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Asset Integrity Engineer (Fertilizer Industry)

Brunel

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5-7 Years
8 days ago
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About this role:
  • Develop and implement asset integrity management systems and processes.
  • Conduct risk-based inspections and assessments of equipment and infrastructure.
  • Analyze data from inspections, maintenance, and monitoring systems to identify trends and potential integrity issues.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to develop maintenance strategies and repair plans.
  • Ensure compliance with national and international standards, regulations, and best practices.
  • Provide technical support and guidance on asset integrity matters to operational and maintenance teams.
  • Manage projects related to asset integrity, including budgeting, scheduling, and contractor oversight.

What you need to bring:
  • Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Metallurgical engineering.
  • Certified API inspector (API 510/570/653)
  • Certified in RBI methodology (API 580)
  • Familiar with ASME Code for materials,ASME Sect. IX, PCC-2 etc
  • Familiar with ASME Design Code (B31.3, Section I, Section VIII, etc.)
  • Familiar with Fit for Service assessment as per API 579/ASME FFS
  • Should be able to communicate in English and should be able to write reports.
  • Should have knowledge and commitment towards safety.
    • Min of 5 years experience working in process plants (chemical or fertilizer industry).
    • Hold valid API 570/510/653 certification minimum 5 years
    • Hold valid CSWIP 3.1 certification in welding Inspection minimum 5 years
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