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TAR Mechanical Engineer

TAR Mechanical Engineer



PAYE Contract

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INEOS Grangemouth are looking to recruit a Mechanical Engineer to be based within our new Central Operations Team. The new role has become available as a way to improve planned periods of maintenance on our site and offers a unique opportunity to work across various assets within the Grangemouth complex.

The TAR mechanical engineer will:

  • Provide technical standards / specifications for the work e.g. pipe / valve specifications.
  • Lead Mechanical work pack preparation with assurance that content & quality is maintained including -
      • Integrity inspection of static equipment scopes e.g. drums, towers, exchangers etc.
      • Operations cleaning and inspection scopes
      • Machinery overhaul – enabling, performance & repair scopes
      • Trip & control valves overhaul / repairs
      • Pipework  & isolation valve repairs
      • Plant Mods & Project scopes are detailed and correctly planned for the TAR execution
  • Review the prepared Written Scope or Examination (WSoE), ensure the scopes are clear and achievable and challenge the scope when appropriate to ensure alignment with schedule and risk.
  • Agree the scope of work for each valve e.g. repair of existing or upgrade/replacement if applicable where there may be a schedule, cost or other driver to meet the TAR KPI’s.
  • Prepare Scopes of Work (SoW) or Engineering Information Transmitalls (EIT) when required to ensure all activities and any contingencies are captured before issue to the workpack specialists.
  • Input to the validation of workpacks and ensure they meet event requirements.
  • Identification of risks and preparation of contingency or mitigation measures.
  • Ensure that Mechanical long lead delivery items are defined, agree specifications and order/procure
  • Ensure that engineering / technical data is fully incorporated to work packs
  • Provide technical & constructability input from TAR team into Asset Plant Mods & Projects
  • Agree TAR prep-engineering milestones with TAR Preps Leader & TAR manager
  • Monitor and update the preparations control plan.
  • TAR focal point for the Valve workshop contractor.
  • Agree valve specifications. When required, identify and prepare any deviation to INEOS specifications.
  • Check & approve TAR isometrics are correct and follow the standards and specifications.
  • Review the testing requirements for scopes of work and identify and record any waivers required.
  • Agree the scope of work for each valve e.g. repair of existing or upgrade/replacement if applicable where there may be a schedule, cost or other driver to meet the TAR KPI’s.
  • Ensure all test procedures are updated and available.
  • Define quality plans and ensure regular auditing of contractors / suppliers.
  • Accountable to ensure all Mechanical workscopes are defined and integrated into the TAR execution plan complete with resources.
    • Identify any Mechanical specialist contractors / vendors and input into the TAR Contract Strategy.
    • Responsible for preparing scopes of work, tenders and then bid technical and commercial evaluation & award for TAR Mechanical contractors and specialists.
    • Input into constructability reviews to ensure that complex/critical work is planned and executed safely and within schedule.
    • Will assume the role of Technical SPA for the Mechanical contractor(s) after contract placement.
    • Ensure any technical queries are recorded, tracked and progressed to close out.

Requirements for role

  • HNC/HND or greater in Mechanical Engineering or Fabrication/Construction
  • 5+ years’ experience in similar role with TARs/Shutdowns
  • Knowledge of P&ID’s, isometrics and equipment technical specifications.
  • Experience using Maximo or SAP would be an advantage
  • Disciplined planning and organisation skills together with an ability to work under pressure.
  • Has a logical, proactive and methodical approach to problem solving, the ability to recognise key issues
  • Ability to interact effectively with direct multi-disciplined teams, both Ineos and 3rd Party
  • Strong commitment to improvement of SHE performance

To be considered for this role, please submit your CV

Please note we are only able to consider applications from those who have the right to live and work in the UK

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