Condition Monitoring Engineer - VR/16300

Recruiter
Thorpe Molloy Recruitment Ltd
Location
Aberdeen
Posted
07 Dec 2018
Closes
10 Dec 2018
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Currently recruiting for an experienced Condition Monitoring Engineer on a permanent staff basis for an Oil and Gas client based in Aberdeen. The Condition Monitoring Engineer will primarily be responsible for providing condition monitoring analysis and advice to a variety of clients. The Condition Monitoring Engineer will have the following duties and responsibilities: Vibration Analysis: Analysing / interpretation of vibration data in order to diagnose machinery defects. Providing, in the form of a report, appropriate maintenance recommendations for equipment. Setting up of vibration monitoring databases. On-going database management. Reviewing and analysing data related to client specific equipment. Engaging with the engineering representative at client sites in order to close the maintenance loop following the implementation of recommended actions. Lube Oil Analysis: Being involved in the facilitation and co-ordination of oil sample collections from plant according to the defined schedule. Liaising with the Oil Analysis Laboratory. Analysing / interpretation of the lube oil / grease sample results in order to diagnose equipment defects. Providing, in the form of a report, appropriate maintenance recommendations for equipment. Ongoing database management / improvement of programme. Experience / Qualifications: A BINDT VA2 qualification is essential. An HND or Degree qualification in an Engineering discipline would be preferred. Previous and recent experience within a similar Condition Monitoring / Condition Based Maintenance Engineer type role is essential. A marine engineering background or experience is essential. Previous experience of working with vibration monitoring systems is essential. The successful candidate will be expected to have considerable knowledge of Condition Monitoring and the role it has in Condition Based Maintenance (CBM). Applicants will be expected to have direct ‘hands on’ experience in the operation of a routine vibration monitoring programme, involving the use of hand held vibration data collectors and analysis software. Applicants will be expected to have experience in the setting up and managing of a vibration monitoring programme, involving the use of hand-held vibration data collectors and analysis software. Applicants will be expected to possess knowledge of specialist techniques for detecting defects on rolling element bearings. Applicants will be expected to have experience with the different types of transducer used for vibration data collection. Experience with pump performance ultrasonic flow measurement equipment would be highly desirable. Experience with the operation and maintenance of rotating machinery would be highly desirable. The role will involve both onshore and offshore based work so applicants must be prepared to work offshore.

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