Husky Energy is one of Canada’s largest integrated energy companies. Based in Calgary, Alberta, it is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol HSE and HSE.PR.A. Husky and its more than 5,000 employees operate in Western and Atlantic Canada, the United States and the Asia Pacific Region, with Upstream and Downstream business segments.
We are currently looking for a Mechanical Engineer.
Provide technical expertise and leadership in the areas of equipment and piping design, non destructive
testing and corrosion control to maximize plant integrity, availability and safe operations. This position will
work collaboratively with all teams within the refinery and with technical services to ensure a safe and
reliable operation. The position ensures that equipment fabrication, repair and current conditions meet
industry codes, government regulations and Husky specific standards. The position will mentor junior
Engineers and designers, and ensure all designs are code compliant.
Specific Responsibilities will include:
- Design and Develop engineering work packages and procedures under API 650 and 653, ASME
- BPV, ASME B31 .1, B31 .3, Z662 and Husky PEIM Manual (ESP)
- Provide engineering support to capital and maintenance projects in the early development to ensure scope definition is correct
- Providing materials engineering expertise in the design, application, operation, inspection and
- maintenance of pressure piping and vessels, boilers, and furnaces to the refinery
- Co-ordinating and facilitating with Technical Services Corporate to conduct fitness for service
- assessments on in service pressure equipment and piping in accordance with related industry codes
- Developing and maintaining piping and mechanical equipment Engineering Specifications and standards that are site specific
- Supporting Husky’s Management of Change (MOC) policy through technical evaluation and approval of proposed material related changes to existing facilities.
- Providing leadership to ensure the elements of the Husky Operational Integrity Management
- System (HOIMS) are incorporated into new projects and utilized by existing facilities
- Mentor junior members of the group