Friday, July 18, 2008

Reliability Engineer at Baker Hughes


Reliability Engineer (Requisition ID: 1845) Post Date: 16 Jul 08

No Limits

Baker Hughes is a leading Oil & Gas product and services organization. We operate in 90 countries worldwide with over 35,000 employees. We create value for Oil & Gas companies by offering leading drilling, formation evaluation, completion and production products and services. As a leader in the oilfield services industry, Baker Hughes offers opportunities for qualified people who want to grow in our high performance organization. We are currently seeking a Reliability Engineer to join our INTEQ Division in Indonesia.

Reliability Engineer (Requisition ID: 1845)


*Continuously improve the down hole reliability and utilization of the Bottom Hole Assemblies.
*Process ownership and execution for field data capture (First Alert, MaPS and Advantage).
*Execute local failure review board.
*Support regional teams on local root cause analysis (RCA) programs.
*Apply local technical alerts, corrective actions, risk assessment and approval for deviation.
*Support regional application engineering with reliability risk vs. tool configuration/selection.
*Validate system performance of current field deployed system and identify potential design limitations that are likely to limit Best-In-Class service performance to the customer.

General Requirements

*Bachelor degree in Electrical & Electronics or Mechanical Engineering (preferably with 3 years working experience in relevant field).
*Excellent technical and computer skills.
*Excellent analytical and organizational skills.
*Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
*Domicile in Balikpapan.

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CLOSING DATE: 2 weeks after the advertisement.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

At Baker Hughes, there are no limits to what you can achieve.

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