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Mechanical Engineer


Kuala Lumpur, 14, MY

Company:  ExxonMobil


Job Role Summary


1. Fired (Heat) Equipment Engineer

  • Provide engineering technical guidance on fired / heat equipment (fired heaters, boilers/HRSGs, flares, thermal oxidizers) design, operation, troubleshooting, optimization, monitoring and reliability improvements.
  • Analyze site equipment performance, respond to plant operational events, drive asset improvement in the areas of Safety, Reliability, Environmental Performance and Equipment Capability and apply emerging fired / heat equipment technology at ExxonMobil facilities.
  • Provide quality assurance of fired / heat equipment design to ExxonMobil projects and maintain in-depth knowledge of analysis tools, standards and recommended practices associated with heat exchanger equipment.


2. Machinery Engineer

  • Engineering specialist machinery engineer contact for the assigned business units and involved in the resolution of plant issues including:
  • Provide engineering expertise for Process, Maintenance and Technical as well as to the Singapore Manufacturing Complex (SCP and Refinery) which includes engineering assessment, design, plant trouble-shooting and equipment failure root cause failure analysis, long term equipment improvement initiatives and provide engineering solutions to problems in specific field.
  • Provide machinery engineering support for modifications/new installations and applications, eg. review and approve MoCs, development of engineering specifications and requirements, design appraisal, review and provide inputs for new installations, support test and commissioning.


3. Materials / Equipment Strategy / Reliability Engineer

  • Data gathering / input into the site Equipment Strategy database, Systemization, Circuitization (Piping), Degradation mechanism and failure mode identification, risk evaluation and validation.
  • To develop Equipment Strategy Development yearly plan & 5-year roadmap (for Base Equipment and Projects) and to update Equipment Strategy Updates (Post Inspection, Post Turnaround).
  • Work closely with unit PMTE engineers to drive quality and consistency across organization (Swim lane process, PESTRA 3.0, Credible Failure Mode (CFM) & recommendations) and dedicate time for identifying new CFM (EDD / PDDs).


4. Facilities Engineer

  • Interpret pressure equipment inspection reports and to consolidate information on multiple reports into a single representative assessment corrosion control program effectiveness and offer recommendations.
  • Lead the development or revision of equipment strategies and Risk-Based Inspection scheme for pressure equipment and to conduct or direct fitness‐for‐service assessments (Level 1 or Level 2 API 579) and recommend appropriate monitoring or repair.
  • Have hands-on practical experience and working knowledge in evaluating inspection reports both from visual and/or non-destructive testing (NDT) and providing fit-for-risk assessment and recommendations.
  • Familiar with API 510, API 570 and API 653 practice codes, ASME BPVC Section VIII, Division 1 and Division 2 codes, as well as the scope of applicability of ASME B31.3 and B16.5.


Expected Level of Proficiency

  • A Bachelor of Engineering or higher degree in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Preferably 2 - 10 years of practical experience in the upstream / petrochemical / chemical / refinery or a similar industry.
  • Experience with Persimmons model, HTRI or heat exchanger design and analysis will be an added advantage.
  • Passionate to be an engineer and show strong technical attributes e.g. attention to details, highly organized and good math/analytical skills.
  • Fresh graduates with strong academic and extracurricular credentials are also encouraged to apply.


Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

Thank you for your interest in ExxonMobil.

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