Accessibility Links

Mechanical Maintenance Engineer

  • Job type: Temp-to-Perm
  • Sector: Energy, Oil & Gas
  • Discipline:
  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Salary:
  • Job reference: 2019-15883_1578067772

Job Description

Worley are looking for a Mechanical Maintenance Engineer to join our Oil and Gas project delivery operation based in Aberdeen.

You will join our clients Operations and Maintenance Department to provide support to two FPSO assets located in the UKCS.

The role will be for a duration of circa 3-6 months and may require occasional offshore visits.

Your skills and experience will be used predominantly to undertake a critical spares review.

The preferred candidate should have a good level of offshore hands on exposure and ideally have previous experience in undertaking a spares review, review of maintenance routines, ideally specific to reciprocating compressors and associated gas compression systems.

Key Responsibilities

  • Conduct a critical spares review of all rotating equipment in the gas compression system.
  • Review and modify maintenance routines to reflect the outcome of the spares review.
  • Assist the onshore team to analyse and rectify any faults, performance or reliability issues on the gas compression system.
  • Commitment to and promotion of worley's values and ensuring the realisation of company and project health, safety, environmental, quality and ethics, systems, policies and procedures.

Role Requirements

  • Minimum Mechanical apprenticeship or equivalent training scheme plus HNC in mechanical engineering or equivalent with comprehensive experience in the role as the senior
  • Responsible mechanical person on a permanently manned producing installation. - OR: - proven record of time spent as assistant engineer (or similar) with HNC in mechanical engineering and candidate can offer an auditable track record of consistently good performance in the role.
  • Good knowledge of reciprocating gas compressors, gas compression systems and associated regulation / legislation.
  • Good knowledge of Maintenance Management systems.
  • Good knowledge of industry best maintenance practice.
  • Confident and assertive with good analytical abilities.
  • Work flexibly as part of a team and provide support and training to other team members to enhance flexible working.
  • Good communication and IT skills and a team player.
  • Must work at all times in accordance with Company policies and procedures.
  • Valid BOSIET / MIST / EBS / Offshore Medical.

Related news

How will the Forties Pipeline shutdown have an impact on resourcing and recruitment?
How will the Forties Pipeline shutdown have an impact on resourcing and recruitment?
The Forties Pipeline System (FPS) is scheduled to have aplanned 3-week shutdown in June 2020. The FPS has been crucial ...
On your marks… get set… bake!
On your marks… get set… bake!
In April the Primat team in Stockton-on-Tees turned theirhand to a spot of baking to raise funds in aid of Stand Up To&n...
What can we expect from the oil industry in 2019?
What can we expect from the oil industry in 2019?
The Oil and Gas Industry could be likened to a roller coaster over the last 5 years. As an industry, we reached record p...
Do I need a flexible Oil and Gas workforce?
Do I need a flexible Oil and Gas workforce?
Almost no other industry has undergone as much change in the past five years or so than oil and gas. Following the price...
06/11/2018
DRIP trip - they're back!
DRIP trip - they're back!
Last month, we published a blog to let you know that two of our Resourcers, Lucy Icke and Rachel Cattermole, were head...
24/05/2018
How to prepare for your next job in the Oil and Gas industry
How to prepare for your next job in the Oil and Gas industry
The past years have seen unprecedented changes within the Oil and Gas industry. One of the largest sectors in the world,...
14/05/2018
Our top team
Our top team
Last week Primat Recruitment celebrated Employee Appreciation Day with our annual employee awards. These awards stretch ...
15/03/2018
Use social media to find your next job
Use social media to find your next job
Almost everyone has a social media account of some sort and almost everyone has actively searched for a job at some poin...
25/01/2018

Latest News

How will the Forties Pipeline shutdown have an impact on resourcing and recruitment?
How will the Forties Pipeline shutdown have an impact on resourcing and recruitment?
The Forties Pipeline System (FPS) is scheduled to have aplanned 3-week shutdown in June 2020. The FPS has been crucial ...
On your marks… get set… bake!
On your marks… get set… bake!
In April the Primat team in Stockton-on-Tees turned theirhand to a spot of baking to raise funds in aid of Stand Up To&n...
What can we expect from the oil industry in 2019?
What can we expect from the oil industry in 2019?
The Oil and Gas Industry could be likened to a roller coaster over the last 5 years. As an industry, we reached record p...
Your next engineering opportunity: what's on the horizon?
Your next engineering opportunity: what's on the horizon?
It’s impossible to overstate just how important the engineering sector is to the UK’s economy. Employing 19%...
27/11/2018
Do I need a flexible Oil and Gas workforce?
Do I need a flexible Oil and Gas workforce?
Almost no other industry has undergone as much change in the past five years or so than oil and gas. Following the price...
06/11/2018
DRIP trip - they're back!
DRIP trip - they're back!
Last month, we published a blog to let you know that two of our Resourcers, Lucy Icke and Rachel Cattermole, were head...
24/05/2018
How to prepare for your next job in the Oil and Gas industry
How to prepare for your next job in the Oil and Gas industry
The past years have seen unprecedented changes within the Oil and Gas industry. One of the largest sectors in the world,...
14/05/2018
DRIP trip
DRIP trip
This month, Primat’s own Lucy Icke and Rachel Cattermole, both Resourcers in our Darlington office, will be spendi...
03/04/2018
Connect
Close
Connect with us