Rotating Equipment Monitoring Engineer
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:
- Performs remote support through exception-based monitoring of critical rotating and reciprocating machinery performance across Business Units and business segments.
- The successful candidate will team with Chevron Pipeline and Power Gas Turbine Fleet Engineers, Data Scientists, Subject Matter Expert Machinery Engineers and Process Engineers within the Asset Performance Hub to develop and scale predictive analytics and other advanced analysis tools for machinery performance evaluation and early warning detection.
- The machinery monitoring engineer engages with Business Units on process troubleshooting and identification of long-term trend deviation and equipment degradation.
- This position also works closely with rotating equipment SMEs throughout the Chevron Technical Center on condition-based monitoring algorithms, equipment improvement opportunities, and troubleshooting bad actors.
- Engineering degree is required. Mechanical Engineering degree preferred
- Extensive experience in rotating equipment operation, maintenance, system optimization and machinery vibration analysis. Facilitates change & delivers results through others. Ability to effectively influence others to drive performance. Credible technical leader.
- 10-15% of travel, if required – Generally limited but could be significant for specific, scheduled work scope (e.g. Outage support, equipment factory testing, Major Capital Project startup support, etc.)
- Mechanical Engineering degree preferred
- Vibration Analysis Certification