Facilities Engineer

Houston, Texas,
Project Duration:
The Facilities Engineer position will be responsible for specification and management of project scopes related to Instrumentation and Control of onshore production facilities in the Bakken Assets
Promote Marathon’s culture of safety and environmental stewardship.
Support efforts to develop and maintain a process safety culture through Management of Change, Hazard Analysis and Project Documentation.
Work collaboratively with an inter-disciplinary team to develop I&C (Instrument and Control) scope and design for Production Facilities including: 
o Production well-pads
o Central Facilities
o Salt Water Disposal Facilities
o Other Projects
Project Management for Instrument and Control specific projects.
Ensure compliance of I&C systems with Marathon Corporate and Industry standards.
Stay abreast of industry developments within technical area of responsibility.
Work with vendors and Global Procurement to coordinate the purchase and delivery of materials and equipment.
Coordinate with the Operations and Central Engineering groups to ensure the engineering design provides for lessons learned and continuity across the organization and also meets the needs of the end users.
Assist with troubleshooting and development of technical guidance, standards and procedures related to operation of I&C systems.
Develop and evaluate proposals for new project opportunities.
Support mentoring and coaching activities by sharing knowledge throughout the organization.
Travel to various field locations as required: ~10%
Health, Environment and Safety:  Promoting HES as a major aspect of business in the Company. Leading in application of HES principles and programs.
Team Work:  Using appropriate methods and a flexible interpersonal style to help build a cohesive team; facilitating the completion of goals.
Clearly conveying information and ideas through a variety of media to individuals or groups in a manner that engages the audience and helps them to understand and retain the message. 
Technical Professional Knowledge and Skills:  Achieving a satisfactory level of technical and professional skill or knowledge in position-related areas; keeping abreast of current developments and trends in area of expertise.
Managing Priorities:  Effectively managing time and resources to ensure that work is completed efficiently.
Degree: Bachelor degree in Engineering, Instrument, Electrical or Chemical preferred
3+ years experience in instrumentation and control with 3+ years in Oil and Gas preferred
Computer Skills: MS Office Suite including MS Project, SAP and Spotfire beneficial