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TITLE: Steel Mill Mechanical Commissioning Lead
LOCATION: Pueblo. CO
**Please note that the compensation information that follows is a good faith estimate for this position only and is provided pursuant to the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act and Equal Pay Transparency Rules. The hourly rate range below is an estimate and represents the low and high end of the hourly rate for this position. Actual hourly rate will vary and may be above or below the range based on various factors as permitted by Colorado Equal Pay Transparency Rule 4.1.2. It assumes that the successful candidate will be in Colorado or perform the position from Colorado. Similar positions located outside of Colorado will not necessarily receive the same compensation. **
At t PIC Group, Inc., our emphasis is on excellence. We recruit the strongest candidates in the power generation industry. Our industry experience helps us offer unmatched service and support to our consultants. As a global service provider, we continually seek talented individuals. PIC consultants benefit from training programs and a global family of seasoned professionals united under a common goal; to go beyond the job description day.
Project Information: Client is installing a Rail Mill (“RM”) Plant. The finished rolled products will be delivered directly from the mill to the customer or sent to the Rail Mill Service Center for processing into continuously welded rails. The rail mill will be designed with a production capacity of 650,000 Short Tons per annum.
The facility will be constructed on the old reclaimed coke plant located within the existing steel mill property. The new mill will receive feedstock blooms from the existing facilities for processing into 320 and 80 ft. rail.
The new rail mill will be constructed within the foot print of the decommissioned Coal Prep, Coke Battery and By-Products facilities.
The hourly rate for this position generally ranges between $55.00 - $62.00. This position is eligible to participate in PIC’s benefits effective the first of the month following 30 days of employment. Available benefits include: 2 different medical plans, Dental, Vision, FSA’s, HSA, Life Insurance, AD&D Insurance, disability and 401K.
FUNCTIONAL JOB TITLE: Lead Mechanical Commissioning
SUMMARY OF JOB PURPOSE:
The Lead Mechanical Commissioning position is a frontline leadership position in the project commissioning organization with responsibility and accountability for Mechanical pre-commissioning and startup of rail steel mill equipment and support systems.
Principal areas of responsibility for the Lead Mechanical Commissioning are leadership for the mechanical commissioning, testing, equipment startup. Checkout and testing of supporting systems and sub-systems related to the new rail steel mill. The Lead Mechanical Commissioning is also responsible for assuring compliance with all lockout/tagout and other safety procedures from construction release and turnover through completion of the pre-commissioning and initial startup phase.
Engineering Degree/Certification (or equivalent experience)
OSHA 10 or 30 Hour Training
10 years mechanical startup experience on similar projects
Recognized Industry experience and expertise
Demonstrate the following Competencies:
Balance of Plant (BOP) Systems Design, Operating and Maintenance Principles
Pumps, Compressors, Fans, Blowers, Etc.
Process Controls Principles
Water and wastewater treatment systems
Cranes and hoists
Fire protection systems
Construction Completion Requirements
Verification Testing Requirements
Equipment preservation and maintenance of warranty
Cleanliness Criteria Requirements (Chemical Cleaning, Steam Blow, Air Blow, Lube Oil Flush, System Flushing)
Project Schedule and Cost Control
Critical path management
Vendor scheduling and management
Lockout / Tag Out
Arc Flash Hazard Requirements (NFPA 70E)
Fuel Gas Piping System Requirements (NFPA 56)
Project Schedule and Cost Controls
OTHER SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES:
•Health, Safety, Security and Environmental Stewardship
•Detailed understanding of mechanical checkout and testing procedures.
•Demonstrated successful performance as Lead Mechanical Commissioning of multiple large industrial type projects.
•Ability to perform in a fast-paced, multitasking environment
•Excellent people skills with “team focused” attitude
•Positive self-starter with ability to work well under pressure with limited supervision.
•Proficient with use of Microsoft Office Products (Access, Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook)
Specific responsibilities include leadership of team to achieve the following objectives for EPC Projects:
•Health, Safety & Environmental
•quality Assurance/Quality Control
•Project expectations for schedule and budget
•Financial performance for project-specific targets
•Project team goals, objectives and professional development
Specific duties include:
•Leadership and participation in the conducting and Area Hazard Assessments, Job Hazard Analysis, Pre-Startup Safety Reviews, Risk Identification, and Tool
•Responsible for direct interface with construction personnel coordinating construction completion in areas and systems under assignment.
•Generates and maintains records of tests and other startup related activities
•Leads team in execution of required pre-commissioning activities.
•Establishes and maintains communications to ensure accurate and timely flow of information.
•Advises commissioning management of developments that may affect project profit, costs, schedules, and client relations.
•Helps develop, reviews, and approves mechanical commissioning procedures.
•Provides input and assists in the development of system turnover packages.
•Track and report on all issues affecting Mechanical Startup and Commissioning and promptly advising commissioning management of issues that may impact achievement of project goals and objectives
•Maintain a daily diary to permanently record all significant project facts, events, conditions, visitors, owner representative contacts, commitments, agreements and approvals.
•Provides input to the project Punchlist.
•Record and maintain as-built documentation and submittals.
•Responsible for direct interface with, and providing assistance to other discipline startup professionals.
•Ensure that spare parts and consumables necessary for pre-commissioning and initial operation of the system are available.
•Request operator, craft support or vendor assistance as necessary.
•Work with commissioning management to ensure activities requiring craft support are planned, communicated, and completed.
•Provide direction to craft support.
•This position will fill assigned roles of the Commissioning Supervisor when the Commissioning Supervisor is not available or off site.
The Lead Mechanical Commissioning reports to and has accountability to the Commissioning Supervisor for implementation and delivery to meet key project objectives and performance goals.
The Lead Mechanical Commissioning functionally reports to the corporate Commissioning Sr. Project Manager. The Sr. Project Manager will provide guidance in reference to corporate processes, policies and procedures, and will provide coaching/mentoring as required to meet professional development and employee performance goals.
SUPERVISES (subject to specific project organizational needs):
The Lead Mechanical Commissioning has the responsibility for direct management of team members, as it relates to performance of project activities:
Mechanical Commissioning Professionals
Craft Support Labor
We are proud to offer competitive wages and benefits. Prior to beginning work, all applicants must be willing to submit to a drug and alcohol screen as well as a background check, inclusive of criminal. We seek out and employ talented individuals who meet the qualifications for each position. PIC Group, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Due to the large number of responses we receive to our postings, only those applicants with the required experience and qualifications will be contacted.