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Come be part of the Operations Technical Department of Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited with more than 50 years of presence in Nigeria and a workforce of over 1000 employees. Our offices are in Lagos, Akwa Ibom, Rivers and Abuja, FCT.

Job Position: Asset Integrity Engineer

Job Location: Lagos, Nigeria

Job Description

  1. Responsible for integrity management for assigned assets (focus on corrosion prevention, inspection, monitoring, control and high-level structural engineering evaluations).
  2. Engage Operations and provide integrity surveillance and management support. Primary equipment includes piping, pressure vessels, structures, foundations and subsea.
  3. In addition to technical ability, the individual should demonstrate sound communication, facilitation, and interpersonal skills.

Job Responsibilities

  1. Develop and implement integrity activities that include inspection and corrosion monitoring and control on assigned operating facilities to ensure that these facilities are safe for operation and prevent premature failure.
  2. Conduct pro-active corrosion engineering surveillance activities. Routine surveillance of field integrity performance (internal & external corrosion) for piping, pressure vessels, structures, pipeline & marine equipment, and identify opportunities to enhance existing facilities.
  3. Analyze inspection results and conduct fitness for service assessment to ensure integrity of the equipment e.g. piping, vessels, pipeline, and risers. Ensure own recommendations for remedial actions are technically sound and cost effective. Ensure that all recommendations are followed through to completion.
  4. Integrate information between corrosion monitoring, prevention, detection to identify and assess potential threats
  5. Develop prioritized seriatim listing of integrity issues for both shutdown and non-shutdown related deficiencies for effective work planning
  6. Provide support on implementation of Facility Integrity Management System (FIMS) relating to equipment inspections and corrosion management. Work with program owners to develop annual inspection plans for assigned assets; develop KPIs and monitor implementation. Develop and share periodic reports on asset integrity status with asset level team.
  7. Perform other corrosion engineering functions, such as failure analyses, materials engineering and metallurgy studies, integrity chemical optimization, cathodic protection engineering and corrosion protection coating evaluations. Able to lead or participate in Root Cause Failure Analysis as required
  8. Provide technical advice to other MPN functional groups on materials engineering, inspection, failure analysis, welding and non-destructive testing
  9. Evaluate changes proposed by the operations team and perform associated Management of Change to manage any associated risk appropriately. Ensure risk prioritization and execution of identified mechanical integrity deficiencies.
  10. Monitor regulatory compliance issues related to riser, pipeline and pressure vessel inspections for asset
  11. Work independently on a wide range of facilities issues, including ability to research relevant technology and previous experience of others and apply these to problem solving
  12. Ensures timely recognition, screening and communication of SHE risk and Reliability threats associated with equipment integrity i.e. piping vessels, pipeline, risers. Able to lead or participate in risk assessments as required.
  13. Develop and coordinate implementation of integrated risk based and cost effective integrity management or repair solutions
  14. Provide periodic updates to asset management on overall asset integrity status and stewardship
  15. Provide first line support for structural integrity assessments (member structural capacity evaluations for increased loading, structural modifications, etc.) and provide support for advanced level assessments where
  16. Work with all other integrity sub teams – corrosion prevention, inspections, coatings/repairs to come up integrated solutions to mitigate corrosion issues

Job Requirements

  1. Closely related professional experience
  2. Bachelor’s degree in Engineering within discipline or equivalent professional experience
  3. Broad knowledge of discipline design standards, specifications, codes, and appropriate safety criteria
  4. Ability to appropriate engineering software.
  5. Ability to adapt to tight deadlines, heavy workloads, and frequent changes in priorities
  6. Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of software programs
  7. Read, write, and speak fluent English, especially as it applies to technical and business communications

Other Requirements

  1. The candidate should be an engineer with a minimum of five years’ experience supporting asset integrity management for producing facilities in the oil and gas industry.
  2. The preference is for engineers with a minimum of bachelor’s degree in chemical, mechanical, civil, structural, corrosion or metallurgical and materials engineering.
  3. Additional certification to any NACE, API, ASNT or other similar corrosion and inspection societies is an added advantage

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
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