Turnaround Project Engineering - Coord Chevron - Bakersfield, CA in California - Bakersfield, United States

at Chevron

Oil & Energy
Minimum Qualification
Bachelor's Degree
Required Experience
5 - 7 years
Employment Type
Full Time
Male or Female

Job Description

Position Details: 
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:

  • The (WCC) Sys FE Impact/Turnaround Prj Engr-Coord, responsibilities include:

  • Develop overall IMPACT (IMPACT - Initiative for Managing Pacesetter Turnarounds) process and schedule.

  • Validate required maintenance schedules and intervals for process equipment and piping.

  • Coordinate with stakeholders and various groups (Inspections, Maintenance, Ops, Capital Projects, etc.) to identify the "right" timing and frequency for turnarounds.

  • Using results of equipment maintenance requirements, develop and maintain long term (5-10 year) turnaround plans and schedules for each field.

  • Estimate production impact resulting from system, plant and field shutdowns during turnarounds.

  • Work with the area leadership team to approve long term schedules.

  • Identify alternatives and opportunities to eliminate or optimize turnaround frequency and duration.

  • Validate schedules and production impact each year during business planning cycle.

  • Work with central planning, area leadership and maintenance teams to develop and deploy SJV IMPACT Process, including training materials and TA organization key positions.

  • Lead turnarounds and support smaller turnarounds. Mentor personnel assigned to manage turnarounds.

  • Lead turnaround planning and execution following IMPACT Process:

  • Coordinate planning and execution of turnarounds per approved schedule.

  • Assemble turnaround team; develop scope and schedule; estimate costs and obtain funding.
  • Communicate and submit plans for approval.
  • Act as area IMPACT Subject Matter Expert. Mentor other personnel assigned to manage and support turnarounds.
  • Manage turnaround budgets.
  • Requirements

  • Required Qualifications:

  • A BS degree in Engineering (Chemical, Process, Civil, Mechanical, Materials or Chemistry). 
  • A minimum of 5 years of relevant experience.
  • Knowledge of Upstream production operations involving oil/gas separation and water treatment. 
  • Knowledge of facility design standards, codes, specifications and reliability considerations. 
  • Significant experience in Risk Management, Hazard Analysis, Management of Change, shutdown planning and execution, maintenance & inspection processes is desired.
  • Leadership skills for working within a diverse, multi-discipline facilities engineering work group at various levels of experience. 
  • Strong mentoring capabilities. 
  • Ability to work with operations and maintenance teams to develop IMPACT process and deploy to area operations teams.
  • Develop long term plans and strategy including funding to execute plans. 
  • Adheres to incident free safety performance of company and contract personnel.
  • Demonstrated delivery of high impact business results and the ability to effectively prioritize complex workload using appropriate risk ranking tools & techniques. 
  • Ability to collaboratively leverage efforts with other functional groups - central support teams, projects teams, operations, maintenance, HES, procurement, and other services to deliver results.
  • Strong communication skills (verbal and written) with demonstrated ability to work in diverse multidiscipline environment and with people of various backgrounds and experience.

    Preferred Qualifications:

  • Knowledge and experience leading or team member of turnaround teams is desired.

    Relocation Options:

    Relocation may be considered within Chevron parameters. 

    International Considerations:

    Expatriate assignments will not be considered.

    Chevron regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment Visas or consider individuals on time-limited Visa status for this position.
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