Maintenance Engineers

Our client requires Maintenance Engineers, BSME, 5-10 yrs experience in the petrochemical industries, have experience with design codes:  ASME Pressure Vessel Code (Sec. 1 and Sec VIII), PI 620 and 650 design codes, ASME B31.1 and B31.3 piping codes to direct and manage the site mechanical integrity program. 
This includes:  interface closely with mechanical integrity inspector and maintenance supervisor to ensure that work priorities reflect equipment criticality and equipment condition, collaborate withoperations and operations leadership to ensure that equipment inspections are conducted according to agreed-to schedules, analyze and record information from mechanical integrity inspections and analyses, investigate fixed and rotating equipment failures, determine root cause, recommend and oversee appropriate solutions to eliminate/reduce failure. 
The purpose of the positions is the basic function of the engineer – analyze and continuously improve plant equipment reliability and mechanical integrity to achieve the highest degree of equipment effectiveness at the lowest sustainable cost.  Several Openings in Kansas, Florida, Louisiana, Texas.
Location: Kansas, Florida, Louisiana & Texas
Salary: $110-$140K+
Job Code: M103