Turnaround I&E Planner

KAP Project Services | Baytown, TX

Posted Date 12/04/2019

I&E Planning – MUST HAVE A minimum of 5-8 years’ worth of TURNAROUND I&E planner experience

  • Oversee as the owner’s representative
  • Experienced planning  for Electrical and Instrumentation
  • Ability to read and interpret P&ID’s, Blueprints and Drawings
  • Ability to do minor sketches and Drawings
  • Must have thorough understanding of towers, vessels, drums, and piping
  • Effectively communicates with owner & contractor personnel
  • Broad experience in maintenance and construction practices
  • Strong experience in I&E estimating experience in refining Units
  • Perform unit walk down of equipment to verify estimates
  • Estimate man hours and support equipment for crafts and laborers
  • Responsible for developing detailed plans to accomplish the scope of work for a given area or areas
  • Assemble estimates with Excel or Access and complete the estimates with material take offs

 I&E Related Duties;

  • Perform root cause failure analysis (RCFA) on equipment failures
  • Recommend corrective actions on instrumentation and electrical equipment that has failed
  • Scope corrective actions on equipment found to be deficient
  • Provide oversight for acceptance testing of hardware, and software for new DCS or PLCs installations
  • Oversee the field construction, verification of proper installation, performing loop checks and the oversight of final commissioning of instrumentation and electrical equipment associated with capital or maintenance projects
  • Suggest and develop project management and repair optimization strategies
  • Provide ownership to one or more electrical reliability programs for a specific type of equipment (i.e., distribution assets or motors) including purchasing specs, repair quality standards and reliability strategies
  • Develop risk assessments and long-term plans for critical equipment
  • Lead the development and implementation of reliability strategies for critical plant electrical equipment using Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and standards for preventative/predictive maintenance (PM/PdM)
  • Lead the development and implementation of PM programs for general purpose equipment.
  • Comply with process Safety Management and Process Hazard Analysis requirements
  • Monitor critical equipment using transformer oil analysis, thermal imaging and various other condition based monitoring tools
  • Advise and assist on-site electricians, instrument technicians, planners and supervisors on electrical and instrument repairs.
  • Provide selection and specification of new electrical and instrument equipment on capital projects, participate as a technical adviser on capital projects and turnarounds


Physical requirements;

  • Must be able to walk down jobs in the field (climb Towers, Utilize Scaffold, Lift equipment, etc.)
  • Must be able to climb Stairs, Bend around pipe racks, Inspect Blinding areas, etc. in the field
  • Must be able to scope out work orders (IE. Find equipment in field) and read and understand P&ID, Sketches and drawings

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