Process Safety Engineer

PBF Energy
Torrance, CA
PBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We are a growing organization seeking a talented Process Safety Engineer to join our team as a pivotal member here at PBF Energy. This role is located at Torrance Refining Company in Torrance, CA.

The Process Safety Engineer proactively applies engineering and problem solving skills to meet challenging safety and business objectives. The Process Safety Engineer partners with multiple levels of management and across multiple refinery departments to improve safety and environmental compliance in the design and operation of the refining facilities.
PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES Program Management Administers and stewards elements of PBF Energy's proprietary systems for operational integrity Supports and advises on State and Federal safety programs and requirements (e.g., Environmental Protection Agency, Risk Management Program, Occupational Health & Safety Administration and Process Safety Management) Analyzes site safety incident and near miss performance and provides improvement steps Process Safety Drives site improvement in the areas of Process Safety and Loss Prevention Assists the refinery with the application of new process safety technology and risk assessment tools Responds to refinery operational events and assists the site with developing risk based solutions to novel or higher risk situations Supports major capital projects in the areas of design consulting, technical quality assurance, and start-up assistance Develops and maintains technical standards and guidelines Develops and delivers training in risk assessment, process safety in design and safe operating practices for plant engineers and key operating personnel Provides technical leadership via participation/facilitation in formal technical networks and work groups JOB QUALIFICATIONS Requirements: Degree in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering required Professional experience within an operating company or a major engineering contractor or other relevant petrochemical or other heavy industry experience required Experience with safety programs required Previous experience in refining/petrochemical or manufacturing facility required Preferred Qualifications: Knowledge of design, technical support and troubleshooting for petrochemical/refining operations Knowledge of the key hazards and process safety features of typical refinery process equipment Knowledge of process safety design and engineering practices and the relevant industry standards (e.g. API, BS, EN, NFPA) Experience in the use of appropriate analysis techniques Risk assessment and mitigation Hazard and operability review Field process safety assessments Fire protection and safe operations reviews Incident investigations Safety review of new project facilities Hazardous area classification reviews Blast protection reviews Ability = to carry out dispersion modeling and flame radiation assessment. Knowledge of process hazards and safe working practices (e.g. Brittle fracture, H2S, electrostatic hazard, LPG storage, Work Permit procedures). Core Competencies & Characteristics: Possesses strong leadership skills and commitment to teamwork, especially in the areas of petrochemical process safety and risk management. Proactively and constructively pursues improvement Maintains high ethical standards, while still remaining results-focused. Demonstrates and accepts personal accountability for quality of work. Uses a measured risk approach and risk-value analysis methods in all business decisions. Sets high standards for safety, integrity, and operational excellence. Drives highly productive and mutually beneficial relationships with business partners, suppliers & peers. Continually improves functional knowledge & critical working skills. Effectively uses written and verbal communications to drive desired results. PBF Energy will only consider the candidates that meet the above requirement(s). Candidates should include their salary requirements in order to be seriously considered for this position. Thanks to all candidates for being interested in careers offered at PBF Energy. Only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Placement agencies or third-party recruiters need not respond. PBF Energy is an equal opportunity employer. This position is subject to federally mandated drug/alcohol testing.

Manager, Process Engineering

PBF Energy
Martinez, CA
PBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We have an opportunity at our Martinez Refinery in California and are seeking a talented Manger, Process Engineering to join our team as a pivotal member that would play a key role here at PBF Energy.

PBF Energy Inc. (NYSE: PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities.

We are seeking a Process Engineering Manager to join our team here at the Martinez Refinery near San Francisco, CA. The Process Engineering Manager leads a team of talented, highly skilled, and diverse Process Engineers to provide day-to-day process unit troubleshooting support, for a very complex Martinez facility, as well as technical assurance for mid-term and long-term strategic and sustainable growth.

