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  • Job reference: RMS0103718

Asset Integrity Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Rijswijk
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 11/04/2012
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (18/04/12)
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The Company:
Our client is a global group of energy and petrochemicals companies with around 93,000 employees in more than 90 countries and territories. Their innovative approach ensures they are ready to help tackle the challenges of the new energy future.

The Role:
Asset Integrity Engineer is an essential role within the Mechanical, Materials & Integrity organization.
EMMI’s mission is to provide fit for purpose solutions to the mechanical, materials, corrosion & integrity challenges faced by our Projects and Assets in the EMEA region.
MMI-EMEA is a dynamic team of ca. 75 technical staff with operations, project, lab and R&D experience across the full breadth of the mechanical static, materials, corrosion, inspection and integrity spectrum. We add significant value to projects and assets by tapping into this broad and deep experience and expertise to provide solutions and implementation support.

The Asset Integrity Engineer is someone with a background in asset integrity assessment, inspection, and risk management,
to provide services to our business partners in upstream (exploration and production), downstream (petrochemical and refining), pipeline, and gas facilities.
The person in this role is part of the Projects Asset Integrity and Inspection team within EMMI. "

The vision and goals of the delivery group (and of the individual) are:
- To be a service provider of first choice with a clear added value for Inspection, NDE, and Asset Integrity Management services. These services can include: Risk-based Inspection implementation, support and strategy development, RBI methodology and tool development, FAIR peer reviewer and/or leadership expertise, specific applied inspection technology know-how, inspection and repair methodology support, T/A challenge, support to risk-based decision-making, and asset assessment in a due diligence role.
-To work in global alignment with other regions, and disciplines, most especially the maintenance, consultancy, mechanical, and Materials and Corrosion disciplines.
To work for Shell operating companies, joint ventures and non-Shell customers as activity leader or via other activity leaders within MMI, or from operational excellence and/or project groups.
- To be part of a learning organization in which it is rewarding to work, and knowledge is shared effectively across the regions and disciplines
- To lead or participate in equipment related initiatives concerning reliability, availability, operability, integrity, technology deployment, remaining life assessments, etc.

The Asset Integrity Engineer is expected to provide:
"Risk and Reliability Analysis-includes Focussed Asset Integrity Reviews (FAIR's), including corrosion reviews and risk based inspection of upstream,
downstream and gas assets. The candidate must be familiar with risk analysis, root cause methodology, and audit processes,
and should have the competencies to peer review or lead multi-module audits, such as FAIR's."
- Inspection & Repair consultation on various inspection methods, technology gate keeping and analysis and interpretation of inspection results.
- Consultation on various repair methods, welding, and remediation.
- Project Support - provide technical support for capital projects, which will include damage mechanism analysis, materials selection and specification, non-destructive evaluation, and the set up of inspection strategy.
- Support and challenge to asset turnaround plans to assess proper risk of equipment outage and develop a FFP inspection plan as a result,
- Develop improved methodologies for risk-based inspection of assets, and associated tools to support,
- Develop and own best practices and engineering standards and assist site implementation globally,
- Non-destructive or on-stream inspection methodology, accuracy, application and interpretation.
Establish competency requirements / profiles for both the team and site technical support personnel. Provide training to support the competency requirements.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
University Degree (BS, MS, PhD) in Mechanical, Materials Science, Metallurgical, or Chemical Engineering, or equivalent, preferably with specialization in
inspection, or fitness for service. 15+ years experience in inspection, corrosion, metallurgy, welding, and related activities in oil and gas production, transportation or processing systems and equipment."
The Asset Integrity engineer is expected to have knowledge to skill level in at least two of the key discipline area competencies as indicated below:
- Field Inspection
- Integrity & Repair Assessments
Non Destructive Examination
Materials Corrosion Engineering
The Asset Integrity Engineer shall also have knowledge to skill level in key competencies as per below:
- Delivers Results & Champions Customer Focus
- Analyses & Solves Problems

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
o Preferable - International exposure
o Preferable Experience in both Upstream and Downstream business sectors
o Preferable - Experience in HSSE and/or quality systems management
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