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  • Job reference: RMS0138421

Inspector

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Brunei Darussalam
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 21/02/2014
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (28/02/14)
This vacancy has now expired.
The Company:
is one of the largest energy companies in Asia. It has been long-established in the oil and gas business, and operate three production fields, two offshore and one onshore, in a technically challenging environment.

The Role:
Responsible for coordinating all inspection activities within the respective CLIENT’S assets Units in maintaining asset technical integrity and reliability of facilities and equipments such as vessels, pipeline risers, offshore topside piping and onshore piping system, etc;
Creation of Inspection Reference Plans as per the agreed inspection plan;
Assistance in maintaining CLIENT’S asset Unit Technical Integrity on the oil and gas production facilities;
Analysis of inspection data and mapping out areas of deterioration on CLIENT’S assets;
Utilisation of inspection data from the project to focus on critical areas for future inspection;
Usage of trends observed and future projections to decide on vulnerable equipment/processes that needs more regular monitoring;
Realistically generate a periodic re-inspection programme with the frequency of return inspections governed by the trends observed;
Continuously monitoring the inspection effort and actively pursue improvements in efficiency and cost effectiveness;
Carry out 'fitness for purpose' analysis and make recommendations with regard to extend of repairs;
Liaise with relevant CLIENT’S Technical Authorities where necessary for endorsement of assessments and repair recommendations/procedures;
Updating the procedures for analysis of Inspection anomalies including a thorough design review to determine system design parameters and justification for repair;
Engage CLIENT’S Corrosion Engineer in Risk Based Inspection (S-RBI) and inspection work pack preparation;
Review internal corrosion data and rates and formulate an adhoc - flow line monitoring frequency to safeguard piping and vessel integrity;
Provide input on integrity status/issues to project group as and when required;
Provides hands on training to CLIENT’S graduate field engineers periodically assigned under the Plant inspector/inspection engineer training and development programme;
Verify both on the inspection work-pack prepared by the contractor and also conduct site verification on work pack prior to execution, during and after the execution of the inspection work.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in Materials & Corrosion or Mechanical Engineering or equivalent degree/related qualification and discipline;
Preferably Member of any Institute and Materials society and other approved or accredited professional bodies.
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