Lowland Marine & Offshore is looking for a Rotating Equipment Specialist
Position Summary Responsible for providing maintenance engineering technical support with the primary purpose of increasing rotating equipment reliability. Responsible for over site of preventive maintenance programs for rotating equipment such as pumps, clutches and engines.
- Provides technical assistance in resolving rotating equipment design, operation and maintenance issues.
- Ensures rotating equipment is operating within its design parameters.
- Evaluates reliability issues for rotating equipment repairs and purchases.
- Develops and reviews rotating equipment specifications and standards for reliability improvement.
- Reviews new equipment applications, including design and performance characteristics.
- Builds rotating equipment files in order to provide the most up to date information on existing, new or repaired equipment.
- Provides recommendations to achieve optimum rotating equipment performance and reliability.
- Maintains cost justifications for reliability improvement.
- Assists with designing, implementing and auditing Preventive Maintenance (PM) and Predictive Diagnostic Maintenance (PdM) Programs.
- Oversee PM06 process for equipment to ensure proper preventive maintenance is performed on schedule.
- Experience with operation and utilization of laser alignment and vibration equipment and able to interpret and make recommendations from equipment diagnostic results. (Experience with CSI 2150 alignment equipment preferred). Able to train additional personnel on use of such equipment.
- Experience with all types of alignment process: Rim and face alignment, reverse dial alignments, and laser alignment.
- Basic knowledge of diesel engines preferred (Caterpillar and Cummins). Basic knowledge on hydraulic clutches, grease and oil motors preferred.
- Able to direct a union millwright workforce to meet preventive and reactive maintenance activities.
- Should have knowledge in instrumentation to protect pumps and motors and follow manufacturer recommendations in ensuring such controls are built into HMI/PLC applications to protect equipment by alarms, shutdowns, and trend analysis of such protection parameters.