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$95,000 - $120,000
growing operating company, part of large national firm. Products include
separators, treaters, skid mounted equipment for
the oil and gas industry. Will act as lead for the project/proposal/sales
teams in completion of assigned projects.
$100,000 - $120,000
Columbus/ Zanesville, OH
Do you have supervisory/management experience in the Natural Gas Compression industry? Are you eager to be part of an exciting and rapidly growing company that places a very high level of importance on its people? If so, then we have the career for you! Join a rapidly growing operation as they expand their gas compressor operations in Southeastern Ohio. Our client offers excellent opportunity for career growth and development in the thriving Gas and Energy industry. Responsibilities Include: Multiple operational compression and production personnel with direct responsibility for the operation of compressor packages, gas process and power generation equipment, including rentals. Preventative and corrective mechanical service on gas compression and other equipment. Direct, coordinate and assist with scheduled and unscheduled equipment repairs and maintenance. Compile and communicate job specific information to technicians, other service managers, and senior management. Implement, manage and communicate performance measures required for area of responsibility. Direct, perform and/or assist in all phases of construction, start-up, operation and maintenance of equipment within gas compressor stations. Lead, train and mentor employees as required. Maintain safe operation of equipment and safety of crew as a top priority. Knowledge of and adherence to pertinent environmental policies.
Requirements and Qualifications include: 2-5 years supervisory experience in Natural Gas Compression industry. 5-10 years experience with large industrial-sized gas engines and compressors, preferably those running on natural gas. Possesses expertise of new compressor technologies and comprehensive mechanical, diagnostic and analytical skills with natural gas engines and compressors. Waukesha Engine, Caterpillar Engine, Ariel Compressor and GE Compressor certifications and experience highly preferred. Must be computer literate with MS Office proficiency. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Must have a clean driving record. Compensation includes an attractive salary commensurate with experience, bonus, medical & dental benefits, 401-K and a company vehicle. Relocation assistance is available for outstanding candidates. Our client is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Send resume to email@example.com.
$50,000 - $75,000
Columbus/ Zanesville, OH
Do you have experience as a Natural Gas Compressor Station Mechanic or Operator? Are you eager to be part of a rapidly growing, yet flexible company that places a very high level of importance on its people? If so, then we have the career for you! Join a rapidly growing operation as they expand their gas compressor operations in Southeastern Ohio, West Virginia and Eastern Pennsylvania. Our client offers excellent opportunity for career growth and development in the thriving Gas and Energy industry. Responsibilities Include: Mechanics: Perform or assist in all phases of construction, start-up, operation and maintenance of equipment within gas compressor stations. Preventative maintenance (oil, filter, belt changes, etc.), troubleshooting, repairing, and overhauling of gas compressors, engines and auxiliary equipment including valves, pumps, injectors, etc. Maintain safe operation of equipment and safety of crew as a top priority. Knowledge of and adherence to pertinent environmental policies. Operate gas compressor engines, auxiliary equipment, controls and associated facilities as required to support gas compressor stations. Monitor pertinent site conditions using standard operating and PLC based systems, maintaining constant alertness for equipment failures and pressure changes. Schedule Preventative Maintenance including lubrication, oil & filter changes, etc. Perform or assist in operation and maintenance duties including patrolling for leaks, corrosion surveys, equipment inspection, etc.
Requirements and Qualifications include:
Mechanics: 5-10 years experience with large industrial-sized gas engines and compressors, preferably those running on natural gas. Waukesha Engine, Caterpillar Engine, Ariel Compressor and GE Compressor certifications and experience highly preferred. Prior experience as a Mechanic in a Natural Gas Compressor Station Mechanic is highly preferred, but other mechanics with large engine experience will be considered including Military mechanics with similar experience. Strong mechanical aptitude and problem-solving skills. Must be computer literate with MS Office proficiency. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Must have a good driving record.
