Process Analyzer Engineer

at INEOS Styrolution America LLC
Location Pasadena
Date Posted August 5, 2022
Category Trades & Services
Job Type Full Time


Job Opportunity
Process Analyzer Engineer
Multi-Site: Pasadena, TX and Texas City, TX
INEOS Styrolution America LLC

Our Company

INEOS Styrolution is a leading global styrenics supplier, with a focus on styrene monomer, polystyrene, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene standard and styrenic specialties. Offering excellent production facilities, cutting-edge R&D centers, international reach, and over 90 years' experience pioneering real change through sustainable solutions, all while makeing the circular economy for styrenics a reality.

Global leader in styrenics: No. 1 leader in styrenics with a focus on Styrene Monomer, Polystyrene, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Standard and Styrenic Specialties

Employees: 3,600 worldwide

Production sites: 20 manufacturing sites in 10 countries

Customer base: Customers in 106 countries

Sales: 4 billion EUR in 2020

Safety remains, and always will be, our number one priority in INEOS. Our US locations now require all new hires to provide one of the following as a condition of employment:

Candidates must be fully vaccinated prior to start date and show proof of Covid-19 vaccination, or
Provide validation of a religious exemption, medical exemption, or personal conscience exemption (in the State of Texas in accordance with Executive Order GA-40)

Job Overview

The analyzer engineer is responsible for the two plants' analyzer equipment and reliability. The role supports execution of long and short term capital projects, assists in planning and execution for styrene unit turnarounds, supports the electrical and analyzer functions, provides technical knowledge to mechanical and process engineering groups, and provides analyzer expertise to site management.

What you will do:

Troubleshoot analyzer issues and implement improvements to optimize analyzer run time and reliability
Provide technical expertise, training, and troubleshooting assistance to analyzer technicians
Participate in the development, budgeting, and execution of small capital projects. This will include generating formal and controlled work procedures and packages for implementation, collection and review of bids and supervising construction to ensure proper and cost effective project implementation.
Provide work packages for, supervise installation of, and prioritize and coordinate resources between projects for unit turnaround work. The work packages generated for projects will include installation, startup, and operating procedures, manuals, and technical drawings for the applicable contract and proprietary maintenance forces, ensuring proper project implementation.
Supervise and assist maintenance in identifying and correcting faults in a wide range of analyzer equipment, including: CEMS, process gas chromatographs and gas detection systems to support uninterrupted unit operation.
Provide direction and constraints on analyzer work regarding local policies and engineering practices and continually update these policies and practices based on governing standards (NEC, OSHA, API, ANSI) to ensure personnel safety and equipment longevity.
Work with automation to insure reliable and uninterrupted communication between equipment and DCS.
Oversee analyzer Preventive Maintenance program and lead long term analyzer improvement initiatives and design
Create, review and approve specifications for new analyzer installations
Identify and mitigate Bad Actors by either implementing proper maintenance techniques or replacement systems when needed

Lead and participate as needed in Process Hazard Analysis, Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA), or other risk assessments

Lead/participate in incident investigations to identify root causes and corrective recommendations to prevent reoccurrence

Support environmental improvements correcting existing deficiencies and meeting all government regulations

What you will bring:

Minimum of 5 years of experience in operations or maintenance in the refining, petrochemical, or manufacturing industries
BSME, BSEE, BSCHE, or significant experience specific to Analyzer systems (10+ years of experience preferred)
General knowledge of analyzer, instrumentation, motors, motor controls, control valves, MOV s, PLC s, and discrete relaying
Ability to read and interpret complex schematics, wiring diagrams, blueprints and microfiche

Additionally it will be helpful if you have:

Small Capital Project Management Experience
Knowledge of maintenance practices, both predictive and preventive
Contractor management and project development skills
High level of troubleshooting and problem solving skills
MS software including spreadsheets and databases (initiate and maintain)
SAP knowledge
RCA/Failure analysis
Knowledge of MOC, OSHA electrical safety requirements, NEC and applicable IEEE specifications, electrical API and ANSI standards

Behavioral characteristics that will support your success:

Self-motivatation, high sense of ownership, and comfortable working autonomously
Humble, Life-long learner who can work collaboratively with partners
Organized and dependable to manage workload or communicate appropriately
Data driven, strong communication and analytical skills
Able to build rapport with front-line workers through Sr. Management

The Location

This opportunity involves supporting two plant locations. One is located in Pasadena, Texas and the other is in Texas City, Texas. The sites are approximately 20 miles apart. Pasadena is part of the Houston metropolitan area, about 30 miles from downtown. Texas City is about 40 miles Southeast of Houston and 10 miles north of Galveston Island. Please note that relocation assistance is not available for this position.

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What we offer to you:

Competitive salaries, performance-related pay, and bonuses.
A comprehensive benefits package with low premiums including health, short term disability, and life and accidental death insurance plans
Retirement savings with company match + contributions
Fitness and tuition reimbursement
Flexible work environment
Career development and progression

We are INEOS Styrolution because:

It does not matter where you come from, who you are or how you see yourself. We have an inclusive approach that is open and transparent and welcomes talent first and foremost. At INEOS, we believe a diverse business provides the right platform for open and innovative thinking, and that s where the best ideas come from. We are an equal opportunity employer and champion diversity.

We are committed to the safety and personal well-being of all our employees
We offer a positive learning environment and support career growth
We produce materials that are necessary for our daily lives
We contribute and donate to the communities in which we operate
We are determined to deliver circular, low-carbon styrenics that are safe and sustainable

We are excited to hear from you and share more about our organization.

All the best,

The INEOS Styrolution Talent Team


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