The Process Engineering Manager is a key sponsor to mentor and develop staff through technical and professional advancement and to help the department adapt to contemporary organizational and industry changes. The successful candidate will exercise their leadership skills and technical experience to support the Martinez Refinery in achieving exceptional Process Safety, Reliability and Financial results for the enterprise.
RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:

* Lead and manage a department of up to twenty process engineers ranging in experience from Subject Matter Experts on topics like hydroprocessing, direct-fired equipment and water treatment, to recent college graduates. At Martinez, the Process Engineers are divided into two teams supervised by Lead Process Engineers.
* Actively participate in refinery strategic optimization and 'Oil Plan' development and allocate Process Engineering team resources to provide needed technical assurance with the overall goal of margin improvement, unit mass and yield balance, and unit constraint resolution.
* Give overall guidance and department accountability for Proactive Technical Monitoring (PTM) which involves operational excellence in process unit performance (Key Performance Indicators Tracking)
* Provide Technical Authority for change management (MOCs) and scope development related to turnarounds, projects, and process changes across the entire refinery
* Support day-to-day refinery process unit troubleshooting, mid-term, and long-term strategic process by providing technical oversight and allocating department resources

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

* Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering
* 15 Years of Process Engineering/Operations Support in a petroleum refinery setting
* 5 Years of Supervisory Experience

POSITION SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

* Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis.
* Candidate must have active TWIC card or be able to obtain a TWIC card. Information can be found at https://www.tsa.gov/for-industry/twic

Refinery Economist

PBF Energy
Martinez, CA
PBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We have an opportunity at our Martinez Refinery in California and are seeking a talented Refinery Economist to join our team as a pivotal member that would play a key role here at PBF Energy.

PBF Energy Inc. (NYSE: PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We are seeking a Light Ends/Distillate Coordinator to join our team here at the Martinez Refinery near San Francisco, CA.

The Refinery Economist is responsible for short-range economics of the site. These economics are used for a variety of purposes including development of the monthly Refinery Operating Plan, fine-tuning of weekly operating signals, and evaluation of feedstock and product values.

This position offers the opportunity to work in a critical decision-making capacity for Refinery Management, working across organizational boundaries to maximize profitability.

* Must have legal authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis.

* Candidate must have active TWIC card or be able to obtain a TWIC card. Information can be found at https://www.tsa.gov/for-industry/twic
* Participate in the refinery on-call duty rotation schedule for E&P for off-hours support.

Job Responsibilities Include:

* Utilize the site Linear Program (LP, currently ASPEN PIMS-AO) to develop and present the Refinery Operating Plan (ROP) monthly. This includes collecting key refinery operating limits and maintenance plans, inventory storage needs, and price premises from the commercial team and assuring the plan is widely communicated and understood for implementation.
* Utilize the site LP to generate crude Break Even Values (BEV's) and work with the commercial team to purchase a crude and feedstock diet that is feasible for site maintenance periods and maximizes profitability. Work with the Crude Scheduler to ensure the crude mix throughout the month, based on cargo quality and delivery timing, is generating the value expected and feedback to the commercial team as needed.
* Maintain the weekly economics spreadsheet and present to operations weekly. Work with the refinery scheduler to ensure monthly and weekly steers are aligned with current economics and refinery unit performance.
* Provide break-even values to commercial for product optimizations. Work with the Gasoline and Distillates/Volatiles Scheduler to help optimize and close any gaps in the production forecast to maximize site value. This could include providing economics to buy or sell finished products or components.
* Perform monthly lookback, including Loss Profit Opportunity calculation for Key Performance Indication (KPI) reporting and feedback to the model coordinator to ensure LP is tracking with current refinery operation.
* Miscellaneous hydrocarbon and economics support such as hydrocarbon planning for Turnarounds, annual downtime values for refinery units, valuation for catalyst selection and project economics.

Minimum Qualifications:

* 5+ years' experience in an oil refinery in Technical Services (i.e., Operations Support / Process Engineering) roles or 10+ years' experience in relevant operations, lab, or other supporting roles in refinery Operations

Preferred Qualifications:

* Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering or related field
* Operations Support experience in different parts of refinery operation.
* Knowledge of typical refinery process units, interunit connectivity, utility systems, and internal / external logistics (tankage alignment, shipping, intermediate product transfer options, rail operations); specific knowledge of Martinez hardware and configuration.
* Basic knowledge of operational and financial risk management as applied to contingency planning and inventory target setting.

