Shell Senior Reliability Engineer in Norway

92349BR

Job Title:

Senior Reliability Engineer

No. of Positions:

1

Job Description:

The Senior Reliability Engineer is a member of the Production department and reports to the Production Manager. The Reliability Engineer shall work in a continuous improvement culture with the Operations and Project teams to achieve safe and reliable production.

Accountabilities:

  • Team Lead Reliability (3 direct reports) Maintenance Analysis, Condition Monitoring and SAP.

  • Compliance with Legal requirements and Shell standards.

  • Risk Reliability Maintenance Analysis

  • Analysis for minimizing Production deferment (scheduled and unscheduled)

  • Technical Authority for the discipline

  • As Discipline Lead and Technical Authority, report internally and external.

Auto req ID:

92349BR

Country of Work Location:

Norway

Company Description:

Norske Shell

Shell entered Norway in 1912 as a supplier of fuel to the fishing fleet in the northern part of the country. Since then we have been a part of everyday life of many Norwegians.

In Norway, Shell have made the impossible possible. We discovered the giant Troll field in 1979. To access these enormous resources of gas and oil, we built the largest structure ever moved by man – the Troll A platform. It still has decades left to produce natural gas for Europe, creating a huge value for Norway.

In 1993, Shell was first to produce oil north of the 62. latitude when Draugen commenced operations, opening a new petroleum province in Mid-Norway.

The Ormen Lange field again defined new standards for what is possible. We remotely operate wells 1,000 meters below the sea surface and export the gas via the Nyhamna processing plant to customers in the UK – who rely on us for more than 20% of their gas consumption.

Knarr was added to our operated portfolio when Shell combined with BG in 2016 and has exceeded expectations for production volumes and uptime.

Shell seeks to further develop our activity in Norway. We explore to find more energy on the Norwegian Continental Shelf. We share Norway’s commitment to address climate change.

A/S Norske Shell is a partner in Norway’s’ full scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) project as well as the world’s largest CCS test facility at Mongstad. We also actively chase opportunities in new energies.

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Requirements:

Experience requirements

Preferably 7-10 years of relevant experience, preferably from onshore gas plants.

  • Education requirements: Graduate Engineer (Bachelor/Master) Competence A drive for continuous improvement, including application of new technology and new ways of working. Self-driven and strong finishing capabilities. Proactive and understand assets priorities and adopt continuously.

  • Leadership and Interpersonal Skills

  • Experience coordinating teams across several geographical locations and timezones

  • A high degree of skill in written and oral communications

  • Collaborative and continuous Improvement mindset.

Work Location(s):

Stavanger

Dimensions:

Responsibilities:

  • Establish and maintain maintenance strategies, procedures and instructions and discipline documents.

  • Ensure that necessary contracts relevant for the discipline are in place and are managed.

  • Maintain and optimize maintenance program, including spare parts evaluation to ensure the long-term reliability of the facility.

  • Input to business planning and assurance plan.

  • Manage Threats and Opportunity (MTO) process to identify, prioritize and mitigate Production reliability & Integrity threats.

  • Monitors and analyze unit performance data to track unplanned losses and identify opportunities for improvement.

  • Reports to Production TSP manager

  • Facilitate improved reliability through development and implementation of strategies.