project options to meet critical time or capital requirements

Track and reconcile actual project costs with forecasts

Provide direct and impartial feedback to ensure corporate, BU, or industry code compliance

Lead efforts to ensure modifications, designs, and construction standards for equipment are fully understood and efficiently run through the corporate management of change (MOC) process

Lead MOC process for all activities that are directly supported including coordination with all support functions, submission of MOC, updating appropriate documents and completion of Pre-Start Up Safety Reviews (PSSR)

Lead and/or participate in Risk Assessments, PHA, and Incident Investigations/Learning Teams


Must be legally authorized to work in the United States as a U.S. citizen or national, or an alien admitted as a permanent resident, refugee or asylee

Bachelor's degree or higher in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, other related engineering field, or foreign equivalent

3+ years of engineering experience

Intermediate understanding of key industry codes & standards


3+ years of experience in oil and gas production

3+ years of experience in technical areas related to Facilities, Pipeline, Compression

3+ years of field experience in Construction related activities

Advanced knowledge of Technical Standards (API, ASME, etc.)

Advanced understanding of Process Safety Management requirements

Ability to specify appropriate equipment and material as well as evaluate alternatives

Ability to question the status quo and develop profitable and fit for purpose alternatives

Takes ownership of actions and follows through on commitments by holding others accountable and standing up for what is right

Delivers positive results through realistic planning to accomplish goals

Builds effective solutions based on available information and makes timely decisions that are safe and ethical