The successful applicant for a process engineer role will be required to be responsible for the operation of daily plant activities. The monitoring and control of plant operations is imperative. This includes reviewing quality and production, identifying, anticipating and solving the problems in a timely manner. The need to identify areas of improvement and acting upon them is necessary. The participation in Quality Control and Quality Assurance whilst directly communicating with the QC/QA department officers is essential. The responsibility of sampling and testing process streams and utilizing QA/QC data as and when required. A process operator will be required to participate in plant maintenance such as performing preventative measures to ensure the continual and uninterrupted running of the plant.
The process operator will assist in helping maintenance technicians in undertaking necessary repairs, diagnosing and troubleshooting maintenance related issues. The areas of work will be for crude oil and natural gas companies. The successful applicant will be required to take part in all health, safety and environmental programs as well as performing other regular duties when required.
Tasks and Responsibilities
Expected daily work will involve obtaining flow meter readings, recording and reporting equipment status and adjusting flow rates as required by the control room panel operator. Keeping the site cleanliness up to a high standard and supporting new projects such as start up activities is required. Experience in handling oil crude surge drum, tilter plate separating, produced water flash drum, flotation units, VAPRO B, high pressure knockout drum, oil reclaimed surge tank and low pressure drum fuel gas scrubber is preferred.
The process engineer will be expected to have a clean driver's license, the ability to work a 12 hour shift either day or night and working alone, sometimes in remote areas. Preference will be given to applicants who possess 4th or 3rd Class Power Engineer's Certificate. A High School Diploma or equivalent and at least 4 years experience in a similar or equivalent role is necessary. Knowledge in fire and safety systems, sprinkler systems, deluge valve, monitors, smoke detectors, fusible loop shutdown, flame detectors, gas detectors and hydrants is necessary. Being versed in Health and Safety Procedures and rescue training will be beneficial to the fulfillment of the role.