– Responsible for establishing and updating condition monitoring program including lubrication management plan based on updated criticality.
– Responsible for monitoring on-line and off-line monitoring system by providing regular monitoring report
– Responsible for keeping well organized related data
– Responsible for securing condition monitoring device and keeping them for ready-to-use status
– Responsible for providing timely diagnosis for vibration issues
– Responsible for discipline failure investigation
– Responsible for discipline failure investigation – ToR
– Responsible for inspecting the key equipment during repair for his/her discipline
– Responsible for monitoring lube oil condition by collecting and analyzing on regular base
– Responsible for working closely with Mnt. execution team to proactively eliminate failure for his/her discipline
– Responsible for discipline Bad Actor – make sure the system is complied with standard
– Support for technical standards – develop, updating, make sure that a new technique, procedures,
ideas, regulatory requests are implemented and properly communicated in NSRP.
– Support long term repair/ replacement strategies in order to manage asset life and obsolescence and to fit with the Refinery TA plan.
– Support with condition monitoring contract development and specifications that may be required for the site.
– Maximo Asset Register – Support establishment of a comprehensive register
– Maximo – Support storage of good quality technical information [data sheet]
– Criticality update – responsible for updating criticality for existing equipment and new equipment
– Satisfy all commands & instructions from Maintenance Division Manager (MDM), and RE reliability engineering leader as well as from the Management Board of NSRP.
– Strictly follow NSRP policies and procedures
Educational level: University graduated or above (My recommendation would be to also consider persons that may have a lower qualification than a University Degree but also have many years relevant experience in the field e.g. +15 years).
Specialty/Qualification: Bachelor’s degree or higher in either petroleum, rotating, mechanical, instrument, or electrical.
– Min 7 years of experience in the rotating equipment condition monitoring field including maintenance planning and scheduling in oil and gas industry.
– Min 5 year engaged directly in actual site condition monitoring activities, systems and diagnostics. Experience to include, but not limited, to troubleshooting, commissioning, operation, preparation for daily and turnaround maintenance and so on.
– Skilled of vibration analysis for shaft vibration and housing vibration,
preferably with ISO certification 18436-2 level III
– Experienced in online and offline vibration diagnosis for centrifugal compressors, reciprocating compressors, multistage horizontal/vertical centrifugal pumps, steam turbines and rotor balancing.
– Skilled in lubrication monitoring including forced lubrication and greasing, preferably ISO 18436-4 level II or equivalent
– Proficiency in Microsoft applications, such as Word and Excel, and have the ability to learn new systems quickly.
– Good understanding in rotating equipment related knowledge
– Skilled of oil and gas, refinery and petrochemical process and maintenance
– Skilled of international standards, petroleum/ petrochemical plant
– Good communication and coordination with relevant discipline
– Skilled in written and verbal communication skills
– Skilled multi-tasking, problem solving and time management skills.
– Advanced in read, write, and speak English