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Responsible for providing Rotating Equipment expertise to projects or operations, including maintenance, inspection and turnaround, proactively interacting with other disciplines, teams, subfunctions and contractors to systematically resolve problems and applying sound engineering judgement to drive integrated, pragmatic solutions focused on risk management, operating efficiency, defect elimination and standardisation.
The Daedalus program is aiming to develop a largely standard HEFA-SAF project design which can be implemented at numerous refineries with minimal site-specific modification. Each project scope consists of a combination of new purpose-built and retrofit facilities.
The program is in search of Rotating Equipment Engineer to work in the engineering team for the Define and Execute stages.
Assurance of Engineering Contractor key deliverables in terms of quality and compliance with Project requirements.
Single point of contact in the BP Daedalus organization for assigned Rotating equipment packages and mechanical scope items.
Assuring compliance with the relevant Project specifications, ETPs and Codes & Standards.
Coordinates input and ensures buy-ins from the various sites for assigned mechanical scope.
Guiding contractor to deliver fit-for-purpose solutions to achieve standardized design for the various sites.
Takes ownership of assigned technical issues and drives towards pragmatic solutions.
Input to key decisions (Mechanical and multi discipline), with ownership of assigned Mechanical related decisions.
Ensures the Mechanical TAs are actively involved in the project and are consulted on technical issues.
Provides oversight and guidance for the execution of mechanical procurement packages – specifications, quality assurance, criticality ratings, bid evaluations, etc., and performance management of the Engineering contractor who will have overall accountability for procurement for the Project.
Degree in Mechanical Engineering discipline
5 - 10 years of demonstrable experience in relevant discipline engineering position.
Experience working in a subject area leadership role, managing Engineering contractor performance.
Experience of major Projects.
Proven extensive experience in relevant discipline engineering position.
Good understanding of International Standards (e.g. API, ISO, etc.) and regulatory requirements (e.g. ATEX, Machinery Directive) related to Rotating equipment.
Pragmatic decision maker, willing to challenge and ensure engineering value is delivered.
Proven experience with Rotating equipment (e.g. Pumps,
Compressors, Centrifuges, etc.), design, and procurement.
Fluent written and spoken English language skills.
Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the project team, Contractors and bp leadership.
Candidate would be expected to work at the FEED/Execute Engineering Contractor’s office in The Hague, Netherlands.
Up to 10% travel should be expected with this role
This role is not eligible for relocation
This position is a hybrid of office/remote working
Anomaly assessment and management, Defect Elimination, Equipment criticality assessment, Equipment maintenance and inspection strategies, FAT and commissioning, Fatigue Analysis, Fitness for Service, Flanged joint, Integrity Management, Mechanical seals and support systems, Monitoring and data interpretation, Piping, hoses and tubing, Piping vibration, Pressure systems regulatory requirements, Pressure Vessels, Selection and design of pipeline equipment, Stress analysis for integrity and leakage, Valves used for isolation, Wind Turbines
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