Duke Energy Engineer II - Reliability Engineer in Edwardsport, Indiana
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The Reliability Engineer is responsible for owning and implementing assigned sections of the Mechanical Integrity (MI) program for the Edwardsport IGCC Generating Station, located near Edwardsport, Indiana. This position will have primary responsibility for implementing and managing the station’s MI program in accordance with the requirements of OSHA and EPA Process Safety Management requirements. This position will report to the Reliability Superintendent and is located at the Edwardsport IGCC Generating Station, near Edwardsport, Indiana.
Manage project consultants, equipment inspectors, and other contracted personnel that support the MI program.
Conduct quality assurance reviews for deliverables received from vendors and contracted personnel.
Identify, facilitate, review and approval of inspection reports and corrective actions for plant equipment.
Develops and/or approves the scope and champion improvements in special reliability projects such as Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI), coded vessel inspections, pressure safety valve testing, etc.
Manages equipment MI inspection activities and inspection contractors
Performs fitness for service evaluations per API, ASME or applicable industry guidelines/standards
Prepare reports of key reliability metrics and associated analysis
Facilitates and/or participates in Failure Modes and Effects Analysis studies
Work within a team environment to provide engineering and project management support of plant equipment.
Position requires strong technical and engineering skills with the ability to maintain a focus on plant production and reliability.
The successful candidate must possess the ability to work independently with minimal direct supervision.
Successful candidate should model Environmental, Health, and Safety principles.
Performs work in a power plant and an office environment; required to observe work in all areas of generating facilities which are power plant, industrial environments operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, which includes exposures to hot and cold temperatures, noise, ash, slag, coal dust, fumes, confined spaces, and extreme heights, working around pressurized, rotating, and energized equipment.
May be required to climb ladders and stairs at various heights; enter vessels or equipment with limited access; walk, stoop, bend or squat.
Must be able to read, comprehend, inspect, calculate, count, retain and make sound decisions.
Regularly required to sit, talk, hear, use and reach with hands, arms and fingers.
Potential exposure to high stress situations and requirement to be available for emergency response upon request.
Base work hours are dayshift, 8 hours per day; 5 days per week, additional overtime will be required to support projects, plant outages and emergent problems.
- A minimum of 2 years as a practicing engineer with either a Bachelors or Master’s Degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited program.
Understanding of basic engineering theories and principles.
Understanding of basic practices of researching engineering and design issues, evaluating alternatives, making sound recommendations and preparing and presenting recommendations
Successful completion of Fundamentals of Engineering Exam or Professional Engineering License
Demonstrated ability to perform process support and field troubleshooting of equipment.
Demonstrated experience with high energy piping.
Demonstrated experience with most common NDE and NDT technologies and applications
Demonstrated familiarity with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel, API, OSHA, ASTM, NFPA and ANSI Code requirements.
Demonstrated ability and experience with large rotating equipment including but not limited to pumps, blowers, fans, and compressors.
Demonstrated ability and experience with coded vessels including heat exchangers.
Demonstrated familiarity with coal gasification and associated equipment.
Demonstrated ability to create, review and comment on equipment specifications and drawings related to the above-mentioned equipment
Demonstrated organizational/planning skills, with ability to multi-task and set work priorities to meet station goals.
Demonstrated ability to develop simple engineering solutions to complex problems, while satisfying applicable code requirements.
Demonstrated effective interpersonal skills with craft, supervision, engineering, and management personnel.
Demonstrated computer skills in Microsoft Office and other computer programs as applicable.
Proficient written and oral communications skills, including the ability to present information, facilitate meetings, and provide direction to others.
Mandatory Hearing Protection Program
Ability to satisfactorily meet the physical job requirements including walking, bending, kneeling, pushing, pulling, climbing ladders, working in hot or cold temperatures, exposure to dust, exposure to noise, and lifting up to 50 lbs.
Must pass respiratory physical, and be able to wear all required PPE (including but not limited to full- and half-face respirators and safety harness)
Work weekends, holidays, overtime and callouts as needed
Relocation Assistance Provided (as applicable)Yes
Visa Sponsored PositionNo
Posting Expiration Date
Saturday, May 26, 2018
All job postings expire at 12:01 AM on the posting expiration date.
Please note that in order to be considered for this position, you must possess all of the basic/required qualifications.
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