Supervisor Instrumentation & Electrical

Supervises and directs employees engaged in activities related to mechanical work on equipment at compressor, pipeline, storage, gathering, and/or gas processing facility.
Scope of Duties and Responsibilities
Supervise, direct, and/or assist employees performing mechanical work on engines and equipment at various locations including but not limited to:
Internal combustion, diesel, and natural gas powered engines
Compressors, generators, turbines, electrical equipment, and well equipment
Vessels, piping, valves, instrumentation, and controls
Heaters, boilers, heat exchangers, and related equipment
Ensure completion of routine prevention, predictive, and compliance maintenance work including paper documentation.
Coordinate system improvements and modifications and other special projects.
Determine materials needed and prepare authorization for expenses (AFE's) for major maintenance items.
Compile, prepare, and/or analyze various reports and correspondence including but not limited to:
O&M capital budgets
Oil sample analysis
Contractor quotes
Compressor set-up sheets
Authorization for expenses (AFE's)
Vendor maintenance manuals
Construction drawings and maps
Maintenance plans and schedules
Review oil analysis to determine potential problems and set Process Safety Management (PSM) frequencies.
Ensure compliance with company policies related to OSHA, EPA, and DOT requirements, preparing appropriate documentation.
Provide information and/or assistance to management and employees regarding daily work activities, scheduling, operational changes, etc.
Regular and reliable attendance is required in performance of job.
Employee may be required to perform additional duties as assigned.
Thorough knowledge and understanding of compressors, turbines, pumps, and other rotating equipment related to the gas and gas liquids industry and use of related equipment.
Working knowledge and understanding of instrumentation, electrical, and process control equipment and systems.
Working knowledge of piping, valves, pressure relief devices, and related mechanical integrity inspections.
Working knowledge of use and function of computers and applicable spreadsheet and word processing software such as Microsoft Excel and Word.
Application of basic math and algebraic formulas.
Working knowledge of and/or training related to:
Company/governmental operating and safety procedures
Emergency response procedures
Budgeting and cost management
Maintenance work management system
Demonstrated ability to interact, advice, and communicate effectively.
Demonstrated ability to train, direct, and/or supervise; working knowledge of personnel policies and procedures.
Demonstrated ability to compile and prepare reports, recommendations, and correspondence.
Demonstrated ability to read and interpret manuals, policies, procedures, permits, governmental regulations, construction drawings and maps, contractor quotes, compressor set-up sheets, reports, and correspondence.
Demonstrated ability to read and write fluently in English.
Applicable driver's license for travel to other locations.
Physical Requirements
Mobility to travel in and around plant and office facilities and around job sites out-of-doors.
Ability to operate tools and equipment required.
Ability to lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds in routine completion of job responsibilities.
Communication Requirements
Communicate and/or exchange verbal and written information and instructions; conduct oral presentations.
Visual Requirement
Sufficient to perform job duties.
Ability to differentiate between colors.

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