A. Develops maintenance programs such as the Maintenance Management Program, Preventive Maintenance, organization, worker level
job structure, manpower utilization and construction equipment requirements and utilization. Appraises and prepares reports on the
effectiveness of such programs.
B. Assists the line Maintenance organizations in the implementation of approved programs by furnishing information, authoritative
interpretation, operating pilot runs, conducting training sessions and analyzing accountability and progress reports.
C. Leads a team which is responsible for field-wide planning, scheduling and under the direction of concerned Maintenance
Superintendents, the execution of all major T&Is.
D. May relieve any of the Superintendent level positions in the Maintenance Department.
Mechanical Services Shop Scheduling & Coordination Unit
When the Maintenance Engineer I is assigned within a Unit, his major role shifts from being a team leader to being the Division expert on
scheduling, planning and coordination. The Supervisor will rely on the incumbent to develop maintenance programs for preventive
maintenance, scheduling of equipment and manpower, requirements for new equipment and review technical aspects of budgets and
accountability. May receive work assignments from the Supervisor, but is expected to proceed on his own initiative to solve Division
problems as a member of the Superintendent's direct staff.
Application of Maintenance Engineer I when specializing in Digital Maintenance Engineering
Develops complete digital systems maintenance programs for assigned Division or Department including hardware and personnel
performance standards. Act as advisor to department or division head on matters related to complex digital systems. Coordinates the
activities of maintenance personnel performing digital systems repair, insuring a cohesive program of engineering and technical support.
Responsible, under the general direction of Superintendent in assigned Maintenance Division for overall planning, scheduling, evaluating and
executing maintenance activities pertaining to digital electronic systems. These systems characteristically are located in major processing
plants throughout Client, can cost over $2,000,000 each, and can directly affect oil and gas production. Typical processing plants include
NGL, wet crude handling, refinery, gas plants sea water treatment, power and crude desalting facilities. Responsible for overall maintenance
program for integrated process control systems, from in-plant hardware near controlled equipment (remote terminal units, programmable
controllers, etc.,) to complex centralized supervisory control systems such as SCADA - Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition). Using an
overview of digital systems in a maintenance area, develops complete digital systems maintenance programs and strategies, including
specialized indices to aid in maintenance evaluation.
A. Develops and coordinates the execution of digital maintenance programs as directed by his immediate supervisor. Usual supervisory
duties include directing Maint. Digital Systems Engineers III and II with some direction given to Digital Technicians.
B. Analyzes operational control environment and makes determinations as to suitability of particular types of hardware for particular
C. Using an overview of digital systems resident within a maintenance area of responsibility, develops complete digital systems maintenance
programs to insure effective use of available manpower and test equipment.
D. Develops specialized indices to aid in evaluating the maintenance being performed on digital hardware.
E. Advises line operations and maintenance supervisors on matters related to digital systems.
F. Serves as a technical consultant to subordinate Maint. Digital System Engineers on complex systems/circuit diagram and
A. B.S. in electronics engineering, physics, or related discipline.
B. 10 years of experience on digital electronics equipment, including 3 years