GENERAL JOB DUTIES:
General Purpose of Job The Corrosion Engineer (CorrE) will be responsible for the technical execution of a range of projects and work assignments in Deepwater’s core business area of corrosion protection and management, predominantly within the offshore oil and gas business. The CorrE will report to the Senior Corrosion Engineer. The CorrE will take technical responsibility for all work assigned and will follow Deepwater’s quality management plan for the execution of assigned projects. Depending on the nature of specific projects, the CorrE will work either independently or as part of a project team. More specifically the CorrE’s duties will include:
1. Making significant technical input into corrosion and corrosion protection projects to provide credible and practical solutions. This work varies from failure analysis, to presenting options for engineering solutions, through to fully developed corrosion protection designs.
2. Working with the Senior Corrosion Engineer and other Deepwater Managers to develop practical and cost efficient solutions, meeting customer needs, mainly but not exclusively in the general area of corrosion management and corrosion protection for subsea structures and infrastructure in the offshore oil and gas industry.
3. Undertaking tasks as instructed for the development and evaluation of innovative and concept designs, including performing tests and simulations as needed, to determine the best way to address corrosion management issues.
4. Writing clear, concise and in-depth technical reports for all of the activities described in items 1, 2 and 3 above, and doing this either as the sole contributor or as a member of a larger project team.
5. Understanding and adhering to project execution plans and schedules as imposed for the successful implementation of all project activities. 6. Self-management of work time, schedule, and all other project controls for assigned projects to meet customer and Deepwater Management requirements. 7. Adhering to HSE and quality plans in accordance with Company policies.
PREREQUISITE EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:
1. Education: Master’s degree or higher from a recognized academic body in a relevant engineering or scientific discipline. The preference is for a qualification on corrosion or materials engineering/science but other disciplines such as electrical engineering could be considered.
2. Technical Qualification: The candidate must have NACE Cathodic Protection Certification, with the minimum acceptable level being CP Technician (Level 2).
3. Experience: No prior work experience is essential but limited relevant or related work may be advantageous.
4. Communication Skills: The candidate must have an excellent command of the English language and must be able to develop high quality reports, presentations (PowerPoint), and other written material. It is also essential that the candidate must be able to make high quality oral presentations and be able to effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
1. This position is Houston based and the work is of a non-manual nature, mainly office work. Up to 30% of the year typically some travel may be required including: a. Visits to offshore facilities or vessels for work employed for construction, inspection, or survey activities. To participate in this the candidate must be able to meet the fitness requirements and participate in safety and related training prior to going offshore. The work will be of a non-manual nature but some physical agility will be required. b. Travel within the USA and internationally is likely, generally for short durations (typically in the 1-4 week range) to attend meetings, or visit fabrication and other manufacturing facilities.
Functions: Offshore cathodic protection engineering
Industries: Oil & Energy
Full benefits after 30 days
Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Corrosion Engineer" in the subject line, or call (713) 983-7117.