Posted: Thursday, March 1, 2018 6:01 PM
Six years young and 130 years strong. Based in Houston, Marathon Oil is focused on the most significant oil:rich resource plays in the U.S. :: the Eagle Ford in Texas, the Bakken in North Dakota, the Northern Delaware in New Mexico, and STACK and SCOOP in Oklahoma. We also have international operations in Africa and Europe. Since becoming an independent E and P company in 2011, we feel like a start:up in many ways but have the stability of roots that go back 130 years to our companys formation in 1887. Our stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol: MRO.
Our strategy is to deliver compelling returns by focusing on the lowest cost, highest margin U.S. resource plays while maintaining a peer:leading balance sheet. As we work to produce the energy the world needs, we are defined by our shared values. We start with a commitment that doing the right thing is non:negotiable. Safety, social responsibility and ethical behaviors enable our license to operate.
Eagle Ford facilities have evolved over preceding years. Coupled with the rapid initial and ongoing expansion of the asset, operational and technical challenges remain to be addressed.
The Field I and E Facilities Engineer is part of the Field Facilities Engineering Team within the Engineering, Construction and Maintenance Department. The position is expected to provide Instrument and Electrical Engineering support to Production Operations teams. This will involve identifying and managing modification projects in line with Marathon Oil's procedures as well as trouble shooting operational issues.
As the Project Lead the I and E Facilities Engineer will be expected to work within agreed budgets and original schedules. Where deviations occur it is expected measures will be taken to address and variances will be explainable.
Input to the Facilities Engineering Team weekly report is expected in a timely manner.
For all the aspects of the position a clear expectation exists to follow industry norms but also to challenge accepted practice and look for ways to obtain maximum availability and cost efficiency whilst maintaining a high level of safety integrity.
:Provide high quality instrument and electrical engineering support to production operations teams.
:Interface with other technical/engineering disciplines to ensure the effective integration of electrical systems with the overall product design and produce design package
:Ensure projects are executed on time and within requested budget.
:Provide instrument and electrical engineering input to projects as appropriate.
:Ensure engineering support available during project construction and commissioning.
:Ensure project close out occurs in a timely manner with incorporation of lessons learned into future activities, and as built documentation completed.
:Ensure field facilities engineering supervisor has situational awareness across projects.
:Lead and participate in PHAs (HAZOPs, HAZIDs, What:Ifs) and related risk assessments
:Ensure projects are built per design and ready for operations to start:up
:Assist troubleshooting of electrical equipment (Instrumentation, VFDs, PLCs, motors, Junctions boxes, etc)
The minimum requirements for this role are:
:Professionally qualified engineer (Instrument or Electrical) with 5 or more years' experience in unconventional resource plays with experience in facility design, operations and maintenance
:Experience with PLCs, RTUs, Motors, Motor Control Centers, VFDs, Grounding Systems
:Proficient in interpreting P and IDs, Process Flow Diagrams, One:lines, Wiring Diagrams, Loop Diagrams
:Basic knowledge of power distribution systems
:Experienced in project management practices
:Strong relationship builder and with excellent written and oral communication.
:Ability to manage multiple activities, remain calm in a high pressure working environment
:Travel is required: 40
• Location: San Antonio
• Post ID: 35963837 sanantonio