Electrical Specialist

PBF Energy
Torrance, CA
PBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We are a growing organization seeking a talented
Electrical Specialist to join our team as a pivotal member here at PBF Energy. This role is located at Torrance Refining Company in Torrance, CA. JOB SUMMARY The Electrical Specialist provides guidance to operation on how to safely use electrical equipment and systems to operate the operation units. He or she must be familiar with refinery electrical systems, interact professionally with cross-functional teams, and be involved as a team member in issue resolution, such as inappropriateness of standard material. This position works in complete coordination with the Reliability Electrical Engineer and reports to the Electrical Reliability Supervisor. The Electrical Specialist is the hands-on technical expert in the field of electrical engineering and must be aware of the various difficult phases of projects. PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES Interacts daily with the Electrical Reliability Engineer and other members of the Reliability department to execute technical requirements Administrates the various phases of electrical jobs to be executed by craft workers and contractors Provides expertise and knowledge on electrical systems ranging from 480 V to 12,000 V Studies and executes the applied electrical engineering procedures/specifications Applies the latest procedures to overcome any drawbacks/incoherence in the execution of work and ensure a smooth workflow Recognizes and rectifies defects during troubleshooting Assists the Capital Project Management team during the various stages of preparation, scheming, enhancement, and experimenting Accompanies and oversee the work of vendors Keeps documents updated and stored properly Assists in procurement of parts and ensuring preventive maintenance scheduling and execution is completed during specified timeframes Maintains a strong working relationship with Electrical Maintenance Craft JOB QUALIFICATIONS 15 years of hands-on electrical work experience required 10+ years of refinery or related industry experience preferred Willingness to learn Ability to work under pressure and handle call outs after hours Ability to handle multiple projects/tasks at once Ability to recognize problems and work out solutions jointly with the Electrical Reliability Engineer Strong safety focus with demonstrated knowledge of code requirements, including OSHA and Process Safety Management. This description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. PBF Energy will only consider the candidates that meet the above requirement(s). Candidates should include their salary requirements in order to be seriously considered for this position. Thanks to all candidates for being interested in careers offered at PBF Energy. Only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Placement agencies or third-party recruiters need not respond. PBF Energy is an equal opportunity employer. This position is subject to federally mandated drug/alcohol testing.

Safety Supervisor

PBF Energy
Cerritos, CA
Safety SupervisorPBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF), one of the largest independent refiners in North America, has an immediate need for a talented Safety Supervisor for our Torrance Logistics Company, Cerritos location.

Oversee Western Region Logistics Site Personal Safety, Emergency Response and Security aspects while planning and making recommendations for continuous improvements. As needed, provide technical support for the PBF Logistics Organization HSE Group.
PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for Personal Safety, Emergency Response and Security Program compliance activities, including compliance reports, development/improvement of management systems, training, conducting field inspections/audits, implementation of programs, interpretation of regulations, PPE procurement, and interfacing with regulatory agencies. Participate in the development of Site management philosophy as well as support and implement management policies and practices. Mentor, train and develop professionals within the Western Region Logistics network that are responsible for conducting Safety, Emergency Response and Security duties to ensure a capable and professional workforce. Administer company policy within the department and facilities. Ensure site administrative procedures, discipline, policies, management practices and contracts are administered consistently and fairly. Maintains uniform standards for safe work practices that are consistent with company policy and regulatory requirements. Monitors the consistent implementation of practices through the monitoring of field and facility work activities. Leads in the review and maintenance of Safe Work Practices. Responsible for the coordination, scheduling and administration of training as required by regulations, standards, company, and industry practice. Responsible for overall safety coordination of contractors associated with routine maintenance work, turnaround work, and capital project work. Conduct and support contractor site orientation and contractor site entry programs. Conduct incident investigations as required. Preferred office and work duties would be in Cerritos Office, but other TLC locations may be considered at immediate Supervisor's desertion. Maintain a professional relationship with the union hourly workforce to promote safety awareness and work to resolve issues and concerns. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: 5+ years Safety Management and Emergency Response experience is preferred. Refining, Pipeline and Safety and/or Petrochemicals experience is preferred. Bachelor's Degree in a Safety or related discipline is preferred as well as related Certifications. Experience interpreting pertinent regulations such as OSHA, Cal/OSHA, CUPA, OSPR, DOT, NFPA, MTSA, and CFATS Strong background in elements of Personal Safety, Management Systems, Emergency Response and Security regulatory requirements is preferred. NIMS Incident Command Structure and working knowledge of all command sections and responsibilities is a plus.

Senior Mechanical Reliability Engineer

PBF Energy
Torrance, CA
PBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We are a growing organization seeking a talented Senior Reliability Engineer to join our team as a pivotal member here at PBF Energy. This role is located at Torrance Refining Company in Torrance, CA.

