Condition Monitoring Engineers – Aberdeen – £28k 35k basic – £50k+ with offshore payments
To operate/develop and manage a Condition Monitoring programme for one or more clients, both onshore and offshore, applying various Condition Monitoring techniques.
Lube Oil Analysis
Client Project Management
Condition Monitoring Engineers must have:
An understanding of CM and the role it has in Condition Based Maintenance (CBM).
Direct ‘hands on’ experience in the set up and operation of a condition monitoring programme, involving the use of hand held vibration data collectors and analysis software as well as lubricant analysis and collection of quality samples. Should have the ability to review/analyse all relevant data and provide information/report to client on overall machinery/system condition/integrity.
Good knowledge of the operation and maintenance of rotating machinery. This may include gas and steam turbines, centrifugal pumps and compressors, reciprocating and screw compressors, induction motors, generators, fans, diesel engines, gearboxes, cranes etc. Sound knowledge of the component parts of such machinery e.g. bearings (journal/rolling element), seals, impellers, turbine compressors (gas generators), power turbines, lube oil systems, coolers, ancillary equipment (seal oil/lube oil pumps) etc
You must be willing to relocate to Aberdeen, full financial relocation assistance provided.