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  • Job reference: RMS0105824

CIC Site Specialist - North Slope

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Alaska
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 16/03/2012
  • Time left:
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    (23/03/12)
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The Company:
Our client is a leading global oil and agas operating company.

The Role:
The Corrosion, Inspection, & Chemical (CIC) group provides an integrated corrosion management service to all of Company's operating facilities on the North Slope. Key features of the program are the integration of the chemical application, non-destructive examination (NDE), and corrosion monitoring programs into a coordinated whole which manages the long-term fitness for service (FFS) of equipment to the end of field operating life. The program services all of Company’s operating assets on the North Slope and delivers the following on an annual basis:

- Corrosion inhibitor program, utilizing approximately 3 million gallons of inhibitor;
- A non-destructive examination program of over 100,000 internal and external inspection piping locations;
- Inspection and non-destructive examination of over 900 state registered pressure vessels and over 300 registered storage tanks;
- Corrosion monitoring program of approximately 10,000 weight-loss coupons;
- Approximately 100 active electrical resistance (ER) probe locations;
- Issuance of and tracking recommendations for repairs, alterations and replacement of non-compliant equipment.

The CIC Group is one of the largest corrosion management organizations within Copany’s upstream segment. The company staff consists of approximately 40 engineers and specialists, and the contract supporting staff is in excess of 150 personnel during peak work loads. Overall direct operating and maintenance budget exceeds $70 million per annum with additional budgets to support repair activities.

The CIC group has a strong performance management culture and approach with the current program’s performance being reviewed on a weekly basis internally, with regular monthly and quarterly review provided externally.

The CIC Site Specialist will be based on the North Slope reporting to the Corrosion, Inspection and Chemicals - Strategy & Planning (CIC-S&P) team in Anchorage. Each position will be assigned to a facility on a rotational basis and act as the Single Point of Contact (SPOC) between Corrosion Subject Matter Experts and Operations for all corrosion, inspection and material / repair related issues.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:
The duties and responsibilities for this role are as follows:
- Act as the primary interface between CIC-S&P, Inspection Execution Team and Operations
- Define system & circuit structure from engineering drawings (P&IDs)
- Complete field verification walkdown of facility piping per the defined system and circuit categorization
- Complete field walk down of piping identified on dead leg registers for North Slope facilities
- Complete review of Level 4 & 5 RAPID items
- Assist in review, reconciliation and continuous improvement of Asset Specific Corrosion Control Plans (ASCCP)

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
To be considered for this role, applicants must have the following qualifications:
- A degree in engineering or physical science is preferred; however, 10 years experience in oil and gas operations with appropriate industry qualifications such as API, ASNT or NACE with strong record of technical engagement may be substituted.
- Attention to detail
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Proficient computer skills and familiarity with use of MS Excel and Word; ability to locate, query and interpret/analyze data from internal systems (Brio, EDDI, Atlas GIS, Scada & MIMIR)
- Ability to read and understanding engineering drawings (P&IDs, PFDs, Piping Plans, Isometric and Civil)
- Bias for action – does things before being asked to or forced to by events;
- Business insight – understands internal and external customer needs and strives to exceed their expectations;
- Partnership and team working – demonstrates shared commitment to the succ

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
In addition to the required qualifications, the successful applicant is likely to be able to demonstrate the following:
- Experience in one or more of the following areas:
- Corrosion Control and Management / Material Selection
- System & Circuit development (per API 570 standards)
- Risk Based Assessment / Inspection
- Non-Destructive Testing
- Inspection program management
- Chemical inhibition
- Corrosion monitoring
- Pipeline integrity management
- Production Chemistry
- Materials testing and failure analysis
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