The Machinery Asset Coordinator (Rotating) role at the refinery is defined as a rotating equipment professional responsible for reliability, engineering and troubleshooting of on site rotating equipment. Performing the role, you will define maintenance and reliability strategies for on site rotating machinery (compressors, pumps, fans, turbines, etc). Day to day activity will revolve around directing daily maintenance on machinery, leading long term improvements, and interacting with mechanics, millwrights, operations, plant management and other equipment engineers.
Additional responsibilities will be (but are not limited to):
Technical advisor to internal customers on machinery issues
Perform root cause failure analysis (RCFA) on equipment failures
Provide scope definition to repairs and upgrades to improve equipment reliability
Manage LDAR first attempt program for machinery
Analyze vibration and equipment performance analysis
Support development of operator unit equipment knowledge
Monitor machinery health and performance
Drive reliability efforts to reduce machinery failures
Track machinery PM compliance & quality to maximize unit availability
Comply with Process Safety Management & Process Hazard Analysis requirements. Ensure excellence in environmental, safety and other areas of compliance
B.S. Mechanical Engineering degree
5+ years of rotating machinery technical expertise
Familiar with API standards for rotating equipment
Experience working with rotating equipment in the refinery/petrochem industry
Hands on expertise encompassing plant, project, maintenance and reliability engineering
Failure analysis training
Preventative/Predictive Maintenance application training
This role is not eligible for visa sponsorship.
We are an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V
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Flint Hills Resources is an independent refining and chemicals company. The company has expanded its operations through capital projects and acquisitions worth more than $6.2billion since 2002. Its refineries and ethanol plants produce fuels that power much of Texas, the Midwest and the Alaska interior. Its petrochemicals are used to manufacture goods such as plastics, building products and packaging materials. Its asphalt is used in communities across the Midwest and Alaska. The base oils it markets are the principle raw material used to produce premium motor oil, commercial lubricants and sealants and coatings.
Flint Hills Resources employs about 3,700 people who are focused on creating value for customers and society. This workforce includes plant operators, accountants, marketers, environmental, health and safety professionals and engineers, among other career types, who work in a variety of settings: corporate headquarters, terminals, refineries, ethanol plants, chemical plants or sales offices. The company owns refineries and chemical plants in Alaska, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Texas, and ethanol plants in Iowa. In addition, the company owns and operates fuel and/or asphalt terminals in Alaska, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Texas and Wisconsin. Flint Hills owns an interest in base oils plant in Louisiana, and a biodiesel feedstock development company in California. In addition to sales offices in North America, the company has a sales presence in Switzerland, Hong Kong and Belgium to serve global customers.
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