Do you want to work with the best and be part of a historical & strategic Energy project? If you’re thriving in a dynamic and lean organisation , enjoy working in multicultural teams and want to shape the energy landscape for decades to come, if you want to develop your technical expertise as a Mechanical Engineer, then this is the opportunity for you! TAP on our door!
The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) AG is a joint venture company established with the purpose of planning, developing, building and operating the TAP natural gas pipeline.
TAP’s shareholding is comprised of BP (20%), SNAM (20%), SOCAR (20%), Fluxys (19%), Enagás (16%) and Axpo (5%).
Construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline has been completed, Commissioning is nearing completion, and we will soon transport gas for the Southern Gas Corridor.
We are looking for our team of Lead Engineers Mechanical , to be based in Athens , Greece, and travelling for extended periods to the Asset facilities (compressor stations, pipeline onshore and offshore, block valves and PRT (Pipeline Receiving Terminal), in Greece, Albania and Italy.
The Lead Engineer - Mechanical shall be the future Principal Engineer Mechanical, responsible for the timely development and implementation of company-wide processes and procedures to optimise production, reliability and availability of plant and machinery.
He / she will be part of a team of Lead Engineers and will develop his / her expertise on one of the following technical domains :
Day to day duties include, fault-finding and rectification, specialist vendor management and optimisation of equipment maintenance and inspection routines.
Experience with Gas Compressors is required and working Knowledge of EN 12583, API 610, API 616, API 617, API 670 is preferred.
Working knowledge of the Energy Institute Guidelines for relevant topics is preferred.
Working Knowledge of key industry standards such as, API 579 / BS 7910, API 510, 570, 580 is preferred.
Working Knowledge of key industry standard such as EN1594, DNV F101, ASME B31.8, ASME B31.8S, ISO 19345.
Reporting directly to the Technical and Asset Integrity Manager, the Lead Engineer (Mechanical) is accountable for providing mechanical engineering assurance for the Company’s plant and equipment within their specific discipline(s) installed within the Compressor Stations, Pipeline Receiving Terminal and Transmission Pipeline.
He / she shall ensure the suitability and fitness for service of all relevant plant and equipment, through optimising maintenance activities over the full life cycle to enable safe and reliable operations, contributing to the operational efficiency and effectiveness of the organisation.
He / she shall engage with equipment & service providers, industry technical bodies, and engineering specialists as required, and drive continuous improvement.
The Lead Engineer (Mechanical) will be responsible for the safe company Technical Management of Change process and shall provide technical support and oversight, within his / her area of expertise.
This is a unique professional opportunity for Mechanical Engineers who want to continue developing their career as technical experts in a simulating strategic international environment, and who will travel extensively across three countries to do so!
Ideally several years of hands on / supervisory frontline engineering experience together with detailed understanding of process equipment defect evaluations and repair, in refinery / petrochemicals industries in the specification, selection, testing and handling design issues of all mechanical equipment in major high value projects.