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Summary: To review the facility-wide Material & Corrosion Monitoring Program and evaluate the effectiveness in a consistent manner and accept responsibility to make necessary risk mitigation recommendations aimed at Safe, Optimized and Uninterrupted Operation of the Facility Equipment and piping. Shall be fully competent and experienced in the Material and Corrosion Applications in the Energy Sector with a proven track record. Responsibilities: - Reports to Section Head - Engineering Inspection on facility-wide Material& Corrosion Monitoring Program effectiveness and necessary risk mitigation recommendations aimed at Safe. Optimized and Uninterrupted Operation of the Facility. Attend OME Team Meetings to discuss major issues. - Recommends optimized (Risk-based) Corrosion Monitoring Strategies utilizing Various Types of Corrosion Probes and NDT Methods. Analyzes the data gathered and establish Corrosion Rates and Remaining Life of equipment and piping. Recommends Corrosion Control Strategies and Risk Mitigation Actions to Recognized High Corrosion Areas. Liaise with Process Engineers, Design Engineers, Operations Personnel, and Company Chemical Treatment Vendors and collectively Investigate failures and recognize Material Corrosion & Degradation Problems (Bad Actors). Defines and set up operating Plant Integrity Window (PIW) for Corrosion Loops in concurrence with Process Engineering and Operations Specialists. - Lead Risk-based Inspection Teams and execute the RBI Evaluations on selected process units and facilities. - Conduct Failure Analysis (RCA) on Material and System Failures starting from metallurgical sampling, specimen preparation, microstructure Interpretation. Publishes Investigation Reports, Technical Procedures, and makes presentations to the management on high risk failures. - Reviews, approves and monitors new and existing Cathodic Protection Systems, including Impressed Current and Sacrificial Methods and recommends necessary Current Adjustments and Anode Renewal programs. - Review and assess the effectiveness of Inspection Programs executed and initiate necessary revisions or alternative plans to reach the desired integrity goals without compromising the safety of the plant and quality of inspection. - Implement Cost Saving activities as per Section's cost saving plan and managing the Sectional Operation cost with due diligent - Ensure assigned Section's Engineering tasks and related activities meet corporate safety and environmental policy and standards in order to minimize risk of industrial injuries and un-wanted incidents - Conduct performance reviews of subordinates and liaise with Human Resources to finalize staff development program and training needs to further enhance individual potential and contribution to the overall company's performance - Execute Improvements need on the Manufacturing facilities for more safety and competitive plants through trouble shooting, Engineering Work Request, CAPEX and other means, under the assigned unit - Carry-out any specific assigned tasks by the company/ department on timely and effective manner and achieve the required results with best efforts and team work spirits.
Minimum Requirements: Education/Experience: - Bachelor of Engineering Degree (4-year program) in Mechanical / Chemical / Metallurgy or Corrosion Engineering from a reputable university. - Preferably academic/research experience at Masters or higher level in Materials and Corrosion related subjects. - At least 20 years of professional experience in operational Refineries or Petrochemical plants with a minimum of 8 years in technical supervisory or research positions in the field of Material & Corrosion Management, Failure Investigations and Risk-based Inspections Specific Knowledge & Business Understanding - A quality professional to hold a high level technical specialist portfolio in the company. - Exposure to Leading Industry Cultures is mandatory. - Must be familiar with industry best practices from leading Petrochemical Inspection Schools with emphasis to Downstream Operations Experience. - Technical Papers submitted to local, regional or global forums, Professional Memberships or Experience in Working Committees (Ex: NACE, API, ASME) are preferred. - Committed and willing mentor to Inspection Engineers and Inspectors in Material Selection, Corrosion Control, Corrosion Monitoring, Failure Analysis and Risk-based Assessments. Competent and confident with API 580/581 Standards and basic RBI Principles, Thorough with Degradation Mechanisms including API 572, Experience with Corrosion Looping, Risk-assessments based work selection and Risk Mitigation Recommendations. Thorough with applicable industry codes, standards and best practices. Preferred Certification: Engineering Charters or Corporate Memberships (C.Eng., PE, P. Eng.) NACE Corrosion & CP Related Certifications, NACE Memberships, Networking and Technical Papers are advantages. Familiarity with common Industry Chemical Treatment Practices and basis. Willingness to share, Strong inter-personnel relationship, team work attitude and communication skills. Must be fluent in English. Shall possess excellent Technical Report Writing and Presentation Skills. This is mandatory requirement. Fully competent and experienced in the Material & Corrosion Applications in the Energy Sector with a proven track record. Competence and experience in integrity inspections on static Equipment, effective use of applicable Codes & Standards, optimized use of NDT, Development of Inspection Programs pertaining to Refineries & Petrochemical Plants are expected skills. Thorough awareness on Processing Operations, Manufacturing Practices, Material Selection, Material Degradation Trends and Mechanisms, effects of material heat treatments, Corrosion Calculations, are mandatory. Competencies Excellent verbal & written English language skills Analytical Skills Results Orientation Conceptual Skills Leadership Skills Computer Skills Communication Skills
Nivel minim de educatie necesara Colegiu / studii postliceale