The Senior Mechanical Reliability Engineer provides mechanical engineering support (primarily for fixed equipment) to their respective Business Team with the objectives of improving safety, environmental, reliability, profitability, and expense management.
Key deliverables include: Engineered solutions that include resolution of failure root cause meeting company and industry standards Identification and resolution of reliability improvement opportunities including bad actors, risk based work selection for large turnarounds, and leadership of reliability subteams Troubleshooting and emergency support for maintenance and operations Incident investigations that identify root causes and result in effective recommendations to prevent recurrence Documentation of all analysis and engineered changes (including updates of controlled documentation) Mentor less experienced engineers KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Maintain a vigilant focus on safety and enable others to do the same Perform engineering analysis of inspection findings (e.g. Fitness for Service, T-min) Engineer safe, reliable, cost effective solutions Conduct field visits and verifications of engineering solutions Stay abreast of and apply industry codes, company standards, best practices, and programs in engineered solutions Keep an up-to date prioritized worklist, and use it to effectively communicate status of work and commitments Provide documentation and drawing updates for equipment revisions and repairs Maintain effective lines of communication across the plant including the inspection group, maintenance, operations, process engineering, etc. Provide leadership and compliance with Management of Change guidelines Provides reliability engineering analysis including, but not limited to, RAM system modelling, Weibull, Reliability growth, etc. Provides mechanical engineering support to Capital Projects Department Utilize Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) and risk approach to support recommendations and assist organization in prioritization of work Participate in the effective planning and execution of turnarounds via participation in Risk Based Work Selection, meeting engineering milestones, and support during the downtime with timely and accurate engineering of discovery work Develop capital Project Development Requests with clear justification (as assigned) Participate in / lead incident investigations that get to the real root cause and provide relevant recommendations to prevent reoccurrence in a cost effective manner Clarify, reassess, and adjust Equipment Reliability Operating Envelopes as issues arise Mentor less experienced engineers and provide technical leadership Assist in developing engineering practices JOB QUALIFICATIONS BSME Degree with 10 years or more work experience in refining industry preferred Ability to conduct site/field visits Strong problem solving skills Strong communication skills (verbal and written) Ability to manage a large workload and changing priorities with minimal supervision Good understanding of engineering drawings Good knowledge of industry codes and company standards Working knowledge of fixed equipment design, construction, and operating principles Understanding of reliability tools, risk based decision making, and available tools and resources This description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. PBF Energy will only consider the candidates that meet the above requirement(s). Candidates should include their salary requirements in order to be seriously considered for this position. Thanks to all candidates for being interested in careers offered at PBF Energy. Only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Placement agencies or third-party recruiters need not respond. PBF Energy is an equal opportunity employer. This position is subject to federally mandated drug/alcohol testing.

Instrument/PLC Specialist

PBF Energy
Torrance, CA
PBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We are a growing organization seeking a talented
Instrument/PLC Specialist to join our team as a pivotal member here at PBF Energy. This role is located at Torrance Refining Company in Torrance, CA. JOB SUMMARY The Instrument/PLC Specialist must demonstrate the ability to configure, install, maintain, and troubleshoot components of Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs), Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs), computing hardware and software, and networking equipment within the refinery and a shop environment. The PLC specialist participates in the development and execution of various PLC systems PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES Reads and configures logic programs / codes and completes associated documentation Conducts hardware changes (e.g., PLC components, HMIs, chassis, etc.) Implements various programs and uploads developed programs Ensures accurate logic confirmation for troubleshooting purposes Maintains spare parts inventory and coordinates factory repairs and returns Maintains laptop upkeep, upgrades, and software additions critical to PLC and HMI Serves in a lead role in troubleshooting field issues associated with PLC applications Assists Instrument Technicians in troubleshooting equipment connected to PLC systems Performs HMIs Coordinates Management of Change (MOC) responsibilities for daily minor changes Serves in a support role for function testing of SIS (logic solver, troubleshooting logic, etc.) JOB QUALIFICATIONS Required Job Qualifications : Experience in the instrument field Experience performing tasks directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified with regards to PLCs and HMIs Preferred Job Qualifications : Experience configuring and maintaining various PLC systems (including Modicon, Quantum, Triplex, and Triconex brands) Proficiency in the use of computers running Microsoft Office Suite and SAP software Proficiency in use of appropriate tools and diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot, repair, replace and test instrument loops, electrical circuits, and equipment. This description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. PBF Energy will only consider the candidates that meet the above requirement(s). Candidates should include their salary requirements in order to be seriously considered for this position. Thanks to all candidates for being interested in careers offered at PBF Energy. Only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Placement agencies or third-party recruiters need not respond. PBF Energy is an equal opportunity employer. This position is subject to federally mandated drug/alcohol testing.

