Focal point for all integrity matters related to structures and marine systems throughout the Clients offshore and onshore operations. Responsible Person for "Offshore Structures" and "Onshore Structures" Safety Critical Elements.
Key Result Areas (Key Accountabilities)
- Improve, update and maintain the Structural Integrity Management System (SIMS) and the Marine Integrity Management System (MIMS), including policies, strategies and supporting documents.
- Act as the Responsible Person for the safety critical elements related to structures and marine systems. Support Operations, Maintenance, Projects and Engineering groups with technical reviews.
- Assume control of all relevant structural and marine system integrity information and records within the discipline database. Ensure that all structures and marine equipment integrity data are captured and managed effectively to support an integrity assurance database, and the Computerised
- Maintenance Management System (CMMS), namely Oracle EAM.
- Compile and manage yearly, 5-yearly work programme and budget for implementation of the SIMS and MIMS.
- Maintain and update structures and marine system components risk rankings based on Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) assessments where applicable. Review and optimise time based strategies, in consultation with the Asset Integrity
- Manager and the Field Manager.
- Compile "Written Schemes of Examination" for structures and marine systems inspections and issue to inspection contractor(s).
- Manage inspection contractors and act as the Company's Single Point of
- Contact (SPOC) for areas related to inspection of structures and marine systems.
- Analyse inspection results upon completion of campaigns. Identify anomalies, lead risk assessment and propose repairs and remedial works for structures and marine system, as required.
- Assist the Operations and Engineering groups by providing ongoing integrity technical support for structures and marine systems to all the DP's operating areas.
- Undertake audits to assure compliance with SIMS and MIMS. Close-out of all structures and marine systems integrity related legacy and audit actions.
- Provide reports on structures and marine systems integrity status to Senior
- Knowledge, Skills, Experience and Job Related Competencies
- Educational / Professional Qualifications:
- Degree in relevant discipline, preferably Structural/ Marine Engineering.
- Chartered Engineer preferred.
- Ideally with more than 15 years of relevant experience offshore oil and gas
- industry; however, candidates with 12+ years will be considered if they show an excellent track record in the requirements mentioned herewith.
- Hands on experience in structural and marine integrity management and engineering. Preferably has a mix of experience between engineering companies and operators.
- Broad experience in structural integrity analysis including in-place analysis, push-over analysis, utilisation of structural design and analysis software (e.g.
- Involvement in the development of risk based inspection and knowledge of advanced Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) techniques.
- Strong, practical understanding of asset integrity assurance in oil and gas industry.
- Strong knowledge and understanding of process safety, risk assessment, safety management and technical integrity management within an exploration and production (E&P) environment. Integrity assurance assessment and integrated safety case experience.
- Capable of managing large scale databases and inspection programs.
- Analytical and logical thinker. Capable of utilising and organising limited and scattered information to make rational conclusions and decisions.
- Capable of conducting own research and can come up with solutions to technical challenges based on published industry papers and reports.
- Excellent English communication skills; very good at reporting and presenting
- (verbal and written).
- Excellent in using MS Office Applications.
If you are interested or require any more information, please apply.