Field Inspection Erosion Engineer

Vacancy ID

BBBH1094914

Location

Queensland, Queensland, Australia

Job Type

Contract

Job description

Field Inspection Erosion Engineer - Contract - Queensland



Our client is looking to hire a field-based Inspection Erosion Engineer to support managing and assuring the sustainable integrity of all pressure piping and equipment at all wells in the field.

As the successful applicant you will be required to ensure all pressure piping/equipment is fit for purpose and inspection & testing activities are carried out in accordance with statutory, regulatory and company standards.

Key Accountabilities:

Support the execution of inspection and testing of pressure piping/equipment and assure full compliance with statutory and regulatory requirements.

Management of inspection activities through the company asset integrity management system including supporting the incumbent inspection contractor in configuring and loading inspection reports, reviewing findings, raising corrective and follow on work orders, processing and supporting RBI analyses as required.

Establish and maintain well piping/equipment design, maintenance and modification records.

Responsible for reviewing inspection reports and determining corrective actions required to manage erosion risks.

Interface with and assist in the management of the inspection service provider in accordance with period contract terms and conditions. Support the budget holders in managing and controlling costs while maintaining safety & integrity.

Support the cost benefit assessment and implementation of emerging technologies and techniques including but not limited to NII, PAUT, RT, Remote Visual Inspection and other NDT techniques.

Assist in the development of inspection strategies, processes, procedures, scopes and plans.

Support the field maintenance planning & scheduling activities including assisting in implementing changes to job plans, PMs and work packs in GWMS.

Act as the discipline engineer for safety critical maintenance deferrals.

Prepare reports and KPIs as required.

Support anomaly, defect and temporary repair surveillance, management and close out using the company asset integrity management system.

Interface with the projects team to assure that all new plant is fit for service at handover and has sustainable integrity including carrying out MDR reviews and walk downs as required.

Responsible for the execution of defined scopes of integrity related work which may include problem definition, program development, execution and implementation.

Carry out inspection audits & reviews.

Increase asset integrity/Inspection awareness, knowledge and capability in the workforce.

Experience Required:

ACIP / API certification.
Proven execution in-service inspection.
Experience using asset integrity management systems including Meridium.
Unconventional energy sector exposure highly desirable.
Exposure across greenfield / brownfield projects.

In order to attract the right professional to this opportunity our client is prepared to ensure an attractive contract rate and an initial eleven-month term.

Airswift is an international workforce solutions provider within the energy, process and infrastructure industries. Airswift serves as a strategic partner to our clients, offering a turnkey workforce solution to capture and deliver the top talent needed to complete successful projects by aligning with the unique needs of our clients. With over 800 employees and 6,000 contractors operating in over 50 countries, our geographical reach and pool of talent available is unmatched in the industry and the level of experience, exposure and expertise that the organisation has is unparalleled.