Instrument Technician

PBF Energy
Martinez, CA
Instrument TechnicianPBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We have an opportunity at our Martinez Refinery in California and are seeking a talented Instrument Technician to join our team as a pivotal member that would play a key role here at PBF Energy.

The Instrument Technician must demonstrate an ability to install, calibrate, maintain, and troubleshoot components of instrumentation/analyzer systems within the refinery. Instrumentation includes temperature, pressure, and level displacers/transmitters, control circuits, electronic/pneumatic control valves and actuators, programmable logic controllers. Process/environmental analyzers includes laser systems, mass spectrometry, gas analyzers measuring hydrogen, CO/CO2, H2S and combustion gases. Liquid measurement for pH, conductivity, sodium, TOC. Ability to troubleshoot and maintain distributed control systems throughout the facility. Associated equipment including process tubing, junction boxes, marshaling racks, and wiring conduit are also installed and maintained by the incumbent of this position.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES : Supports the site's Loss Prevention System by conducting loss prevention observations on peers, identifying and reporting near losses to supervision, and participating in loss investigations as necessary Complies with all site policies and procedures Installs, maintains, and troubleshoots various types of instruments and analyzers contained within indication, control, and process safety systems and ensures the installation adheres to national codes and site standards Coordinates with supervision to identify, order, and install replacements for defective parts Interfaces with the Engineering Department to identify opportunities to upgrade instrumentation to improve reliability via the Management of Change process Performs offline and online preventative maintenance procedures and produces maintenance records, including new work requests when deficiencies or improvements are identified Monitors the performance of installed instrumentation equipment for hazards, adjustments, or replacements Participates in testing of safety systems (SIF/IPF) program to verify integrity of devices identified by the program Operates handheld test equipment (including multi-meters, pressure calibrators, smart communicators, thermocouple/RTD simulators, dead weight testers, meggers, etc.) Research documentation from various sources for proper values to check calibration, makes necessary adjustments, and documents all values and changes Interprets blueprints, loop drawings, and electrical schematics. Redline necessary updates & changes and works with engineering to implement these changes Mounts instruments and valves into position and completes circuits and tubing according to diagram specifications Network interfacing of instruments/analyzers utilizing communication software with laptop computer Identifies and uses a variety of hand and power tools in a safe manner Operates refinery vehicles (including power lift equipment, man lifts, trucks and scooters) Performs job tasks outside under varying weather conditions which may include ladder and stair climbing Communicates effectively at a technical level with Supervision and Operations personnel Participate in computer based and face to face training program and complete required training Ability to respond to issues during off-shift hours through callout system Daily activities include climbing structures to access instrumentation/analyzers QUALIFICATIONS: Education/experience as a journeyman in the instrument/electrical trade that has performed tasks directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified Ability to install and maintain instruments/analyzers Ability to safely operate a variety of electronic, pneumatic, and testing instruments. Must possess a TWIC card Able to lift to 50lbs Valid driver's license PREFERRED JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Possesses Level II electrical safety training, including knowledge of the construction and repair of electrical systems that includes 480, 2300, 4160, and 13.8KV Programs and maintains various PLC and distributed control systems Demonstrates a knowledge of vibration monitoring systems and process analyzers (including chromatography, spectrometry, and electrochemistry) Demonstrates a proficiency in use of appropriate tools and diagnostic equipment to troubleshoot, repair, replace and test instrument loops, electrical circuits, and equipment. Demonstrates a proficiency in the use of computers running Microsoft Office Suite and SAP software 4+ years of Instrument Journeyman level experience preferred. This is an hourly Union position, IBEW. Relocation assistance is not available for this position. Testing will occur on-site at the facility in Martinez, CA.

