Oceaneering is a global oilfield provider of engineered services and products primarily to the offshore oil and gas industry, with a focus on deepwater applications. Through the use of its applied technology expertise, Oceaneering also serves the defense and aerospace industries. Oceaneering's business offerings include remotely operated vehicles, built-to-order specialty subsea hardware, deepwater intervention and manned diving services, non-destructive testing and inspections, mobile offshore production systems, and engineering and project management.
MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB:
Design, mana Design, manage or implement as appropriate assigned asset corrosion control strategy(ies), participate in and effectively report upon associated activities and practices, and provide corrosion engineering support services to Oceaneering and/ or client companies.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES, RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Design, manage or implement as applicable corrosion control strategy(ies) covering corrosion monitoring and inspection activities including preparation and delivery of annual and periodic reports, corrosion status of systems, identification and assessment of significant trends from surveys.
Provide authoritative technical assessment and interpretation of corrosion /inspection monitoring data (using ACET® or other databases as apt) and recommend changes in corrosion criticality analyses and monitoring/inspection programmes where appropriate.
Provide corrosion expertise to and effectively interact with multi disciplinary RBI or other process groups for which the postholder has designated responsibilities
Procure and provide all relevant data to CAD/ Draughting personnel for database maintenance purposes.
Ensure that Oceaneering interfaces between functional asset areas e.g. downhole, topside, pipelines, subsea, etc., are effectively maintained with respect to corrosion monitoring and inspection activities. In particular, ensure effective interfaces are developed and maintained with chemical and other specialist contractors.
Undertake or co-ordinate failure investigations into material and corrosion issues in accordance with prescribed or approved failure investigation procedures.
Participate in and provide input to the regular review of corrosion management information such as Corrosion Control Matrices and Key Performance Indicators.
Set up and chair corrosion and integrity management review meetings and coordinate actions arising.
Provide technical leadership and authority in designated corrosion engineering disciplines.
Assist with any other appropriate duties and responsibilities as and when required, also undertake specific projects as may be instructed by management from time to time. It is expected that Senior Corrosion Engineers will participate in external professional activities including conference and committee work where it is consistent with the development and delivery of the business objectives and mission of Oceaneering IIM.
Ensure that the Safety policies and procedures are understood and adhered to as far as reasonably practicable in order to ensure a safe working environment.
Carry out all work in accordance with the Company Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Systems.
Perform all assigned tasks to the highest professional standards with due professional diligence and care in total conformance with the Integrated Management Systems and business values, ethical and moral standards of Oceaneering.
Eliminate waste of whatever form, and suggest the use of more environmentally friendly substances and practices and contribute to continuous improvement of environmental impact issues.
Be committed to and active in continuing professional learning and development.