Operators: 3+ years experience as an Operator in Natural Gas Compressor Station or equivalent facility. Must be computer literate with MS Office proficiency. Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Partner Office Opening – Apply Directly to them
$95,000 - $130,000
St. Paul, MN or Corpus Christi, TX
(petroleum terminal or plant accounting)
$140,000 - $160,000 + ~35% Bonus
This position will essentially function as the "controller" for operations at Nederland and will be responsible for all revenue, expense and capital accounting for the terminal. Additionally, the role will serve as a key resource to the respective managers and the Head Of Operations Reporting to the Director of Accounting and Administration , the Manager will have a staff of 4 people including a Supervisor. The role will have responsibility for resource planning to accommodate business growth Coordinate the monthly financial close according to SXL's close schedule ensuring volume accounting and balancing is complete and accurate Responsible for the reconciliation of inventory movements for internal and external customers; Work closely with the measurement and operations teams to understand, report and communicate variances Develop accurate, complete and timely invoicing and accounting for all customers (commercial contracts) Review of commercial contracts in order to deliver appropriate monthly billing and ensure compliance and execution of all contractual terms Work cross functionally to support and resolve Customer issues on a timely basis. Additionally, provide high quality Customer service on all Customer inventory and invoices inquires Prepare monthly reporting and analysis of budget to actual revenues and expenses variances. Develop additional management analytics and financial and operational data to increase visibility and transparency of terminal results Administration of capital appropriations and budgeting for projects at the terminal Support shared Accounts Payables services located at Nederland for the processing of operating and capital expenditures for the site Working with the Head of operations, prepare operating and capital budgets, capital project AFE preparation and cost tracking Coordination of corporate and 3rd party (Customer) audits Support changes to the business to ensure the appropriate accounting and control processes are applied Special projects as needed.
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor in Accounting or Business/Finance Minimum of 10 years experience, preferably with petroleum terminal or plant accounting, either from an accounting operations or auditing perspective MBA and CPA preferred Strong computer skills and systems knowledge; SAP experience a plus Strong general ledger experience and experience implementing and executing financial controls Must be able to proactively identify financial issues and drive towards solutions Ability to interact with Management and Operations in an advisory capacity as it relates to accounting policies and processes Ability to work independently with minimal and remote supervision and influence others outside of the department Strong written and verbal communication skills Must be able to adapt well to rapidly changing priorities and responsibilities Inventory accounting experience including a working knowledge of inventory gain/loss issues Ability to interpret contract terms and apply the necessary accounting and control practices Experience in the direct management of small-sized teams. Send resume to email@example.com.
Project Cost Control Staff Engineer
$100k-$130k+ 20% Bonus + Home Purchase
This position in the Corporate Engineering Services Department will provide cost control to support capital projects throughout North America. Key roles and responsibilities include: Cost Control for large capital investments of various size and complexity Active participation in the overall cost control process. Ensure proper progress tracking and change management systems are in place and effectively functioning in construction and detailed engineering phases of projects. Provide proper variance explanation and root causes analysis of changes. Development of project cost forecast and preparation of project cost reports Assist in the development and improvement of cost controlling tools and processes. Strong analytical skills that will allow proper assessments of projects to identify potential issues. In addition, be able support development and recommend solutions via communication and support with Project Management. Perform studies and analysis Perform bid analysis for complex service contracts Perform audits of invoices Evaluate field change orders and validate contractor estimate and pricing Development and support of contracting strategy for large capital projects Will be required to work both independently and with a team in carrying out a project's cost control and forecasting efforts.