Machinery Engineer

PBF Energy
Torrance, CA
PBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We are a growing organization seeking a talented
Machinery Engineer to join our team as a pivotal member here at PBF Energy. This role is located at Torrance Refining Company in Torrance, CA. JOB SUMMARY The Machinery Engineer delivers world-class reliability for all plant Rotating Equipment. They are the primary resource for ensuring excellence in Rotating Equipment Design, Maintenance, and Operation. PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES Performs all duties with the highest regard for Personnel and Process Safety. Provides prompt support for emerging Operational issues for Rotating Equipment within specified process units. Engages in field walks and daily interaction with Operations Business Teams to ensure full awareness of equipment status. Provides regular technical oversight, guidance, and recommendations for Rotating Equipment repairs and maintenance activities, including shop overhauls, field maintenance, auxiliary systems, etc. Develops cost-effective and business justified equipment design upgrade packages targeting safety and reliability improvements for Rotating Equipment. This includes ownership of Equipment Bad Actor improvements, and stewardship of Bad Actor tracking for specified process units. Utilizes the MOC process to verify and document all changes to Rotating Equipment and related systems. Performs regular reviews of Rotating Equipment Health Monitoring data, including vibration and process variables, and makes recommendations based on these reviews. Performs first pass analysis on abnormal and alarm level equipment vibration. Acts as Reliability Lead during critical equipment Start-Up and Shutdown activities. Interfaces efficiently and effectively with other Equipment Engineering disciplines as needed to support Rotating Equipment reliability. Develops Major Machinery Turnaround work scopes and improvement items and works closely with the Rotating Equipment and Turnaround Planners to ensure flawless Major Overhauls of Critical Equipment. Acts as Deck Engineer for Turnaround events. Develops and tracks Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for Rotating Equipment classes. Develops and executes Rotating Equipment quality assurance and quality control activities and documentation. JOB QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor's Degree in Engineering required. A minimum of 5+ years' experience supporting equipment reliability in a refinery or industrial manufacturing plant environment required. Experience with Rotating Equipment required. Able and willing to work in Refinery environment, including but not limited to high noise, high temperature equipment, climbing, lifting, and wearing all requisite PPE. Able and willing to work extended hours, including nights, weekends, and holidays when required and requested. Willing to be on-call for off-shift coverage on a scheduled basis This description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. PBF Energy will only consider the candidates that meet the above requirement(s). Candidates should include their salary requirements in order to be seriously considered for this position. Thanks to all candidates for being interested in careers offered at PBF Energy. Only the candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. Placement agencies or third-party recruiters need not respond. PBF Energy is an equal opportunity employer. This position is subject to federally mandated drug/alcohol testing.

Electrician

PBF Energy
Martinez, CA
ElectricianPBF Energy Inc. (NYSE:PBF) is one of the largest independent refiners in North America, operating, through its subsidiaries, oil refineries and related facilities. We have an opportunity at our Martinez Refinery in California and are seeking a talented Electrician to join our team as a pivotal member that would play a key role here at PBF Energy.

An Electrician must demonstrate the ability to install, troubleshoot, and maintain components of all power and electrical control systems in an industrial setting. An understanding of the National Electrical Code and application of Electrical Safe Work Practices are core expectations for this position. Furthermore, an Electrician is expected to be familiar with the maintenance and installation of switch gears, power breakers, transformers, protective relays, motors, controls, conduit systems, and terminations of various types of cable.
PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES : Participates in facility safety programs, applies learnings, and influences coworkers to adhere to site policies and procedures Troubleshoots electrical components/systems and replaces defective electrical or mechanical parts Understands and utilizes Management of Change (MOC) and Control and Defeat procedures Performs mechanical procedures while documenting and maintaining accurate information Installs and maintains various types of electrical components including Safety Critical Devices and motor operated valves Installs and monitors performance of electrical equipment for hazards, adjustments, or replacement Repairs, installs, replaces, and tests electrical equipment and associated conduit and wiring systems using appropriate tools and test equipment Operates test equipment to include multi-meters, meggers, rotation testers, and high potential testers Utilizes laptop computers to download histories and parameter settings for installed equipment Research documentation, validates field settings, performs the application of calibration or adjustment, and documenting results Interprets blueprints, loop drawings, and electrical schematics Lays out, assembles, installs, tests, repairs and adjusts all types of electrical equipment, wiring, and conduit systems Troubleshoots and repairs electric motors Performs preventative maintenance on power and control systems Receives training in new and changed codes, procedures, and process related to the industrial electrical field Identifies and uses a variety of hand and power tools Operates motorized vehicles, including equipment such as forklifts, man lifts, scooters, and trucks Performs all job-related duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS: 3+ years of journeyman experience with applicable formal training directly to duties and responsibilities outlined above Electrical Safety Training including knowledge of construction and repair of electrical systems up to 13.8KV required This is an hourly Union position, IBEW. Relocation assistance is not available for this position. Testing will occur on-site at the facility in Martinez, CA.

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