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 have a Bachelor degree in Engineering.
You will have a minimum of 15 years in the refinery and/or NGLF industry, specifically in mechanical inspection, with at least 10 years field experience working on plants major turnaround, field troubleshooting and inspection.
Certified in two of the following certificates (API-510, API-570, API-653).
Certified Welding Inspector CSWIP 3.1 or CWI/AWS
NACE Certified Coating Inspector Level II
Qualified NDT Examiner (VT/PT/MT/UT)
You must have a thorough knowledge of best engineering practices, solid industry codes and standards background.
Perform field troubleshooting in a daily basis or as requested.
Participate on major T&Is and emergency plant shutdowns.
Develop and review mechanical inspection procedures and best practices.
Write recommendations and reports related to mechanical inspection activities.
Develop and review pre and post-T&Is reports.
Develop and review mechanical inspection strategies.
Participate in field mechanical inspections, quarterly schedule inspections and assessments.
Review and propose NDT method and inspection procedures.
Participate in Risk Based Inspection (RBI) studies.
Participate in HAZOP Studies review.
Set KPIs and monitor deployment and performance of mechanical inspection programs at facilities.
Review performance and KPIs of mechanical inspection programs at facilities.
Issue recommendations to enhance mechanical inspection programs deployment and performance.
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