BS Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Finance, Accounting, Business Management or Mathematics and at least 12 years professional experience. Ability to work in a diverse team environment A minimum of 8 years of experience in project cost control with a working knowledge of engineering, procurement, accounting, and construction practices. Available for 25% travel to support the business. Strong Analytical skills. Excellent computer skills. Excellent quality orientation and attention to detail. Good communication skills. The Company will purchase the Candidate's existing home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. Travel-25%. Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
105000 – 125000 + 15% bonus + Home Purchase*
This position in the Corporate Engineering Services Department will provide planning and scheduling expertise to support capital projects throughout North America
Key roles and responsibilities include: Provide planning and scheduling support on multiple investments of various size and complexity from Study, Pre-FEED, FEED and design phase onward. Active participation and development of Schedule Risk Analysis and Interactive Planning sessions. Active participation in the overall planning process, development of detailed schedules for FEL, Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Commissioning phases. Track scheduled and earned physical progress, key milestone changes, identify delays, and support reporting to management. Generate predefined schedule and reporting requirements and ad hoc reports on an as needed basis. Strong analytical skills that will allow proper assessments of projects to identify potential issues. In addition, be able support development and recommend solutions via communication and support with Project Management. Perform studies and analysis on schedule durations, productivity, progress, historical data, etc. Assist in the development and improvement of planning and scheduling tools, processes, and procedures. Will be required to work both independently and with a team in carrying out a project's planning and scheduling efforts Work environment (extent of interaction with Supervisor(s) for approval, concurrence, resolution, etc.): Work with Project Manager on a daily basis for execution of project. Work with NCE/E Project Control Manager for overall planning and scheduling process alignment. Business environment (economic or technological conditions dealt with on a regular basis): Working with multiple software (P6, Microsoft Project, Acumen, Excel). Works with multiple Engineering Partners and Contractors. Internal end external relationships (nature and frequency): Frequent interaction internally (Project Manager and team, Planning and Scheduling team). Frequent external action with Engineering Partners and Contractors. Communication and Organization is key. Supervisory responsibilities (total number supervised): No direct supervision. Will be required to help mentor and guide more junior Planning and Scheduling team members.
Requires BS Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Accounting, Finance, Mathematics, or other Technical Degree with at least 7 years professional experience. In depth technical knowledge about overall project planning, schedule risk analysis, and detailed scheduling work processes for all phases of a project including FEL, detailed engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning. At least 5 years previous experience in planning and scheduling is preferred. Strong analytical skills Excellent Primavera P6 use and knowledge. Good Microsoft Project use and knowledge.Good Schedule Risk Software experience a plus (i.e. Acumen) Excellent computer skills primarily in Excel Strong quality focus with an attention to detail Strong communication, initiative, and collaborative skills Chemical plant experience a plus Ability to work in a diverse team environment
*The Company will purchase the Candidate's existing home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. Travel-25%. Send resume to email@example.com.
$120,000 - $140,000
Global manufacturer of oilfield pumping equipment has an opening in their Tulsa facility for an Engineering Manager. This will be a "working manager's" role with both engineers and designers as direct reports. MUST HAVE experience with API centrifugal, positive displacement and / or ANSI pumps and EPC specifications. Will be working with API bearing frames, seal chambers, pump skids, and mechanical seals. Will be designing project packages that have booster pumps, filters, valves, and sensor controls. Requires Engineering degree and minimum 5 years Supervisory or Management experience. Send resume to Kathleen Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org.
$125k-$135k+ Relo + Home Purchase
This position is responsible for overseeing the management of engineering disciplines whose mission is to provide the engineering and design of new chemical plants, infrastructure facilities, general plant design engineering support and major expansion of existing plants. The position is functionally responsible for the efforts performed by the outside engineering firms. This include but not limited to : In partnership with the Project Manager, mediates the cooperation of the engineering disciplines and prioritizes the arising tasks referring to engineering during the entire project. Coordinates, monitor and control all Engineering related activities and issues including the flow and characterization of information and data between the disciplines engineers Provide functional leadership and support to the Engineering team and to project engineers. Ensure appropriate information exchange between engineering disciplines Support of the project manager with regard to engineering issues. Ensure the implementation of the company group directive safety, health and environment protection in the design of the plant Generate and maintain ownership of all major engineering documents for technical process design and plant design as well as definition and coordination of battery limits.
Requirements: BS Degree Chemical, mechanical, Civil/Structural Engineering Masters degree is highly preferable. 15 years or more of project engineering experience. 5 years of experience in supervisory or project leadership roles At least 3 years of experience at the senior level in the Chemical/Petrochemical Industry. Professional Engineer License preferred. Detailed knowledge of Global Capital practices and Global contractor work processes Strong detailed knowledge of company's products and processes is desired. Ability to work on multiple projects and tasks at one time Self-starter, excellent communication skills, organization, coordination, and leadership skills. Demonstrate good leadership/collaboration skills Demonstrate good team leadership and coaching skills Demonstrate good analytical thinking, customer focus. US Citizens or Perm Residents only.
