Mid Level
Process Improvement Engineer
Vivergo Fuels

Salary: Competitive

Closing Date: Monday, 2 October 2017

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Key responsibilities

  • Leadership to influence delivery of the site HSSE performance.
  • Owning the technical content of the Process description and Narratives.
  • Analyse plant data to understand issues.
  • Apply CI processes to the constraints identified (5 step Problem solving, action teams) and be seen as a role model in this effort.
  • Develop solutions to current identified constraints, create the Management od Change documentation, obtain financial approval, develop implementation plans, and support the implementation and commissioning of the solution.
  • Participate in the analysis and resolution of identified utilization and reliability issues.
  • Lead RCA investigations for both HSSE and PS incidents.
  • Participate in Hazard Identification and Risk assessment activities.
  • Lead the closure of action items generated during safety reviews such as Hazard studies, LOPA, MAR and RCA.
  • Support the competency program of the production team.

Desirable knowledge, skills and experience required

  • Knowledgeable and articulate in appropriate technical subjects in the assigned areas.
  • Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills, in order to be able to communicate effectively at all levels.
  • Educated to degree level qualification.
  • Significant experience in leadership of large scale high hazard plant operations.

Personal attributes

  • To gain/hold deep technical understanding of the Vivergo asset unit operations.
  • Interface with external bodies such as customers, HSE, EA, management systems auditors, best practice and professional organisations.
  • Present and contribute to technical exchanges with other teams and shareholders.
  • Lead and contribute to incident investigations for Vivergo.
  • The role requires a good appreciation of the commercial impact of proposals on the business.
  • Able to constructively challenge ‘business as usual’.

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