Organizational Context and Job Purpose
INEOS is a global manufacturer of petrochemicals, speciality chemicals and oil products. Comprising 36 individual businesses, we operate 194 facilities in 29 countries throughout the world.
INEOS products make a significant contribution to saving life, improving health and enhancing standards of living for people around the world. Our businesses produce the raw materials that are essential in the manufacture of a wide variety of goods: from paints to plastics, textiles to technology, medicines to mobile phones - chemicals manufactured by INEOS enhance almost every aspect of modern life.
Purpose of the job:
The Millwright is responsible for completing maintenance work on mechanical equipment in a safe, effective, and efficient way.
- Company policies and procedures
- Technical training, documentation, and tools
- Equipment reliability
- Work order planning and scheduling
- Equipment preparation and work permit process
- Maintenance department organization
- Vendor support and know-how
Responsibilities and Accountabilities
Accountabilities of the Job:
Major responsibilities for the Millwright include but are not limited to the following:
- Work safely and follow Company policies and procedures (INEOS 20 Principles)
- Perform effective preventive and predictive monitoring and maintenance techniques to identify and define abnormal operating conditions
- Troubleshoot, repair, calibrate, and install mechanical equipment that is used in the chemical processing facility
- Read and interpret work orders, equipment manuals, and mechanical drawings to perform required maintenance
- Update maintenance supervisors with job status and submit repair reports and documentation to meet ISO standards
- Collect equipment operation and history data to facilitate reliability improvements
- Update equipment records, electronic and in SAP
- Complete on-call assignment for overtime and off hours work requests
- Participate in Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) and Incident Investigations
- Keep all test equipment in a safe working condition with current certifications.
- HSE responsibilities include but are not restricted to the following:
- Participate in the work permit procedure
- Repair and calibration documentation
- Following safe work practices
- Compliance to Oligomers La Porte Policies and Procedures, INEOS 20 Safety Principles, and other HSE programs
- Perform other assigned tasks
Skills & Knowledge Required
- High school diploma required; 2-year technical degree preferred.
- Minimum 5 years Industrial experience in Chemicals or Refining.
- NCCER Millwright Certification required.
- Ability to demonstrate strong working knowledge of process and personal safety and health practices applicable in the petrochemical industry. This includes energy isolation, lockout tagout, work permitting, confined space entry, working from heights, hazard communication, lifting and hoisting, incident reporting and investigation, and MOC.
- Experience and detailed knowledge of industrial plant mechanical equipment inspection, calibration, and repair techniques. See preferred experience requirements listed below.
- Working knowledge of mechanical tools used in inspection and repair of precision mechanical equipment.
- Working knowledge of mechanical standards as applied in petrochemical industry and general knowledge of various Codes (e.g. API, ASME, ANSI).
- Working knowledge of technical documentation associated with mechanical equipment,
- Demonstrated capabilities to assess work sequencing, optimize work planning, scheduling, and cost is a plus.
- Knowledge and experience in executing preventive maintenance plans.
- Ability to read P&IDs.
- Prefer experience with Microsoft Office and SAP.
- Knowledge of and experience with rotating equipment installation, inspection, maintenance and trouble-shooting to include process centrifugal pumps, positive displacement pumps (gear and rod), diaphragm pumps, reciprocating and screw compressors, axial fans, centrifuges, centrifugal blowers, and gearboxes.
- Read and interpret work orders, equipment manuals, and drawings to perform required maintenance.
- Apply rigging and lifting devices as needed to remove and install equipment.
- Disassemble, repair, refurbish, and reassemble mechanical equipment per OEM specifications.
- Install and troubleshoot mechanical seals, bearings, and gaskets.
- Align shafts and couplings using laser and dial alignment.
- Install and align belt and pulley driven equipment.
- Lubricate mechanical equipment using best practices to prevent contamination.
- Participate in Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA) and Incident Investigations.
- Safety minded, demonstrated strong safety and environmental performance,
- Strong verbal as well as written communication skills (upward, lateral, and downward),
- Strong ability to work with others, team builder,
- Strong bias for action to identify potential problems and co-ordinate their resolution before they become an issue,
- Ability to manage work priorities to deliver performance improvements and reliability in a demanding work environment,
- Good analytical and organizational skills,
- Stress resistant and methodical,
- Problem solver and change agent,
- Self-motivated, self-starter; able to work with minimal supervision.
ADA Physical requirements, visual acuity requirements and environmental conditions
The physical activities of this position require walking, climbing ladders/stairs, bending, reaching, pushing, and pulling. Must be able to perform climbing, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling and manual operation of various size valves and equipment.
The physical requirements of this position include lifting up to 50 pounds regularly.
The worker is required to have close visual acuity to perform an activity such as: preparing and analyzing data and figures; transcribing; viewing a computer terminal; extensive reading; visual inspection involving small defects, small parts and/or operation of machines (including inspection); using measurement devices; and/or assembly or fabrication parts at distances close to the eyes. Hearing: Perceiving the nature of sounds at normal speaking levels with or without correction. Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication and to make discriminations in sound.
The worker is constantly subject to various environmental conditions- activities occur inside and outside; this includes extreme temperatures (hot and cold) with and without protection, and hazards such as proximity to moving parts, moving vehicles, electric current, noise, working at heights, fumes. The worker is occasionally subject to vibration, odors, and dust. The worker is occasionally required to work in narrow spaces or enclosed areas.
Our culture is one of honesty and integrity with an emphasis on safety, health and environmental performance.On our team, people are acknowledged for embracing new practices that help create real value for customers.