(Eastern Standard Time). Overview: The Process Engineering Team Lead manages the performance of the Process Engineering plant support group (4 engineers) for the entire refinery. This position manages plant support team in resolving process operating and turnaround issues, increasing organizational capability, improving reliability, profitability, and utilization, and developing process designs for project work. The Process Engineering Team Lead oversees the development and implementation of technical tools to help improve the refinery operation, such as monitoring systems, work processes, etc. The Process Engineering Team Lead provides support and stewardship of refinery Loss Prevention System (LPS) and Injury Incident Free (IIF) culture. http://abigailwilsontrust.denaliinstitute.org/2016/08/04/some-practical-concepts-for-criteria-for-interview-skillsThis position will report to the Technical Manager. interview skills training pptResponsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to: Oversees the work of the Process Engineering plant support group in resolving process operating issues, supporting business needs, and developing process designs of Refinery equipment. Sets clear expectations for each engineer. Maintains close contact with the most important field jobs and manages these jobs or their critical parts Works with customers to prioritize work Operations, Maintenance and Reliability, Business Planning, Health Environmental and Safety.
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