NOTE: We can only respond to applicants whose current experience, industry and qualifications match the requirements of our principals/employers.
As the successful candidate you must hold a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or metallurgical Engineering from a recognized and approved program.
You should have a minimum of 10 years of inspection experience, including at least 7 years performing In-Service Inspection in a Refinery.
You must have certification in a minimum of 3 API certificates, 510, 570, 653 is preferred.
One International Welding certificate such as AWS, CSWIP or CWB is a requirement.
A Coating certificate such as CSWIP, NACE of SSPC is also required.
Relevant inspection certifications such as RT, UTSW, MT, PT, ET, IR, TOFD, PA, VT Level II are considered a plus.
Perform external Inspections for in-service equipment such as Shell and Tube Exchangers, Drums, Columns, Piping and Tanks.
Perform internal Inspections for Pressure Vessels, Storage Tanks, and Exchangers during T&I.
Record the results in inspection reports, pre and post testing and inspection (T&I) reports, worksheets in SAIF/SAP.
Review NDT reports.
Inspect fabrication work including welding and coatings.
Communicate defective conditions to the proponent.
Monitor/Review NDT results to determine defects and issue recommendations for repair or replacement as required.
Participate in RCA and other technical discussions
Maintain and update static equipment/piping records and historical data.
Verify and approve repair activities on static equipment and piping.
Perform annual surveys and other field Inspections as per corporate program.
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