The EC&I Integrity Engineer will define strategy, identify standards, and ensure compliance with legislation and corporate standards for Electrical Power, Control and Safety Instrumented Systems for Fuels UK operated Terminals.
Accountable for the development and implementation of asset strategies and technical requirements for all Electrical Power, Control and Safety Instrumented Systems including but not limited to HV & LV distribution systems & associated equipment, Motors, plant control philosophies, systems , equipment and field instrumentation, Safety Instrumented systems and associated Functional Safety Management Systems.
Develop, manage and control the inspection and testing of Power distribution systems and Electrical equipment including ATEX.
Coordinate Electrical and equipment outage programme with Supply and business partners to meet business and technical integrity requirements.
Responsible for ensuring the maintenance of adequate records (including Electrical drawings) and work histories for major items of plant, equipment and systems.
Accountable for reviewing and approving inspection reports declaring assets fit for service or otherwise based upon inspection and condition reports.
Ensure Functional Safety Assessments and the adequate maintenance of all Function Safety Management Systems in accordance with BP and industry standards whichever are more onerous.
Provide input into annual Revex & Capex programme based upon risk assessed priorities.
Produce monthly progress report for relevant Revex spend showing actual spend, commitment and status vs. approved budgets.
Share and implement industry engineering best practice and changes in statutory engineering requirements including NEDeRS (National Equipment Defect Reporting Scheme)
Provide technical advice and project support for the terminals.
Provide technical advice and support to Terminal Managers and Maintenance teams on all aspects of EC&I engineering matters.
To act as the Technical Engineering Authority, giving assurance to S&OR Engineering Authority that relevant ETP’s / STP’s have been complied with.
Accountable for the Alarm Response manual standard and verification of application and coordination of continuous improvement requirement by Terminal operations.
Accountable for the Electrical Rule book and SPA for live working.
Contract Manager for nationwide Electrical inspection and maintenance contracts ,
Ensuring the relevant Inspection Authorities are clearly identified, approved and authorise in accordance with BP
Act as focal point for competent authority enquiries regarding EC&I and SIS technical integrity of UK terminal assets.
Liaise closely with UK HSSE team and provide technical advice when required.
Reside on the ESA Terminals Engineering Network, sharing best practice, lessons learnt, application of new technologies and the development of ESA wide Engineering strategies.
Chartered Electrical and / or Control Systems Engineer with the appropriate professional organisation.
Essential experience and job requirements
Experienced EC&I Engineer in the Oil & Gas or Chemical industry
Experience and knowledge of Electrical distribution systems, control systems, ATEX and SIS.
Functional Competencies :
OMS : Skilful
Working with Contractors (OMS 2.5) : Skilful
Risk Assessment and Management (OMS 3.1) : Basic
Process Safety (OMS 3.3) : Skilful
Environment (OMS 3.6) : Basic
Procedures and Practices (OMS 4.1) : Skilful
Management of Change (OMS 4.2) : Skilful
Incident Management and Investigation (OMS 4.4) : Basic
Control of Work (OMS 4.5) : Basic
Crisis and Continuity Management (OMS 4.6) : Basic
Asset Operation (OMS 5.3) : Skilful
Inspection and Maintenance (OMS 5.4) : Mastery
Regulatory Compliance (OMS 7.1) : Skilful