This position allows you to provide the following functions: Perform highly complex and diverse assignments utilizing an in-depth and broad knowledge of involved scientific theory and principals, practices and/or precedents. In depth knowledge of the company's Corporation's products and processes Utilizes constructive thinking to define and analyze a variety of problems and alternatives for solutions May represent company to business unit or to oversee counterparts. Manages engineering function for a small to medium group of in house or contractor engineers The Company will purchase the Candidate's existing home in a relocation package if the home does not sell. Travel 25%. Send resume to email@example.com.
$50.00 - $85.00 per Hour
Our client is a global growing manufacturer of specialty chemicals used in industrial and consumer products. We are conducting a search to find a contract Project Manager to oversee the design and construction of a 150MM dollar plant expansion for their Delaware manufacturing site.
Reporting to the Site Manager this individual will be responsible for overseeing the successful execution of the project while ensuring that the project is under or on budget, on schedule, and that specifications are being adhered to in a safe manner. This will include: Direct multi discipline engineers in the design of the project Work closely with the Site Manager and design firm to oversee design and maintain the project schedule. Apply design knowledge in chemical plants, especially continuous process, to the process, electrical, instrumentation and controls, mechanical and structural / civil design. Analyze complex engineering problems and offer effective resolutions. Interact with design engineers, site engineers, and regulatory agencies. Provide insight, guidance, and technical review of engineering and design drawings, specifications; procurement documents, bid evaluations of equipment and systems required to support the contract. Provide insight, guidance, technical review and approval of project documents and submittals. Be a technical resource to the start-up and testing /commissioning group during startup, testing and commissioning of the plant. Manage 3rd party Engineer of Record (EOR) through the design, construction, testing and commissioning phases of the project.
Requirements: BS Chemical, Mechanical Engineering or equivalent engineering degree 10 -15 years engineering work experience in continuous chemical or petrochemical related projects. Project Management role in engineering and design of chemical process projects, with the demonstrated ability to work with cross discipline team members. Effective written and verbal presentation skills. Proven system installation, startup, testing and commissioning experience. TO APPLY Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Asset Integrity Consulting Practice Leader
annual bonus opp
The Asset Integrity Global Practice Leader is the Professional Services champion for Asset Integrity performance management solutions for this global chemical firm. The Global Practice Leader will provide leadership and direction related to an assigned work process(s) or subject matter to ensure consistency in quality of product, services and solution delivery to world-wide customers. Participate in delivery of solutions to maintain currency and proficiency in the assigned field of interest. Actively coordinate all aspects of product and delivery of the assigned work process between regional offices. The Global Practice leader will also proactively with Sales & Pre-sales, Partners, Customers, and Prospects to champion company APM Mechanical Integrity Solutions and identify new solution and industry service requirements which will translate into revenue opportunities.
Requirements: . Bachelor's Degree in Engineering. MS a plus. . 10+ years of experience dealing with Mechanical Integrity (MI)/Asset Integrity, Risk Based Inspection (RBI), and Reliability initiatives. 15+ years of experience preferred. . 10+ years of relevant experience in a manufacturing industry. . 5+ years in a Management and/or Leadership role. . 5+ years of hands-on experience with Asset Integrity software. . 5+ years of industry committee or American Petrochemical Institute (API) committee experience. . 1 API certification required. Additional API certifications and international inspection and compliance codes/jurisdictional codes preferred. Must have at least one of the following: o API 510 o API 570 o API 571 o API 580 o API 653 . Must have experience in the one or more of the industries that client serves: Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, Mining, Utilities, and Process Manufacturing industries . Must be willing to relocate to Houston, TX or Roanoke, VA. . Willingness and ability to travel domestically and internationally, up to 60% of the time. . Must have knowledge of Inspection Planning development, production processes, and project management.
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Laguna Beach, CA 92651