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Facilities Specialist - Quality Measuring Instruments

Date: Aug 29, 2019

Chevron is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies. Offering some of the most dynamic career opportunities in the industry, Chevron Australia leads the development of two of Australia’s largest natural gas facilities - the Gorgon and Wheatstone Projects - and manages world-class operations and exploration activities.


Chevron Australia has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Facilities Specialist - Quality Measuring Instruments (QMI) to join the Maintenance and Reliability team. This role will be based in Perth and will report to the Instrument & Electrical Technical Team Lead.


Key responsibilities:


  • Ensure plant technical integrity is protected by managing instrument equipment in line with safety case performance standards and design assumptions, ensuring equipment is operated within limits, equipment is maintained in line with statutory requirements and drawings and documentation are maintained and are up to date
  • Ensure reliability of instrument equipment to meet annual delivery plan commitments, ensuring review and implementation of measurement manual requirements and timely management of site mis-measurements
  • Provide technical expertise in analytical instrumentation and flow measurement systems
  • Ensure the correct preventive maintenance tasks are being completed, performance and condition monitoring programs are in place, and troubleshooting, investigation and reporting of failures are conducted
  • Ensure technical queries and improvements to plant and processes are identified through the Facilities Engineering Request Register) and implemented through the management of change process
  • Ensure efficiency of maintenance processes on instrument equipment are conducted, using reliability centred maintenance to optimise maintenance tasks
  • Maximise predictive maintenance techniques in instrument maintenance and provide input into turnaround plans to ensure efficiencies in major equipment maintenance
  • Reinforce health, environment and safety (HES) requirements in support of operational excellence in all aspects of the operations consistent with Chevron Safety Management Systems, Chevron Australia standard operating procedures, operation performance standards, functional safety management and/or approved industry safety standards and environmental practices
  • Support field HES programs including safety training, compliance reviews, root cause analysis incident investigation, emergency and oil spill response preparedness, safety meetings and process improvement initiatives
  • Commitment to health, environment and safety and Chevron best practices

Key skills and experience required:


  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering
  • Minimum of 10 years’ experience in quality measuring instruments
  • Demonstrated ability to identify and build key relationships that contribute to high-class business results
  • Demonstrated commitment to Chevron’s values of diversity and inclusion, high performance, integrity and trust, partnership and protecting people and the environment


Why join Chevron:


  • Chevron is one of the world’s leading integrated energy companies and has been present in Australia for more than 60 years
  • You will be provided a competitive package and an opportunity to contribute to two of Australia’s largest natural gas facilities
  • Chevron offers career development opportunities to all employees including onboarding, training and development, mentoring, volunteering opportunities and networking groups 
  • Chevron is proudly recognised as an employer of choice, guided by a vision of diversity, inclusion and committed to equal employment opportunity
  • Chevron supports work-life balance and offers employees access to various health and wellness programs
  • A nine-day fortnight is offered for eligible roles


We actively encourage applications form Australian Aboriginals, women, mature age applicants, candidates with disabilities and those with diverse cultural backgrounds. To be a part of our success, apply now.


Position Close Date: Thursday 26 September 2019, 3pm WST

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