Facilities Engineer – oil/gas
The Facilities Engineer assists in economic evaluations, engineering studies, and capital projects covering a wide range of scale and complexity. The Facilities Engineer will serve as a task leader under direct supervision and guidance from more experienced engineers and management. The incumbent will perform operations surveillance duties, seeking to identify process improvement opportunities.
- Scopes, design, budge, and implement a wide variety of oilfield surface facility projects, including cogeneration
- Works directly with operations and production to identify potential facility/infrastructure improvement opportunities.
- Acts as a point of contact (POC) for Construction Technical Representatives (CTR’s) providing clarity and technical support as
- Coordinate with regulatory department to ensure projects have the necessary permits as required by local, state, and federal
- Provides tactical engineering support to operations as
- Seeks additional classes and/or certifications within area of specialty that could enhance work knowledge and
- Works within established policies and procedures to meet set schedules and system or program requirements.
- Assists in developing recommendations for moderately complex
- Participates in field training and other on-the-job learning opportunities for further development and refinement.
- Complies with all the Company’s Safety and Environmental policies, practices and programs. Takes corrective action within training limitations. Escalates as
- Participates in and adheres to all training programs designed to enhance EH&S knowledge and safety standards.
- Collaborates with both the operational and EH&S team to effectively meet area and departmental EH&S
- Performs other duties as
Education, Certificates, Licenses
- Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering or related field
- California Registered Professional Engineer
- Complexity and scope generally involves knowledge and skills acquired through up to 6 years of prior relevant work experience in development, estimating, project management, engineering, and construction of Oil and Gas facilities.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
- Work independently and collaboratively within a team environment to produce
- Positive attitude and support for company culture and
- Time management and prioritization skills
- Strong computer
- Solid communication skills, both verbally and in
- Efficiently manage multiple, competing
- Ability to think analytically and solve complex Required:
- Proficient in Microsoft Office.
- Ability to interpret codes, regulations, and
- Strong business acumen and demonstrated understanding of project
- Basic understanding of operating
- Cross disciplinary knowledge/experience (civil, structural, electrical, instrumentation, and controls)
- Experience with:
- Steam generation equipment and steam distribution/metering systems
- Water treating facilities (filtration, SAC, WAC softening systems)
- Oil dehydration processes and equipment
- Complex fluid transport systems (piping networks, multi-phase flow, pumps, compressors, etc.)
- Sour gas treating systems
- Thermal diatomite operations
- Process control systems design
- SCADA systems, including advanced trending
- Primarily office work environment in Bakersfield, California, with time spent at locations as
- Primarily office work environment
- Routine work involves common office activities during a typical 9-hour day such as standing, sitting, walking, typing, and twisting as necessary
- May be required to occasionally lift up to 25 pounds
$100,000.00 to 137,500.00 base. It is a full-time, benefit position with 20% STI (annual cash bonus) and 20% LTI
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