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Job Title: Integrity Engineer

Location: Dorset


- Discretionary Bonus

- Private Medical Insurance

- Flexible Benefit Allowance

- Life Assurance

- Excellent Pension Provision

- 25 days holiday + bank holidays

- Flex Days

- Profit 'Units' Sharing Scheme

Exciting Opportunity in Integrity Management at Wytch Farm - Oil and Gas Industry

Join this dynamic Integrity department at Wytch Farm, Europe's largest onshore oilfield, as they seek a skilled professional to contribute to pressure systems engineering and pipeline integrity management. The successful candidate will play a pivotal role in maintaining the highest standards for safety and reliability, ensuring the longevity of their operations. The position involves managing both surface integrity and buried pipelines on a top-tier COMAH site.

Key Responsibilities:

- Act as a key member of the Integrity team overseeing surface integrity and buried pipelines, adhering to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations and Pipeline Safety Regulations on a top-tier COMAH site.

- Serve as a 'safety leader,' prioritizing health, safety, and environmental considerations in all planning and execution of work.

- Provide technical support to various site functions, including Operations, Wells, Drilling & Maintenance.

- Offer engineering support to the site inspection engineer and embedded inspection contractor.

- Work with Pipeline Integrity Management Systems and the PSSR written scheme of examination.

- Conduct failure investigations and root cause analyses when necessary, developing remedial scopes of work.

- Maintain an effective RBI process to ensure robust inspection strategies are in place.

- Collaborate with other discipline engineers to create and review Management of Change proposals and project specifications.

- Contribute to the annual integrity review, identifying future inspection, risk, validation, and repair scopes of work.

- Develop and execute integrity projects as required, including pipeline remediation, pressure vessel & pipework repairs, etc.

- Manage key contractors' activities, reviewing work scopes and final reports, and implementing recommendations.

Safety & Environmentally Critical Tasks:

- Pipeline defect assessment

- Fitness for service assessments

- Risk-based inspection techniques

- Metallurgy and corrosion awareness

- Failure investigation/incident investigation

- Tank inspection and management (EEMUA 159)

- Management of inline inspection of pipelines

Safety & Environmentally Critical Courses:

- Legislative compliance (PSSR/PSR/COMAH)

- Pipeline defect assessment

- Fitness for service assessment

- Corrosion mechanisms

- NDT techniques

- EMMUA 159 Tank Inspection

- Composite repairs - Selection and use

- Project Management

Key Requirements:

- Mechanical engineering degree-qualified

- CEng or working towards

- Ideally, 5-10 years' experience in the oil and gas industry or similar process-related industry.

- Diligent, hard-working, team player able to solicit help and cooperation from others.

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