Description
The Loop Check Coordinator will work closely with the Engineering Lead-Instrumentation and Instrument Technicians to provide accurate status of loop checks. The Loop Check Coordinator will work closely with construction contract resources and project engineers to ensure all documentation is approved to begin loop checks. Loop Check Coordinator will drive loop check completion to support schedule.


Responsibilities
-Effectively champion and steward project safety
-Provide single point of accountability and coordination for loop check status
-Identify any issues preventing loop check completion, i.e. incomplete loop check procedure forms, field issues as reported by Instrument Technicians
-Effectively work with Instrument Technicians in scheduling loop check activities
-Communicate loop check issues with project coordinators in a timely manner to support schedule
-Ability to work with DCS engineers, project engineers, and operations representatives to complete loop folder sign off
-Ability to maintain loop check tracking spreadsheet in EXCEL
-Coordinate and lead meetings related to loop check status

Qualifications
Required:
1. Five (5) or more years instrument experience within oil refining or petrochemical environment
2. Five (5) or more years instrument experience in maintenance
3. Has clearly demonstrated strong critical problem-solving skills in team work environments
4. Strong written and oral communication skills
5. Energetic, self-starter that works well and interacts well within a team environment
6. Proficiency in Microsoft Office computer applications; Excel, Outlook, Word
7. Demonstrated interpersonal/teambuilding skills
8. Legally authorized to work in the job posting country
9. Must maintain a current valid driver's license
10. Must currently hold or be able to qualify to receive a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card. Note, information regarding TWIC qualification standards may be found at www.tsa.gov/what_we_do/layers/twic/index.shtm

Duration
Long-term Contract

Only applicants who are authorized to work in the US, without company sponsorship, on a full-time, permanent basis will be considered.